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When I read this message:

 

Marketplace : Lookbooks - the Technology behind the Talent.

 

I wanted to share with you a tip that applies from freelancing to academia and happens frequently, to me at least. At the same time I'm attempting to interpret this message.

Do not share your ideas, for free. People will steal your ideas -I mean your creative ideas- and disappear thinking that they can do it themselves or that they can't afford you do it for them.

It doesn't matter what the reason is, just do not share your ideas for free. It's ok to share a good idea at times with a trusted buyer you work with. Avoid those -usually- newcomer clients who will keep asking questions for things that are not about your services or show no interest in your services. Those clients want to use you for brainstorming/consultation/mentoring. 

 

 

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Here are some tips put together by Fiverr Forum’s Senior Sellers. 😎 🤓 🥸 🤠 🧐

  • Do not stay online, 24/7. It would be best if you had your sleep to be productive.
  • Do not post your gigs all over social media. It is SPAM, and besides, your friends and relatives are not your target buyers.
  • Do not offer unlimited revisions. Buyers can keep asking for revisions over and over, and you’ll have no choice but to do them.
  • Use Buyer Requests ONLY if you can do a great job fulfilling the buyer’s requirements.
  • When making offers on Buyer Requests do not use copied and pasted offers. Each Buyer Request is unique and needs a different answer.
  • Make sure your profile is perfect. Spell everything correctly and use proper English grammar.
  • Make sure your gig images are different from any other seller, and make sure they are eye-catching.
  • Never copy another seller’s gig mages or wording.
  • Do not do homework for students. This will cause you to lose your gig and maybe even your account.
  • Be patient
  • Offer fair pricing for your products
  • Offer quality products.
  • Always be kind to Buyers (even the ones that tick you off).
  • Seek to improve your product quality over time.
  • Pay attention to what your Seller competitors are doing and learn from them (asking this question is a step in that direction).
  • Be honest. 
  • Expect failures, disappointments, and cancellations but also expect successful events as well.
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2 hours ago, raj_proservice said:

Here are some tips put together by Fiverr Forum’s Senior Sellers. 😎 🤓 🥸 🤠 🧐

  • Do not stay online, 24/7. It would be best if you had your sleep to be productive.
  • Do not post your gigs all over social media. It is SPAM, and besides, your friends and relatives are not your target buyers.
  • Do not offer unlimited revisions. Buyers can keep asking for revisions over and over, and you’ll have no choice but to do them.
  • Use Buyer Requests ONLY if you can do a great job fulfilling the buyer’s requirements.
  • When making offers on Buyer Requests do not use copied and pasted offers. Each Buyer Request is unique and needs a different answer.
  • Make sure your profile is perfect. Spell everything correctly and use proper English grammar.
  • Make sure your gig images are different from any other seller, and make sure they are eye-catching.
  • Never copy another seller’s gig mages or wording.
  • Do not do homework for students. This will cause you to lose your gig and maybe even your account.
  • Be patient
  • Offer fair pricing for your products
  • Offer quality products.
  • Always be kind to Buyers (even the ones that tick you off).
  • Seek to improve your product quality over time.
  • Pay attention to what your Seller competitors are doing and learn from them (asking this question is a step in that direction).
  • Be honest. 
  • Expect failures, disappointments, and cancellations but also expect successful events as well.

What does your post have to do with what @corsogris talking about?

Nothing. At. All.

GG

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20 hours ago, raj_proservice said:

Here are some tips put together by Fiverr Forum’s Senior Sellers. 😎 🤓 🥸 🤠 🧐

  • Do not stay online, 24/7. It would be best if you had your sleep to be productive.
  • Do not post your gigs all over social media. It is SPAM, and besides, your friends and relatives are not your target buyers.
  • Do not offer unlimited revisions. Buyers can keep asking for revisions over and over, and you’ll have no choice but to do them.
  • Use Buyer Requests ONLY if you can do a great job fulfilling the buyer’s requirements.
  • When making offers on Buyer Requests do not use copied and pasted offers. Each Buyer Request is unique and needs a different answer.
  • Make sure your profile is perfect. Spell everything correctly and use proper English grammar.
  • Make sure your gig images are different from any other seller, and make sure they are eye-catching.
  • Never copy another seller’s gig mages or wording.
  • Do not do homework for students. This will cause you to lose your gig and maybe even your account.
  • Be patient
  • Offer fair pricing for your products
  • Offer quality products.
  • Always be kind to Buyers (even the ones that tick you off).
  • Seek to improve your product quality over time.
  • Pay attention to what your Seller competitors are doing and learn from them (asking this question is a step in that direction).
  • Be honest. 
  • Expect failures, disappointments, and cancellations but also expect successful events as well.

I think you're spamming. I've seen your exact same post in another topic

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No one cares if you thought of it first. Blimey, what a great message. 🤨  There are definitely a few sellers on Fiverr who seem to have taken that and run with it. No one cares if you designed and published the logo or article first. 

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