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It is not easy to convince buyers to purchase your services when you are competing against thousands of other sellers who are offering the same thing that you do, nor should it be.

This is not some game or get-rich-quick scheme where you can find a flaw to exploit to get an easy win. In business, you need to know how to attract your target customers. You need to figure out how to do that on your own through extensive research.

One place to start if you want to learn how to respond to Buyer Requests more effectively is here:


Otherwise, you can also search through the forum for some great Fiverr-related advice, or you can find some great marketing-related material on the internet.

Here are some great threads from the forum:

So many new sellers come on the forum complaining that they have been on the site for a few days or weeks and are fed up waiting for orders. Some sellers wait months or more to get their first order! Don’t wait! Check out: https://forum.fiverr.com/c/Fiverr-Tips/tips-for-sellers for hundreds of tips on how to get orders. Take time to read, learn, and take action! That is the only way to get orders! Be a Doer! Try it out for yourself! Good luck! slightly_smiling_face

If you want more orders, here’s what you need to do: You need to research, understand, and reach out to your target customers. You need to Study, Understand, and Connect. The only people who will hire you, are the people who need your services. So, if you want them to hire you, you need to understand who they are, what they like, and and what they need. Then, you need to determine how your valuable skills can solve their needs. I’ll say that again – THEIR NEEDS, not your needs – not what you wa…

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