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Bridging the Gap! Seeking Advice on Regaining Traction After a Year and a Half Break


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Hey fellow Fiverr users,

I hope you're all doing fantastic.

After a year and a half break from the platform, I'm excited to be back and ready to dive into creating amazing music once again.

During my previous stint on Fiverr, I had the privilege of connecting with several fantastic customers and building a steady stream of traction for my instrumentals. However, after my extended hiatus, I've noticed that things seem a bit slow to pick up. Despite updating my gig and showcasing my best work, I'm finding it challenging to regain the momentum I once had.

As I return to this wonderful community, I'm seeking your valuable advice and insights. Have any of you experienced a similar situation after taking a significant break from Fiverr? I would be immensely grateful for any tips or strategies that have helped you rebuild traction and visibility.

Thank you for your support and guidance!

My fiverr gig:


Warm regards,


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Welcome back to the platform!

I have 0 experience with pausing and resuming business here, but this does not seem to be the issue for you.

You are a level 0 seller with 5 reviews.

You need to build your portfolio of reviews to appear credible on the platform. It doesn't really matter who you are.

At this stage, the only thing that you can do is to have an impeccable profile with great samples of work AND very competitive pricing.

You have to give clients a reason to go with you.

Hope this helps.

Best of luck,


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