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That would be fine if what you’re doing will eventually pay for itself by automatically generating work. This won’t. You’ll always have to do a lot of manual work to get sales this way.

Getting your first sales only helps you if that starts a snowball effect. Your idea won’t. It isn’t self-sustaining.

You can do whatever you want. I’m just not sure why you’re debating people who have experience in sales and using unfounded arguments to do it.

I never questioned your services. You have more experience and you are much better than me for sure . I am just stating my ideas here. And also I guess we are kinda going off topic . Also I only know conversational English language. So I can’t understand some of the sentences of yours ;-; (big oof for me)

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I never questioned your services. You have more experience and you are much better than me for sure . I am just stating my ideas here. And also I guess we are kinda going off topic . Also I only know conversational English language. So I can’t understand some of the sentences of yours ;-; (big oof for me)

I never said you questioned my services. You totally missed my point. I think you need to working on your reading comprehension. Buyers won’t appreciate you misinterpreting what you say. That leads to errors and inefficiencies.

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I never said you questioned my services. You totally missed my point. I think you need to working on your reading comprehension. Buyers won’t appreciate you misinterpreting what you say. That leads to errors and inefficiencies.

Well most of the buyers write simple English. And I also offer services in my main languages as well. Sorry if I missed your point

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Well most of the buyers write simple English. And I also offer services in my main languages as well. Sorry if I missed your point

“Most of the buyers write simple English.” That won’t prevent communication errors and inefficiencies if you’re both writing in English and you’re misinterpreting things.

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“Most of the buyers write simple English.” That won’t prevent communication errors and inefficiencies if you’re both writing in English and you’re misinterpreting things.

Till now It didn’t occur as problem though . If it does , I am ready for the bad ratings and ready to improve by learning the meaning of sentences and words which I don’t understand.

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Till now It didn’t occur as problem though . If it does , I am ready for the bad ratings and ready to improve by learning the meaning of sentences and words which I don’t understand.

It’s not just about your ratings. It’s about the impact communication problems put on clients. Think about how things affect buyers, not just about how they affect you.

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“Most of the buyers write simple English.” That won’t prevent communication errors and inefficiencies if you’re both writing in English and you’re misinterpreting things.

I wanted to ask one question. If by co-incidence you find one of your online friends buying the order , will you stop chatting with them on different platforms forever?

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It’s not just about your ratings. It’s about the impact communication problems put on clients. Think about how things affect buyers, not just about how they affect you.

Ok but buyer never found it as problem. They never said they had a problem in my service. Also I have my google translate if problem occurs in future. Also as I mentioned before I am working on my english.

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Ok but buyer never found it as problem. They never said they had a problem in my service. Also I have my google translate if problem occurs in future. Also as I mentioned before I am working on my english.

Again, you’re misinterpreting.

I didn’t say it is already a problem. I’m saying it potentially could be a problem. I’m sorry, but it’s common sense that if you misinterpret someone, that will annoy and inconvenience someone.

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Again, you’re misinterpreting.

I didn’t say it is already a problem. I’m saying it potentially could be a problem. I’m sorry, but it’s common sense that if you misinterpret someone, that will annoy and inconvenience someone.

I didn’t misinterpret. I just now said “if problem occurs in future I am ready for it” basically ready for the potentially occuring threat. How ironic that we both are getting misinterpreted currently.

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I didn’t misinterpret. I just now said “if problem occurs in future I am ready for it” basically ready for the potentially occuring threat. How ironic that we both are getting misinterpreted currently.

I didn’t misinterpret you at all.

“If problem occurs in the future I am ready for it.”

Being “ready” entails preventing miscommunication errors, not resolving them once they’ve already happened. No buyer wants to wait until a job has completed to see the buyer misinterpreted what they asked for. No buyer wants to go through extra communication to clarify things because the seller didn’t understand them or they didn’t understand the seller.

If you could prevent a language communication error, you wouldn’t make it in the first place.

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I didn’t misinterpret you at all.

“If problem occurs in the future I am ready for it.”

Being “ready” entails preventing miscommunication errors, not resolving them once they’ve already happened. No buyer wants to wait until a job has completed to see the buyer misinterpreted what they asked for. No buyer wants to go through extra communication to clarify things because the seller didn’t understand them or they didn’t understand the seller.

If you could prevent a language communication error, you wouldn’t make it in the first place.

Hmm True. Ok then I will first take time to read all of the difficult sentences and check their meanings if important . So no buyer will face difficulty (hope I didn’t misinterpret now)

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Hmm True. Ok then I will first take time to read all of the difficult sentences and check their meanings if important . So no buyer will face difficulty (hope I didn’t misinterpret now)

I think it would be more helpful to work on your English in general.

Studying sentences isn’t going to help you understand them better unless you have a firmer grasp on the fundamentals.

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Thanks to everyone who helped me!

You say you can’t accept direct payments because you’re not 18 yet. However, while Fiverr allows people who are 13 or older to join, you can only withdraw your funds via PayPal or Payoneer, and you have to be at least 18 years old to use either. How do you solve that?

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