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I’m working with my 15 orders in my order queue.

Then please go work, and stop replying me.

My friends in malaysia can give you orders if you want too, he he.

Let every person be quick to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger;

@edvector I think you are here to learn, so please try to listen to what more experienced sellers are trying to teach you. It is valuable informaiton.

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Why he’s entitled to share his secret to you? He doesn’t owe you any thing. You don’t just create a gig and expected everything to be spoonfed to you. That’s not how it works. A lot of new sellers came to Fiverr, expecting to earn money, but they just simply created a gig, doesn’t bother to research the forum and read tips on how improving their gig, doesn’t do research on their target audience, doesn’t learn from the successful competitors. That’s how you’re not seeking any success.

I’ve seen your profile and gigs. Your gigs image and description are too generic for me. Vector illustration one of the most competitive categories out there. There are thousand of sellers who are offering the same service as yours and you need to research on how you can differentiate yourself from them and stands out more. If I’m a buyer, there’s nothing interesting for me to see in what you are offering, I rather go to reputable sellers and get my money worth.

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What if they got it from “back door” like my competitors did to me? What will you do?

Victim-blaming others doesn’t help you on anything. Focus on your gig and find out how to improve your gigs. Don’t put blame on others.

By the way,

I’m asking @jonbaas .

Are you @jonbaas ?

By the way,

I’m asking @jonbaas .

Are you @jonbaas ?

This is a public forum. Anyone can respond to any post, as long as they’re not violating the forum rules.

Well, it sure wouldn’t be such a secret if people actually took the time to learn basic marketing techniques. 😉

That takes time and effort, and way too many users just want some quick tips and tricks that would bring them sales instantly.

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Let every person be quick to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger;

@edvector I think you are here to learn, so please try to listen to what more experienced sellers are trying to teach you. It is valuable informaiton.

Let every person be quick to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger;

@edvector I think you are here to learn, so please try to listen to what more experienced sellers are trying to teach you. It is valuable informaiton.

Thanks vibronx, you’re a kind man, came to my 1st post and show off your success orders, very nice man.

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By the way,

I’m asking @jonbaas .

Are you @jonbaas ?

This is a public forum. Anyone can respond to any post, as long as they’re not violating the forum rules.

Well, it sure wouldn’t be such a secret if people actually took the time to learn basic marketing techniques. 😉

That takes time and effort, and way too many users just want some quick tips and tricks that would bring them sales instantly.

This is a public forum. Anyone can respond to any post, as long as they’re not violating the forum rules.

But I’m asking @jonbaas

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I already answered the only question you asked me.

Yes you did, but those cute man still replying me.

Yes you did, but those cute man still replying me.

With all due respect, you are taking this forum thread off-topic. Complaining that other people are participating in this topic, is not what this topic is about. I offered advice to other sellers – advice to help them focus on success. Let’s keep this topic about that advice. You can post your off-topic complaints in other appropriate forum topics.

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Yes you did, but those cute man still replying me.

With all due respect, you are taking this forum thread off-topic. Complaining that other people are participating in this topic, is not what this topic is about. I offered advice to other sellers – advice to help them focus on success. Let’s keep this topic about that advice. You can post your off-topic complaints in other appropriate forum topics.

So, can I messages you in private?

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I’m working with my 15 orders in my order queue.

Then please go work, and stop replying me.

My friends in malaysia can give you orders if you want too, he he.

I’m doing fine. I have done my parts on giving you explanation and insight to be successful in Fiverr. Also, if you feel they you need to continue our conversation, feel free to private message me as this has been already off-topic.

Anyway, instead of asking your friend to order from me, why not asking them to order from you? At least you can get your first order/review to build your profile. 😉

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I’m doing fine. I have done my parts on giving you explanation and insight to be successful in Fiverr. Also, if you feel they you need to continue our conversation, feel free to private message me as this has been already off-topic.

Anyway, instead of asking your friend to order from me, why not asking them to order from you? At least you can get your first order/review to build your profile. 😉

feel free to private message me as this has been already off-topic.

Thanks for your welcome but, I do more interesting with @jonbaas “hidden secret” success.

Anyway, instead of asking your friend to order from me, why not asking them to order from you? At least you can get your first order/review to build your profile. 😉

Because I don’t want people that I know (close) buy my service, it feels like . . . Ugh, that’s not cool.

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feel free to private message me as this has been already off-topic.

Thanks for your welcome but, I do more interesting with @jonbaas “hidden secret” success.

Anyway, instead of asking your friend to order from me, why not asking them to order from you? At least you can get your first order/review to build your profile. 😉

Because I don’t want people that I know (close) buy my service, it feels like . . . Ugh, that’s not cool.

Because I don’t want people that I know (close) buy my service, it feels like . . . Ugh, that’s not cool.

Why don’t you want people to buy your service?

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Because I don’t want people that I know (close) buy my service, it feels like . . . Ugh, that’s not cool.

Why don’t you want people to buy your service?

people

Only people that “close”.

I do more like “new” people because I can get new experiences and learn the new things.

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people

Only people that “close”.

I do more like “new” people because I can get new experiences and learn the new things.

I think selling to unknown people is harder than “close” people. The people who don’t know you, won’t trust you too. Maximum people buy from those who they are familiar of. I started selling to my friends and acquaintances. They are now happy with the delivery. Hope I’ll get some more word of mouth marketing and close more deals.

I’m still clueless on how to approach unknown people to say something about my products.

How do you approach people who are not your close people?

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I think selling to unknown people is harder than “close” people. The people who don’t know you, won’t trust you too. Maximum people buy from those who they are familiar of. I started selling to my friends and acquaintances. They are now happy with the delivery. Hope I’ll get some more word of mouth marketing and close more deals.

I’m still clueless on how to approach unknown people to say something about my products.

How do you approach people who are not your close people?

I think selling to unknown people is harder than “close” people.

I know, that’s why I’m on Fiverr.

The people who don’t know you, won’t trust you too.

They will or they don’t have too (it’s up to them) after they get the result, building trust from basic and growing.

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I think selling to unknown people is harder than “close” people. The people who don’t know you, won’t trust you too. Maximum people buy from those who they are familiar of. I started selling to my friends and acquaintances. They are now happy with the delivery. Hope I’ll get some more word of mouth marketing and close more deals.

I’m still clueless on how to approach unknown people to say something about my products.

How do you approach people who are not your close people?

I’m still clueless on how to approach unknown people to say something about my products.

How do you approach people who are not your close people?

It’s not really a matter of approaching them directly. It is an issue of finding wasy to interact and connect with them on a common interests level. For example, I have my own line of apparel. I don’t go find people, send them spammy messages and say, “buy my shirts”. No, on a connection level, I find a way to interact with people who wear the kind of apparel I sell, I participate with them, I become known to them, and then those connections – if built effectively – lead to people who understand me and what I do/sell, and then WANT to purchase my apparel.

That isn’t to say I haven’t put out less personal ads for my apparel, but I do heavily target those ads, so that the people that I know love what I do, are the people seeing what I have to offer.

You can’t make people buy things – or hire you here on Fiverr – but you can give then reasons to want to purchase products or hire you. It’s always about connecting to the people who make their own decisions, and then finding creative, helpful, and effective ways of becoming the decision they need/want to make.

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