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28 minutes ago, shiponforaji said:

I have not received any brief till now after the fiverr update 😒. All requirements for brief matching are contained in my profile. I don't understand where the problem is. what should I do now?

now the brief is automatically decided by Fiverr system based on your performance, if you are not receiving any brief you are not currently eligible to receive brief.

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41 minutes ago, shiponforaji said:

I have not received any brief till now after the fiverr update 😒. All requirements for brief matching are contained in my profile. I don't understand where the problem is. what should I do now?

Just set a price that fits your service, then Fiverr will do the rest.

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Did you want to get orders on Fiverr?

First of all you have to stay in Fiverr terms and conditions and then, 

1. Optimize your gig Title.

2. Optimize gig Image.

3. Optimize description.

4. Add use-full keyword.

Give best service to buyer.

Fiverr automatically promote you to getting many orders. 

 

If you want you can follow it.

https://www.fiverr.com/shiponforaji/be-your-wordpress-developer-and-create-wordpress-website

 

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  • shiponforaji changed the title to Did you want to get orders on Fiverr?
1 minute ago, shiponforaji said:

Now I regular seller on Fiverr.

And my last delivery is 1month ago you can check it. 

One order doesn't make you an expert!

It's people who get orders day in day out that can give advice based on their experience.

Without this, all you're doing is guessing and hoping for the best. 

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You're right.

But why you guess to seeing my Fiverr profile.

I already told you I wasn't regular seller on Fiverr. I working on out of marketplace.

I have 4years of experience in website design and development.

 

Now I try to become a Fiverr reguler seller. 

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@shiponforaji   I drive a car, but it doesn't make me a formula 1 racing driver. 

Your post title says 'did you want to get orders on fiver'

Your post says to follow these steps to get promoted

You have no idea how Fiverr works, so how can you give advice on something you don't understand and have no experience in?

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3 hours ago, shiponforaji said:

Fiverr automatically promote you to getting many orders. 

 

How can you guarantee this? Thing is, someone might have good (look-wise) gigs but still fail. Why would that be? And what is considered, say, an optimized title in this case? 

I think if you're trying to advise other sellers, concrete tips are a lot more helpful. You see a lot of people list the exact same tips as you do, but... I think, especially, new sellers need information that is more specific. If you can't provide that, maybe you should still be posing questions yourself instead. (of course, it's hard to judge based on a single topic, but...)

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Besides everything the experienced sellers stated above, the advice is so generic as to be useless. Optimize everything. Well, yes. We should all make everything as optimized as possible, but what does that mean?

This thread is a good example of how to find (and not find) quality guidance on the forum. It is out there. It takes more effort than this to find it.

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Guys, if you are here just to critique @shiponforaji, I think it's better you ignore this forum thread and let it go. YOU ARE NOT HELPING AT ALL.

As I noob, I totally appreciate your tips, Shipon. You have 8 orders? It's enough to me. Even if you have only one, I still think you're sucessful.

Don't you mind about those "experts" critiquing your tips. I think it's better to read from a novice like me than an "expert" far from my reality.

God bless you! :classic_happy:

Thanks a lot! :)

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14 hours ago, tativiana said:

As I noob, I totally appreciate your tips, Shipon. You have 8 orders? It's enough to me. Even if you have only one, I still think you're sucessful.

 

All of us have posted several threads aimed at newcomers to help. We aren't critiquing someone for no reason; it's a lot more complicated than that. People rattle off such advice but don't explain why or HOW to do it. Do you really think they do it to help you (and other newcomers) when this is posted on the forum 50 times a day?

Or are they maybe doing it because they think they'll get orders from it? Because someone told them that posting on the forum and liking every post will 'make Fiverr think you are working hard' (or whatever other BS.?) It's not (just) OP in particular; it's many people.

I personally actually want people to succeed, so I tell them things that worked for me. Does that make me an expert removed from reality? Maybe, since I niched down and got lucky, but still.

If someone is new but also an expert in their field, they still don't exactly know how Fiverr works. OP might be a wonderful dev, and I'd love to hear their tips in their field of expertise (as someone who can't manage a website at all) but not stuff like this. 

 

 

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I am a new seller. Although still waiting for my first order but as far as I noticed and researched seo keywords helped me so much. My gig is ranking on first page at the very first day I created. Do well research, note down all the related keywords and choose the best least competitive ones. Make sure you used metadata keywords too in your description. I hope you will have very good amount of impressions after this.

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16 hours ago, tativiana said:

Guys, if you are here just to critique @shiponforaji, I think it's better you ignore this forum thread and let it go. YOU ARE NOT HELPING AT ALL.

Many of us try very hard to help newcomers and other experienced sellers alike. There are vast threads full  of excellent information that we hope everyone reads and learns from. People are very generous around here with true help.

However, many other forum users repeatedly post things that are not helpful. Either the information is flat-out wrong or it is way too general or basic to make any difference at all. I mentioned that in my comment on this thread. What does "optimize your gig title/image/description" mean? What can you get out of that in order to make effective, actionable changes to your gig and succeed here.

Part of helping others is pointing out when things don't help. If you wanted to learn how to make cookies, I would absolutely speak up if someone suggested dicing onions or something like "stir ingredients" but never said what those ingredients were.

 

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15 minutes ago, melanielm said:

Many of us try very hard to help newcomers and other experienced sellers alike. There are vast threads full  of excellent information that we hope everyone reads and learns from. People are very generous around here with true help.

However, many other forum users repeatedly post things that are not helpful. Either the information is flat-out wrong or it is way too general or basic to make any difference at all. I mentioned that in my comment on this thread. What does "optimize your gig title/image/description" mean? What can you get out of that in order to make effective, actionable changes to your gig and succeed here.

Part of helping others is pointing out when things don't help. If you wanted to learn how to make cookies, I would absolutely speak up if someone suggested dicing onions or something like "stir ingredients" but never said what those ingredients were.

 

Here only this much is said, if you can rank the profile then you will get the order. The main thing here is to get the order. And how to get said about that. There is nothing of so much introduction here. You may be successful today following the same process.

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2 hours ago, katakatica said:

All of us have posted several threads aimed at newcomers to help. We aren't critiquing someone for no reason; it's a lot more complicated than that. People rattle off such advice but don't explain why or HOW to do it. Do you really think they do it to help you (and other newcomers) when this is posted on the forum 50 times a day?

Or are they maybe doing it because they think they'll get orders from it? Because someone told them that posting on the forum and liking every post will 'make Fiverr think you are working hard' (or whatever other BS.?) It's not (just) OP in particular; it's many people.

I personally actually want people to succeed, so I tell them things that worked for me. Does that make me an expert removed from reality? Maybe, since I niched down and got lucky, but still.

If someone is new but also an expert in their field, they still don't exactly know how Fiverr works. OP might be a wonderful dev, and I'd love to hear their tips in their field of expertise (as someone who can't manage a website at all) but not stuff like this. 

 

 

Do you think I am lying here? Everyone works like this. And none of us can say how Fiverr works. We only fight Fiverr with ideas.

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