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The forum is full of new sellers posting anything at all in the hope that in some way this will get them orders.

In fact this may be the end of their chances of ever getting an order.

Many buyers read the forum posts, and they are looking for a professional service.

If a years old post has been dug up, and lots of people are mindlessly offering ridiculous congratulations to a user who is no longer on the forum, you can be sure that no buyer will buy from any of them.

Buyers are looking for someone who pays attention to detail, who seems competent and sensible, and can spell the word Fiverr correctly.

Think carefully before you post. Every post says something about you.

If you post irrelevant nonsense, and terrible spelling of words that are staring you in the face, buyers will be put off.

They will just move on to buy from someone else who can spell Fiverr correctly, and understand what they are posting about.

Read and understand the previous posts, think about your answer, and then reply!

Don't let your words destroy your freelancing career!

Good luck! 🙂

 

 

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20 hours ago, lloydsolutions said:

The forum is full of new sellers posting anything at all in the hope that in some way this will get them orders.

In fact this may be the end of their chances of ever getting an order.

Many buyers read the forum posts, and they are looking for a professional service.

If a years old post has been dug up, and lots of people are mindlessly offering ridiculous congratulations to a user who is no longer on the forum, you can be sure that no buyer will buy from any of them.

Buyers are looking for someone who pays attention to detail, who seems competent and sensible, and can spell the word Fiverr correctly.

Think carefully before you post. Every post says something about you.

If you post irrelevant nonsense, and terrible spelling of words that are staring you in the face, buyers will be put off.

They will just move on to buy from someone else who can spell Fiverr correctly, and understand what they are posting about.

Read and understand the previous posts, think about your answer, and then reply!

Don't let your words destroy your freelancing career!

Good luck! 🙂

 

 

Thanks for sharing man ! 

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