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17 hours ago, mehran_hussain said:

TIPS FOR SENDING OFFERS TO BUYER REQUESTS:

  • Check for Buyer Requests frequently
  • Don't send offer if you're not 100% sure.
  • Put the price and delivery time as low as possible to attract client.
  • You may have to do a $50 job in $20 but go for it.
  • Write proposal by starting with the name of buyer.
  • Make sure to give unlimited revisions.

Okay, Thank you alot.

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The tips are very helpful and 100% relevant. But wouldn't unlimited revision make buyers to bring in unnecessary corrections that could strain you especially if you have many orders on the queue?

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17 hours ago, shadiya646 said:

Lower delivery time Isn't a good idea never. By this if you can't able to deliver there will be create a bad impact on the buyer mind about you. So never take short time for deliver (If the buyer has no time rush) 

Yes, She is Right.

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On 7/24/2021 at 3:28 AM, mehran_hussain said:

TIPS FOR SENDING OFFERS TO BUYER REQUESTS:

  • Check for Buyer Requests frequently
  • Don't send offer if you're not 100% sure.
  • Put the price and delivery time as low as possible to attract client.
  • You may have to do a $50 job in $20 but go for it.
  • Write proposal by starting with the name of buyer.
  • Make sure to give unlimited revisions.

Thank You so much you cover all my questions that I want to ask. i got all my answers. 

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On 7/24/2021 at 11:15 AM, shaamim said:

Pretty good advice but I don't like buyer request.

Get an order by request just need good luck and psychology match in client in your offer.

Actually In the start you have to send buyer requests but once your gig got some ranking you have no need to send buyer requests daily. You will automatically gets order on daily basis.

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On 7/24/2021 at 11:16 AM, shadiya646 said:

Why? If I qualified in my work then why should I lower my price? 

Lower delivery time Isn't a good idea never. By this if you can't able to deliver there will be create a bad impact on the buyer mind about you. So never take short time for deliver (If the buyer has no time rush) 

Dear Mam,

I have written AS LOW AS POSSIBLE. So, It doesn't mean that you have to work only on low cost.

I tried to explain that the people who have just started as seller on fiverr must minimize their profit in the start and make their completion time short. Every seller must know how much minimum time and cost project will take so they will do it accordinly.

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On 7/24/2021 at 6:18 PM, malaysaha1993 said:

Why? If I qualified in my work then why should I lower my price? 

Its my personal experience. You can try to send offers with higher price and also with lower price. Then you may come to know what's the best.

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On 7/25/2021 at 4:19 AM, juan_adulf said:

The tips are very helpful and 100% relevant. But wouldn't unlimited revision make buyers to bring in unnecessary corrections that could strain you especially if you have many orders on the queue?

I always offer unlimited revisions because I always do respect what my buyer wants. 

Even I do the revisions if order is already marked and rated just to make a positive impact on my buyer.

 

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On 7/24/2021 at 4:28 AM, mehran_hussain said:

TIPS FOR SENDING OFFERS TO BUYER REQUESTS:

  • Check for Buyer Requests frequently
  • Don't send offer if you're not 100% sure.
  • Put the price and delivery time as low as possible to attract client.
  • You may have to do a $50 job in $20 but go for it.
  • Write proposal by starting with the name of buyer.
  • Make sure to give unlimited revisions.

I am already following all these things ...and almost send 140+ buyer request . But didn't get any order. My all gigs rank on 1 or 2 page

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On 7/24/2021 at 4:28 AM, mehran_hussain said:

TIPS FOR SENDING OFFERS TO BUYER REQUESTS:

  • Check for Buyer Requests frequently
  • Don't send offer if you're not 100% sure.
  • Put the price and delivery time as low as possible to attract client.
  • You may have to do a $50 job in $20 but go for it.
  • Write proposal by starting with the name of buyer.
  • Make sure to give unlimited revisions.

Thanks bro for your valuable advice. I was really looking for something that will help me to sent buyer request properly

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On 7/24/2021 at 4:28 AM, mehran_hussain said:

TIPS FOR SENDING OFFERS TO BUYER REQUESTS:

  • Check for Buyer Requests frequently
  • Don't send offer if you're not 100% sure.
  • Put the price and delivery time as low as possible to attract client.
  • You may have to do a $50 job in $20 but go for it.
  • Write proposal by starting with the name of buyer.
  • Make sure to give unlimited revisions.

well said, thanks Brother.

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4 hours ago, mehran_hussain said:

I always offer unlimited revisions because I always do respect what my buyer wants. 

Even I do the revisions if the order is already marked and rated just to make a positive impact on my buyer.

 

I understand your point, but most buyers abuse that opportunity and my take is that it could land you in trouble somehow. Most importantly, I highlighted that it could be tough when you have multiple orders. 

Like I bidded for a job last year via BR and for the reason that I needed to land that deal, I added the unlimited revision option, and of course, bidded lower than normal. But after I finished writing the book for this client (fiction book) he got back to me with numerous revisions at intervals to add different scenes and actions that weren't included in the previous outline. On every delivery, he kept asking for an addition; would have been easier if he had minor changes to implement but he just had many unnecessary additions to fuse In. I called to his notice politely that those weren't in our initial outline, and at this point, I had written 35k words off the proposed 20k words he paid for and designed a free book cover for him. I told him to send the last revision and added the last things he wanted and sent. Immediately, I sent it, he accepted the book and gave me one very annoying review. I reported to CS with the whole of our chat, but to my disappointment, they told me that every buyer is entitled to their opinion and experience they had with my services even when his review was false. I just took it and continued. 

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On 7/24/2021 at 4:28 AM, mehran_hussain said:

TIPS FOR SENDING OFFERS TO BUYER REQUESTS:

  • Check for Buyer Requests frequently
  • Don't send offer if you're not 100% sure.
  • Put the price and delivery time as low as possible to attract client.
  • You may have to do a $50 job in $20 but go for it.
  • Write proposal by starting with the name of buyer.
  • Make sure to give unlimited revisions.

I think this is very helpful for me and new user. Thanks a lot for shearing.

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