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Well, I’ve been a Seller on Fiverr for almost 5 years.

I have been a full-time freelancer since 2016.

Fiverr produces about 30% of my income.

Buyers (I think) look for a professional-looking presentation.

Spelling errors will lose you work.

Stupid promises like “unlimited revisions” or “100% customer satisfaction” will lose you business.

I think if you are honest, have skills that you are promoting (and not faking them) it should come through.

Naturally, the only way a Buyer will be able to judge you is through your work and that won’t happen without an order.

You need to make your Gig attractive enough to cause a Buyer to be curious enough to ask you questions and place an order based on the way you answer them.

It’s a bit of chemistry, and a bit of marketing.

But it won’t be the same thing for each Buyer.

I hope this helps.

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Well, I’ve been a Seller on Fiverr for almost 5 years.

I have been a full-time freelancer since 2016.

Fiverr produces about 30% of my income.

Buyers (I think) look for a professional-looking presentation.

Spelling errors will lose you work.

Stupid promises like “unlimited revisions” or “100% customer satisfaction” will lose you business.

I think if you are honest, have skills that you are promoting (and not faking them) it should come through.

Naturally, the only way a Buyer will be able to judge you is through your work and that won’t happen without an order.

You need to make your Gig attractive enough to cause a Buyer to be curious enough to ask you questions and place an order based on the way you answer them.

It’s a bit of chemistry, and a bit of marketing.

But it won’t be the same thing for each Buyer.

I hope this helps.

Thank you so much for your important feedback. 👍

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Well, I’ve been a Seller on Fiverr for almost 5 years.

I have been a full-time freelancer since 2016.

Fiverr produces about 30% of my income.

Buyers (I think) look for a professional-looking presentation.

Spelling errors will lose you work.

Stupid promises like “unlimited revisions” or “100% customer satisfaction” will lose you business.

I think if you are honest, have skills that you are promoting (and not faking them) it should come through.

Naturally, the only way a Buyer will be able to judge you is through your work and that won’t happen without an order.

You need to make your Gig attractive enough to cause a Buyer to be curious enough to ask you questions and place an order based on the way you answer them.

It’s a bit of chemistry, and a bit of marketing.

But it won’t be the same thing for each Buyer.

I hope this helps.

thank you so much for sharing your information.

For most of my gig, I wrote “unlimited revisions” or “100% customer satisfaction”.

should I remove this from my gig description?

or if I edit my gig is it a bad impact on my gig impression?

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Well, I’ve been a Seller on Fiverr for almost 5 years.

I have been a full-time freelancer since 2016.

Fiverr produces about 30% of my income.

Buyers (I think) look for a professional-looking presentation.

Spelling errors will lose you work.

Stupid promises like “unlimited revisions” or “100% customer satisfaction” will lose you business.

I think if you are honest, have skills that you are promoting (and not faking them) it should come through.

Naturally, the only way a Buyer will be able to judge you is through your work and that won’t happen without an order.

You need to make your Gig attractive enough to cause a Buyer to be curious enough to ask you questions and place an order based on the way you answer them.

It’s a bit of chemistry, and a bit of marketing.

But it won’t be the same thing for each Buyer.

I hope this helps.

Thanks for your information.

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Well, I’ve been a Seller on Fiverr for almost 5 years.

I have been a full-time freelancer since 2016.

Fiverr produces about 30% of my income.

Buyers (I think) look for a professional-looking presentation.

Spelling errors will lose you work.

Stupid promises like “unlimited revisions” or “100% customer satisfaction” will lose you business.

I think if you are honest, have skills that you are promoting (and not faking them) it should come through.

Naturally, the only way a Buyer will be able to judge you is through your work and that won’t happen without an order.

You need to make your Gig attractive enough to cause a Buyer to be curious enough to ask you questions and place an order based on the way you answer them.

It’s a bit of chemistry, and a bit of marketing.

But it won’t be the same thing for each Buyer.

I hope this helps.

Thank you for sharing your views.

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