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Hello All,

I would like to encourage every single person who is a new seller on FIVERR looking to start getting buyers, to CHECK the FORUM FIRST.

Before creating discussion topics requesting help - Majority of your questions have already been answered… It only takes a little search, and you’re on your way to smiling ear to ear when those little lights popup signalling New Orders and Messages.

I have taken the liberty to root out some of the Best Links I stumbled across in this Forum that are packed with priceless information on what exactly can start helping those orders to roll in as if you were a Top Rated Seller.

Enjoy:

Some Top Rated Information to Get Your Gig on Top from Scratch
http://forum.fiverr.com/discussion/489075-steps-on-how-to-get-more-orders-and-improve-on-your-fiverr-account-without-social-media-promotion-p1/

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Improve your Gig traffic with 5 SEO tips [ARCHIVED]

When talking about SEO it’s all about choosing the right keywords. Think about the keywords people use to search for your service. Use your keyword, where relevant, in the title of your Gig. Your keyword should appear 2-3 times in...

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http://forum.fiverr.com/discussion/19940/tips-to-get-sales-after-creating-your-gig

Seller Start Up Basics
http://forum.fiverr.com/discussion/18862/seller-start-up-basics/p1

How to Create and Promote your gigs
http://forum.fiverr.com/discussion/13320/tips-creating-promoting-your-gigs/p1

Aid to attracting buyers
http://forum.fiverr.com/discussion/17906/new-to-fiverr-read-this-before-you-ask-how-to-get-buyers/p1

Three simple principles to become a great seller!
http://forum.fiverr.com/discussion/7421/three-simple-principles-to-become-a-great-seller/p1

Handling Orders
http://forum.fiverr.com/discussion/13320/tips-creating-promoting-your-gigs/p1-#Item_3

Answers to some common questions
http://forum.fiverr.com/discussion/13855/answers-to-common-questions/p1

Happy Selling To All & Stay Positive!

Regards,
Speedy876

Sheriff’s Note: There are some great links in this post and we highly encourage you to read them. Do note that some are older posts and there may have been minor changes since the time they were started. Happy selling!


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I made several hundred dollars from 3 recent custom gigs (1 with a tip in case that’s cheating to you) so if that makes me an unskilled loser, it’s a pretty good job! I made less as a “skilled winner” sitting in dumb meetings at my last “real job” So, cool, thanks for the kudos! I hope you get paid well for posting random angry comments. 🙂

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@annai80 After looking at the gig, his or her marketing might need some unskilled loser help. New, but a starting price of $75. No buyer will risk that.

Back to @texturemantm, when starting out, find some small 10 minute tasks you can do for $4 and get your first 50 sales. You’ll make at least $20 an hour even after withdraw fees and get some reputation. After level 2 you might start getting orders for $50 per gig on a strong medium package, but you’ll still need a low priced starter package of $5-10.

A few Super Sellers with thousands of reviews might have a starter package at $75 or more and even they offer deals or lower prices to gain new buyers at times. Your gig isn’t the worst but your strategy isn’t workable.

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If you’ve only been here on Fiverr for two days, then you will need to be patient. Success does not happen overnight. For many people, if can take weeks or months before their gigs start to gain steady sales, and rise up in the rankings.

Fiverr is not a get-rich-quick website. It requires consistent and determined hard work. If you’re not willing to do that work, you aren’t likely to find sales or success here. Treat your gigs like a business, and they will be kind to you in return.

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