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If you want to build trust for buyers, you need to first have a review to get more clients to order your gig.

Something that can be done to fix this is to get someone to review your gig for you.

You may ask a Friend to purchase your service and review your Gig with 5 stars and an amazingly written review as I have seen most of the people doing this before but do remember this that this is actually against Fiverr’s Terms and Conditions. I’d recommend you to not do this more than once, or might as well just never do it since that doesn’t sound like a good idea to me.

I’d generally recommend you to go with doing buyer requests every day and you will definitely get a buyer to contact you and buy your gig if you are doing things correctly.

When you have a review on the gig, your profile looks populated with some content and you become a rated seller. I recommend doing the best you can with your first order.

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1 hour ago, sajib_1312 said:

do remember this that this is actually against Fiverr’s Terms and Conditions. I’d recommend you to not do this more than once

You advise something of which you know is against ToS but in order to get away with it you recommend doing it only once? Advising with something that's against the rules (whilst consciously knowing this) is the most ridiculous advice I've seen on this platform...

Let alone the fact you tell people to instill trust by actually doing the exact opposite and acquire it through deceiving potential buyers. Hello contradiction but ok 💀

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1 hour ago, sajib_1312 said:

You may ask a Friend to purchase your service and review your Gig with 5 stars and an amazingly written review as I have seen most of the people doing this before but do remember this that this is actually against Fiverr’s Terms and Conditions. I’d recommend you to not do this more than once, or might as well just never do it since that doesn’t sound like a good idea to me.

Then why even mention hassling family/friends/relatives to AstroTurf your profile with disingenuous orders and reviews?!

Is the next tip going to be to join one of the multitude of horrendous Facebook groups that buy/sell orders and reviews to give a deceitful and desperate seller an artificial head start?

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