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Start out with a variety of gigs that are easy to deliver on, maybe that do not require shipping. Go slowly and make sure you are positive exactly what the customer wants with several messages before you encourage them to place an order. Once they do, complete the work immediately and deliver it, regardless of what the clock says. This way, you start to increase your repeat orders quickly, and also increase your rating. Once you have a good reputation, then you are in control. You will get those handful of loyal customers that become your base, and help you level up. Then when you can do custom orders, your whole life changes, because you can create a sale based on exactly what the customer wants, charge what you want, and take your time doing a good job.

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Start out with a variety of gigs that are easy to deliver on, maybe that do not require shipping. Go slowly and make sure you are positive exactly what the customer wants with several messages before you encourage them to place an order. Once they do, complete the work immediately and deliver.

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I’m new here. But, prior to joining, I read every ebook and article I could find on the site. Educating oneself is the key to any new enterprise or endeavor. As with anything, there are many pros and cons about doing Fiverr gigs. However, educating yourself prior to posting that first gig should help most avoid the common pitfalls.

The advice newbies need most, I think, is that Fiverr is highly competitive. Sales do not just happen. You have to work in order to get them. That involves seriously advertising and marketing your gig or gigs.

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just take it one day at a time and it will surely pay off adding each $5 on top of the other and working to make your customers happy.

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