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Here's a checklist: 

  1. Do lots of research about the niche you want to sell in. Is it in demand? Do you truly have the skills to offer something unique? 
  2. Create a proper business plan. What makes your service unique and better than the competition? How will you showcase those skills and advantages to potential buyers? How will you design and create gig thumbnails that shine? Write excellent, high-converting gig descriptions? 
  3. Put your business plan into action
  4. Make sure to always under-promise and over-deliver. impress the hell out of your buyers, every time. That means you need to learn customer service in addition to being good at what you do. 
  5. Constantly improve over time. Gain new skills, become even better at what you do and bring that talent to the table when a buyer comes along. 

If you tick all of those boxes and you're truly a top talent in your niche, you might get there in time. 

Running a business takes patience, skill, the will to improve, the ability to withstand long periods with no revenue. I'd say you should have enough money to live and cover all your costs for a year or more, before you attempt to go all in on freelancing. If  you decide to do this as a side-gig, don't expect much business. Fiverr rewards the best sellers on the platform. That means being one of the sellers that a) make your buyers happy, b) have them come back for more and c) earn Fiverr lots of money. If you're not doing that, don't expect to ever show up on the first page of the search results. 

To recap: 

  • Research. 
  • Plan. 
  • Act. 
  • Under-promise. 
  • Over-deliver. 
  • Impress. 
  • Improve. 
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14 hours ago, smashradio said:

Here's a checklist: 

  1. Do lots of research about the niche you want to sell in. Is it in demand? Do you truly have the skills to offer something unique? 
  2. Create a proper business plan. What makes your service unique and better than the competition? How will you showcase those skills and advantages to potential buyers? How will you design and create gig thumbnails that shine? Write excellent, high-converting gig descriptions? 
  3. Put your business plan into action
  4. Make sure to always under-promise and over-deliver. impress the hell out of your buyers, every time. That means you need to learn customer service in addition to being good at what you do. 
  5. Constantly improve over time. Gain new skills, become even better at what you do and bring that talent to the table when a buyer comes along. 

If you tick all of those boxes and you're truly a top talent in your niche, you might get there in time. 

Running a business takes patience, skill, the will to improve, the ability to withstand long periods with no revenue. I'd say you should have enough money to live and cover all your costs for a year or more, before you attempt to go all in on freelancing. If  you decide to do this as a side-gig, don't expect much business. Fiverr rewards the best sellers on the platform. That means being one of the sellers that a) make your buyers happy, b) have them come back for more and c) earn Fiverr lots of money. If you're not doing that, don't expect to ever show up on the first page of the search results. 

To recap: 

  • Research. 
  • Plan. 
  • Act. 
  • Under-promise. 
  • Over-deliver. 
  • Impress. 
  • Improve. 

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