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  1. If you want to rank on Fiverr, You have to understand fiverr gig ranking algorithm. If you think title is enough for how to rank gigs on fiverr, that's not right decision. You must have to define the actual reason and research more than thousands gig which category you want to publish. after researching you will get understand something better. Some people calls keyword is playing well in fiverr which called fiverr tag. some people use this also. But when you get some extra popular profile, they never use so much popular tag or keyword to rank their gig, but their gig is already popular gig in fiverr. Sometimes fiverr also see hw who's profile get more order, those profile automatic ranking on fiverr. But 1st time how will you define your gig. In this time, You must have to do competitor thousands gig for your own understanding. You can follow these step Research more about your category of gig Select the best title & description give quality of attracted Thumbnail which buyer mind attracted research for getting top 5 keyword what you use title description and tag use android app to be active 24/7 times connect with fiverr form use skill test to be more popular provide quality project with on time delivery try to provide best description for regular ten buyer request which help you to get order easily Try t become high quality profile on fiverr by getting strong 5 star review on fiverr
    20 points
  2. I got my level 1 badge on 15 July. Its one of the great achievement i have ever had . Some achievements are needed to be inspired. Now i can work more and learn more.
    16 points
  3. I offer this advice to truly help with a problem I see every day on the forum and in many gigs. It is not meant to offend, but as constructive advice. Like it or not, fiverr is an English based platform in a global economy. Without sugar coating this, there are thousands of posts here with terribly broken English. If you are not a native speaker, the best thing you can do is polish your English skills. There are some non native speakers here who are as proficient as if they were born in the US. However, they are not the majority. I would never join a site run in Italian, French or Chinese, and expect to be successful, even with Google translate. Secret: Google translate is good enough to get you to the train station in any language. It is terrible at fixing verb tenses and probably mis-conjugates verbs as often as it gets them right. That's why we keep seeing huge tells like: No sales since one week, I am new in fiverr, and hundreds more. In the forum we tend to just look past these things, and occasionally snicker at the most egregious. But in the gig arena, and in your messaging to clients, this will be a make or break. If I sense communications issues, I will always look to find someone who can easily communicate with me. And on fiverr, English is king.
    15 points
  4. It's difficult to be a non-native freelancer: there's already a "stigma" on us in most fields. (I used to be heckled a lot when I was applying to teaching jobs. Makes sense, but when you start with a disadvantage, you NEED to learn how to deal with it - or make it into an advantage, if possible.) The cool thing is, one can ALWAYS keep take classes/or even commit to a free speaking course online that can help - one of the main excuses I used to give (for my French, mostly) was "but it's so expensive!" True - but there's plenty of free classes, too. When there's a will, there's way! (I'm rambling about all this so people who are struggling to start with don't get discouraged when they read the rest of my post!) I feel like the main issue here is communication as a whole. Not necessarily grammar/vocab issues per say but stuff like... understanding and being able to express yourself. It's a whole lot different from just being able to skim through a few pages of a book and 'kinda get' what one's reading. I can understand about 10% of written mandarin I see on sites/when I read comics - but that's nowhere near enough to actually WORK in the language. (...I tried.) I might tell someone - I want a purple pony with a green horn and pink wings - but when you put that through google translate (or try to solve that riddle on your own) you might mess up the order. The pony might end up green with a pink horn and purple wings. It's a small error, can be revised easily but when you think bigger than just a single drawing (like, websites, or music, videos, etc.) OR even hundreds of illustrations, not being able to understand the gist of what's someone is asked to do can cause issues.
    13 points
  5. I got my First order. How can I improve my Profile for more Orders?
    11 points
  6. If i cancel order, i lost rank. Besides, i get negative review, also lost rank. Which one is better? Order cancellation or negative review?
    10 points
  7. No. This will get you a warning or account suspension.
    10 points
  8. This! ☝️ I agree with you 💯
    10 points
  9. This is my gig. https://www.fiverr.com/share/W7qZWx Please give me suggestions on how could I get my first client. Thank you
    9 points
  10. Hello Guys! I am an embroidery digitizer. At last I got level-1 badge. Please keep me in your prayers.
    9 points
  11. As an Eastern European who works mostly in English (and is fluent is two other romantic languages albeit not Spanish) I think you've just proven the point right. But that's not the issue - the internet doesn't care where you're from. You need to be able to understand instructions (I'm not saying you in particular aren't I'm saying this in general) and REPLY to those accordingly. The flag on your profile doesn't matter - your performance does. Will I be more patient with people whose first language (or second) isn't English? Of course. But in a business setting where I have options for a similar price who can understand me better - I might end up choosing the latter. This is why learning is always a good idea. (If everyone who claims to be open 12-24 hours put 4 of that into an intensive free English course...) (Edit: not sure if I quoted it right my phone is being funky. )
    9 points
  12. You can only see a Buyer's name if you make an offer to the request. (Desktop, IF user has no profile image) Supposedly, you can see the username in mobile. HOWEVER! Do NOT contact a user about their Request, unless they specifically state an invitation to in the Request itself. Otherwise a message is spam and should be reported as such. You might be reported anyway, if you message another user. The only reason to check a potential user's profile before making an offer, it to see it they might have poor Buyer reviews.
    9 points
  13. From my point of view, It depends on amount of order ! if its like $100- 200 take the negative reviews, and you get a chance to reply to that reviews to share your side of story ! but it its just $5-10 and you didnt invested much time just let it go and cancel the order ! You may get more order to recover that cancellation !
    9 points
  14. Hi (to whoever is reading this) I became a TRS after 1.5 years on Fiverr. I qualified on the 14th of July and was promoted the next day. I have read many posts about people not becoming TRS and so I thought I'd share my experience. As others have said, this a manual selection process even if you meet all the criteria, but don't lose heart. Personally, I have maintained a 5 star rating since I began and I became a level 2 seller after 3-4 months on this platform. I always make sure to have the best customer service and to decline jobs and/or clients that I know will give me trouble. I'm not very active on the forum so I don't think that counts, but I do get quite a lot of orders every months so that might have played a factor in it. All this is to say, just keep working hard and focus more on your reputation than remuneration. Your consistency will pay off. Good luck!
    8 points
  15. Alhamdulillah. I have completed 700+ orders and got 560+ buyer's review with 5.0 rating. Really happy to work on Fiverr. I worked with several types of buyers like good, bad, very bad. But always tried to handle those buyers carefully and finally made them happy. Actually good work skills and patience are the key to success. And always need to be dedicated to work. From last one year, i am waiting for TRS Badge. Dont know when i will get, but i am confident i will get Top Rated Seller Badge soon. Please pray for me🙏. Thanks
    8 points
  16. When I started working on fiverr, it took me 3-4 months in actually getting it to make some profit. I got my first order through buyer requests. The tip is to keep sending buyer requests regularly. Your offer should be customized to each request. Do not get demotivated if you don't receive reply instantly. You will eventually get an order. Keep working hard.
    8 points
  17. It seems like my order were struck somewhere and then release suddenly at same time because I was not getting new clients from last 2 weeks, I only had orders from my old clients then suddenly last Friday I got 4 orders from new clients in hour. You can not be sure what will going to happen after sometime. But still Happy from my Freelancing Career
    8 points
  18. And here is an official fiverr response. (And not just some “advice” from a seller with only 30 reviews in 4 years)
    8 points
  19. What a very odd question! If a man dies then what will be his or her Fiverr account? Uhh. 🤨 The account likely either is set inactive by a friend or family member, or the account gets placed on indefinite hold for not responding to orders, messages, and for general inactivity. Unfortunately, there's at least one successful account I can directly reference. Activerog was a successful 'memey' Australian spokesperson who passed away. His account is still present on Fiverr and his gigs are not visible on his profile but can still be found via internet search, but on top of his gigs is a disclaimer stating:
    8 points
  20. Promising unlimited revisions or a money-back guarantee is never smart and can result in buyers taking advantage of you. Do you really want to have a buyer requesting revisions for all eternity? Because they are allowed to do so as long as you offer unlimited revisions. You also promise that your work will be "Grammatical-Error Free" (your words) when your gig descriptions themselves contain many mistakes. I do not think it is wise to offer something that it will be impossible for you to deliver. Also, some of your gigs focus a lot on your content being plagiarism-free. Shouldn't that be a given? Is it really something to spend your character limit on? Moreover, LinkedIn lead generation is not allowed on Fiverr, so I suggest you delete that gig. Overall, your gigs look very generic. They do not stand out from the hundreds of other similar gigs that I have seen. Why should I buy from you? Where is the personality? I think you need to work on your gigs a bit more. I will not tell you exactly what to do as that is up to you to figure out. You are a freelancer, after all.
    8 points
  21. Just handle them like any other regular client, professionally. You already know you can deliver the job, be confident that you can deliver a good job!
    8 points
  22. Another indication of why @newsmike's advice is sound advice. Every seller on the Fiverr Platform should seek to improve thieir English communication skills.
    8 points
  23. We all have those problematic words.
    8 points
  24. I would suggest from my perspective first discuss with client he is agrees and do some solutions to gather with client. If he still deny then suggest cancel the order we can again boost our level again but negative reviews put major impact in account.
    8 points
  25. Hello . This is designer_press. I have created my fiverr account just 8 days ago and i have already got my first order. Today i am very happy. Please feel free to suggest me any improvements. Advance thanks.
    7 points
  26. Hello everyone, how are you doing ? am new here, trying to learn something here, i just joined as a freelancer hope i will get good things here
    7 points
  27. 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.
    7 points
  28. I have got 3rd order . Lucky Gig: https://www.fiverr.com/share/W7pNR7
    7 points
  29. Fiverr have to had night mode feature. Most of the time we have to stay fiverr.com. so we want night mode.
    7 points
  30. I would do the same thing as you and contact CS to explain to them what happened and request that it not affect my stats. I'm so sorry this happened to you though! Buyer should have contacted first if they wanted a delivery as quick as that.
    7 points
  31. You know you're getting old when you hear the words "fiber batch" and you think of this... And not this... Anyway, OP, Fiverr hasn't specified the full criteria it uses to give people badges. You have a shot at earning a badge if your gig is attractive and you deliver high quality work.
    7 points
  32. It seems like your customers have a lot of great feedback for you, so that is definitely very positive! I would suggest maybe adjusting your packages that say that you will post once per day for a month to actually run for a month rather than 7/14 days, so you do not end up delivering before you are actually done with your work, as that would be against ToS! Of course, I do not know what Fiverr looks at when they choose a TRS, but I would suggest keeping cancellations to a minimum and to always keep communication professional, but I am sure you already know that! He is a very sad person. He has been obsessed with disagreeing with certain forum users about everything after his first couple of threads went wrong on here. He even seems to harbor resentment for a person who disagreed with him in his first thread 11 months back! This guy holds a grudge. He has also tried to provoke me multiple times, for example, by creating threads right after I did, just to disagree with me. What is funny, though, is that although he seems to hate everything I say, he still at least had a look or five at my translation and proofreading gigs when he created/edited his own translation gig. It is so obvious! He has also been sexist on multiple occasions.
    7 points
  33. It's not easy to tell what goes into the decision to promote someone to TRS. You obviously have success here and great reviews. There's a lot of background "stuff" too. Private reviews, etc. I really don't know if CS could offer you any clarification on why you haven't been promoted. Have you considered trying out Seller Plus for a little while? It's worth its weight in gold, at least in my experience.
    7 points
  34. Do you really think you should be giving advice when you have made very few sales? I suggest you listen before you speak. Read the posts by the many successful sellers here on the forum, but please check their credentials first. Did they actually make more than a couple of sales? I guess you do not get orders that easily since you haven't received any in 3 months. Also, if this post is some desperate attempt to get sales, it won't work. Posting on the forum will not get you sales. Spend your time learning and improving instead. If you learned marketing, you would know what to do in order to get sales. Just an idea. Moreover, I do not think it is wise to use the name Sony on here for reasons that should be obvious.
    7 points
  35. You have to put this under the category "Improve my gig" if you want feedback about your gig. You actually have a nice portfolio. I would suggest you improve your gig description. "Surely, it will touch your deep feelings" -- this needs to be rephrased 😅
    7 points
  36. Are you saying that above people speak worse English than “your” people?
    7 points
  37. I am a new seller. I am a professional Digital Marketer and Facebook Expert. I do not get any orders. what can I do now? please help me.
    6 points
  38. Read the Project Description completely: Keep your cover letter description clean and simple: Specify your offer: make sure you are available today: Don't send a copy or same cover letter for all client: Bid with an average price:
    6 points
  39. My account became restricted because of my temporary id card. Then I contacted with Fiverr CS . They told me to try again with some proper guidelines. That actually worked...
    6 points
  40. Hello fiverr forum family I withdraw my first fiverr earning. I'm so happy please pray for me.
    6 points
  41. Today I successfully completed my 3rd order of $50 with 5 star review. Buyer posted a request to change something in all pages of a book. 86 offers were sent before I could send my offer so now I did not expect to get the order but Buyer messaged me a day later and after taking some samples she agreed to order. < Please carefully read buyer's request before send them a offer> I think the offers sent earlier does not matter if you send the offer to the buyer accordingly what do you think?
    6 points
  42. Yes, it is. 🤦🏻‍♀️ When will it stop! It has been suggested that it should be based on our "Reputation" score. Which for me is 35.8K I imagine it is high for other users such as @lloydsolutions, @jonbaas and many other Forum members who make valid contributions to the Fiverr Forum as opposed to spamming and trolling.
    6 points
  43. Your opinion, as usual, is totally divorced from reality. You can get to be a TRS without ever posting on the forum, and vice versa. OP, TRS is manually picked by Fiverr. Meeting the explicit criteria is not enough. Look at your profile and gigs and see what you can improve!
    6 points
  44. "Knock on you" sounds like a New Englander's way of describing criticism. "I don't like how this work came out..." "Hey man! You knockin' on my work!? This is some of my best craftmanship, right here!" I will say that as a seller doing graphics, poorly nuanced English from a buyer can cause a lot of headaches in terms of trying to pinpoint how they want the visual elements arranged or what type of illustration they are looking for; even people who are completely fluent in English and even proficient in business oriented communication may have a a great deal of trouble communicating issues they may be having with an image's composition, a problem that an art professor, graphic designer, or even an art or design student would not likely have. Bear in mind that as an artist, more often than not, I'm being reached out to by non-artists who may not know how to describe picky subjects such as proportion in regards to composition; this would be made worse if either of us were less than fluent in the Lingua Franca. That said, I'm sure the reverse problem where the seller is not proficient in English would be problematic too; not only may the seller have trouble interpreting some of the finer points and contexts requested by the buyer, but if anything is completely missed then forcing the them to patiently reiterate what they initially specified or worse de-escalating the situation after they get completely upset may be a problematic task.
    6 points
  45. Read this . Hope you find your answer https://community.fiverr.com/forums/topic/104668-marketing-yourself-just-do-it-heres-how-upyour/
    6 points
  46. Hi rabin, Here are some tips put together by other sellers. Do not stay online, 24/7. It would be best if you had your sleep to be productive. Do not post your gigs all over social media. It is SPAM, and besides, your friends and relatives are not your target buyers. Do not offer unlimited revisions. Buyers can keep asking for revisions over and over, and you’ll have no choice but to do them. Use Buyer Requests ONLY if you can do a great job fulfilling the buyer’s requirements. When making offers on Buyer Requests do not use copied and pasted offers. Each Buyer Request is unique and needs a different answer. Make sure your profile is perfect. Spell everything correctly and use proper English grammar. Make sure your gig images are different from any other seller, and make sure they are eye-catching. Never copy another seller’s gig mages or wording. Do not do homework for students. This will cause you to lose your gig and maybe even your account. Be patient. Offer fair pricing for your products. Offer quality products. Always be kind to Buyers (even the ones that tick you off). Seek to improve your product quality over time. Pay attention to what your Seller competitors are doing and learn from them (asking this question is a step in that direction). Be honest. Expect failures, disappointments, and cancellations but also expect successful events as well.
    6 points
  47. But you are a professional digital marketer and facebook expert, did you not market your gigs????
    6 points
  48. Oh no, I feel like there may be more time being spent here in future. Seriously, great looking platform that is going to really improve how everyone communicates and shares. Just the follow option alone is going to make it worthwhile coming back here daily again.
    6 points
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