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Preparing your Fiverr Profile Description (and, if you would like, an accompanying video) might seem intimidating at first, but there’s good news! Introducing yourself to potential customers is an important part of building a presence on Fiverr.

 

Your profile description and Intro Video have a similar goal—to give potential Buyers a sense of who you are—not only what you can do. This is a significant opportunity to set yourself apart from the competition and project confidence in your ability to meet the Buyer’s needs. You won’t simply list your qualifications but discuss your success—why people love your work and how much you enjoy delivering a quality job to your Buyers. 

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You may have many competitors on Fiverr with similar experiences, but only some will welcome Buyers and make sure they feel comfortable about spending their hard-earned money. Putting that extra effort into your profile can make a difference in converting a shopper into a Buyer.

 

Likewise, creating a short video introduction can also have a major impact on your sales. While you may initially feel hesitant about looking into a camera and “trying to talk naturally,” here are a few pointers to keep in mind.

      1. Don’t make your introduction too long or too complicated. Instead, keep your video under a minute and focus on a simple outline: A greeting, a short description, and an expression of why you love doing what you do. 


      2. Be upbeat. A smile and a good tone can go a long way to make Buyers feel welcome to your Gig and start connecting with you to be the expert that they will choose.
Be conversational—in other words, speak as if you’re introducing yourself to a new friend. You’re not making a speech. Instead, you’re telling a story.

 

      3. Be conversational—in other words, speak as if you’re introducing yourself to a new friend. You’re not making a speech. Instead, you’re telling a story.

 

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If you’re uncomfortable, practice telling a friend about your Fiverr account. While it may seem unusual, the key to appearing comfortable on camera is to remember that you’re talking to a person. So look at the camera—but don’t talk into it—always speak to the Buyer.

 

Buyers love to see samples of previous work so you can include some samples of previous work in the background of the video as you speak. 

 

A similar format can be followed for the Gig’s Videos which can increase your conversion especially with business Buyers that will often want to get to know more about the Seller before placing an order.

 

Want to read more? Check out this additional articles from our Resource Center:

And here from our Help Center:

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On 3/8/2023 at 9:41 PM, adrian_success said:

Preparing your Fiverr Profile Description (and, if you would like, an accompanying video) might seem intimidating at first, but there’s good news! Introducing yourself to potential customers is an important part of building a presence on Fiverr.

 

Your profile description and Intro Video have a similar goal—to give potential Buyers a sense of who you are—not only what you can do. This is a significant opportunity to set yourself apart from the competition and project confidence in your ability to meet the Buyer’s needs. You won’t simply list your qualifications but discuss your success—why people love your work and how much you enjoy delivering a quality job to your Buyers. 

image.thumb.png.9fe1390a2f7f5ba665c948c0cc82a0a2.png

You may have many competitors on Fiverr with similar experiences, but only some will welcome Buyers and make sure they feel comfortable about spending their hard-earned money. Putting that extra effort into your profile can make a difference in converting a shopper into a Buyer.

 

Likewise, creating a short video introduction can also have a major impact on your sales. While you may initially feel hesitant about looking into a camera and “trying to talk naturally,” here are a few pointers to keep in mind.

      1. Don’t make your introduction too long or too complicated. Instead, keep your video under a minute and focus on a simple outline: A greeting, a short description, and an expression of why you love doing what you do. 


      2. Be upbeat. A smile and a good tone can go a long way to make Buyers feel welcome to your Gig and start connecting with you to be the expert that they will choose.
Be conversational—in other words, speak as if you’re introducing yourself to a new friend. You’re not making a speech. Instead, you’re telling a story.

 

      3. Be conversational—in other words, speak as if you’re introducing yourself to a new friend. You’re not making a speech. Instead, you’re telling a story.

 

image.thumb.jpeg.8af8cec6f18e4ed69a26605403d02222.jpeg

 

If you’re uncomfortable, practice telling a friend about your Fiverr account. While it may seem unusual, the key to appearing comfortable on camera is to remember that you’re talking to a person. So look at the camera—but don’t talk into it—always speak to the Buyer.

 

Buyers love to see samples of previous work so you can include some samples of previous work in the background of the video as you speak. 

 

A similar format can be followed for the Gig’s Videos which can increase your conversion especially with business Buyers that will often want to get to know more about the Seller before placing an order.

 

Want to read more? Check out this additional articles from our Resource Center:

And here from our Help Center:

I'm considering redoing my intro video already...

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On 3/9/2023 at 2:41 AM, adrian_success said:

Buyers love to see samples of previous work so you can include some samples of previous work in the background of the video as you speak. 

This thing gave me a really good idea about I should make my intro video. thank you. I really appreciate your tip.

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That is a great idea! We should write our Fiverr profile description Clearly so that buyer can easily understand about my skills. After that we deserve potential client for selling our service. 

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On 3/9/2023 at 2:11 AM, adrian_success said:

Preparing your Fiverr Profile Description (and, if you would like, an accompanying video) might seem intimidating at first, but there’s good news! Introducing yourself to potential customers is an important part of building a presence on Fiverr.

 

Your profile description and Intro Video have a similar goal—to give potential Buyers a sense of who you are—not only what you can do. This is a significant opportunity to set yourself apart from the competition and project confidence in your ability to meet the Buyer’s needs. You won’t simply list your qualifications but discuss your success—why people love your work and how much you enjoy delivering a quality job to your Buyers. 

image.thumb.png.9fe1390a2f7f5ba665c948c0cc82a0a2.png

You may have many competitors on Fiverr with similar experiences, but only some will welcome Buyers and make sure they feel comfortable about spending their hard-earned money. Putting that extra effort into your profile can make a difference in converting a shopper into a Buyer.

 

Likewise, creating a short video introduction can also have a major impact on your sales. While you may initially feel hesitant about looking into a camera and “trying to talk naturally,” here are a few pointers to keep in mind.

      1. Don’t make your introduction too long or too complicated. Instead, keep your video under a minute and focus on a simple outline: A greeting, a short description, and an expression of why you love doing what you do. 


      2. Be upbeat. A smile and a good tone can go a long way to make Buyers feel welcome to your Gig and start connecting with you to be the expert that they will choose.
Be conversational—in other words, speak as if you’re introducing yourself to a new friend. You’re not making a speech. Instead, you’re telling a story.

 

      3. Be conversational—in other words, speak as if you’re introducing yourself to a new friend. You’re not making a speech. Instead, you’re telling a story.

 

image.thumb.jpeg.8af8cec6f18e4ed69a26605403d02222.jpeg

 

If you’re uncomfortable, practice telling a friend about your Fiverr account. While it may seem unusual, the key to appearing comfortable on camera is to remember that you’re talking to a person. So look at the camera—but don’t talk into it—always speak to the Buyer.

 

Buyers love to see samples of previous work so you can include some samples of previous work in the background of the video as you speak. 

 

A similar format can be followed for the Gig’s Videos which can increase your conversion especially with business Buyers that will often want to get to know more about the Seller before placing an order.

 

Want to read more? Check out this additional articles from our Resource Center:

And here from our Help Center:

Does creating a Fiverr Pro Gig will help to get order?

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On 3/9/2023 at 2:11 AM, adrian_success said:

Preparing your Fiverr Profile Description (and, if you would like, an accompanying video) might seem intimidating at first, but there’s good news! Introducing yourself to potential customers is an important part of building a presence on Fiverr.

 

Your profile description and Intro Video have a similar goal—to give potential Buyers a sense of who you are—not only what you can do. This is a significant opportunity to set yourself apart from the competition and project confidence in your ability to meet the Buyer’s needs. You won’t simply list your qualifications but discuss your success—why people love your work and how much you enjoy delivering a quality job to your Buyers. 

image.thumb.png.9fe1390a2f7f5ba665c948c0cc82a0a2.png

You may have many competitors on Fiverr with similar experiences, but only some will welcome Buyers and make sure they feel comfortable about spending their hard-earned money. Putting that extra effort into your profile can make a difference in converting a shopper into a Buyer.

 

Likewise, creating a short video introduction can also have a major impact on your sales. While you may initially feel hesitant about looking into a camera and “trying to talk naturally,” here are a few pointers to keep in mind.

      1. Don’t make your introduction too long or too complicated. Instead, keep your video under a minute and focus on a simple outline: A greeting, a short description, and an expression of why you love doing what you do. 


      2. Be upbeat. A smile and a good tone can go a long way to make Buyers feel welcome to your Gig and start connecting with you to be the expert that they will choose.
Be conversational—in other words, speak as if you’re introducing yourself to a new friend. You’re not making a speech. Instead, you’re telling a story.

 

      3. Be conversational—in other words, speak as if you’re introducing yourself to a new friend. You’re not making a speech. Instead, you’re telling a story.

 

image.thumb.jpeg.8af8cec6f18e4ed69a26605403d02222.jpeg

 

If you’re uncomfortable, practice telling a friend about your Fiverr account. While it may seem unusual, the key to appearing comfortable on camera is to remember that you’re talking to a person. So look at the camera—but don’t talk into it—always speak to the Buyer.

 

Buyers love to see samples of previous work so you can include some samples of previous work in the background of the video as you speak. 

 

A similar format can be followed for the Gig’s Videos which can increase your conversion especially with business Buyers that will often want to get to know more about the Seller before placing an order.

 

Want to read more? Check out this additional articles from our Resource Center:

And here from our Help Center:

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