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How it's work "It’s a match! We think you’re a great fit for this brief."?



When you receive a message on Fiverr saying "It’s a match! We think you’re a great fit for this brief," it typically means that a buyer has reviewed your profile or gig and believes that your skills and services align well with their project requirements. This is a positive indication that the buyer is interested in working with you.

Here's what generally happens after you receive such a message:

Notification: You'll receive a notification on Fiverr, either through the website or the mobile app, informing you that you've been matched with a potential project.

Brief Details: The message might include some brief details about the project or requirements. This could give you an idea of what the buyer is looking for and help you decide if you're interested in taking on the project.

Further Communication: It's important to respond promptly and professionally to express your interest in the project. Ask for more details if necessary and discuss the scope, timeline, and any other relevant information.

Negotiation: You may need to negotiate terms, including the scope of work, pricing, and delivery timeline. Make sure to communicate clearly and be open to discussion.

Agreement: Once both parties are satisfied with the terms, you can reach an agreement. This may involve sending a custom offer through Fiverr's platform, outlining the specifics of the project.

Work Commencement: After the buyer accepts your offer, you can begin working on the project. Keep communication open throughout the process to ensure a smooth collaboration.

Remember to maintain professionalism, provide high-quality work, and adhere to Fiverr's terms of service. Positive reviews from satisfied clients can enhance your reputation on the platform and attract more potential buyers in the future.

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