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Hello Fiverr forum,

Those of you who have chosen Freelancing as the only page of life.  Or working for many years.  My question to them is if I choose this profession as my only profession? So what do I need to pay attention to?  Besides, those of you who have chosen it, have you faced any problems?  And what do I take care of?  In what ways can I stay on top of it and achieve success?  I want to know from your experience.  It will make me more focused and courageous in my work. Hope all your feedback 

Thanks everyone for reading patiently 🥰💖

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To be completely honest, you can find the experiences of others by reading through the many posts on this forum. You'll find plenty of tips and advice for becoming a better seller here, too. I encourage you to read through the forum, and take notes. I am confident doing so will answer all of the questions you have posted above.

Good luck!

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11 minutes ago, corsogr said:

Success is crafting your personal formula. Do not trust any seller that writes in the forums, blindly. Use critical thinking.

I'm noticing what appears to be a little passive hostility toward the advice I've been sharing, here, on the forums -- since you keep responding to my comments, and telling people to trust other things than the advice being shared? Is everything alright?

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12 minutes ago, jonbaas said:

I'm noticing what appears to be a little passive hostility toward the advice I've been sharing, here, on the forums -- since you keep responding to my comments, and telling people to trust other things than the advice being shared? Is everything alright?

This is 100% not true. I preferred to clarify by sending to you a personal message. Generally, if someone keeps asking questions off topic it can be considered as a hijack of the topic and an attempt to turn it to personal chat. I believe we are cool. Thank you. 😁 👍

 

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2 minutes ago, afridkhan88 said:

i have created my two gigs, but how to ranks them i have no idea.

Gigs do not carry rank in the current marketplace. They are shown to buyers seeking your services based upon a great many factors. The best way to be seen more readily in the search system, is to be a great seller, deliver work that earns positive reviews, and understand that the system doesn't show your gig to everyone -- just the buyers Fiverr's algorithm thinks are the best match for your services.

The search results appear differently to each individual user.

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12 hours ago, mdminhaz05 said:

Hello Fiverr forum,

Those of you who have chosen Freelancing as the only page of life.  Or working for many years.  My question to them is if I choose this profession as my only profession? So what do I need to pay attention to?  Besides, those of you who have chosen it, have you faced any problems?  And what do I take care of?  In what ways can I stay on top of it and achieve success?  I want to know from your experience.  It will make me more focused and courageous in my work. Hope all your feedback 

Thanks everyone for reading patiently 🥰💖

There are plenty of things to consider: freelancing is not easy and you should quit your full time job only when you are sure and see that your business is bringing steady income and it keeps growing and that you have a room to scale your business if you go full time. If it’s just a jumó of faith hoping that it will work then you’ll be risking a lot. 
you have to wear a lot of hats at the same time. You are not only a freelancer, you are also marketer, sales man, customer support, accountant etc. 
as a freelancer you also don’t have your holidays or sick days leave paid and you have to plan for that with your monthly earnings. 

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1 hour ago, jonbaas said:

The best way to be seen more readily in the search system, is to be a great seller, deliver work that earns positive reviews, and understand that the system doesn't show your gig to everyone

PREACH!!!!!

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3 hours ago, jonbaas said:

To be completely honest, you can find the experiences of others by reading through the many posts on this forum. You'll find plenty of tips and advice for becoming a better seller here, too. I encourage you to read through the forum, and take notes. I am confident doing so will answer all of the questions you have posted above.

Good luck!

Thank you very much for nice advice ☺️

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1 hour ago, mariashtelle1 said:

There are plenty of things to consider: freelancing is not easy and you should quit your full time job only when you are sure and see that your business is bringing steady income and it keeps growing and that you have a room to scale your business if you go full time. If it’s just a jumó of faith hoping that it will work then you’ll be risking a lot. 
you have to wear a lot of hats at the same time. You are not only a freelancer, you are also marketer, sales man, customer support, accountant etc. 
as a freelancer you also don’t have your holidays or sick days leave paid and you have to plan for that with your monthly earnings. 

You are right. Thank you very much for your advice😊

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6 hours ago, jonbaas said:

I'm noticing what appears to be a little passive hostility toward the advice I've been sharing, here,

Do not fret. He is just antagonistic towards a lot of posts.

He marches to the beat of his own drummer.

GG

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