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I'm an illustrator, my art is good but I am not popular, how do I get clients?


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May be you need to work on your gigs, i was yesterday going through free courses on fiverr. for graphics services your gigs need to be more elaborative about your finest work you are offering
and add value like i have a graphic designer friend to whom i will outsource e-book cover work for 8$ and i have a gig that offer 15$ for 2500 words Ebook content with stock free pictures and book cover too so it become attractive an win-win situation.

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