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Can we use the word "shit" on a gig title?


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I know, i know. You may be asking why i would put that word in a title.

Well, it’s because i’m going to make a gig about creating “memes” for other(s) and it may consider having the word “shit” on a gig title. I’m wondering if that’s fine.

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I know, i know. You may be asking why i would put that word in a title.

Well, it’s because i’m going to make a gig about creating “memes” for other(s) and it may consider having the word “shit” on a gig title. I’m wondering if that’s fine.

having the word “shit” on a gig title

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The OP asked whether the word was allowed in a Gig title, not how other sellers feel about it being used.

@overraz, I searched that word and found no Gig titles containing it. That leads me to believe it’s not allowed. But you’ll have to ask CS for confirmation.

The OP asked whether the word was allowed in a Gig title, not how other sellers feel about it being used.

He got their opinion anyway. It’s contrary to what he would like to do which is attract orders.

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To be very honest, I don’t think the product offered by the OP would even come close to something you would label as “professional” (it’s more of a “fun & entertainment” gig). Memes are just for goofing around and making jokes.

So, I am not sure if the OP would need to project a very professional image of themselves. Sure, everyone needs to be professional to a certain extent; otherwise, prospective buyers will not take them seriously.

But, even then, using words such as sh!t is stretching it. Even if it is allowed on Fiverr (which I believe is your actual question; you could contact CS to find that out), I wouldn’t use it.

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To be very honest, I don’t think the product offered by the OP would even come close to something you would label as “professional” (it’s more of a “fun & entertainment” gig). Memes are just for goofing around and making jokes.

So, I am not sure if the OP would need to project a very professional image of themselves. Sure, everyone needs to be professional to a certain extent; otherwise, prospective buyers will not take them seriously.

But, even then, using words such as sh!t is stretching it. Even if it is allowed on Fiverr (which I believe is your actual question; you could contact CS to find that out), I wouldn’t use it.

I am not sure if the OP would need to project a very professional image of themselves.

Everyone needs to project a professional image of themselves including a fun gig. The word he was thinking of using isn’t just unprofessional, it serves no purpose. It’s not a fun word.

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