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HI! This is a common myth that we see all the time but it is not true. Your activity on Fiverr does not affect your volume of orders. What does matter is your response time so make sure you're getting back to sellers within 24 hours. 

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5 hours ago, sharminslucky said:

The More you active in Fiverr the more possibility of getting fiverr orders

Can you prove it?

My opinion: Totally wrong statement it is. For instance, you are the perfect example for it.

You have been on Fiverr since January 2023 and have made 8 sales yet on Fiverr. If your statement was true then you could have made 500+ orders. Am I right? 

Staying online has nothing to do with anything else. 

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3 minutes ago, Kesha said:

HI! This is a common myth that we see all the time but it is not true. Your activity on Fiverr does not affect your volume of orders. What does matter is your response time so make sure you're getting back to sellers within 24 hours. 

Glad to know.

But I had a question for you, how we can get order on Fiverr as we are spending time behind.

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16 minutes ago, Kesha said:

This is a common myth that we see all the time but it is not true.

Did it used to be true in 2017 when this transcript at https://softwareengineeringdaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/SED462-Fiverr-Engineering.pdf

was created from the interview with Fiverr's Chief Technology Officer Gil Sheinfeld when he said:

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Our search leverage large amount of features beyond relevancy in order to have better performing ranking.
As example, we find out that when a seller is available, he’s actually online, there is more
likelihood to have a great experience of buying and selling. One of, I would call it boosts that our
search algorithm gives is floating up with some volume, those sellers who are available online.

In a way that the overall experience of both buyer and seller is actually better. That’s an
example for one feature that our search engine looks at as we do the ranking of available gigs
for search that is different than for example on Amazon.

Has it changed since the CTO of Fiverr said that in the interview so it's no longer the case?

Also why does it seem like get I more messages from other buyers when we're currently messaging a different buyer/working on an order? Doesn't that mean that when active working on things (messaging/orders) that it might help but when just being online refreshing a random page then it won't (except for "online now" filter which it would help show it in).

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Posted (edited)

Here's a youtube video of the CTO of Fiverr speaking about it (being active online) - this is probably from recorded about December 2016 and the transcript was 2017) but Fiverr still thinks it's relevant as it's linked to from the Fiverr help pages :

Ideally Gil Sheinfeld, Fiverr's Chief Technology Officer could write a bit on the Fiverr forum saying whether it's different now (whether what he said in the interview below is no longer the case, and if so how it's changed.)

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4 hours ago, Kesha said:

HI! This is a common myth that we see all the time but it is not true. Your activity on Fiverr does not affect your volume of orders. What does matter is your response time so make sure you're getting back to sellers within 24 hours. 

how respond time works?

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