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Work hard.

Be honest.

Ignore bad advice (like social media marketing, staying online 24/7, etc.)

Trust your instincts (if something doesn’t feel right, don’t do it).

Ask for help.

Be kind.

Show compassion.

Focus on your skills.

Take breaks away from your computer.

Go outside.

Be thankful.

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Work hard.

Be honest.

Ignore bad advice (like social media marketing, staying online 24/7, etc.)

Trust your instincts (if something doesn’t feel right, don’t do it).

Ask for help.

Be kind.

Show compassion.

Focus on your skills.

Take breaks away from your computer.

Go outside.

Be thankful.

@looseink You are amazing, I always doing social media link sharing, I must follow your advice.

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Work hard.

Be honest.

Ignore bad advice (like social media marketing, staying online 24/7, etc.)

Trust your instincts (if something doesn’t feel right, don’t do it).

Ask for help.

Be kind.

Show compassion.

Focus on your skills.

Take breaks away from your computer.

Go outside.

Be thankful.

Thank you for comments

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One thing that you can do is tweak your gigs whenever you see fit (every 3 days, or every day, if you prefer). Try out different tags, different gig images, different prices, etc. until you find everything that fits well. Also, take the advice of others! There are lots of experienced people out there who have better advice than I do 🙂

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One thing that you can do is tweak your gigs whenever you see fit (every 3 days, or every day, if you prefer). Try out different tags, different gig images, different prices, etc. until you find everything that fits well. Also, take the advice of others! There are lots of experienced people out there who have better advice than I do 🙂

If i edit my gig over and over, Is it good for my gig rank?

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If i edit my gig over and over, Is it good for my gig rank?

Like @enunciator said, I do admit that isn’t the best idea for something to do all the time. Like I said, I don’t have all that great advice, but I try. Perhaps I should say editing every once in a while is better. Sure, it will take many days to become visible again, but a few tweaks ever so often won’t hurt.

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Like @enunciator said, I do admit that isn’t the best idea for something to do all the time. Like I said, I don’t have all that great advice, but I try. Perhaps I should say editing every once in a while is better. Sure, it will take many days to become visible again, but a few tweaks ever so often won’t hurt.

@enunciator @blondiegraphics thank you very much guys

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Work hard.

Be honest.

Ignore bad advice (like social media marketing, staying online 24/7, etc.)

Trust your instincts (if something doesn’t feel right, don’t do it).

Ask for help.

Be kind.

Show compassion.

Focus on your skills.

Take breaks away from your computer.

Go outside.

Be thankful.

You forgot actual talent.

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Work hard.

Be honest.

Ignore bad advice (like social media marketing, staying online 24/7, etc.)

Trust your instincts (if something doesn’t feel right, don’t do it).

Ask for help.

Be kind.

Show compassion.

Focus on your skills.

Take breaks away from your computer.

Go outside.

Be thankful.

Focus on your skills.

Sort of touches on that, but I know what you mean.

The quality of work here is all over the map, and the same goes for the quality of Buyers as well.

It has to be tough to be a newbie here.

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I’m gibing you little bit motivation. I made fiverr account in 2017 and made some gigs didn’t get order until just recently. So there is still chance 🙂 for everyone. If you dont want to wait for a year for any order optimise your gig best as possible then check daily BR

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Focus on your skills.

Sort of touches on that, but I know what you mean.

The quality of work here is all over the map, and the same goes for the quality of Buyers as well.

It has to be tough to be a newbie here.

Thanks a lot sir. I love your every tips and tricks. It’s very helpful for everyone.

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Work hard.

Be honest.

Ignore bad advice (like social media marketing, staying online 24/7, etc.)

Trust your instincts (if something doesn’t feel right, don’t do it).

Ask for help.

Be kind.

Show compassion.

Focus on your skills.

Take breaks away from your computer.

Go outside.

Be thankful.

Awesome Tips!! Thanks

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