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On 7/17/2021 at 6:52 AM, creativekamrul5 said:

Hi all.. can I share my link on fiverr forum for get suggestions? If I share my gig link What effect will this have?

You are only supposed to share your Gig link in the "My Fiverr Gigs" category - some share there Gig link in "Improve My Gig" as well.

If you think sharing your Gig link on the forums is going to get you impressions or sales, you may want to rethink your strategy.

Most people in the forum are sellers, not buyers.

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Go to forum first page and find pinned topic Community Standards and Forum Rules 2021 topic. 

You’ll find the answer in paragraph 6 and 7.

Spend some time with reading and searching before you ask question.

Thank you! 

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8 minutes ago, arif__pro said:

As a new seller on fiverr , I  really don't know the TOS  details of fiverr too well. I want to share my Gig link  in forum. but don't know Is it legal or not?

No, it's not legal, the police will come and get you. 👮‍♂️👮‍♀️🚓

Jokes aside, welcome on Fiverr and the forum, and feel free to read as well the ToS of the main site (find the link in the main site's footer; most importantly, as you don't want to get a warning or ban, probably, and Fiverr won't let "I didn't know/didn't read the ToS yet" count, since you accepted them when creating your account), as the forum Standards & Rules, your question is answered in §6, but if you check it already, you can read the other §§ too, to avoid the police showing up at your door for some other reason 😉 :

 

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On 8/6/2021 at 5:37 PM, f_polash said:

NO,its not allowed.if you share your gig in fiverr forum then you will get a threat from fiverr forum moderator and will happen trouble your account.

Sorry @f_polash, but...
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Read this👇

On 8/6/2021 at 5:35 PM, ahmwritingco said:

You can link to your gig in your own thread in the Improve My Gig and the My Fiverr Gigs sections.

And this 👇

On 8/6/2021 at 5:47 PM, miiila said:

your question is answered in §6, but if you check it already, you can read the other §§ too, to avoid the police showing up at your door for some other reason 😉 :

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15 minutes ago, lloydsolutions said:

Posting your Fiverr link is only allowed in the following categories:

Improve My Gig if you want help and My Fiverr Gigs to advertise. 

Hi, @lloydsolutions. You're an awesome guy. I don't know you. But your helpful instruction in a quicker way always inspiring me. Thanks for your such kindness! Bunch of love from my core of heart.

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Hey Andy, good questions!@imagination7413can perhaps provide better insight but rest assured you're not on the naughty list so to speak. You'd know if you were.

The amount of posts / messages you're allowed is based on your reputation score (not forum badge) as far as I'm aware. The goal is to prevent spam. I'm not saying your posts are spam, just that that is the goal of limiting new forum users. In time as your reputation grows so will your ability to post / message.

As for displaying URLs / phone numbers / things sellers shouldn't, or admitting practices that breach ToS, you should always use the report button on the message. These shouldn't be appearing, it's not allowed, but frankly it's hard to always find or prevent these (much like gigs on the Fiverr main site that break ToS). Additionally, you can always flag the profile to myself or another mod in a message and we can take a look and issue a warning which hopefully drives corrective action. I'd also say that you can flag these to CS who will (I expect) with the Trust and Safety team review the issue and take action.

FYI there are two kinds of mods in addition to the forum admin @mjensen415. There are regular Fiverr sellers like myself, @imagination7413 and @frank_dto name a few that do this as volunteers. Whilst we have some powers to warn users, hide posts and issue awards or extra points for helpful content to name a few we have no special powers to escalate issues. There are also some Fiverr staff members here such as @Lenawho help keep the forum on track / in good shape and would (I expect) have more powers than volunteers such as me.

@Lena @mjensen415please correct me if I'm wrong on any of this!

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as a mod, may I ask why I'm limited to five posts and private message per day,, when it seems like others have the freedom to post loads of nonsense; have I upset the system with my perspectives? I see no account warnings on my profile page, so I'm wondering what gives and if I've made it to a naughty list! 

As to your first question, it's because those accounts joined the forum before the post limit was imposed. I'll admit that I don't know the exact criteria, but I do recall @vickieito wrote about outlasting the limitation. 

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Another question for the mod team: how come some forum users get away with displaying URLs, personal web address and phone numbers in their header image, and others openly admit to having two accounts, or breaching core terms: what repercussions are there for this, and do the mods have the ability to escalate breaches like that to admins of the main site? If so, I've got to wonder why some people here are still allowed to sell when they've got links here, and in their gigs. Seems a bit backwards to me, especially so if Fiverr are working to cleaning the site of low quality sellers and scammers. 

As to the second, I have been issuing warnings when I come across external contact info in a profile, but as @williambryan392 mentioned, we are limited in what we can do. I have to pass on a link to the profiles to one of the forum staff who does have editing permissions. 

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Hi All!

@williambryan392 you are not wrong on any of it. 

We do try to prevent spamming, plagiarizing, personal ads, external links, etc. as much as we can, but those things should always be reported thus allowing us to act accordingly. Please report any of these issues and we'll take it from there. 

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On 11/15/2022 at 8:35 AM, imagination7413 said:

I'll admit that I don't know the exact criteria, but I do recall @vickieito wrote about outlasting the limitation. 

Several months ago, I was a Grand Master, had 5,000 reputation points, zero warnings, over 1,000 posts AND was still limited to 5 posts a day (including private messages). I didn't like it because some people thought I was purposely ignoring their posts when I couldn't respond to them for 24 hours or more. Especially if I didn't post for the day due to private messages. And there was one incident when the thread exploded and I couldn't defend myself because I was post-limited. I considered leaving the forum because of it.

If we are post-limited, I'd at least like some sort of badge/label so that others on the forum understand when you can and can't respond.

On 11/15/2022 at 8:35 AM, imagination7413 said:

As to your first question, it's because those accounts joined the forum before the post limit was imposed.

On 11/15/2022 at 7:58 AM, williambryan392 said:

The amount of posts / messages you're allowed is based on your reputation score (not forum badge) as far as I'm aware.

I'm not sure about that. I did research a lot of profiles on the forum to see why they didn't have a post limit and I did.  I saw newbie profiles (less than 30 days old) with very little reputation points that had unlimited posting. I thought it was because of seller level but I found that wasn't the case. Nothing was consistent and it looks like reputation points alone isn't the deciding factor. So I really didn't know why they could have unlimited posts when I couldn't.

However, I'm glad that I couldn't crack the code to figure out how to get unlimited posts (there are many who would immediately take advantage of this if this were the case). It was awesome when I could finally make unlimited posts! Each post used to be mini-essays because I wanted to fit in as much as I could in each post. Now I don't have to do that. 😊

On 11/15/2022 at 9:46 AM, Lena said:

Please report any of these issues and we'll take it from there.

I can attest to the fact that reports are taken seriously on the forum. I spend a lot of time flagging posts and those flags are looked at. The m0ds do a great job keeping the forum clean. You can also tag a m0d if you want to alert them quicker to a specific post (as @williambryan392 mentions). You can request a m0d to "lock" or close a thread if it's getting too spammy. 

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