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15 hours ago, anas_munir_01 said:

Hello Fiverr Community,

If you have any idea, suggestion, recommendation about "How can we get order from Buyer Request?" Please write it down here. 

Thanks in advance.

Before send any buyer request, try to understand, exactly what they need. After understand it, send them a perfect proposal. Try to make it short & don't send copy proposal. Make unique proposal for everyone. Also, notice that how many people send buyer request on it. Always try to send when  the request come on.

That's all

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41 minutes ago, creative_mrketr said:

Before send any buyer request, try to understand, exactly what they need. After understand it, send them a perfect proposal. Try to make it short & don't send copy proposal. Make unique proposal for everyone. Also, notice that how many people send buyer request on it. Always try to send when  the request come on.

That's all

Thanks for your suggestions.

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20 hours ago, anas_munir_01 said:

Hello Fiverr Community,

If you have any idea, suggestion, recommendation about "How can we get order from Buyer Request?" Please write it down here. 

Thanks in advance.

Why regurgitate what has already been discussed? Do a search on the forums and you will find plenty of threads outlining how to write an effective buyer's request reply.

These sort of posts just clutter up an already messy forum.

The information is already out there for those who have the initiative to find it.

GG

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23 minutes ago, genuineguidance said:

Do a search on the forums and you will find plenty of threads outlining how to write an effective buyer's request reply.

Maybe we are too lazy for searching old tropic on the forums. and yeah already published lot of tropic how to write an effective by request and lot of tips and trick how to good write buyer request in there.

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1 hour ago, angel_vox said:
If you have trouble finding what you are looking for or have a special request, you can submit a Buyer's Request. This allows you to send your request to the Fiverr community. If your request meets the criteria of a seller, the seller will submit an offer, which you can review and approve if it meets your needs.

To request a specific service:
  1. Once logged in, click on your profile picture and choose Post a Request from the drop-down menu.
  2. In the description area, write what you are searching for.
    For example, if you are looking for a logo, you can specify your company name, business type, preferred color, etc. If you'd like, you can attach a file.
    Note: You can only attach files up to 1 GB.
  3. Select the category and subcategory of your request.
    For example, if you are looking for a logo, you should choose "Logo Design" within the "Graphics & Design" category.
    Note: In some categories, you may be asked to provide additional information (criteria).
  4. Select when you would like your service delivered once you place your order.
    You can select 24 Hours, 3 Days, 7 Days, or select Other and specify a delivery time between 1 and 90 days.
  5. Enter your budget for the service you are requesting.
  6. Click Post.

    Your request will be labeled Pending until Fiverr approves it. If your request is not approved, it will be labeled Unapproved and you will get an email explaining why it wasn't approved.   You can also review our article Tips to create a Buyer Request for more information on this. 

    Note: once submitted a Buyer Request cannot be edited, it can only be deleted.

How do I manage the offers I'm getting to my Buyer Request?

You thought out your needs, placed a concise request with all the information clearly stated, and you were respectful in your request.
 
Now the bids start coming in. What do you do?
  • First, eliminate the ones from sellers you know did not read your request. You want sellers who show they understand your needs, addressed how they can help solve them, and shared experience to back that up.
  • Second, visit the sellers you think have merit. Read their reviews, study their Gigs, and if you like them, favorite them by clicking on the heart icon found on the top right corner of their Gigs.  
     
Continue this process until you have a handful of potential candidates. From here, you have two options. Option one is to message the sellers and find out more about how they can help, what it will cost, and what samples they have if not already provided. Option two is to order $5 basic Gigs from each seller as a test. See what the experience is with each, and choose your preferred seller.
 
If you are still getting flooded with bids, you can pause your request. You do not have to make a decision or respond to each proposal as they come in. 
 
How do I manage my Buyer Requests?

Tools to manage your requests: 

  1. Once logged in, click on your profile picture and choose the option Manage Requests from the drop-down menu.
  2. If your request is approved, in the Action drop-down list, you can select:
  • Pause if you want to pause your request due to too many offers, for example.
  • Boost if you want to push your request to the top of the list of requests.  This is done by updating the date of the request to be the "Boost" date. You can boost each approved request only once. The label, "Boosted," will appear next to your request if you select this action.
  • Delete if you want to remove your request.

Note: Buyer requests with no new activity (i.e., new offers or boosting) will expire after 14 days.

  1. If your request is approved, and sellers have sent their bids, click Review Offers.
    You will see the number of offers your request has received so far next to the button. 
  2. To sort your offers by date, price, delivery time, ratings, or reviews, click the Sort Offers by drop-down list.
  3. To accept a Gig, click Order Now
    If you wish to review the seller's profile prior to purchasing, click on their username.  This will take you to the seller's Gig page, where you can find more information about the seller.
    If you would like to communicate with the seller before ordering, click on contact me.

    Note: To remove an offer, click Remove Offer. This will allow you to see more offers in place of the offers you remove.
The possible Buyer Request statuses are:
  • Active: This means your Gig request is available and can be viewed by sellers as an active request. 
  • Paused: This means your Gig request is not active and not available to sellers. For example, if you have enough offers on your request, you can pause your request.
  • Pending: Once you submit a request, the status is pending until Fiverr approves it.
  • Unapproved: If your request doesn't meet the proper criteria from our content team, it will be labeled Unapproved.

 

The above has nothing to do with what the guy asked about. But, nice copy/paste job there.

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2 hours ago, genuineguidance said:

Why regurgitate what has already been discussed? Do a search on the forums and you will find plenty of threads outlining how to write an effective buyer's request reply.

These sort of posts just clutter up an already messy forum.

The information is already out there for those who have the initiative to find it.

GG

A common misconception about 'what has already been discussed' is that to a new user it has not 'already been discussed.' When referring to "other posts" as a source of information you should include a link to that source. Otherwise you are the clutterer, not the questioner. Please and Thank you.

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19 minutes ago, timothykoen said:

When referring to "other posts" as a source of information you should include a link to that source.

So, I am supposed to do the leg work for newbies to the forum? They cannot figure out how to use the SEARCH function?

How about you, Mr New to the Site do their grunt work and hand out links to the same discussions over and over. I see you have not been on the forum long, so, you have not seen that I do indeed hand out links when necessary.

So, you seem to be cluttering this post with an attack on me.

Shoo fly.

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23 hours ago, anas_munir_01 said:

How can we get order from Buyer Request?

Firstly, read thoroughly what the Buyer needs. Now you can send a BR If you can do a great job fulfilling the Buyer requirements. When you send a BR do not use copy-past offers. If the Buyer is impressed with your offer, then the Buyer will send you an order.

 

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1 hour ago, timothykoen said:

A common misconception about 'what has already been discussed' is that to a new user it has not 'already been discussed.' When referring to "other posts" as a source of information you should include a link to that source. Otherwise you are the clutterer, not the questioner. Please and Thank you.

Thanks for your words, Mate!

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