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I’m looking for a proper template to send offer in buyer request. I have been sending offers for long but not getting any responses.

I am currently using this template:

Hi! I understand your (buyer’s need)
I am (my skills)
If you need anything in line with this. Don’t hesitate to contact me.

  • I don’t have any portfolio to show them since I haven’t done any projects so far from clients.
    Any tips regarding this ?
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I’m looking for a proper template to send offer in buyer request. I have been sending offers for long but not getting any responses.

I am currently using this template:

Hi! I understand your (buyer’s need)

I am (my skills)

If you need anything in line with this. Don’t hesitate to contact me.

  • I don’t have any portfolio to show them since I haven’t done any projects so far from clients.

    Any tips regarding this ?

I’m looking for a proper template to send offer in buyer request.

You are not going to find a template that’s very effective for each and every BR you come across. The key is to create a unique, customized BR offer message for every BR. You need to customize your message according to the buyer and their needs (and not just change the message that goes inside the brackets that say “buyer’s needs”).

Hi! I understand your (buyer’s need)

That’s a great first step. However, you should also point out the way in which you will go about meeting the buyer’s needs/demands or achieving the project’s goals. This is where your next point (skills) comes into the picture. When you talk about the approach you will take to achieve the project’s goals, you should also elaborate a little on how your skills/prior experience will help you achieve the project’s goals.

I don’t have any portfolio to show them since I haven’t done any projects so far from clients.

It’s not a deal-breaker, tbh.

I see that you offer video editing. So what you could do is take a raw video of something you are interested in (or a video in which you can effectively display your skills) and then convert this raw video to a professionally edited video. You can then upload this as a sample to your gig. Your buyer is mainly interested in getting a feel for your skills, expertise, and style. And doing the above-mentioned will do just that.

Also, if you are interested, you could have a look at this forum post on how to write a good BR offer:

Hello Fiverr-ites, I see many sellers on the forum who are either: unsure about why they are not getting orders despite “regularly” sending buyer request offers, or unsure of how to write an excellent buyer request offer. Therefore, I thought I would compile a list of a few forum posts about this very topic so that this post could possibly serve as a repository of relevant information for sellers. Before I begin with the list though, I thought I’d point out a thing or two about the bu…
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I’m looking for a proper template to send offer in buyer request.

You are not going to find a template that’s very effective for each and every BR you come across. The key is to create a unique, customized BR offer message for every BR. You need to customize your message according to the buyer and their needs (and not just change the message that goes inside the brackets that say “buyer’s needs”).

Hi! I understand your (buyer’s need)

That’s a great first step. However, you should also point out the way in which you will go about meeting the buyer’s needs/demands or achieving the project’s goals. This is where your next point (skills) comes into the picture. When you talk about the approach you will take to achieve the project’s goals, you should also elaborate a little on how your skills/prior experience will help you achieve the project’s goals.

I don’t have any portfolio to show them since I haven’t done any projects so far from clients.

It’s not a deal-breaker, tbh.

I see that you offer video editing. So what you could do is take a raw video of something you are interested in (or a video in which you can effectively display your skills) and then convert this raw video to a professionally edited video. You can then upload this as a sample to your gig. Your buyer is mainly interested in getting a feel for your skills, expertise, and style. And doing the above-mentioned will do just that.

Also, if you are interested, you could have a look at this forum post on how to write a good BR offer:

Hello Fiverr-ites, I see many sellers on the forum who are either: unsure about why they are not getting orders despite “regularly” sending buyer request offers, or unsure of how to write an excellent buyer request offer. Therefore, I thought I would compile a list of a few forum posts about this very topic so that this post could possibly serve as a repository of relevant information for sellers. Before I begin with the list though, I thought I’d point out a thing or two about the bu…

Thank you so much . This helps great

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