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Would a buyer go through all the offers?


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Guest hanshuber16

My question is, would a buyer go through all the offers? or it just hires the one who is on the first.

I assume you are talking about buyer requests. :thinking:

just hires the one who is on the first.

I can assure you this almost never happens.

would a buyer go through all the offers?

It depends on the buyers, really. I think many buyers go through all the offers and select a seller/a few sellers they think is/are the best fit for their project.

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They’ll probably skim through them, but only seriously look at the ones that look credible and suitable.

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My question is, would a buyer go through all the offers? or it just hires the one who is on the first.

or it just hires the one who is on the first.

Highly unlikely. The first ones don’t have the time to write a proper offer, so it looks like they haven’t bothered to read what the buyer actually needs (well, they probably haven’t read it, and it’s quite possible they don’t have the skills to do it, anyway).

Would you hire someone just because they sent “hire me plz” or something that is very obviously a template text that doesn’t actually say anything specific about what you need done and what makes them a good candidate for the job?

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or it just hires the one who is on the first.

Highly unlikely. The first ones don’t have the time to write a proper offer, so it looks like they haven’t bothered to read what the buyer actually needs (well, they probably haven’t read it, and it’s quite possible they don’t have the skills to do it, anyway).

Would you hire someone just because they sent “hire me plz” or something that is very obviously a template text that doesn’t actually say anything specific about what you need done and what makes them a good candidate for the job?

hire me plz

xd :rofl:

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hire me plz

xd :rofl:

xd

Sadly, there are sellers who write such messages in BR offers in hopes that they get the order. :roll_eyes:

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Buyers use filters at some point and tend to apply the same criteria on several platforms.
I’m kind of pessimistic and I think that, at first, most of people just count the stars and the number of reviews. A more accurate analysis comes in a second moment.

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Guest humanissocial

xd

Sadly, there are sellers who write such messages in BR offers in hopes that they get the order. :roll_eyes:

It’s very sad indeed. I feel sorry that buyers have to endure going through those requests. It’s a waste of their time.

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