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anamariabubolea

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I literally don’t even see the button for that though…

If you see a “switch to selling” option, make sure you’ve clicked that.

If you don’t see the “more” option near the top of your browser, make sure your desktop resolution is high enough (1024x768 is too low. I’m not sure what the absolute minimum is) and that you haven’t zoomed in. Also you could try with the Chrome browser if you haven’t already.

If the screen isn’t displaying everything you might see a scrollbar somewhere to scroll it to see the additional options.

You could see the buyer requests if you check the direct link: https://www.fiverr.com/users/brontehamilton/requests

You could also contact CS with a support ticket if you still can’t get a browser to show the pages / “more” option properly.

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hi, we have providing embroidery digitizing services and joined in 15,September 2019 but just 1 customer with five star review what the reason that i can’t get more job.

hi, we have providing embroidery digitizing services and joined in 15,September 2019 but just 1 customer with five star review what the reason that i can’t get more job.

I don’t think there is a straight answer to that, but most likely what you offer (Now) doesn’t seem to be what your potential clients need or appreciate. Try something new, adjust your gigs, try a different approach, look into all advices given here on this forum and apply what resonates with you. Just do not give up and do not expect your orders to come by themselves.

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hi, we have providing embroidery digitizing services and joined in 15,September 2019 but just 1 customer with five star review what the reason that i can’t get more job.

I don’t think there is a straight answer to that, but most likely what you offer (Now) doesn’t seem to be what your potential clients need or appreciate. Try something new, adjust your gigs, try a different approach, look into all advices given here on this forum and apply what resonates with you. Just do not give up and do not expect your orders to come by themselves.

1.thank you very much but i think differently i can’t stop working on fiverr i will continue to be attractive, because i know about my work professionally.

2. fiverr can’t like to reduce price but i have no level and customers don’t come because people in the market already have high levels and customers don’t believe new seller.thank you anamariabubolea

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Give value to buyers. How much you will earn is exactly how much value will you give. Try your best and make your customers more than satisfaction. 😍

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Give value to buyers. How much you will earn is exactly how much value will you give. Try your best and make your customers more than satisfaction. 😍

Give value to buyers. How much you will earn is exactly how much value will you give. Try your best and make your customers more than satisfaction

completely agree with this point

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Start Giving Value Instead.

This is just my 5th month on Fiverr, in the 3rd month I became level 2 and I had my share of “success” as well as some good learnings as well. I had many people, especially new sellers approaching me and asking for tips for success and here are a few things I would like to share from my own experience that I hope will be valuable for more:

  1. Give Value, do not just Sell - there are many sellers out there who just shout out about what Sellers have to offer and very few value offers about what the Clients Need. Make your gigs about your clients first, think through and showcase the benefits your gig will bring to them first.

  2. There is no fast forward to success. Yes, you can have a lucky day and get a great big order once, but success is what you want to grow constantly every day. So my first tip is this - do not expect to just post your gig and get to be a top seller overnight, learn from your competition, search for buyers, improve your offering and constantly up your game.

  3. Constantly Optimize your gig - there are so many great articles on this forum that can be used for learning how to optimize your gig, use those learnings wisely. My tip in this area is this: not just optimize your gig once and then wait for your buyers to get to you. CONSTANTLY optimize your gigs, adapt to your client needs, look out for latest searches, take into account events, adjust both the description as well as your prices. What works today may not work as well tomorrow, so constant care about your offering will keep you ahead of the game

  4. Start with a larger set of gig offers and then aim to focus on the few that work out best for you. The point is not to be good at everything, but excel at what you are best at.

  5. Custom your offers. >90% of my orders are for custom offers. A tailor-made offer for the specific needs of your clients will always be better received and more effective. So whenever you have the chance to interact with your clients, start by understanding their needs first and then offer them a customized offer.

  6. Do not send blank/standardized offers. This goes hand in hand with the previous point, but here is one more I learned: whenever you are discussing with a potential client, do not hurry in sending them an offer first. If they ask about your services and fees, take the time to discuss with them, tailor your offer, get their consent and only after they agree to it, send them your offer. This simple tactic got me 100% offers acceptance on direct messaging.

  7. Constant communication with your client. Do not take for granted a client who already placed an order. I often see that most of the attention goes into getting new clients and too little into making your current clients completely satisfied. You got your client, great! Now go and deliver an outstanding experience for them, keep them informed with your progress, establish a personal connection with them. I am not saying becoming friends with your clients, just engage and that will ensure that your clients will at least let you know what they do not want before you deliver something of no value for them and in some of the cases, they may become your ambassadors or returning clients as well.

Hope this will be of value for you. Would be glad to hear more tips from you as well: slight_smile

CONSTANTLY optimize your gigs

You can’t do it constantly. If you’re changing your gig prices every day, you won’t know if it’s working or not. It’s better to make changes every month, or once a week if you’re desperate. Also, not every gig is going to have the same demand.

Custom your offers. >90% of my orders are for custom offers

Disagree with that. How are clients going to find you if you don’t have specific gigs? I understand custom offers when your work varies greatly. There’s a difference between writing a 15-page book and a 300-page book, but most sellers on Fiverr have specific packages for that reason.

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