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What are 5 Golden Tips for Level 1 Seller?


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I’d say:

  1. Be willing to lower your prices until you have a few five-star reviews
  2. Always, always, ALWAYS be professional and polite
  3. Always use perfect grammar and spelling. If English isn’t your first language, install grammarly
  4. Give each project 100% and deliver your very best work
  5. Research other sellers who are offering the same services to work out how much you should be charging (but don’t copy others)

Good luck!

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I’d say:

  1. Be willing to lower your prices until you have a few five-star reviews
  2. Always, always, ALWAYS be professional and polite
  3. Always use perfect grammar and spelling. If English isn’t your first language, install grammarly
  4. Give each project 100% and deliver your very best work
  5. Research other sellers who are offering the same services to work out how much you should be charging (but don’t copy others)

Good luck!

Wow. This is rare to say with how many terrible lists of tips that have flooded the forum, especially recently, but this is overall a good list!

I’d just place one caveat on tip #1. Pricing your services lower than established sellers is a common tactic when starting out, but don’t price yourself so low to the point that the effort-for-pay is detrimental to your own health and well being; also don’t price yourself so low that it would seem to a reasonable person that you could never really deliver what your gig promises.

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Wow. This is rare to say with how many terrible lists of tips that have flooded the forum, especially recently, but this is overall a good list!

I’d just place one caveat on tip #1. Pricing your services lower than established sellers is a common tactic when starting out, but don’t price yourself so low to the point that the effort-for-pay is detrimental to your own health and well being; also don’t price yourself so low that it would seem to a reasonable person that you could never really deliver what your gig promises.

Wow! Thanks for this.

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