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If you think appearing online all the time is critical to being successful on Fiverr, you have been sorely misled.

Being online only has minimal impact on gig visibility. Focusing on things that DO matter, like one’s gig page visuals, description, clarity, service selection, etc. would be far more impactful.

There’s a lot of desperate new sellers who try to use browser auto-refreshers to achieve this pointless goal of always appearing online, but they endanger their accounts in doing so.

I sound like a broken record, but I’ll say it again.
Great gigs get orders, regardless of the seller being online or offline.

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I agree with @enunciator. Also, remember that you are a business and every business has “business hours.” In my case, I do not reply to messages between 8pm and 8am. Do I lose some potential projects? Maybe. However, this is how I manage work-life balance. Know that quantity is good, but quality is what will make you really successful as a freelancer.

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I agree with @enunciator. Also, remember that you are a business and every business has “business hours.” In my case, I do not reply to messages between 8pm and 8am. Do I lose some potential projects? Maybe. However, this is how I manage work-life balance. Know that quantity is good, but quality is what will make you really successful as a freelancer.

In all honesty, if a potential buyer drops a seller for not being able to respond in the dead of night or within a few hours time, then they likely wouldn’t be the best type of buyer to work with anyway.

Extremely demanding or impatient buyers are some I would rather not have the “privilege” of working with…

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In all honesty, if a potential buyer drops a seller for not being able to respond in the dead of night or within a few hours time, then they likely wouldn’t be the best type of buyer to work with anyway.

Extremely demanding or impatient buyers are some I would rather not have the “privilege” of working with…

@enunciator, I agree 100%. The changing attitude has to come from the sellers. While sellers continue desperately selling their soul for $5, buyers will never respect freelancers as professionals. Unless you show them that you do not accept the “I demand” and “I command” attitude.

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Yes i want to know also, i am facing the same issue. Help me if anyone can

But it is not an issue.

It only becomes an issue if you try to cheat the system and “appear online” all the d*** time, get caught, and have your account suspended or worse.

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If you think appearing online all the time is critical to being successful on Fiverr, you have been sorely misled.

Being online only has minimal impact on gig visibility. Focusing on things that DO matter, like one’s gig page visuals, description, clarity, service selection, etc. would be far more impactful.

There’s a lot of desperate new sellers who try to use browser auto-refreshers to achieve this pointless goal of always appearing online, but they endanger their accounts in doing so.

I sound like a broken record, but I’ll say it again.

Great gigs get orders, regardless of the seller being online or offline.

Thanks, @enunciator for your valuable comments and direction for the new seller. I must understand what is the actual meaning of your message. Want to be a successor not only need more patient and dedication but also require adequate skills and knowledge on the work he/she wants to serve. Hope other new sellers will understand the moral of the message for not being an online seller is a successor rather skilled one in Fiverr…

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I agree with @enunciator. Also, remember that you are a business and every business has “business hours.” In my case, I do not reply to messages between 8pm and 8am. Do I lose some potential projects? Maybe. However, this is how I manage work-life balance. Know that quantity is good, but quality is what will make you really successful as a freelancer.

Thanks, @ligiacarvalho for your valuable comments on what I am trying to understand.

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