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Hello Nahiduddin,

I am a new seller and got my first order by sending an offer to a buyer request. So far I have sent around 60 requests, and got 2 confirmed sales which is not bad, its like 33% conversion rate ! I am a buyer too, and I've sent buyer requests to hire a seller.

 

So my tips for you:

1- Understand what the buyers need, and try to show that in your offer.

2- Give the buyers a brief, let them know what will happen after buying your gig (the process of your work). In my case for example,  I explained for a buyer how I am going to design his Youtube channel intro, what fonts i am suggesting and why, what colors and why ... etc. 

3- If you can, show them a customized sample or a sketch. Now they know you read & understood their request.

4- Don't copy & paste your replies, as a buyer myself I came across many sellers who will send me an offer that does not relate to my request.

5- Don't send an offer that exceeds their budget, and try to offer them lower than their limit.

 

I hope those tips will inspire you in some way.

Wishing you & all sellers Good luck !

Mohamed

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On 7/6/2021 at 6:08 PM, mohamedghulam88 said:

Hello Nahiduddin,

I am a new seller and got my first order by sending an offer to a buyer request. So far I have sent around 60 requests, and got 2 confirmed sales which is not bad, its like 33% conversion rate ! I am a buyer too, and I've sent buyer requests to hire a seller.

 

So my tips for you:

1- Understand what the buyers need, and try to show that in your offer.

2- Give the buyers a brief, let them know what will happen after buying your gig (the process of your work). In my case for example,  I explained for a buyer how I am going to design his Youtube channel intro, what fonts i am suggesting and why, what colors and why ... etc. 

3- If you can, show them a customized sample or a sketch. Now they know you read & understood their request.

4- Don't copy & paste your replies, as a buyer myself I came across many sellers who will send me an offer that does not relate to my request.

5- Don't send an offer that exceeds their budget, and try to offer them lower than their limit.

 

I hope those tips will inspire you in some way.

Wishing you & all sellers Good luck !

Mohamed

good concept

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On 7/6/2021 at 6:08 PM, mohamedghulam88 said:

Hello Nahiduddin,

I am a new seller and got my first order by sending an offer to a buyer request. So far I have sent around 60 requests, and got 2 confirmed sales which is not bad, its like 33% conversion rate ! I am a buyer too, and I've sent buyer requests to hire a seller.

 

So my tips for you:

1- Understand what the buyers need, and try to show that in your offer.

2- Give the buyers a brief, let them know what will happen after buying your gig (the process of your work). In my case for example,  I explained for a buyer how I am going to design his Youtube channel intro, what fonts i am suggesting and why, what colors and why ... etc. 

3- If you can, show them a customized sample or a sketch. Now they know you read & understood their request.

4- Don't copy & paste your replies, as a buyer myself I came across many sellers who will send me an offer that does not relate to my request.

5- Don't send an offer that exceeds their budget, and try to offer them lower than their limit.

 

I hope those tips will inspire you in some way.

Wishing you & all sellers Good luck !

Mohamed

helpful tips.

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On 7/6/2021 at 6:08 PM, mohamedghulam88 said:

Hello Nahiduddin,

I am a new seller and got my first order by sending an offer to a buyer request. So far I have sent around 60 requests, and got 2 confirmed sales which is not bad, its like 33% conversion rate ! I am a buyer too, and I've sent buyer requests to hire a seller.

 

So my tips for you:

1- Understand what the buyers need, and try to show that in your offer.

2- Give the buyers a brief, let them know what will happen after buying your gig (the process of your work). In my case for example,  I explained for a buyer how I am going to design his Youtube channel intro, what fonts i am suggesting and why, what colors and why ... etc. 

3- If you can, show them a customized sample or a sketch. Now they know you read & understood their request.

4- Don't copy & paste your replies, as a buyer myself I came across many sellers who will send me an offer that does not relate to my request.

5- Don't send an offer that exceeds their budget, and try to offer them lower than their limit.

 

I hope those tips will inspire you in some way.

Wishing you & all sellers Good luck !

Mohamed

Great. It was as if I had finished a lesson. Thank you

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On 7/6/2021 at 6:08 PM, mohamedghulam88 said:

Hello Nahiduddin,

I am a new seller and got my first order by sending an offer to a buyer request. So far I have sent around 60 requests, and got 2 confirmed sales which is not bad, its like 33% conversion rate ! I am a buyer too, and I've sent buyer requests to hire a seller.

 

So my tips for you:

1- Understand what the buyers need, and try to show that in your offer.

2- Give the buyers a brief, let them know what will happen after buying your gig (the process of your work). In my case for example,  I explained for a buyer how I am going to design his Youtube channel intro, what fonts i am suggesting and why, what colors and why ... etc. 

3- If you can, show them a customized sample or a sketch. Now they know you read & understood their request.

4- Don't copy & paste your replies, as a buyer myself I came across many sellers who will send me an offer that does not relate to my request.

5- Don't send an offer that exceeds their budget, and try to offer them lower than their limit.

 

I hope those tips will inspire you in some way.

Wishing you & all sellers Good luck !

Mohamed

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On 7/6/2021 at 6:08 PM, mohamedghulam88 said:

Hello Nahiduddin,

I am a new seller and got my first order by sending an offer to a buyer request. So far I have sent around 60 requests, and got 2 confirmed sales which is not bad, its like 33% conversion rate ! I am a buyer too, and I've sent buyer requests to hire a seller.

 

So my tips for you:

1- Understand what the buyers need, and try to show that in your offer.

2- Give the buyers a brief, let them know what will happen after buying your gig (the process of your work). In my case for example,  I explained for a buyer how I am going to design his Youtube channel intro, what fonts i am suggesting and why, what colors and why ... etc. 

3- If you can, show them a customized sample or a sketch. Now they know you read & understood their request.

4- Don't copy & paste your replies, as a buyer myself I came across many sellers who will send me an offer that does not relate to my request.

5- Don't send an offer that exceeds their budget, and try to offer them lower than their limit.

 

I hope those tips will inspire you in some way.

Wishing you & all sellers Good luck !

Mohamed

very helpful and informative.

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On 7/6/2021 at 7:08 AM, mohamedghulam88 said:

Hello Nahiduddin,

I am a new seller and got my first order by sending an offer to a buyer request. So far I have sent around 60 requests, and got 2 confirmed sales which is not bad, its like 33% conversion rate ! I am a buyer too, and I've sent buyer requests to hire a seller.

 

So my tips for you:

1- Understand what the buyers need, and try to show that in your offer.

2- Give the buyers a brief, let them know what will happen after buying your gig (the process of your work). In my case for example,  I explained for a buyer how I am going to design his Youtube channel intro, what fonts i am suggesting and why, what colors and why ... etc. 

3- If you can, show them a customized sample or a sketch. Now they know you read & understood their request.

4- Don't copy & paste your replies, as a buyer myself I came across many sellers who will send me an offer that does not relate to my request.

5- Don't send an offer that exceeds their budget, and try to offer them lower than their limit.

 

I hope those tips will inspire you in some way.

Wishing you & all sellers Good luck !

Mohamed

Thanks

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1- Understand what the buyers need, and try to show that in your offer.

2- Give the buyers a brief, let them know what will happen after buying your gig (the process of your work). In my case for example,  I explained for a buyer how I am going to design his Youtube channel intro, what fonts i am suggesting and why, what colors and why ... etc. 

3- If you can, show them a customized sample or a sketch. Now they know you read & understood their request.

4- Don't copy & paste your replies, as a buyer myself I came across many sellers who will send me an offer that does not relate to my request.

5- Don't send an offer that exceeds their budget, and try to offer them lower than their limit.

 

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A quick, straightforward greeting and introduction followed by a concise restatement of the client’s core need or problem.
A clear statement that tells clients that you can solve their problem and that you can start right away.
A short pitch, preferably two to three sentences, telling the prospective client exactly why you’re an excellent fit for the job.
A brief but detailed description of the methods and processes you’ll use to approach the project and provide excellent service.
Attachments such as relevant documents, files of sample works, or links to your portfolio demonstrating your past projects related to the client’s needs.

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On 7/6/2021 at 6:08 PM, mohamedghulam88 said:

Hello Nahiduddin,

I am a new seller and got my first order by sending an offer to a buyer request. So far I have sent around 60 requests, and got 2 confirmed sales which is not bad, its like 33% conversion rate ! I am a buyer too, and I've sent buyer requests to hire a seller.

 

So my tips for you:

1- Understand what the buyers need, and try to show that in your offer.

2- Give the buyers a brief, let them know what will happen after buying your gig (the process of your work). In my case for example,  I explained for a buyer how I am going to design his Youtube channel intro, what fonts i am suggesting and why, what colors and why ... etc. 

3- If you can, show them a customized sample or a sketch. Now they know you read & understood their request.

4- Don't copy & paste your replies, as a buyer myself I came across many sellers who will send me an offer that does not relate to my request.

5- Don't send an offer that exceeds their budget, and try to offer them lower than their limit.

 

I hope those tips will inspire you in some way.

Wishing you & all sellers Good luck !

Mohamed

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On 7/6/2021 at 6:08 PM, mohamedghulam88 said:

Hello Nahiduddin,

I am a new seller and got my first order by sending an offer to a buyer request. So far I have sent around 60 requests, and got 2 confirmed sales which is not bad, its like 33% conversion rate ! I am a buyer too, and I've sent buyer requests to hire a seller.

 

So my tips for you:

1- Understand what the buyers need, and try to show that in your offer.

2- Give the buyers a brief, let them know what will happen after buying your gig (the process of your work). In my case for example,  I explained for a buyer how I am going to design his Youtube channel intro, what fonts i am suggesting and why, what colors and why ... etc. 

3- If you can, show them a customized sample or a sketch. Now they know you read & understood their request.

4- Don't copy & paste your replies, as a buyer myself I came across many sellers who will send me an offer that does not relate to my request.

5- Don't send an offer that exceeds their budget, and try to offer them lower than their limit.

 

I hope those tips will inspire you in some way.

Wishing you & all sellers Good luck !

Mohamed

Nice post

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31 minutes ago, nasir_parves33 said:

Nice post

 

21 hours ago, t_tawhid said:

A quick, straightforward greeting and introduction followed by a concise restatement of the client’s core need or problem.
A clear statement that tells clients that you can solve their problem and that you can start right away.
A short pitch, preferably two to three sentences, telling the prospective client exactly why you’re an excellent fit for the job.
A brief but detailed description of the methods and processes you’ll use to approach the project and provide excellent service.
Attachments such as relevant documents, files of sample works, or links to your portfolio demonstrating your past projects related to the client’s needs.

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On 7/6/2021 at 6:08 PM, mohamedghulam88 said:

Hello Nahiduddin,

I am a new seller and got my first order by sending an offer to a buyer request. So far I have sent around 60 requests, and got 2 confirmed sales which is not bad, its like 33% conversion rate ! I am a buyer too, and I've sent buyer requests to hire a seller.

 

So my tips for you:

1- Understand what the buyers need, and try to show that in your offer.

2- Give the buyers a brief, let them know what will happen after buying your gig (the process of your work). In my case for example,  I explained for a buyer how I am going to design his Youtube channel intro, what fonts i am suggesting and why, what colors and why ... etc. 

3- If you can, show them a customized sample or a sketch. Now they know you read & understood their request.

4- Don't copy & paste your replies, as a buyer myself I came across many sellers who will send me an offer that does not relate to my request.

5- Don't send an offer that exceeds their budget, and try to offer them lower than their limit.

 

I hope those tips will inspire you in some way.

Wishing you & all sellers Good luck !

Mohamed

Really useful information. Thanks for shear this.

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