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Fiverr basic English test skill does not appear on profile


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1 hour ago, vickiespencer said:

It seems to me that Fiverr stopped posting the skills tests scores? In all your searches @gina_riley2, do you still see them?

Actually, I've never paid any attention to it! 😆

If they have awful gigs, who cares about some score on a random test with answers posted on YouTube. 😉

When was the last time you heard anyone say they bought a gig because the seller had a high score?

I think newbies concentrate on wrong stuff.

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20 minutes ago, gina_riley2 said:

Actually, I've never paid any attention to it! 😆

If they have awful gigs, who cares about some score on a random test with answers posted on YouTube. 😉

When was the last time you heard anyone say they bought a gig because the seller had a high score?

I think newbies concentrate on wrong stuff.

True.

Saw a Level two seller the other day.

She had not taken any skill test or any courses but yet she were a level two seller.

My point is that skill test and badges do not make a difference

My own opinion: I only look at the profile description.

 

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17 hours ago, gina_riley2 said:

Don't worry about it. No one cares or even looks at your test scores.

Buyers only care you have great gig, profile, and well written, grammatically correct instructions.

Concentrate on catchy gigs.

Thank you very much 

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13 hours ago, srennielsen said:

True.

Saw a Level two seller the other day.

She had not taken any skill test or any courses but yet she were a level two seller.

My point is that skill test and badges do not make a difference

My own opinion: I only look at the profile description.

 

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9 minutes ago, gina_riley2 said:

Actually, I've never paid any attention to it! 😆

If they have awful gigs, who cares about some score on a random test with answers posted on YouTube. 😉

When was the last time you heard anyone say they bought a gig because the seller had a high score?

I think newbies concentrate on wrong stuff.

Your suggestion will help us to focus on the right stuff. Thanks for your valuable time and post.

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