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33 minutes ago, g_arif said:

7. Stay active on Fiverr: Stay active on the platform by updating your gig regularly and responding to buyer requests promptly.

  • Do you even know that it's a myth that by staying online for 24 hours or active all the time helps in anything (gig rank, increases impressions or clicks etc). So it's a wrong advice.. 🙏
  • Buyer Requests: Don't you know the status on Buyer Requests that it's gone forever! 🙄

P.S. You have been on Fiverr since July 2022 so have you implemented these tips for your own gigs and gotten any order? Do not advise anything else unless you have done or experienced them on your own! 

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This is getting bloody ridiculous. 

It seems like every other post is written using chatGPT by people who have no knowledge or experience of how Fiverr works. 

@g_arif  I must have read the same content at least 10 times in the last few days?   What's the point?  Forum badges will not get you sales! 

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59 minutes ago, g_arif said:

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By taking these steps, you can protect your WordPress website from malware and ensure that your website is safe and secure.


45 minutes ago, rahulkajla1 said:

You are breaking Forum rule #8 by using ChatGPT to post.


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