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Is it true that people get a lot of potential buyers just by replying and helping people and building a reputation in the forums?

Is it true that people get a lot of potential buyers just by replying and helping people and building a reputation in the forums?

Could anyone help me understand what’s all behind this?

Could anyone help me understand what’s all behind this?

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If that is the only thing you wish to achieve by using the forum, then please just save yourself the trouble and stop posting. It is not going to work.

There are very few buyers here, and the forum runs on a different platform than the Fiverr marketplace. What you do here will NOT impact your placement or your performance on Fiverr itself.

If you come here to search for tips to improve your gig, that is just fine. Please use the search function first to make it easier for yourself. However, po…

 

poll

Ok, I was chatting in one of the topics with another new seller who was trying to convince me that buyers come to the forum to look for sellers and their gigs because they couldn’t find anything worthy in fiverr.

So I decided to create a poll to check Statistics on how many people really got orders from advertising their link on this forum.

I left 2 categories:

 

for people who never posted/advertised their link in the forum but still got orders from the forum because their clients liked…

 

I have a question in my mind, Is there any buyer in this forum?

 

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If that is the only thing you wish to achieve by using the forum, then please just save yourself the trouble and stop posting. It is not going to work. There are very few buyers here, and the forum runs on a different platform than the Fiverr marketplace. What you do here will NOT impact your placement or your performance on Fiverr itself. If you come here to search for tips to improve your gig, that is just fine. Please use the search function first to make it easier for yourself. However, po…
pollOk, I was chatting in one of the topics with another new seller who was trying to convince me that buyers come to the forum to look for sellers and their gigs because they couldn’t find anything worthy in fiverr. So I decided to create a poll to check Statistics on how many people really got orders from advertising their link on this forum. I left 2 categories: for people who never posted/advertised their link in the forum but still got orders from the forum because their clients liked…
I have a question in my mind, Is there any buyer in this forum?

Thanks! @vickiespencer

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Making money on Fiverr is becoming more difficult these days, with so many new people joining up hoping to earn money on Fiverr quickly.

Here are my thoughts on this - and, yes, it involves some work and thought before publishing a gig!

 

 

People keep repeating the same wrong advice - and newbies are deceived by it.

Here’s my take on it - share if you feel so inclined:

 

 

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Listen.

Here’s the real answer.

You’re going to see a lot of fiverr forum users tell you that there’s no money to be made by posting on the forum. This is total social persuasion. They view you as competition and they want you to shove off. The truth is, there’s TONS of money to be made by posting here.

But there’s a certain way to post. Secret code phrases that let buyers (especially the buyers who hang around the forum but never post) know that you’re “in” on their needs. I’m not allowed to share all of those phrases with you, I’ve been here since 2013 and until recently, I wasn’t sent my fiverr official booklet, “Making Money Posting on the Fiverr Forum.”

But here are a few.

  1. Buyers love it when you post pictures of yourself in silly hats. They really get a sense of your playful side.

Did you know that profiles featuring silly hats are 73 percent more likely to be viewed than non silly hat profiles?

Don’t wait. Post a picture of yourself in a silly hat to this thread. Then, post that picture in at least three threads a day. Really let your personality show.

  1. Buyers respond positively to Sellers who are confrontational in the forum. Especially using the phrase, “You wanna make something of it, Sally?

Buyers don’t want to work with sellers who don’t know where they stand. You must display yourself as confident and able to insert yourself into unique situations.

As an exercise, respond to four threads a day, no matter what the topic, and confront the person by using this secret phrase. Your profile impressions will sky rocket.

  1. Start one thread per day with the following topic:

“What’s up ladies…”

Buyers absolutely want self starters.

You’ve got to prove that you can begin a concept and see it through. Don’t be distracted by weird detractors telling you that your threads are inappropriate. These are sellers and your competition. They’re largely afraid - or other new members who don’t understand how to use this invaluable resource to their advantage.

Lastly,

  1. Perform a tickle hand video.

This can be used on your video platform of choice. Upload or link a video of yourself, under five seconds, imitating the act of tickling directly to your camera.

Make sure to tag people in many threads throughout the day and drop the tickle hand video into the thread.

Many new posters don’t know this, but “tickle hands” is a sort of long standing tradition in the forum. Long term and valuable buyers will respect that you’re paying homage to the values and games of fiverr as a community. As such, they’ll see you as a person that respects the ideas and agenda of your buyers.

Trust me. “Tickle hands” is the money.

That’s all I’m allowed to share with you now. But your dedication and your strong use of these techniques will reward you with new tips as your fiverr journey grows.

You’ve got this. Make all that fiverr forum money.

Take care.

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Forum is a designer community, it’s not a client forum dear

Forum is a designer community,

Many sellers here are not designers.

Is it true that people get a lot of potential buyers just by replying and helping people and building a reputation in the forums?

Not a lot. A few, possibly (I got a few orders because someone noticed me on the forum, or because I’ve helped someone), plus people can learn a lot and improve themselves (if they manage to find useful topics instead of all the misinformation cluttering the forum). However, while replying and helping can be a nice gesture, there’s zero guarantee that it will ever lead to a sale.

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Listen.

Here’s the real answer.

You’re going to see a lot of fiverr forum users tell you that there’s no money to be made by posting on the forum. This is total social persuasion. They view you as competition and they want you to shove off. The truth is, there’s TONS of money to be made by posting here.

But there’s a certain way to post. Secret code phrases that let buyers (especially the buyers who hang around the forum but never post) know that you’re “in” on their needs. I’m not allowed to share all of those phrases with you, I’ve been here since 2013 and until recently, I wasn’t sent my fiverr official booklet, “Making Money Posting on the Fiverr Forum.”

But here are a few.

  1. Buyers love it when you post pictures of yourself in silly hats. They really get a sense of your playful side.

Did you know that profiles featuring silly hats are 73 percent more likely to be viewed than non silly hat profiles?

Don’t wait. Post a picture of yourself in a silly hat to this thread. Then, post that picture in at least three threads a day. Really let your personality show.

  1. Buyers respond positively to Sellers who are confrontational in the forum. Especially using the phrase, “You wanna make something of it, Sally?

Buyers don’t want to work with sellers who don’t know where they stand. You must display yourself as confident and able to insert yourself into unique situations.

As an exercise, respond to four threads a day, no matter what the topic, and confront the person by using this secret phrase. Your profile impressions will sky rocket.

  1. Start one thread per day with the following topic:

“What’s up ladies…”

Buyers absolutely want self starters.

You’ve got to prove that you can begin a concept and see it through. Don’t be distracted by weird detractors telling you that your threads are inappropriate. These are sellers and your competition. They’re largely afraid - or other new members who don’t understand how to use this invaluable resource to their advantage.

Lastly,

  1. Perform a tickle hand video.

This can be used on your video platform of choice. Upload or link a video of yourself, under five seconds, imitating the act of tickling directly to your camera.

Make sure to tag people in many threads throughout the day and drop the tickle hand video into the thread.

Many new posters don’t know this, but “tickle hands” is a sort of long standing tradition in the forum. Long term and valuable buyers will respect that you’re paying homage to the values and games of fiverr as a community. As such, they’ll see you as a person that respects the ideas and agenda of your buyers.

Trust me. “Tickle hands” is the money.

That’s all I’m allowed to share with you now. But your dedication and your strong use of these techniques will reward you with new tips as your fiverr journey grows.

You’ve got this. Make all that fiverr forum money.

Take care.

thanks for the help @damooch916 this would really help me in the long run!

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Forum is a designer community,

Many sellers here are not designers.

Is it true that people get a lot of potential buyers just by replying and helping people and building a reputation in the forums?

Not a lot. A few, possibly (I got a few orders because someone noticed me on the forum, or because I’ve helped someone), plus people can learn a lot and improve themselves (if they manage to find useful topics instead of all the misinformation cluttering the forum). However, while replying and helping can be a nice gesture, there’s zero guarantee that it will ever lead to a sale.

Yes @catwriter I agree with you

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Listen.

Here’s the real answer.

You’re going to see a lot of fiverr forum users tell you that there’s no money to be made by posting on the forum. This is total social persuasion. They view you as competition and they want you to shove off. The truth is, there’s TONS of money to be made by posting here.

But there’s a certain way to post. Secret code phrases that let buyers (especially the buyers who hang around the forum but never post) know that you’re “in” on their needs. I’m not allowed to share all of those phrases with you, I’ve been here since 2013 and until recently, I wasn’t sent my fiverr official booklet, “Making Money Posting on the Fiverr Forum.”

But here are a few.

  1. Buyers love it when you post pictures of yourself in silly hats. They really get a sense of your playful side.

Did you know that profiles featuring silly hats are 73 percent more likely to be viewed than non silly hat profiles?

Don’t wait. Post a picture of yourself in a silly hat to this thread. Then, post that picture in at least three threads a day. Really let your personality show.

  1. Buyers respond positively to Sellers who are confrontational in the forum. Especially using the phrase, “You wanna make something of it, Sally?

Buyers don’t want to work with sellers who don’t know where they stand. You must display yourself as confident and able to insert yourself into unique situations.

As an exercise, respond to four threads a day, no matter what the topic, and confront the person by using this secret phrase. Your profile impressions will sky rocket.

  1. Start one thread per day with the following topic:

“What’s up ladies…”

Buyers absolutely want self starters.

You’ve got to prove that you can begin a concept and see it through. Don’t be distracted by weird detractors telling you that your threads are inappropriate. These are sellers and your competition. They’re largely afraid - or other new members who don’t understand how to use this invaluable resource to their advantage.

Lastly,

  1. Perform a tickle hand video.

This can be used on your video platform of choice. Upload or link a video of yourself, under five seconds, imitating the act of tickling directly to your camera.

Make sure to tag people in many threads throughout the day and drop the tickle hand video into the thread.

Many new posters don’t know this, but “tickle hands” is a sort of long standing tradition in the forum. Long term and valuable buyers will respect that you’re paying homage to the values and games of fiverr as a community. As such, they’ll see you as a person that respects the ideas and agenda of your buyers.

Trust me. “Tickle hands” is the money.

That’s all I’m allowed to share with you now. But your dedication and your strong use of these techniques will reward you with new tips as your fiverr journey grows.

You’ve got this. Make all that fiverr forum money.

Take care.

Did you know that profiles featuring silly hats are 73 percent more likely to be viewed than non silly hat profiles?

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If I buy and wear this hat in my profile image, would it be cheesy enough to get me 73% more sales? So, do you wanna make something of it, Sally?

Perform a tickle hand video.

I had never heard of this type of video. I do not make videos perhaps I could hire @marinapomorac to make one for me. But those I found were very boring. Are you sure this “trick” will help me get sales?

Trust me. “Tickle hands” is the money.

O—K—A—Y :thinking: I will try that. Here is a tickle had video. But all of them I could find were rather long.

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Did you know that profiles featuring silly hats are 73 percent more likely to be viewed than non silly hat profiles?

If I buy and wear this hat in my profile image, would it be cheesy enough to get me 73% more sales? So, do you wanna make something of it, Sally?

Perform a tickle hand video.

I had never heard of this type of video. I do not make videos perhaps I could hire @marinapomorac to make one for me. But those I found were very boring. Are you sure this “trick” will help me get sales?

Trust me. “Tickle hands” is the money.

O—K—A—Y :thinking: I will try that. Here is a tickle had video. But all of them I could find were rather long.

@vickiespencer I would prefer we do the “old” test your blood pressure test.

You stand next to the wall straight up and you push inside part of your palm as strong as you can from the wall but without moving your body. Do this for 40 seconds, then move aside. How high your hand raises all by itself is your blood pressure level… or it was just a circus trick I do not know, but it was fun watching hand go up on its own and can’t put it down…

I got 2 orders in 1 year from participating in the forum.

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@vickiespencer I would prefer we do the “old” test your blood pressure test.

You stand next to the wall straight up and you push inside part of your palm as strong as you can from the wall but without moving your body. Do this for 40 seconds, then move aside. How high your hand raises all by itself is your blood pressure level… or it was just a circus trick I do not know, but it was fun watching hand go up on its own and can’t put it down…

I got 2 orders in 1 year from participating in the forum.

I would prefer we do the “old” test your blood pressure test.

I got 2 orders in 1 year from participating in the forum.

Then if this is the method you used to find clients on the Fiverr Forum, it worked! I am jealous because I have not got sales from the Forum in the past 365 days!

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Listen.

Here’s the real answer.

You’re going to see a lot of fiverr forum users tell you that there’s no money to be made by posting on the forum. This is total social persuasion. They view you as competition and they want you to shove off. The truth is, there’s TONS of money to be made by posting here.

But there’s a certain way to post. Secret code phrases that let buyers (especially the buyers who hang around the forum but never post) know that you’re “in” on their needs. I’m not allowed to share all of those phrases with you, I’ve been here since 2013 and until recently, I wasn’t sent my fiverr official booklet, “Making Money Posting on the Fiverr Forum.”

But here are a few.

  1. Buyers love it when you post pictures of yourself in silly hats. They really get a sense of your playful side.

Did you know that profiles featuring silly hats are 73 percent more likely to be viewed than non silly hat profiles?

Don’t wait. Post a picture of yourself in a silly hat to this thread. Then, post that picture in at least three threads a day. Really let your personality show.

  1. Buyers respond positively to Sellers who are confrontational in the forum. Especially using the phrase, “You wanna make something of it, Sally?

Buyers don’t want to work with sellers who don’t know where they stand. You must display yourself as confident and able to insert yourself into unique situations.

As an exercise, respond to four threads a day, no matter what the topic, and confront the person by using this secret phrase. Your profile impressions will sky rocket.

  1. Start one thread per day with the following topic:

“What’s up ladies…”

Buyers absolutely want self starters.

You’ve got to prove that you can begin a concept and see it through. Don’t be distracted by weird detractors telling you that your threads are inappropriate. These are sellers and your competition. They’re largely afraid - or other new members who don’t understand how to use this invaluable resource to their advantage.

Lastly,

  1. Perform a tickle hand video.

This can be used on your video platform of choice. Upload or link a video of yourself, under five seconds, imitating the act of tickling directly to your camera.

Make sure to tag people in many threads throughout the day and drop the tickle hand video into the thread.

Many new posters don’t know this, but “tickle hands” is a sort of long standing tradition in the forum. Long term and valuable buyers will respect that you’re paying homage to the values and games of fiverr as a community. As such, they’ll see you as a person that respects the ideas and agenda of your buyers.

Trust me. “Tickle hands” is the money.

That’s all I’m allowed to share with you now. But your dedication and your strong use of these techniques will reward you with new tips as your fiverr journey grows.

You’ve got this. Make all that fiverr forum money.

Take care.

@vickiespencer Dude I’m really new here and this guy is just tearing me apart 😆

Is he for real?

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I would prefer we do the “old” test your blood pressure test.

I got 2 orders in 1 year from participating in the forum.

Then if this is the method you used to find clients on the Fiverr Forum, it worked! I am jealous because I have not got sales from the Forum in the past 365 days!

Then maybe your gig needs a pump up don’t you think?

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Okay so, tickling videos are actually a thing? 😆

I mean… technically. Now that I’ve spewed a ton of word garbage and went through the actual process of generating a “tickle” video. Yes, now they’re a thing. So, you’ve either gotten the best of this exchange by watching me take my own ill-conceived advice, or we’ve inadvertently started the latest, hottest Fiverrian fad. I tend to lean toward the latter - but in any case, you’re doing just fine here.

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