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Wow! Just became Fiverr Level 2 Seller... Awesome!


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Congrats!



I haven’t really noticed an uptick in the number of orders since becoming Level 2, but it hasn’t been very long and I don’t do much promotion. So, at least in my experience, getting to Level 2 doesn’t in-and-of itself mean more exposure within Fiverr or anything like that, that would bring more orders in.



BUT, I have noticed that I seem to be getting a different type of buyer more often. Whereas many of my early buyers were looking for small jobs for $5, I’m starting to get more requests for larger projects that take longer and cost more. That’s a good thing, as far as I’m concerned. I suspect the shift is partly because of the availability of higher priced gig extras as well as some level of reassurance 100%/Level 2 status provides to buyers that you’re not a fly-by-night operation.

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I haven’t really noticed an uptick in the number of orders since becoming Level 2, but it hasn’t been very long and I don’t do much promotion. So, at least in my experience, getting to Level 2 doesn’t in-and-of itself mean more exposure within Fiverr or anything like that, that would bring more orders in.



BUT, I have noticed that I seem to be getting a different type of buyer more often. Whereas many of my early buyers were looking for small jobs for $5, I’m starting to get more requests for larger projects that take longer and cost more. That’s a good thing, as far as I’m concerned. I suspect the shift is partly because of the availability of higher priced gig extras as well as some level of reassurance 100%/Level 2 status provides to buyers that you’re not a fly-by-night operation.

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Congrats!



I haven’t really noticed an uptick in the number of orders since becoming Level 2, but it hasn’t been very long and I don’t do much promotion. So, at least in my experience, getting to Level 2 doesn’t in-and-of itself mean more exposure within Fiverr or anything like that, that would bring more orders in.



BUT, I have noticed that I seem to be getting a different type of buyer more often. Whereas many of my early buyers were looking for small jobs for $5, I’m starting to get more requests for larger projects that take longer and cost more. That’s a good thing, as far as I’m concerned. I suspect the shift is partly because of the availability of higher priced gig extras as well as some level of reassurance 100%/Level 2 status provides to buyers that you’re not a fly-by-night operation.

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I haven’t really noticed an uptick in the number of orders since becoming Level 2, but it hasn’t been very long and I don’t do much promotion. So, at least in my experience, getting to Level 2 doesn’t in-and-of itself mean more exposure within Fiverr or anything like that, that would bring more orders in.



BUT, I have noticed that I seem to be getting a different type of buyer more often. Whereas many of my early buyers were looking for small jobs for $5, I’m starting to get more requests for larger projects that take longer and cost more. That’s a good thing, as far as I’m concerned. I suspect the shift is partly because of the availability of higher priced gig extras as well as some level of reassurance 100%/Level 2 status provides to buyers that you’re not a fly-by-night operation.

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Congrats!



I haven’t really noticed an uptick in the number of orders since becoming Level 2, but it hasn’t been very long and I don’t do much promotion. So, at least in my experience, getting to Level 2 doesn’t in-and-of itself mean more exposure within Fiverr or anything like that, that would bring more orders in.



BUT, I have noticed that I seem to be getting a different type of buyer more often. Whereas many of my early buyers were looking for small jobs for $5, I’m starting to get more requests for larger projects that take longer and cost more. That’s a good thing, as far as I’m concerned. I suspect the shift is partly because of the availability of higher priced gig extras as well as some level of reassurance 100%/Level 2 status provides to buyers that you’re not a fly-by-night operation.

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