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13 hours ago, newsmike said:

I think that may be true for some, absolutely. But you cannot speak for the entire crop of new sellers. Many of them may try, but are clearly exaggerating their skill set, cannot communicate properly and break TOS. 

that also can happen with rated seller, don't it?

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54 minutes ago, seo_aoyon said:

that also can happen with rated seller, don't it?

If a "rated" ( I think you mean experienced) seller was exxagerating his skills, he would have a lot of bad reviews, so it would be obvious, right?  With a new seller no way to tell. 

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3 minutes ago, newsmike said:

If a "rated" ( I think you mean experienced) seller was exxagerating his skills, he would have a lot of bad reviews, so it would be obvious, right?  With a new seller no way to tell. 

some of the rated sellers has negative review too.

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It's always a gamble to choose a new seller, sometimes that gamble certainly pays off, I've been the first buyer to give a new seller her first gig, a punt which turned out to be a fantastic result and a continued relationship throughout a project over a few purchases, every time my review was able to include an example from the gig which boosted her profile to now she's quite busy and I'm very happy for her. That time the punt, the gamble paid off for both parties, however that was the exception, not the rule as I've been burnt far more times to now I'm extremely wary.

The advice I can give to a New Seller is have a consistent gig, consistency is key, I cannot stress this enough. If it's art, then make it be clear that the art is all from the same artist, if the drawings are all of wildly different from each-other with some being high-resolution, others being tiny and stretched out, then the only fair assumption that can be made is the seller dragged a bunch of pictures from Google Images they liked onto the profile without any care for rhyme or reason. I understand that if the art is legitimate and different styles are wished to be shown then that is tricky, but I've seen many good examples where they're collated into a montage picture with text underneath each outlining the style, then posting them separately for closer inspection.
Remember that reverse-image search is a thing, I can easily take an image uploaded and it look it up to see where the source is and if it's from some wallpaper site then I'm going to have more red flags than a Lifeguard Supply Shop.
Don't lie, don't steal, be truthful in what you can and cannot do.

That's all before the text, calling oneself an expert, using words like "extraordinary" whilst having   double  spaces  in the description sends very mixed messages.
Also once contact is made, if out of the gate I'm called a "sir" then I'm more often than not tempted to drop it right there, this is why I rarely use the Request function any more, it's all just copy and paste spam.

Being a new seller is very hard, I don't envy that position and it requires a mix of hard work with luck to break out of it, but never ever lie.

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Being a new seller is not an easy thing to see success. When you do something on Fiverr, you have to think twice if you are a new seller. Do you guys know the word 'infollution'? It means Information Pollution. If you are a new seller on this platform, you can find lots of information on social media and especially Youtube. Having a huge amount of knowledge doesn't mean that you will be a successful seller, on the contrary, it makes you worse. While some are saying that '’use keywords'’ related to your service, others are constantly saying that ‘'you don't have to use keywords'’, it is not as important as you think.

I just wanted to give a simple example about information pollution, it doesn't have to be the same topic, you can find another problem with that. So, what would you do in this situation? 

This is terrible man. 

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Seller choice is a very important thing for the buyer, I know every buyer wants her project completely well done in a good condition. But never suppose every new seller is not an expert. There are lots of people has successfully local business or client but they are want to start on Fiverr, now he can't jump top-rated seller he will start from a new seller. Thank you for your spend of valuable time.

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On 8/15/2021 at 11:18 PM, servicestore85 said:

You should follow every top-rated seller who was a new seller once a time. New sellers always try to make you 100% satisfied and take a small amount cause they need to grow their account. But if you do not filter new sellers you will get a bad experience with them. You should check his experience level, his behavior, communication, and previous work. If you can find an expert new seller you will get proper support for your project and spend a little buck.

Here are some tips for finding expert new seller-

1. Expert new seller always have good communication skill

2. Seller understand what you need

3. Seller will provide his previous work and showcase his expertise

4. Seller will never focus on budget, he will focus on doing your project

You need to always check new expertise either you will experience a bad situation. But never suppose every new seller is a fraud and not an expert. There are lots of people has successfully local business or client but they are want to start on Fiverr, now he can't jump top-rated seller he will start from a new seller.

Thank you so much for this post but I think as a new seller he need to prove himself/herself by their good communication so they have proper skill for this job. Also a new seller can show their some of previous work or some practice project  so that their buyer can trust them. Most of new seller work with many local client so every new seller not new on their skill only new on fiverr so as a buyer also need to give chance to new seller. 

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On 8/15/2021 at 11:18 PM, servicestore85 said:

You should follow every top-rated seller who was a new seller once a time. New sellers always try to make you 100% satisfied and take a small amount cause they need to grow their account. But if you do not filter new sellers you will get a bad experience with them. You should check his experience level, his behavior, communication, and previous work. If you can find an expert new seller you will get proper support for your project and spend a little buck.

Here are some tips for finding expert new seller-

1. Expert new seller always have good communication skill

2. Seller understand what you need

3. Seller will provide his previous work and showcase his expertise

4. Seller will never focus on budget, he will focus on doing your project

You need to always check new expertise either you will experience a bad situation. But never suppose every new seller is a fraud and not an expert. There are lots of people has successfully local business or client but they are want to start on Fiverr, now he can't jump top-rated seller he will start from a new seller.

Thanks Nice Information

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On 9/19/2021 at 9:19 AM, mahmud_nabi said:

New sellers provide Quality work with  reasonable price to build up their career in Fiverr. 

You need to read upon the current problems with many, many new sellers who are unskilled yet claim to be experts. There is no way you can make such a broad statement, other than wishful thinking. 

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