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I used to make $500+ in tips every Christmas as a 13-year old delivering milk and newspapers.

Later I made $1,500+ in tips each year in the hospitality industry.

My biggest tip on Fiverr was for around $80. However, my bigdest tip for Fiverr sellers is that if you want big tips, work somewhere else. 😉

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Hello Everyone… I hope all of you doing great…

Few days back i got :star_struck: and it was Great Outstanding experience… The purpose of sharing all this is i want to share some tips here… i see many new sellers feel bad when client ask for many changes or revisions…

Please Please Always try to make sure you do what your Buyer is asking if you cant give a proper reason… Make sure you even do extra work if you can and in return you will get a Tip for sure… I know there are some buyer who ask for multiple revisions… but at the they are always happy to give Tip also…

What Matters for Buyer … Only Perfect Project Delivery ---- Make it and you will get an amazing notification about TIP…

Try this never feel angry when buyer ask for multiple changes… do your best and i guarantee you … you will end up with tip on every order…

Good Luck!

do your best and i guarantee you … you will end up with tip on every order…

I want to say: “Expectation makes frustration”

My biggest tip was only $10.

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I used to make $500+ in tips every Christmas as a 13-year old delivering milk and newspapers.

Later I made $1,500+ in tips each year in the hospitality industry.

My biggest tip on Fiverr was for around $80. However, my bigdest tip for Fiverr sellers is that if you want big tips, work somewhere else. 😉

I work in hospitality and made $4300 this holiday in tips as a concierge, my biggest individual tip from a tenant was $600.

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Congrats to you my friend! That’s an outstanding tip! We’re new on Fiverr and we just delivered our first service and we got our first tip of 9$ on 45$ of design service. 😉 It was a nice surprise, we didn’t expect it and it encourages us to always give our best in what we do.

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Congrats to you my friend! That’s an outstanding tip! We’re new on Fiverr and we just delivered our first service and we got our first tip of 9$ on 45$ of design service. 😉 It was a nice surprise, we didn’t expect it and it encourages us to always give our best in what we do.

Good Luck Dear … My Best Wishes for you …

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I used to make $500+ in tips every Christmas as a 13-year old delivering milk and newspapers.

Later I made $1,500+ in tips each year in the hospitality industry.

My biggest tip on Fiverr was for around $80. However, my bigdest tip for Fiverr sellers is that if you want big tips, work somewhere else. 😉

Later I made $1,500+ in tips each year in the hospitality industry.

I actually got curious after your comment and checked my analytics page. Turns out that I make 100$+ every month just in tips, and last 2 years I get more tips than 2 years before this. (Is it because my customer services and skills got better? 😁).

So it seems that adding 20% fee on tips didn’t really affect me getting tips here.

My biggest tip was 200$ on a 100$ order.

To be honest I didn’t do anything extraordinary, I just delivered my work as usually with no extras. But it summed up more or less in my market rate outside of fiverr.

because a seller does a great job, does not mean buyers leave tips. It is unwise to make claims that promise unrealistic results

Totally agree with this. I don’t expect tips, I already put a price that covers my work time and expenses and if someone feels like tipping me then I’m all for it, but it totally doesn’t affect the quality or quantity of work that I deliver.

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I understand what exactly you saying… but i am trying to explain from my experience… every individual here have difference experience … I am experiencing this from last few months and i see if we are doing more extra for clients they understand and they give regard to it.

Wow Congratulations…

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Congrats to you my friend! That’s an outstanding tip! We’re new on Fiverr and we just delivered our first service and we got our first tip of 9$ on 45$ of design service. 😉 It was a nice surprise, we didn’t expect it and it encourages us to always give our best in what we do.

Thank you Bro , yes if we give our best and there always good from other end …

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I am strictly a buyer. I like to tip when I can see that a seller worked hard for what might have become more work than first thought. But sellers (and Fiverr) need to remember that tips should always be voluntary. Tips are given from the heart. I find it offensive that Fiverr asserts otherwise and even takes a commission on tips. I do wonder if sellers know this.

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I am strictly a buyer. I like to tip when I can see that a seller worked hard for what might have become more work than first thought. But sellers (and Fiverr) need to remember that tips should always be voluntary. Tips are given from the heart. I find it offensive that Fiverr asserts otherwise and even takes a commission on tips. I do wonder if sellers know this.

Yes, we know this that fiverr takes a commission on tips.

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congrats! I haven’t gotten tip like that, but i my first gig i made an offer costing $80 but the buyer came back and said he was willing to pay $100 for good quality work, which was great first experience, now i’m just hoping to get more gigs! Any suggestions when you’re new to fiverr and dont have that many reviews? I got a good review on my first gig and he also said he’d might need more but he wanted to start with this, maybe to see the quality i guess

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