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  1. I have got my 2nd order and successfully I have completed my 2nd order within 18 hours with 5 star review.
    19 points
  2. No, and no. It is considered spam -- in any business -- to send unsolicited emails begging for sales. Cold email marketing is not advised. And, I can guarantee you that the terrible practice of cold email marketing WILL NOT improve any kind of rank here on Fiverr. That's not how Fiverr, or their search system, works.
    19 points
  3. Hi, I am new seller in fiverr. Give me tips.I wish I could get orders on Fiverr and be a successful seller.
    15 points
  4. Successfully Complete my third job and got 5 star review again. Pray for me.........😃
    14 points
  5. One of the best way to rank your gig in first page is marketing you can start your marketing through social media.(Facebook+Twitter+Liknedin+pinterst+Instagram+Youtube) Another most exciting and best way to rank your gig in first page is cold email marketing. 1000% effective way to rank guaranteed. Stay tuned for more updates about cold email marketing
    14 points
  6. I can’t handle this anymore. that’s why there is a huge frustration growing among regular visitors. And not only for us but because new people who come to the forum also wouldn’t be able to find their answers because of all spam. Here is the official reply so you can save this screenshot and share it with others to raise awareness
    14 points
  7. How to Rank Your Gig? Hello, Sellers How are you? Today in this post i am going to share some tricks for you guys that Will Help you to rank your gig. Find the at least five keywords by which you want to you gig in search list. Check how many gig available on that keyword. Choose low competitive keyword Try to use all of your keyword in your title if possible Use the keywords in description in tricky way Seo your gig images check keyword density I am not pro but this method is proven, But maybe some of you will not agree with me. I just share my opinion Thank You
    12 points
  8. Hey everyone. I have a problem and some of you veterans may be handling it. Please share if you do. Now we know there is a myth slumbering around "be active on forum to get orders". We also know that, its is the biggest joke played on the desperate and new people. So there are just hundrends of topics that are meaningless, and thousands of meaningless answers in them. "ı got my 1 order, i got my 2nd order, i got my 3rd order, i got my first 5 star, hello i am new, hello i can do bla bla" Things like that. Which is mostly written for the hopes of getting some order, and that is hard to stop. And thousands of answer like "thank you, useful information, valuable opinion, i am also new, be active on forum, i hope it goes well" And these answers are keeping those meaningless topics alive. Some of those answers does not even makes sense. And this happens in every category. Forum is full of junk and nobody can learn anything from those topics. Some of them might be tryng to share their happiness, some of them are tryng to get orders with false hopes. I tried helping them, but its no use. Because there are too many of them. But overall, i understand them. They may not now how forums work generally and just try to earn some bucks, their intentions are pure. So im not tryng to s**t on them here. But it doesnt matter what their intents are, they are not doing good for the sake of the forum. Its all filled with junk now. So my question is this; How do you handle this? How do you reach to the information you might need? Only option i see is "most replies" filter. But that filter may lead to 3 years old topics that would not be reliable now. Thank you
    12 points
  9. Hello! Welcome to the new Fiverr Forum! You’ll find some category changes and new ways to interact with discussion threads. You get to choose how you see content. As the categories have given way to "Forums" you can jump in and interact on a "forum" level. Or you can see all activity (like the old forum) by changing the view at the top of the page. Table: A traditional forum table view Grid: Displaying the forums in a grid Fluid: A simplier dynamic listing topics with a filter box This is still a work in progress and I’d love any and all feedback. We’ve all been working on this for a while and some things we needed to wait to go live before adjusting. If you have feedback, please leave it in “Product Feedback” -> “Forum Feedback” Every user’s stats will be reset, but they will retain their old “Level”. This will be updated in the next few days with a leveling system. This new platform also has new achievement badges which are live now. More on that in the next few days too. Check out the new “Fiverr Questions” - an area where you can ask questions, the community can answer and then vote for the best answer. If you’re checking out specific Fiverr Products (Learn, Affiliates, Elevate) you can find them in the “Fiverr Products” section. Specific Verticals are getting their own discussion groups. You can start by checking out Music and Audio. Thank you all for your patience while we get this bird off the ground! -MJensen415
    10 points
  10. I think there are no hidden trick in Fiverr. In fiver forum all are seller so no one tell you why their gig on first page. You know that everyone here is your competitor so no one want to share their trick. Just tell you use proper Gig title, Choose right keyword, Write unique Description and use eye-catching Gig Images or use video. One more things don't forget to use SEO Title.
    10 points
  11. I am going to assume since this seems to be a surprise to you, that you didn't bother to READ the TOS that you agreed to when you created your account here. You know, that pesky little box you have to check in order to create your account or go to the next step? Why on earth would Fiverr create a site where millions of people could just make accounts/Gigs for free and not charge a "finder's fee"? You do realize Fiverr advertises the site, right? So, I suppose since you are so entitled, you should be able to set up shop on a site, have them do your leg work and you just keep all the coins you make? Nonsense. And, your comment about buyers not being charged a fee, well, if you bothered to read the TOS for being a buyer here, you would see they are charged a fee on every purchase. It was not this way years ago when I started here - but, for the last few years it has been in place. So, Fiverr gets a fee from us for being able to utilize their site/bandwidth and buyers also pay a fee to use the site. They get their money coming and going. I would dare you to build a site as large as Fiverr and not think you are owed some sort of commission for bringing sales to those who set up shop. Your logic also seems to think you should be able to take a space in the mall and not pay rent on it? Same concept, your fees here are paying your "rent" for listing your Gigs. GG
    10 points
  12. I would wonder what he is afraid of and why on earth he created an account here if he is so anxious about the platform? Either way, I would think that they want to lure you off Fiverr in order to ask for something that Fiverr does not allow or perhaps to take advantage of you, since you would not have any safeguards (well, the ones that are there) from Fiverr. You also risk losing your account if you take the bait. Why do you need off site contact? That is the question, as some Gigs do need to have access to certain things in order to complete a job. GG
    10 points
  13. Why is he on Fiverr if he does not trust the system? Communication outside the Fiverr platform is forbidden and against TOS. The rules applies for all users (buyers and sellers) and can lead to account restriction.
    10 points
  14. The Rising Talent badge is manually picked by Fiverr (or at least, they don't tell you the exact criteria, even if it's at least partially automated).This link gives info on it and a rough idea of how they pick them: https://www.fiverr.com/support/articles/360011204777-What-is-Rising-Talent
    9 points
  15. It's unclear what exactly you were writing in the chat from your chat but most likely it triggered fiverr system and somebody from the team checked your message and deemed that it was against fiverr rules. It's not first or second warning, it's just a message blocked in the chat. if you will receive a warning you will get an email from fiverr and you will see on your dashboard that "days without warning" statistics will change.
    9 points
  16. One thing you can do is to niche down, Using logo design as an example, don't offer "Logo design". There are almost 170,000 people offering "logo design" but only 2000 for "floral logo design", 485 for "futuristic logo design" etc. Every category has niches, find one with less people in it and focus your efforts there and you'll be more likley to find customers which will let you build up reviews, become more trusted, get a higher seller level and then you can go to work on the broader categories or bigger niches.
    9 points
  17. We can't really do anything. Unfortunately, it seems that all of these useless posts are being viewed by Fiverr as engagement and not as spam, so it is very doubtful that anything is going to be done about it. It is up to us to decide if we still want to keep participating in the forum under these circumstances or not. I am still mulling it over. Had a two-week boycott of the forum that ended today. I will either stop posting entirely or change the way I participate. Also, I will add that I do agree with information being harder to find on the new forum. But perhaps that is just because I am still not used to it and the new search system? Moreover, I will also argue that the intentions of the people spamming are not always pure if you look at their profiles and see the amount of content they have stolen.
    9 points
  18. I saw a nice title topic and came here to greet you but all I found is the same old not working advice that is plastered all over the forum. oh well, welcome to the forum anyway.
    9 points
  19. Congratulations. Make sure you always online. And download the fiverr app. Best of luck 👍
    9 points
  20. Hello Everyone! This was my one of the biggest order so far which I have completed very well. My buyer is very happy with the finished product. Thank You!
    8 points
  21. Today i got 1 order of 5$ and I'm heppy with that because if my client get enough setisfection probably he would ask me again for new job.
    8 points
  22. Introduce yourself Resolve the buyer's needs (keep the proposal appropriately descriptive and relevant) You have to write in writing for the interest of the buyer. Try to persuade your idea as much as possible. Talk to them with interest, Give them a purpose to get the right rent so you can showcase your skills with portfolio links
    8 points
  23. I completed my criteria at around 8 am on 15 June. I am from India, when will I get promoted to level 1?
    8 points
  24. As long as the gigs offer different services, you can publish multiple gigs in the same sub-category. For example, you could have a gig for designing minimalist logos and another gig for designing cartoon logos.
    8 points
  25. If your gigs are different you can. for example I am a proofreader. I have gigs for proofreading children's books, articles & blogs, esl, letters and so on.
    8 points
  26. Why? You can completely redesign your profile and gigs without having to create a new account. The only things you cannot change are one's account name and any reviews one has received (which isn't an issue in your case as you haven't received any.)
    8 points
  27. There are buyer who never bother to give a rating. Don't fret! I have 60% of my clients giving my work a rating. There may be many reasons for this! They are not bothered to give it, or they were not entirely satisfied with the work. Whatever the reason, I would rather have no rating than anything under 5 stars.
    8 points
  28. Read these articles, https://www.fiverr.com/support/articles/360010451297-How-to-start-selling-on-Fiverr?segment=seller https://www.fiverr.com/support/articles/360010992257-Top-10-Tips-for-New-Fiverr-Sellers?segment=seller https://www.fiverr.com/support/articles/360010708757-Best-Practices-for-New-Fiverr-Sellers-Tips?segment=seller
    8 points
  29. No one has a hidden trick that helps get their gigs on the first page. We all swirl around in the gig rotation from time to time.
    8 points
  30. You may own one account per 1 IP. If you wish to use the same IP to register more accounts that will be used/owned by members of your team or relatives etc you'll have to contact CS for permission and once granted you may do this with three restrictions: 1) Each account has different payment account. 2) You can't sell/provide similar or same services/gigs. 3) You can't buy from each other and as a result trade reviews. As far as I know these are the three restrictions.
    8 points
  31. I will have to ask you to kindly use a different platform to fulfill your daily needs of validation or whatever the reason may be. You post a new topic like every hour or so. You do know there are other users here, right? And your excessive posting removes them from the front page by the time I look at it. Literally right now, having checked only "Casual Conversations" and "Ranting Pot", your threads make up 20% of my front page.
    8 points
  32. Hi I am a web developer and WordPress expert. I'm new in Fiverr. Give me some advice so I can be a success in Fiverr.
    7 points
  33. Hi Everyone, I am new here, hopefully everyone will cooperate with me. And I am here with the spirit of cooperating with everyone. Thanks to all!
    7 points
  34. Even though the slogan of Fiverr “Get Those To-do Tasks Done” is crafted to target buyer side of the community, sellers shouldn't be sleeping on that too. We have our own to-do list in order to emphasize our gig's point of difference and establish uniqueness. It's the way in which our services stand out from our competitors who may have invested less time and effort to craft their own offering and we must take use of that. Stop treating this platform as your salvation if you haven't had any luck trying to sell your services on other online marketplaces. This is market which, in fact, functions similarly to traditional bazaar where every salesman invests some money and time to make his stall stand out from the crowd, grab the attention and attract some buyers. Everyone has their own tricks up one's sleeve and they're ready to pull it of when needed. Be as it may, both online and physical marketplaces of services and goods functions along the framework of sales funnel—your customer's journey on the way to ordering your services. 5 Steps to Become a Top-Rated Seller on Fiverr Awareness Gig marketing stage which describes the phase of recognition. Ideally, it may help to present the qualities that distinguish your gig from its competition. You have a set of tools to achieve this. You can step up the game by implementing effective cover image as well as choosing a researched name and tags to make it more SEO-friendly and appear in front of more eyes of possible prospects. In addition, you can gain advantage by using Fiverr promotions function or social media ads to increase your traffic and fight for your opportunity to be noticed. Consideration Metric that shapes customer expectations from a seller. To take use of this process, consider investing some time to craft a valid brand positioning. Why is your service valuable to your customers? Does it serve a specific need in your market? Look for some ways to align your and customer values thus establishing possible connection that can lead to the next stage of sales funnel. Action Every step that you've worked on before, comes down to this stage: whether you get the order notification that shines the light on your seller's panel or not. If it's not there yet, you have no need to be stressed out. All you can do is to come back to the earlier stages of the process to spot some improvable areas which could increase your conversion rate or to drag it out of a plain zero. Your main mission is to stay on top of the mind of potential customers. Retention Sales funnel doesn't end at a conversion but continues past into the loyalty of your customer. Suggest a discount for their next order, overdeliver providing more than advertised, initiate some kind of an additional contact after the order is marked as completed and ask if everything's fine and make sure that no further help is needed. It'll build a solid base for getting 5 star reviews and will function as a traffic accelerator that ignites the first process of your sales funnel which, as you know, is brand awareness. By now, your gig is getting some positive feedback thus appearing in front of more buyers who end up visiting the platform. Advocacy Whole process, covering every step including brand awareness, consideration, action and retention, adds up into the final phase of the funnel which is advocacy. Was your customer so satisfied that they not only order your services, but refer more business to you from family, friends and turn into an indirect promoter of your gig? If so, you're on your way of becoming a true rockstar! Any reactions or comments are always appreciated and would inspire me to create even more content for you in the near future!
    7 points
  35. I worked with fiverr from last 6 year. I earned lots of money from here and get lots of happy clients. But my journey is not easy. Previously fiverr disabled my 2 ID, without any reason. Also, sometime they remove my gigs. But I don't stop my dream. After take a long break I communicate with fiverr and created my ongoing account, create lots of gig, do skill test and learn from fiverr courses. Now my account is fine from last 3 years. Also, I worked with up to 700+ orders. And today I successfully complete 250 reviews in here. Now I am very happy and going for my dream. Thanks Fiverr.
    7 points
  36. It seems that the most used line in the forum is "How can I get sales", followed closely by, dozens of questions as to whether you can have 2 accounts, can sell reviews, exchange email addresses, or phone numbers, use s***e, etc..... Along with the "tips" that are relevant to creating an attractive gig, I think it is worth looking at the TOS especially if you are new. I understand that reading every word is about as exciting as reading the software license for Windows 10, but just scanning it and learning the major points will keep you from making rookie mistakes if new. This also keeps you from getting warnings or outright bans. You can get the gist in 10 minutes scaning the topics, and it will keep you from sabotaging yourself. Follow TOS reccomendations, and be happy. If it is not in TOS, stop worrying about bogus advice, like: Never sleep, stay online 24/7, Post to the forum every thread with "Thanks" or "OK Brother" Get the last word on every inbox message. Revisions go against your delivery deadline and cause you to be late. The best part is that you make yourself a more successful, informed seller. And as a bonus, you don't look like a noob in the forums when you ask, "Is it ok to sell nuclear warheads on fiverr." https://www.fiverr.com/terms_of_service
    7 points
  37. Stay away from this. Just politely decline that you can't work with those terms. Sounds like a terrible buyer to be honest hahahaha
    7 points
  38. The OP's concern is not even about ranking. 😅
    7 points
  39. please give me tips to be a best seller.
    7 points
  40. Bad advice. Contact CS before you do anything. Get the correct information. Multiple accounts can come with a ban. You can edit the account you have, why start a new one at all?
    7 points
  41. “Market your gigs on social media” is really misused on fiverr and fiverr forum. Everyone who repeats that “advice” here mean that you need to spam your gig links all over social medias no matter what. And that’s not marketing. you should do marketing but you need to do it smart. It takes 4 years for people to learn proper marketing techniques while studying in university so do you really think that spamming/posting your links on social media is what called marketing? There are a lot of free resources for you to learn marketing just on internet if you want to invest your time but none of them are easy as spamming gig links in comments. staying online 24/7 is also has nothing to do with reality. You’d better spend that time learning new things, testing your strategies etc rather than clicking on “refresh” button of your fiverr page.
    7 points
  42. Because communication outside of Fiverr is prohibited. For good reason. Read the Terms of Service. Plain and simple. If you don't like the Terms of Service of a specific platform, feel free to use another platform. Everyone has to conform by those rules. You don't get to complain after you joined the forums when you made a Fiverr account that is subject to said Terms of Service. Hence why threads like these serve no purpose because they can be answered and shut down by pointing to the Terms of Service. There are clear guidelines on which communication is allowed between seller and buyer. Making another thread to complain about something you have an issue with is not gonna change Fiverr's stance. And if you want to give feedback and ideas, then you posted in the wrong section.
    7 points
  43. @captainwarlord, this was his comment to @imagination7413 on your thread: As you can see, he disagrees seeing users playing games, having fun and socialising, but it's perfectly fine for him to spam the forum by opening thread after thread, just for the sake of forum ranking. 🙄 As for "... if you want to post irrelevant questions...", he's a devotee of "Rules for thee, but not for me"...
    7 points
  44. I have been offering my services on Fiverr for 4 years and just this year I was awarded the TRS badge. I have never stayed awake 24/7 to be online, I have never posted my gigs to social media. What I did do was provide excellent work and great customer service. I worked on my gig descriptions until they were error free. I hired a professional Fiverr artist to create my profile picture and gig images. Then I hired another Fiverr professional to place 3 or 4 words on my gig images that tell what I sell in a few words. That. is. all. I. have. done! Oh and back when I was a new seller I did use buyer requests to get my first order and get the excellent reviews to get some traction. I also hang out on the Fiverr Forum to learn from the other sellers here.
    7 points
  45. Let say you are a chef and cooking a pie. If one day McDonalds allow you to put your cook on their store, don't you want to participate in? That way you will get thousand of visitor instantly. It's a fair if you have to paid to get that visitor comes to your product. That's how Fiverr works.
    7 points
  46. So... I've been thinking a lot lately (weather's nasty and I'm stuck inside a lot!) Here's the thing - I'm curious about something. WHY did you choose the field you did? Why not something else? I don't mean just freelancing as a whole (but say, arts, writing, etc.) is it because you have the talent for it? Or you just wanted to try something else? For me... as embarrassing as it is, I was (somewhat) popular as a teen when it came to writing fanfiction (still in the fandoms but don't write for them anymore!) and just... decided to try writing for $ a try. I mean - I always wanted to write, it's been my one way to cope with everything since I was young but up until last year I didn't actually think it was going to work out (well, I'm still getting there but still :D) So I'm just curious as to how other people have found their passions, really. Did you have some sort of an Eureka moment when you were younger or it just... happened?
    6 points
  47. Hey @frank_d, check this out. And, as @vibronx and I said, it isn't the first time this seller shows stolen logos as their own. This is the seller's gig image ( Gig link: https://www.fiverr.com/deisgnheros/sketch-and-design-your-logo-idea?context_referrer=user_page&ref_ctx_id=651368b66438836e2c5fbc559f9b0b87&pckg_id=1&pos=3 ) And this is the logo from the internet. Two sites, btw. https://www.uklogodesigns.co.uk/#port-1 https://www.logodesignprofs.com/logo-design/#images-7 But the OP threatens to report me... 🙄 Edit: I forgot to say that there's a TM on the logo, meaning it is a trademark. 😉
    6 points
  48. I would rather pay Fiverr 20% and not have to go find a brick and mortar store to set up my business. Plus by having my business in my home I get a tax break!
    6 points
  49. And just to bring your attention: that top rated seller tip S not an official fiverr response. I checked that with my SSM and he confirmed that in no way it’s fiverr position and it’s only one persons opinion. on top of that it only proves that you don’t have to stay online all the time. That seller as he described is sleeping and therefore is not online and he only wakes up to respond on a message that he received while he was offline sleeping.
    6 points
  50. its really bad for a seller, as seller can't start order manually. you can take help from fiverr customer care, so that the buyer can't order you directly.
    6 points
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