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To be honest buyers don’t care if you are senior or junior software engineer etc. what they care if you’ll be able to complete their task. Those titles only for companies and hiring you to work for a company. Buyer cares about your specific  skills and what you can do for them, your job title wouldn’t give them any info about your skill set. 

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5 hours ago, mariashtelle1 said:

To be honest buyers don’t care if you are senior or junior software engineer etc. what they care if you’ll be able to complete their task. Those titles only for companies and hiring you to work for a company. Buyer cares about your specific  skills and what you can do for them, your job title wouldn’t give them any info about your skill set. 

@mariashtelle1 is correct ...no one cares about your titles here on Fiverr. That's why Fiverr doesn't require sellers to have titles - we are only required to have gigs to show our buyers what we can do for them. Your title is only useful in that it helps buyers know what you can do for them.

So if you are a full stack software developer, you can do more than just a front or back end developer and you can show that off in your portfolio. Your portfolio will speak louder than the words "full stack" or "front end" because many buyers won't know the difference between those titles.

For you, @sarabarkat, you are a data entry specialist promoting your typing skills. What documents will you type or work with? Can you show a picture of what you can do?

When I first started my data entry gig, I only advertised that I would convert pictures of handwriting to text by manually typing the text into Word. Then I had one picture showing handwritten text and the finished result. That picture communicated more to my buyers than a list of all of the data entry skills that I had because it helped buyers visualize what documents they needed to digitize. And buyers that can visualize the end results are more likely to buy the gig that can get them there.

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On 10/1/2022 at 10:15 AM, vickieito said:

@mariashtelle1 is correct ...no one cares about your titles here on Fiverr. That's why Fiverr doesn't require sellers to have titles - we are only required to have gigs to show our buyers what we can do for them. Your title is only useful in that it helps buyers know what you can do for them.

So if you are a full stack software developer, you can do more than just a front or back end developer and you can show that off in your portfolio. Your portfolio will speak louder than the words "full stack" or "front end" because many buyers won't know the difference between those titles.

For you, @sarabarkat, you are a data entry specialist promoting your typing skills. What documents will you type or work with? Can you show a picture of what you can do?

When I first started my data entry gig, I only advertised that I would convert pictures of handwriting to text by manually typing the text into Word. Then I had one picture showing handwritten text and the finished result. That picture communicated more to my buyers than a list of all of the data entry skills that I had because it helped buyers visualize what documents they needed to digitize. And buyers that can visualize the end results are more likely to buy the gig that can get them there.

Thanks @vickieito You are really an amazing advisor. As well as experienced and kind. Thanks again I'll try that.

 

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