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Can I give outright FREE offers here?


desmondnweke

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I’m new in this new country called Fiverr and I understand more than anything else that here, positive reviews are diamond and, for now, I needed them more than dollars. I trust my ability a lot but there is no way anyone could really be sure I have any worthwhile value to offer. So, I’m thinking of giving out absolutely free service (like writing blog articles) in return for reviews. Now, this is not supposed to be a bribe. Instead, if you honestly think you couldn’t have happily parted with $5 for the service I must have given you, you’d be free in conscience not to write any review for me.

But, I notice you can’t create a gig without assigning a price to it. So, I’m wondering how I could possibly give out 100% free offers to prove what a value you stand to gain by ordering my gigs. So, somebody help: how do I go about this?

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Thanks for your response @fonthount. But, how do I establish the trust needed to start off? I’m almost sure people are ignoring my gigs after viewing them because they can’t see positive reviews already. Yet I know, if I have been able to render my services to even a few people, they’d be so happy they might consider giving me reviews.

Alright, as an alternative to free OFFERS, how do I give out the free SAMPLES you talked about? Would it be accepted on the forums here? And in which category? Thanks a lot.

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You can try to advertise to your friends or family who might need your services done. That way you can establish some reviews and make you more reliable as a seller. Or you can try to make offers at the buyers requests section and offer perks if they order for you. (Ex: Your $5 gig is writing an article of 500 words, say you’ll add a bonus article for the price of one… etcetera, etc.) Offer more for less as you start off then adjust prices accordingly as your status improves.

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