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Hi @sohelrjbsafeweb, I wouldn’t recommend increasing your prices or decreasing them. Remember Fiverr is a free lancing site which helps consumers or clients to find the perfect service for a certain timeline. Not every month you will have clients for your Gig, unless your gig is top of the line with amazing reviews and all sorts. Starting small is slow and hard on Fiverr. Patience is the key ma man! 😎

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Hi @sohelrjbsafeweb, I wouldn’t recommend increasing your prices or decreasing them. Remember Fiverr is a free lancing site which helps consumers or clients to find the perfect service for a certain timeline. Not every month you will have clients for your Gig, unless your gig is top of the line with amazing reviews and all sorts. Starting small is slow and hard on Fiverr. Patience is the key ma man! 😎

Thank you sir I will always remember your last line as you said about Patience.

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Just make sure that the money you earn covers at least the time spent doing it. (This will change over time.) Lots of people have said do not change your prices, but I have changed mine a lot, and have not seen a horrible decrease in sales. I’m certain some people have noticed. It’s just based on how much time and work I can spend on the projects, though. And though I’m on the newer end I think I get enough orders and am gaining popularity, despite prices.

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In my experience the best way to help keep momentum on your orders is only to increase your prices when the demand is higher then your ability to keep up with it. If you can practically complete 4-5 projects a day then keep delivering fantastic deliveries and the positive reviews and order will mean more orders will come through. When you are getting too many to keep up with simply bump up your prices which will naturally slow down your orders to something more manageable. This way you can price yourself into a sensible workload. You are happy with the price you are receiving but you are still able to commit the right amount of time to each project 🙂

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Just make sure that the money you earn covers at least the time spent doing it. (This will change over time.) Lots of people have said do not change your prices, but I have changed mine a lot, and have not seen a horrible decrease in sales. I’m certain some people have noticed. It’s just based on how much time and work I can spend on the projects, though. And though I’m on the newer end I think I get enough orders and am gaining popularity, despite prices.

You really said something different thank you so much

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In my experience the best way to help keep momentum on your orders is only to increase your prices when the demand is higher then your ability to keep up with it. If you can practically complete 4-5 projects a day then keep delivering fantastic deliveries and the positive reviews and order will mean more orders will come through. When you are getting too many to keep up with simply bump up your prices which will naturally slow down your orders to something more manageable. This way you can price yourself into a sensible workload. You are happy with the price you are receiving but you are still able to commit the right amount of time to each project 🙂

Thank you so much for your suggestion

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