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Can I hire someone to improve my gig?


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Even if the description aligns with my skills and my level of expertise?

You know what else is prohibited by the TOS? Impersonating another person.

Hmmm…I wonder how Redx media journalist Justin Weber feels about you stealing his identity?

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Well, first off, there is no guarantee that you, me or anyone else out of the millions of Fiverr users here will be on Page One.

So get that off of your radar and aim for something different.

While I understand why you think it would be wise to hire “experts” here to spruce up your Gig(s), it makes me wonder why you are on Fiverr in the first place.

You say you are a Seller, but it looks like you are not really aware of how to sell yourself to Buyers.

I understand that, but part of being a freelancer is being able to sell yourself.

What happens when you get an order?

Will you hire one of the “experts” here on Fiverr to communicate to that Buyer for you?

What I’m getting at here is that you are an entrepreneur and with that comes a lot of responsibility in how you conduct business.

I suggest you spend some more time reading posts here on the Forum on such topics as “How To Improve My Gig” and things like that.

Then you will be better prepared to sell yourself and your services on Fiverr.

Good luck.

I am strongly agree with you.

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You know what else is prohibited by the TOS? Impersonating another person.

Hmmm…I wonder how Redx media journalist Justin Weber feels about you stealing his identity?

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No need to to hire a specialist to help you, You can develop yourself through research,
I wanna tell you that when creating your gig first use
“I will” best then write your gig title first to generate seo url and save it then you can reframe it to make the english perfect. And note that you should use Key words consistently in gig tiltle, gig description, and in scope and pricing

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Wow. Facepalm of the day. :woman_facepalming:

It’s so amazing it’s becoming rather funny…

but if it was ME who had my image/gig description/identity stolen, I know won’t be laughing.

Wow. Facepalm of the day. :woman_facepalming:

I dunno, the post just above is doing pretty well for itself in that department I think.

Grammarly is having a lot of fun trying to work it out. I gave up.

🙂

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