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On 9/5/2021 at 11:27 PM, smashradio said:

So you just got started on Fiverr. You want advice on how to rank your gig quickly. You see all the tips from other sellers, like "be online", "just wait and pray", "be active on the forum", and "share on social media". 

But are you actually checking if the advice you're following comes from people who are already successful

If the advice comes from someone with zero reviews who've been on Fiverr for a month without getting orders, can you even trust their advice to be good? Of course, you can't. 

If you don't want to risk wasting your time on lousy advice, here's what you need to do: 

  1. Check if the seller who gave the advice is actually thriving on Fiverr. This usually means that they are a Top Rated, Pro, or even Level 2 seller. 
  2. Do your research. Don't trust the advice you read blindly. 
  3. Start thinking for yourself: make a strategy and learn the skills you need to implement it. 

Why? Because the examples I mentioned at the beginning are all lies, told, recycled, re-told, copy/pasted. And they don't work! 

Yet you'll see the same "tips" posted over and over again by pretenders who haven't managed to become successful themselves. Why would you trust their advice if the "tips" they give clearly aren't working for them? 

Here's some real advice you can implement – but they only work if you're good at what you do. If you're misrepresenting your skills, these won't work. 

  • Do market research to figure out who your customers are, why they need help, and how you can solve their problems. 
  • Create an outstanding gig showcasing why you're the right person to help them, and back it up with actual knowledge. 
  • Invest in your business: hire someone professional to design your gig thumbnails (unless you're a designer), hire a writer to help you with your gig description (unless you're a writer), hire analysts to help you gain valuable insight into the market you're entering, and produce a professional gig video explaining about what you do and why the buyer should order from you. 
  • Set realistic goals, and don't overpromise. It's better to underpromise and overdeliver. 
  • Don't offer unlimited revisions, and don't sell your services for five dollars. It opens the door to bad buyers and challenging experiences. If you've come this far, you're worth more than that. 
  • Take courses in customer care to gain more than a basic understanding of how you communicate with your clients. 
  • Keep working on improving your skills in whatever niche you belong to. 
  • Treat all your buyers like they are VIPs – but only as long as they treat you with respect and courtesy. 
  • Answer messages quickly but thoroughly. Be sure to learn as much as you can about a project before accepting it, so you have a clear outline of what your work entails. 
  • Be friendly, but not too personal. Avoid terms like "dear", "bro", "mate", and "friend". It's a business, not a social club. Treat it that way. 
  • Know that there are no shortcuts to success. Work hard, but smart. Deliver outstanding quality and service to your buyers. It will make your buyers happy, ensuring you get positive reviews and positive hidden feedback. That will, in turn, increase your chances of ranking high and climbing the levels on Fiverr. 
  • Make sure to keep your buyers updated during the order. It helps the buyer feel like they are in safe hands. 
  • Don't be afraid of asking questions. If you're not 100% sure about something, it's better to ask the buyer than to make a mistake. 
  • Deliver on time, every time. Give yourself time to complete orders. If you offer 24 hour delivery time, that means you shouldn't need more than 12 hours to complete the order. If you need more, your delivery time should be set to 2 days. Delivering early and ahead of schedule has the added bonus of impressing your buyer. 
  • Praying will (most likely) not affect your gig ranking. Sure, do it if you want to pray, but don't count on it to work. That's not how business is conducted. 

So - to recap:

vetting the people that give you advice is essential. Please don't listen to people who can't even succeed themselves. Listen to the ones that have real success and who can prove it. Pretenders won't make it in the brutal world of freelancing. Don't be one of them: stand out from the crowd by doing something you're good at. 

There are no shortcuts to success. 

Very well articulate.... Thank you for stating facts. I hope people follow them through.

There is no shortcut to success... You have to invest in yourself and your skills.

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On 9/6/2021 at 2:27 AM, smashradio said:

So you just got started on Fiverr. You want advice on how to rank your gig quickly. You see all the tips from other sellers, like "be online", "just wait and pray", "be active on the forum", and "share on social media". 

But are you actually checking if the advice you're following comes from people who are already successful

If the advice comes from someone with zero reviews who've been on Fiverr for a month without getting orders, can you even trust their advice to be good? Of course, you can't. 

If you don't want to risk wasting your time on lousy advice, here's what you need to do: 

  1. Check if the seller who gave the advice is actually thriving on Fiverr. This usually means that they are a Top Rated, Pro, or even Level 2 seller. 
  2. Do your research. Don't trust the advice you read blindly. 
  3. Start thinking for yourself: make a strategy and learn the skills you need to implement it. 

Why? Because the examples I mentioned at the beginning are all lies, told, recycled, re-told, copy/pasted. And they don't work! 

Yet you'll see the same "tips" posted over and over again by pretenders who haven't managed to become successful themselves. Why would you trust their advice if the "tips" they give clearly aren't working for them? 

Here's some real advice you can implement – but they only work if you're good at what you do. If you're misrepresenting your skills, these won't work. 

  • Do market research to figure out who your customers are, why they need help, and how you can solve their problems. 
  • Create an outstanding gig showcasing why you're the right person to help them, and back it up with actual knowledge. 
  • Invest in your business: hire someone professional to design your gig thumbnails (unless you're a designer), hire a writer to help you with your gig description (unless you're a writer), hire analysts to help you gain valuable insight into the market you're entering, and produce a professional gig video explaining about what you do and why the buyer should order from you. 
  • Set realistic goals, and don't overpromise. It's better to underpromise and overdeliver. 
  • Don't offer unlimited revisions, and don't sell your services for five dollars. It opens the door to bad buyers and challenging experiences. If you've come this far, you're worth more than that. 
  • Take courses in customer care to gain more than a basic understanding of how you communicate with your clients. 
  • Keep working on improving your skills in whatever niche you belong to. 
  • Treat all your buyers like they are VIPs – but only as long as they treat you with respect and courtesy. 
  • Answer messages quickly but thoroughly. Be sure to learn as much as you can about a project before accepting it, so you have a clear outline of what your work entails. 
  • Be friendly, but not too personal. Avoid terms like "dear", "bro", "mate", and "friend". It's a business, not a social club. Treat it that way. 
  • Know that there are no shortcuts to success. Work hard, but smart. Deliver outstanding quality and service to your buyers. It will make your buyers happy, ensuring you get positive reviews and positive hidden feedback. That will, in turn, increase your chances of ranking high and climbing the levels on Fiverr. 
  • Make sure to keep your buyers updated during the order. It helps the buyer feel like they are in safe hands. 
  • Don't be afraid of asking questions. If you're not 100% sure about something, it's better to ask the buyer than to make a mistake. 
  • Deliver on time, every time. Give yourself time to complete orders. If you offer 24 hour delivery time, that means you shouldn't need more than 12 hours to complete the order. If you need more, your delivery time should be set to 2 days. Delivering early and ahead of schedule has the added bonus of impressing your buyer. 
  • Praying will (most likely) not affect your gig ranking. Sure, do it if you want to pray, but don't count on it to work. That's not how business is conducted. 

So - to recap:

vetting the people that give you advice is essential. Please don't listen to people who can't even succeed themselves. Listen to the ones that have real success and who can prove it. Pretenders won't make it in the brutal world of freelancing. Don't be one of them: stand out from the crowd by doing something you're good at. 

There are no shortcuts to success. 

very very Informative, thanks a lot sir.

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On 9/6/2021 at 2:27 AM, smashradio said:

So you just got started on Fiverr. You want advice on how to rank your gig quickly. You see all the tips from other sellers, like "be online", "just wait and pray", "be active on the forum", and "share on social media". 

But are you actually checking if the advice you're following comes from people who are already successful

If the advice comes from someone with zero reviews who've been on Fiverr for a month without getting orders, can you even trust their advice to be good? Of course, you can't. 

If you don't want to risk wasting your time on lousy advice, here's what you need to do: 

  1. Check if the seller who gave the advice is actually thriving on Fiverr. This usually means that they are a Top Rated, Pro, or even Level 2 seller. 
  2. Do your research. Don't trust the advice you read blindly. 
  3. Start thinking for yourself: make a strategy and learn the skills you need to implement it. 

Why? Because the examples I mentioned at the beginning are all lies, told, recycled, re-told, copy/pasted. And they don't work! 

Yet you'll see the same "tips" posted over and over again by pretenders who haven't managed to become successful themselves. Why would you trust their advice if the "tips" they give clearly aren't working for them? 

Here's some real advice you can implement – but they only work if you're good at what you do. If you're misrepresenting your skills, these won't work. 

  • Do market research to figure out who your customers are, why they need help, and how you can solve their problems. 
  • Create an outstanding gig showcasing why you're the right person to help them, and back it up with actual knowledge. 
  • Invest in your business: hire someone professional to design your gig thumbnails (unless you're a designer), hire a writer to help you with your gig description (unless you're a writer), hire analysts to help you gain valuable insight into the market you're entering, and produce a professional gig video explaining about what you do and why the buyer should order from you. 
  • Set realistic goals, and don't overpromise. It's better to underpromise and overdeliver. 
  • Don't offer unlimited revisions, and don't sell your services for five dollars. It opens the door to bad buyers and challenging experiences. If you've come this far, you're worth more than that. 
  • Take courses in customer care to gain more than a basic understanding of how you communicate with your clients. 
  • Keep working on improving your skills in whatever niche you belong to. 
  • Treat all your buyers like they are VIPs – but only as long as they treat you with respect and courtesy. 
  • Answer messages quickly but thoroughly. Be sure to learn as much as you can about a project before accepting it, so you have a clear outline of what your work entails. 
  • Be friendly, but not too personal. Avoid terms like "dear", "bro", "mate", and "friend". It's a business, not a social club. Treat it that way. 
  • Know that there are no shortcuts to success. Work hard, but smart. Deliver outstanding quality and service to your buyers. It will make your buyers happy, ensuring you get positive reviews and positive hidden feedback. That will, in turn, increase your chances of ranking high and climbing the levels on Fiverr. 
  • Make sure to keep your buyers updated during the order. It helps the buyer feel like they are in safe hands. 
  • Don't be afraid of asking questions. If you're not 100% sure about something, it's better to ask the buyer than to make a mistake. 
  • Deliver on time, every time. Give yourself time to complete orders. If you offer 24 hour delivery time, that means you shouldn't need more than 12 hours to complete the order. If you need more, your delivery time should be set to 2 days. Delivering early and ahead of schedule has the added bonus of impressing your buyer. 
  • Praying will (most likely) not affect your gig ranking. Sure, do it if you want to pray, but don't count on it to work. That's not how business is conducted. 

So - to recap:

vetting the people that give you advice is essential. Please don't listen to people who can't even succeed themselves. Listen to the ones that have real success and who can prove it. Pretenders won't make it in the brutal world of freelancing. Don't be one of them: stand out from the crowd by doing something you're good at. 

There are no shortcuts to success. 

really helpful tips thank you so much

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3 hours ago, newsmike said:

Buy AMC, the next GameStop. To>the>moon.

You think? I think movie theaters will only go down the drain from here, as more and more studios start releasing movies on streaming services on the premiere date. 

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On 9/6/2021 at 2:27 AM, smashradio said:

So you just got started on Fiverr. You want advice on how to rank your gig quickly. You see all the tips from other sellers, like "be online", "just wait and pray", "be active on the forum", and "share on social media". 

But are you actually checking if the advice you're following comes from people who are already successful

If the advice comes from someone with zero reviews who've been on Fiverr for a month without getting orders, can you even trust their advice to be good? Of course, you can't. 

If you don't want to risk wasting your time on lousy advice, here's what you need to do: 

  1. Check if the seller who gave the advice is actually thriving on Fiverr. This usually means that they are a Top Rated, Pro, or even Level 2 seller. 
  2. Do your research. Don't trust the advice you read blindly. 
  3. Start thinking for yourself: make a strategy and learn the skills you need to implement it. 

Why? Because the examples I mentioned at the beginning are all lies, told, recycled, re-told, copy/pasted. And they don't work! 

Yet you'll see the same "tips" posted over and over again by pretenders who haven't managed to become successful themselves. Why would you trust their advice if the "tips" they give clearly aren't working for them? 

Here's some real advice you can implement – but they only work if you're good at what you do. If you're misrepresenting your skills, these won't work. 

  • Do market research to figure out who your customers are, why they need help, and how you can solve their problems. 
  • Create an outstanding gig showcasing why you're the right person to help them, and back it up with actual knowledge. 
  • Invest in your business: hire someone professional to design your gig thumbnails (unless you're a designer), hire a writer to help you with your gig description (unless you're a writer), hire analysts to help you gain valuable insight into the market you're entering, and produce a professional gig video explaining about what you do and why the buyer should order from you. 
  • Set realistic goals, and don't overpromise. It's better to underpromise and overdeliver. 
  • Don't offer unlimited revisions, and don't sell your services for five dollars. It opens the door to bad buyers and challenging experiences. If you've come this far, you're worth more than that. 
  • Take courses in customer care to gain more than a basic understanding of how you communicate with your clients. 
  • Keep working on improving your skills in whatever niche you belong to. 
  • Treat all your buyers like they are VIPs – but only as long as they treat you with respect and courtesy. 
  • Answer messages quickly but thoroughly. Be sure to learn as much as you can about a project before accepting it, so you have a clear outline of what your work entails. 
  • Be friendly, but not too personal. Avoid terms like "dear", "bro", "mate", and "friend". It's a business, not a social club. Treat it that way. 
  • Know that there are no shortcuts to success. Work hard, but smart. Deliver outstanding quality and service to your buyers. It will make your buyers happy, ensuring you get positive reviews and positive hidden feedback. That will, in turn, increase your chances of ranking high and climbing the levels on Fiverr. 
  • Make sure to keep your buyers updated during the order. It helps the buyer feel like they are in safe hands. 
  • Don't be afraid of asking questions. If you're not 100% sure about something, it's better to ask the buyer than to make a mistake. 
  • Deliver on time, every time. Give yourself time to complete orders. If you offer 24 hour delivery time, that means you shouldn't need more than 12 hours to complete the order. If you need more, your delivery time should be set to 2 days. Delivering early and ahead of schedule has the added bonus of impressing your buyer. 
  • Praying will (most likely) not affect your gig ranking. Sure, do it if you want to pray, but don't count on it to work. That's not how business is conducted. 

So - to recap:

vetting the people that give you advice is essential. Please don't listen to people who can't even succeed themselves. Listen to the ones that have real success and who can prove it. Pretenders won't make it in the brutal world of freelancing. Don't be one of them: stand out from the crowd by doing something you're good at. 

There are no shortcuts to success. 

Thanks for sharing your advice. This is very helpful for a new seller like Me ...

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On 9/6/2021 at 2:27 AM, smashradio said:

So you just got started on Fiverr. You want advice on how to rank your gig quickly. You see all the tips from other sellers, like "be online", "just wait and pray", "be active on the forum", and "share on social media". 

But are you actually checking if the advice you're following comes from people who are already successful

If the advice comes from someone with zero reviews who've been on Fiverr for a month without getting orders, can you even trust their advice to be good? Of course, you can't. 

If you don't want to risk wasting your time on lousy advice, here's what you need to do: 

  1. Check if the seller who gave the advice is actually thriving on Fiverr. This usually means that they are a Top Rated, Pro, or even Level 2 seller. 
  2. Do your research. Don't trust the advice you read blindly. 
  3. Start thinking for yourself: make a strategy and learn the skills you need to implement it. 

Why? Because the examples I mentioned at the beginning are all lies, told, recycled, re-told, copy/pasted. And they don't work! 

Yet you'll see the same "tips" posted over and over again by pretenders who haven't managed to become successful themselves. Why would you trust their advice if the "tips" they give clearly aren't working for them? 

Here's some real advice you can implement – but they only work if you're good at what you do. If you're misrepresenting your skills, these won't work. 

  • Do market research to figure out who your customers are, why they need help, and how you can solve their problems. 
  • Create an outstanding gig showcasing why you're the right person to help them, and back it up with actual knowledge. 
  • Invest in your business: hire someone professional to design your gig thumbnails (unless you're a designer), hire a writer to help you with your gig description (unless you're a writer), hire analysts to help you gain valuable insight into the market you're entering, and produce a professional gig video explaining about what you do and why the buyer should order from you. 
  • Set realistic goals, and don't overpromise. It's better to underpromise and overdeliver. 
  • Don't offer unlimited revisions, and don't sell your services for five dollars. It opens the door to bad buyers and challenging experiences. If you've come this far, you're worth more than that. 
  • Take courses in customer care to gain more than a basic understanding of how you communicate with your clients. 
  • Keep working on improving your skills in whatever niche you belong to. 
  • Treat all your buyers like they are VIPs – but only as long as they treat you with respect and courtesy. 
  • Answer messages quickly but thoroughly. Be sure to learn as much as you can about a project before accepting it, so you have a clear outline of what your work entails. 
  • Be friendly, but not too personal. Avoid terms like "dear", "bro", "mate", and "friend". It's a business, not a social club. Treat it that way. 
  • Know that there are no shortcuts to success. Work hard, but smart. Deliver outstanding quality and service to your buyers. It will make your buyers happy, ensuring you get positive reviews and positive hidden feedback. That will, in turn, increase your chances of ranking high and climbing the levels on Fiverr. 
  • Make sure to keep your buyers updated during the order. It helps the buyer feel like they are in safe hands. 
  • Don't be afraid of asking questions. If you're not 100% sure about something, it's better to ask the buyer than to make a mistake. 
  • Deliver on time, every time. Give yourself time to complete orders. If you offer 24 hour delivery time, that means you shouldn't need more than 12 hours to complete the order. If you need more, your delivery time should be set to 2 days. Delivering early and ahead of schedule has the added bonus of impressing your buyer. 
  • Praying will (most likely) not affect your gig ranking. Sure, do it if you want to pray, but don't count on it to work. That's not how business is conducted. 

So - to recap:

vetting the people that give you advice is essential. Please don't listen to people who can't even succeed themselves. Listen to the ones that have real success and who can prove it. Pretenders won't make it in the brutal world of freelancing. Don't be one of them: stand out from the crowd by doing something you're good at. 

There are no shortcuts to success. 

Great! Thanks a lot.

I never follow those type of false advices. I think sellers should have the ability to understand good and evil.

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1 hour ago, smashradio said:

You think? I think movie theaters will only go down the drain from here, as more and more studios start releasing movies on streaming services on the premiere date. 

https://www.fool.com/investing/2021/09/13/good-news-amc-disney-release-rest-2021-films/

There are still fans filling stadiums for games, even tough they can watch on TV. 

However, just like GameStop, AMC has nothing to do with fundamentals, There are millions of synthetic shares out there, because the shorts have way overleveraged themselves. So when they are called, they will have to pay for hundreds of millions of shares that don't exist. 

https://www.reddit.com/r/amcstock/

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On 9/13/2021 at 11:33 AM, smashradio said:

You think? I think movie theaters will only go down the drain from here, as more and more studios start releasing movies on streaming services on the premiere date. 

It depends on the country. Here in Latin American, studios are forcing people to go back to theaters. “Only on Cinemas”. Movies that are already available on streaming services in US or Europe, are only available on cinemas here, for at least three months.

Let's add the fact that cinemas are horrible here. They only offer dubbed movies, no subtitles, and the sound is terrible, there are around 30 speakers in the room, yet only the 3 to 5 on the front are working. But people are going. So. here cinemas are going up again.

BTW, Tnks 4 chering dis awsom tips!

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