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@enunciator Nope, you’re wrong. After getting some advice, I’ve figured out, Even though review matters for a new seller like me, It doesn’t hurt my profile. Either won’t stop me from leveling up etc. Right now I am sitting at 89% and I don’t think it is too bad, considering other older sellers who are below 70%. so yeah, I didn’t contact the buyer again, and I will let it slide. Thanks to everyone for your input and your time to respond to my question. I appreciate your efforts.

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@enunciator Nope, you’re wrong. After getting some advice, I’ve figured out, Even though review matters for a new seller like me, It doesn’t hurt my profile. Either won’t stop me from leveling up etc. Right now I am sitting at 89% and I don’t think it is too bad, considering other older sellers who are below 70%. so yeah, I didn’t contact the buyer again, and I will let it slide. Thanks to everyone for your input and your time to respond to my question. I appreciate your efforts.

Honestly I think you are looking at this the wrong way. I understand why you do but it is the real limit.

Note how casual Mr Ink appears about Reviews. Other sellers with decent success tend to be that way too. Note how those most obsessed with reviews, stars and stats are usually those with minimal success?

What does this tell us?

It definitely indicates that we are here to Deliver Great Work, not to collect Reviews and other Stats that cannot be swapped for carrots to feed our software habit (or children).

Keep your focus on the work you do. Not on the idea of star rating, reviews, etc. If they paid you, you won. No more, no less. I know a glowing review is lovely but if you only want the review to try to force more people to buy from you, the focus is on that and not on what you do - your craft. This will make you less good at your craft.

I am here to allow people who want me to Mix their songs.

I am not here to get star ratings, reviews, levels, etc. I have a level now. Do you know what it has brought me? Not a thing. Angels did not come down from Heaven and award me with so much as a piece of muddy cotton trampled under Jesus’s sandal. Every day post-badge has been just like the ones before.

I am here to allow people who want me personally to Mix their songs.

What are you ere to do?

🙂

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Is not a must for a buyer to leave a review on your gig. If you want a buyer to leave feedback on your service, simply write something like “And don’t forget to leave feedback about your experience.” on the delivery note.

But that may also not be important since Fiverr itself send email notifications to the buyer asking them to give feedback about your work.

I have not yet accomplished so much on Fiverr, but at one point I worked for this buyer who wanted to give me a review but he couldn’t simply because he did not know the words to use. Only 80% of my sales are rated, and in all I’ve managed to make my buyers happy.

You can ask a buyer to leave their feedback but it’s forbidden to ask a buyer to leave a positive review or give you full stars as you will get a warning for that. It’s always good to be keen just in case.

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If you want buyers to leave great reviews, don’t ask them to leave a review but MAKE THEM IMPRESSED WITH YOUR JOB! If buyers are impressed with your work then they will voluntarily give you full stars and excellent reviews and sometimes even some of them will come back to you.

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Is not a must for a buyer to leave a review on your gig. If you want a buyer to leave feedback on your service, simply write something like “And don’t forget to leave feedback about your experience.” on the delivery note.

But that may also not be important since Fiverr itself send email notifications to the buyer asking them to give feedback about your work.

I have not yet accomplished so much on Fiverr, but at one point I worked for this buyer who wanted to give me a review but he couldn’t simply because he did not know the words to use. Only 80% of my sales are rated, and in all I’ve managed to make my buyers happy.

You can ask a buyer to leave their feedback but it’s forbidden to ask a buyer to leave a positive review or give you full stars as you will get a warning for that. It’s always good to be keen just in case.

You can ask a buyer to leave their feedback

If you wish to risk an account warning, or worse.

If you want a buyer to leave feedback on your service, simply write something like “And don’t forget to leave feedback about your experience.” on the delivery note.

That’s risky.

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@chester48

If you want buyers to leave great reviews, don’t ask them to leave a review but Make them Impressed with your skills! and extremely fast delivery with 100% quality of work and error-free. If buyers are impressed with your work then they will give you 5 stars and excellent reviews and tips and sometimes even some of them will come back to you.
So Be patient and kept it up

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You can ask a buyer to leave their feedback

If you wish to risk an account warning, or worse.

If you want a buyer to leave feedback on your service, simply write something like “And don’t forget to leave feedback about your experience.” on the delivery note.

That’s risky.

I may not know much but I think you only get a warning if you beg the buyer for a positive review or 5 star rating. Asking the buyer for a positive review is what will get you a warning but simply asking the buyer to give a honest feedback about their experience is allowed.

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I may not know much but I think you only get a warning if you beg the buyer for a positive review or 5 star rating. Asking the buyer for a positive review is what will get you a warning but simply asking the buyer to give a honest feedback about their experience is allowed.

simply asking the buyer to give a honest feedback about their experience is allowed.

If I remember correctly, it’s not.

Not to mention it’s unnecessary, and it must be annoying to the buyer, first Fiverr prompts them to leave a review (twice), then a desperate seller bothers them, too.

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If they are marking the order as complete, the next screen they get is for rating you. If they’ve skipped it, or refused to rate you despite being reminded by Fiverr (which they always get reminded of), then its better to forget and move on. Asking for a review directly or indirectly breaks TOS.

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It’s either ask, then someone pops in and says don’t ask. Another says ask. Come on, I think we are scared of the unknown. I want to know who has tried in a pleasant way that won’t warrant a warning, not people who are scared of the unknown.

Yes you are right, fear is not for the brave, just try by yourself to ask for reviews to ALL your buyers, and just observe what’s happening (don’t be scare of the unknow 😅) COME ON

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