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Has Anyone Talked To Fiverr CS About When The Dust Will Finally Settle?


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No, I don’t do anything at all, except to do my best with the articles and impress them with my writing skills. I work hard every time and don’t take anything for granted. So even if someone doesn’t like an article, I am still relaxed because I know I have given it my best. [i should stop before someone accuses me of shameless self-promotion.LOL.] [This is one of the rare occasions when I have promoted myself. I generally promote PM Modi around here. LOL]

I’m so proud of this thread and the community in general.

Stop promoting yourself 😇

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No, it doesn’t violate ToS.

What is important is that you DO NOT send it in messages and you do not put pressure on your buyers.

Include it in the delivery and have a PS at the end of your delivery message saying something like:

PS: I have included my brochure which shows the full range of services I offer and may be of use to you.

Then leave it at that. There is no need to follow up or anything else. If the client is happy with your work then it is likely they will check it out. Remember, many buyers have had bad experiences on Fiverr and when they find someone they can trust they will want to deal with them again instead of going searching for someone else.

Remember, many buyers have had bad experiences on Fiverr and when they find someone they can trust they will want to deal with them again instead of going searching for someone else.

That’s so true! A great delivery from you should mean additional sales IF you have offerings that make sense to them. If a business purchases a logo, they are probably getting business cards and other associated items soon. Far easier to go back to an existing seller than search out someone new.


We had clients go away after a minor price increase, and show up again a month later… and now they are repeat clients again. It’s always easier dealing with people you “know”. Maybe they could find someone at the same quality for cheaper, but often that means they will go through half a dozen sellers to find another.

Assuming you’re offering high quality/value, they are highly likely to order something else from you if you give them a chance.

Also note: For repeat buyers, we throw in a bonus occasionally, extra fast delivery for free, or something else once in a while.

I also used to say every half a dozen orders:

“I appreciate your repeat business.”

Now I have refined that to:

“I appreciate YOU and your repeat business.”

I like the people, AND I like their repeat business.

I decided it makes more sense to tell them both.


Find your own method to encourage repeat sales. That’s one of the keys to a sustainable business that is not living/dying by every change they make to the rankings.

The ranking will keep changing as the business model evolves, but repeat clients allow you plenty of time to adjust if needed.

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Remember, many buyers have had bad experiences on Fiverr and when they find someone they can trust they will want to deal with them again instead of going searching for someone else.

That’s so true! A great delivery from you should mean additional sales IF you have offerings that make sense to them. If a business purchases a logo, they are probably getting business cards and other associated items soon. Far easier to go back to an existing seller than search out someone new.


We had clients go away after a minor price increase, and show up again a month later… and now they are repeat clients again. It’s always easier dealing with people you “know”. Maybe they could find someone at the same quality for cheaper, but often that means they will go through half a dozen sellers to find another.

Assuming you’re offering high quality/value, they are highly likely to order something else from you if you give them a chance.

Also note: For repeat buyers, we throw in a bonus occasionally, extra fast delivery for free, or something else once in a while.

I also used to say every half a dozen orders:

“I appreciate your repeat business.”

Now I have refined that to:

“I appreciate YOU and your repeat business.”

I like the people, AND I like their repeat business.

I decided it makes more sense to tell them both.


Find your own method to encourage repeat sales. That’s one of the keys to a sustainable business that is not living/dying by every change they make to the rankings.

The ranking will keep changing as the business model evolves, but repeat clients allow you plenty of time to adjust if needed.

The ranking will keep changing as the business model evolves,

Yeah great thing 🙂

I found many thing as out of described at fiverr! Such as fiverr described -

  1. TRS should maintain 4.7 to 5.0 rating. But I found many TRS have 4.3 - 4.5 rating only.
  2. some gigs showing featured - they have rating between 10-100 only, Level1 and there were nothing unique thing in gig.

    So Conclusion is don’t expect much to here. - Make your Plan B “i’m working on plan B as @writer99025 suggested previously”.

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