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  1. LinkedIn is a professional site. If you have not already created an account on this website then you must create an account on this website and use it in the right way, no doubt you will get new projects as well as if you have a nice experience in your field and you are providing outstanding services to your client. Must share your outstanding feedback from your client on this website. You will get new clients. For the gig promotion, you can just copy and paste your gig links on this website. This site is especially associated with your gigs. LinkedIn can auto-populates imagery if you included links like Facebook. Write a brief description of your services. Why people should be interested. Think about it and write in maximum in two sentences. Because most of the people don’t want to click on read more option to expand and read the whole description beyond the read more option. Try to create a new connection on LinkedIn and make sure every connection is relevant to your service that you are providing. Because everyone values their time. They only want to see related things about their work. That’s how you can reach the audience you desire. My Fiverr Link: https://www.fiverr.com/share/jpDQYZ
    17 points
  2. I was checking the Seller Plus page and I saw that they are offering a 7-day earnings clearance instead of 14 days. I went to my earnings, and everything is still clearing in 14 days. Does this need to be upgraded manually? Or is it not implemented yet? Does anyone have the 7-day clearance (I am talking to follow Seller Plus users). I feel that if this is advertised, it should actually be active, and that's not the case for me. I created this topic to see if it's just me who doesn't have a 7-day earning clearance yet.
    14 points
  3. Alhamdulillah within few moths, i have completed 11 th order and achieving good reviews from clients. On the way to Level-1 batch in the next 15th August.
    13 points
  4. I have complete my 1st order. Thanks to Fiverr
    13 points
  5. Who is the “knock” and why is he not coming? 🤔
    12 points
  6. I am so happy that I got tips. It is my first time tips that I gotten last day.
    10 points
  7. It is my first time that I got 3 order in once. And completing this project I got tips from this client.
    10 points
  8. All my brother and sister. How are you?
    9 points
  9. I am Complete my 07 order with a 5-star rating
    9 points
  10. Hi everyone, I have a question in my mind! If I edit my gig after published is there any problem? Will it effect on my gig? Thanks in advance for your responses.
    9 points
  11. It might be helpful to use a different word. "knock" means something completely different than how you are using it. You won't get knocks from buyers, but you could earn responses and messages -- IF your seller offer is better than the dozens of other sellers trying to win those same projects. Just because you (or any seller) sends a response to a buyer request, does not guarantee that you (or any seller) will gain any orders. You are competing against other sellers. Be the best seller for the job.
    9 points
  12. Today I finished the work for $105. please visit my profile
    8 points
  13. Hey , I am a freelancer from Bangladesh serving graphics designing related services, What about you and your services?
    8 points
  14. I will give some tips how to improve your Fiverr gigs impression: First, keep these things in mind while you write and publish your Fiverr Gig. You Gig should contain an attractive title so it helps you to attract buyers. You Gig description should be well written. Description of your Fiverr Gig should be User-friendly. Beautiful Designed Images which grab the attention of Client/Buyer. You should use tags properly. All these are recommended steps before you think to generate some good income from Fiverr. So, first, you should focus on the above steps. If you published you Gig, go and edit it. Talk about your business & the things you do and wait for responses, then give the link to your gig(s) or your Fiverr profile. Be Sociable, don't just talk about business talk about things that make you happy or feel good. Share images and positive quotes. When you make those who you socialize with feel good about themselves, they, in turn, feel good about you. That confidence in you will result in more sales. Please give me correction if I made any mistake. Mahim
    8 points
  15. Please don’t spam other people’s threads. If you need help getting sales, read through the Forum for some tips.
    8 points
  16. Yes, I have it, but only for orders placed starting from Friday. All previously placed orders still require 14 days.
    8 points
  17. What is a "nock"? Is this some type of food that you are growing in your garden? Perhaps this is some kind of mail you are expecting in your mailbox? There are no "nocks" on Fiverr. There are no "knocks" either. Sellers here, receive messages, communication, and orders. If you want any of these, you are going to have to be a great seller, who has an eye-catching gig, that offers a better service than your thousands of other competitors. Fiverr is not an easy get-rich-quick website. That's not how freelancing works.
    8 points
  18. It might be more helpful for you to worry less about trying to manipulate the search system with repetitive keywords, and focus, instead, on making your gig description and image as top-notch as possible. It is the content of your gigs that will lead to orders, not how many keywords you can use to trick the search system.
    8 points
  19. Introducing: Subscriptions. Selling a Gig is one thing, but keeping your customers committed is another. We’re excited to introduce Fiverr’s brand new Subscriptions feature, allowing you to offer your services on an ongoing basis. Now you can transform your one-time Gig into long-term success. Having customers order your Gigs on repeat has never been easier. Subscriptions help you: Start building relationships Turn one-time buyer satisfaction into long-term loyalty Sustain business growth Set your revenue on repeat and watch your revenues grow Secure a steady income Get a clear idea of your upcoming projects and expected revenue For more information about Subscriptions, please visit: https://www.fiverr.com/pages/subscriptions-sellers
    7 points
  20. I am Shopify/WordPress developer. I am a new here but I have experience in developing single/Niche based stores in Shopify. I also can develop sites in WordPress. I have added my website that I have develop during my learning time. portfolio.pdf
    7 points
  21. Hi all, I am a new member here..Please wish me good luck!!! Also please share your experiences too...
    7 points
  22. I am Happy. I got my first order at fiverr
    7 points
  23. Welcome to the community.
    7 points
  24. I got a mail some days ago where it was mentioned, didn't pay attention as I have 7 days anyhow, but maybe check your mails, to be sure that your Seller Plus mails don't go into your spam folder, and maybe there's more info in there.
    7 points
  25. If you don't know about this please don't give wrong information. If the buyer is a Business or VID client they can make a zoom meeting session. Otherwise if you need to contact with the buyer for your task purpose and the buyer Isn't BC or VID then you have to take permission from the CS to make a video session. Without taking permission if you make any video session with the client who are not BC or VID you will be banned or warned by the Fiverr.
    7 points
  26. That's how Fiverr is designed to work. Buyers can place orders directly whenever they like, they don't have to ask for a custom offer or your permission. The only way to prevent that buyer from ordering again is to block them. You might also want to read Fiverr's Terms of Service and articles in the help section to learn how Fiverr actually works.
    7 points
  27. Some sellers got their money from Fiverr even after the client cancelled the order, if the work was properly done. Threatening that you will stop working on Fiverr is unlikely to accomplish anything, though. The CS representative you were talking to can't do anything on their own; they have sent the info to the relevant team, and it's possible that the team doesn't work on weekends.
    7 points
  28. Here you go, an official reply from fiverr staff
    7 points
  29. Well, you definitely should stop spamming forum with the comments that have nothing to do with the topics you are spamming. That wouldn’t help you to get orders. All you will do is to show potential clients that come to the forum that you have zero understanding what people are talking about on the topic and just posting spam, no clients would like to hire sellers that wouldn’t understand their requirements.
    7 points
  30. You can follow it. Activeness is important Send 10 buyer request Social media marketing Proper SEO Proper keywords or tags Connect at fiverr forum Patience & honest
    7 points
  31. The forum is full of new sellers desperately wanting success. Someone has told them that you just create a gig and everybody rushes to buy it … Easy money! Of course that is not the case! Selling on Fiverr is just like opening a business. Imagine you are opening a shop in a town. You would see what the competition is doing. Are they offering the same thing as you. Can you offer something different or better. Or maybe a niche that nobody else has thought of. That is called research and you must do this before doing anything. Only offer something for which you have the ability to provide a professional service. Make sure everything in your profile is accurate. Buyers are not stupid and they will see through deception and move on to buy from someone else. Your Fiverr account and your forum account are separate. Posting on the forum will not get you sales. Use the forum to read and learn from experienced forum members and sellers. Everything you need to be successful is on the forum or the Fiverr website. Beware of what you are finding elsewhere! Read, learn, take action! Good luck! 🙂
    6 points
  32. Hey everyone! frank hello600×600 2.06 MBA disclaimer: The following post/article is not an official Fiverr statement. It’s a summary of my personal observations over how Fiverr works and I am sharing because I noticed that more and more sellers come here, stating that they “lost their ranking”. This is my effort to provide them with some answers and some food for thought. Hold up. Fiverr 3.0? If Fiverr’s early days (the wild wild west days) was Fiverr 1.0 and we count the facelift in 2014 (I think?) as v2.0, then we quietly got v3.0 late last year. Without an official announcement, without much fanfare, the website slowly rolled out a back end update which seems to have concluded late last year. How do I know this? This is a good time to remind you to read my disclaimer. I have no way of actually knowing anything, no one from Fiverr shared insights with me either. This is just a gut feeling and tons of personal observation, from a seller obsessed with performance. (and figuring out how things work) Ranking is no more I started hinting about this mid-2020, then started actively talking about it. Talking about ranking is moot, as there are no more results pages. Well technically there are, but you’ll see what I mean in a minute. Fiverr transitioned from being a search engine like Google to being a match making service like Tinder. It no longer serves users (buyers) with pages filled with search results, ranked according to how well they are “performing”. Fiverr also no longer counts on buyers clicking on verticals to find what they need. It’s all about the search function. Fiverr’s new engine tries to match a buyer with a potential seller that will be as close to a 100% ideal match as possible, as soon as possible. A great match is when: A) a seller offers something relative to what the buyer is searching for and B) a seller has great “performance” It’s all about reducing risk for Fiverr. Risk that the buyer won’t find someone to hire and therefore won’t spent their money. Or risk that the buyer will not get a great service and ask for a refund, never to return again on the platform. What is this “performance” you keep going on about? Here comes the good stuff. There are two kinds of performance that Fiverr keeps track of: A) performance as a seller (converting prospects into buyers) B) performance as a vendor (satisfying buyers, successfully completing orders) THAT’S IT. Fiverr doesn’t care if you are the best designer, video editor, animator, writer, what have you. All it cares is that you can make people spend and then making sure that said people don’t ask their money back. (And therefore stay on the platform to spend some more) I am oversimplifying things, as the system actually keeps track of a bunch of interesting metrics when serving buyers with sellers. Which is why searching for your gig, or your competition on Fiverr, even using incognito or clearing cookies and what not, will NEVER show you anything useful. The new engine qualifies buyers and knows a lot about them, before serving your gig their way: -their purchase intent -buying history -browsing habits (I mean on site) -how they respond to custom offers -when they spend -how they spend The list is long, and I am sure that even if I am right on some of the stuff I think I understand, there are hundreds more variables that only Fiverr’s coders know. OK, let’s say you are right. What now? Well just like every change in life, it is always met with resistance. The new “engine” is here to stay apparently, since its sole purpose is making the platform more money. What should we do? Why are people losing their “rankings” out of the blue? This is where I will try to sound less like a lunatic and actually try to form all the observations into some -hopefully- actionable advice. When people start noticing that their gigs are losing impressions, or that messages stop coming in, etc, it’s usually because their performance has deteriorated. They dropped the ball somehow. I know it always seems like it’s out of the blue, but there are indicators. Here are some things to keep in mind. The new system values speed and relevance over anything else. It’s all RELEVANT: (performance A) So performance A (being a good closer) has everything to do with how your gig is set up. If you still think about SEO, and keywords, and ranking, you already lost the game. Focus on your gig’s title, don’t try to capture everyone, don’t use pretty adjectives, focus on who you want to find your gig. You need to be focused on your niche. Relevance is key. You need to make sure that only the people you can help will find you, and that will make Fiverr LOVE your gig. Don’t use the same keywords as what you used as a gig title. Trust me. Fiverr 3.0 hates that. Your tags need to be complimentary to your title. Not repeating what you say you will do. Again: relevance. If your gig’s description is written with “SEO” in mind, and is “keyword-rich”, you will once again underperform. Fiverr 3.0 no longer crawls for keywords, it rewards descriptions that answer questions and help convert. The need for SPEED: (performance B) Fiverr 3.0 loves speed. The quicker you can respond to inquiries the better. The sooner you get that custom offer accepted, the better. Other factors that may show Fiverr you are rocking it: -Delivering fast -Buyers accepting their delivery relatively quickly -Not getting lots of revision requests -Not leaving order updates unanswered for too long (the “buyer has posted an update for X amount of hours” notification) -Delivering before the “you have 12 hours to deliver” notification -Avoiding cancellations -Avoiding time extensions Oh, one more thing: Relevance and speed are just two faces of a multi-faced die, that calculates one very important thing. Fiverr 3.0 is all about having satisfied buyers. The platform no longer just focuses on making revenue and having gigs purchased. The updated engine focuses solely on having happy buyers. Which leads me to my last point for this article, to whoever wants to hear it: Your reviews no longer matter as much. You can keep getting all 5-star reviews, and you will still experience lulls and droughts. Because the system no longer takes public reviews into consideration, using the same weight as Fiverr 2.0. They still count, but not as much. And can you blame them? The majority of sellers on the platform can be phoning it in and still get a higher than 4.7 average. The system has too many 5-star sellers for that metric to indicate anything. If everyone is 5-stars, then no one is 5-stars. (to paraphrase something I keep saying for TRS badges.) So unfortunately, and maybe even people gaming the system with fake reviews had something to do with this, public reviews no longer mean as much to the platform, when it calculates how happy our buyers are. It’s a long and complex formula, but I simplified it to this for now: Performance A + Performance B + Buyer satisfaction = Actual seller rating I still think that “gig rotation” is not a thing. It does exist, but it would never tank successful sellers and truly valuable gigs. So to sum up: -When you search for your gig and find it, that’s a skewed POV, that’s not telling you the whole story. You should stop doing that. -When your gig is served to buyers, it’s because Fiverr actually believes you can score. -The gigs that are also presented along your offering, are also very carefully selected based on their performance. There is no “ranking”. -When you notice a drop in sales/enquiries/impressions, start thinking about your overall performance. More often than not, there is definitely some indicator that “told” Fiverr that you were dropping the proverbial ball. The bad news is that this will take some getting used to and sellers are once again asked to either adapt or “perish”. The good news is that this new system is actually a lot more forgiving than the old “SEO/rank” system. Even if you drop the ball performance wise, all it takes is just a tiny spark to get things going again. As I write this, and gave it a quick read I understand that I may have oversimplified things, or that I haven’t spelled it out as much as I could. Please forgive me, as I have a birthday cake to attend to. 🙂 As always I will be here to answer any questions and discuss things in detail with you all. Thank you! main_3800×800 433 KB
    6 points
  33. Alhamdulillah , I just Completed "Top Rated Seller" all Requirements .. I took 1 year to fill this Requirements .. please pray for me to reach my goal thank you everyone..
    6 points
  34. Hello Family, I want to share some tips regarding my freelancing experience with you people which are following: Never try to take shortcuts, always create value for your clients, and always tend to over-deliver. This is an obvious one but Fiverr really hates cancellations or bad reviews so only take up projects that you can complete and deliver on time. Don't always tend to be extremely formal with your clients. Remember they are also humans just like you so asking someone about how their day was, would never hurt anyone. Most of my clients are very happy because I not only tend to work with them on their projects but I also tend to make sure that both of us enjoy the process along the way. From my experience, your gig ranking really depends on how consistently you deliver great work, so keep delivering projects with great ratings to keep your gig in the top ranks. Finally, make sure you strike a perfect work-life balance and spend some quality time with your friends and family every once in a while.
    6 points
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  36. This made my morning 🙂 Thanks @Fiverr for this beautiful platform. Otherwise it would be difficult to get client and earn money by working from home.
    6 points
  37. I have recently completed my BS in microbiology and molecular genetics. My skills include: Content writing Research writing MS Word, Excel and Powerpoint SEO WordPress Blogging Front-end web development Photography is my favorite hobby. I started working as a freelancer in July, 2020.
    6 points
  38. Someone explain me fiverr gig ranking system
    6 points
  39. You told him false, useless information because he wanted 15 day success? Thanks for clarifying. Hey @frank_d can we get a badge for effective use of sarcasm?
    6 points
  40. #2 is false. Please don't spread false information on the forum. It will not get you orders, and makes you appear uninformed as to how Fiverr actually works.
    6 points
  41. You can minor edit of your gig. If you feel you Don't get enough impression and click, than you can edit your gig but in your gig have some review or order than i recommended don’t edit your gig.
    6 points
  42. More orders are never guaranteed. And the OP is talking about not getting orders for 25 days, it's not like they can go back in time to offer an even better service to their old buyers. They're asking what they can do now, while not getting orders. Good luck!
    6 points
  43. I get most of my orders when I'm offline. I got my first order when I was offline, too. Being online only matters if the buyer needs something done urgently, so they're looking for sellers who can respond and start working on it immediately. Being online might also matter if you're offering something that way too many sellers are already offering, like background removal or data entry, because in that case, if a buyer sends messages to several sellers, whoever responds first might get the job (as long as their response makes sense and isn't just something like yes i do gret job ordr pliz). Auto refresher can get you in trouble.
    6 points
  44. Multiple gigs do not guarantee orders, just as having one gig doesn't either. There are not order guarantees here on Fiverr. If you want orders, the content of your gig matters most. Figure out how to appeal to your target customers, and be the seller that out-competes your thousands of other competitors.
    6 points
  45. There is no rank in the Fiverr search system. That is not how the system works. You (or any seller) cannot control where your gig appears in the search system, so it is best not to worry about it. Instead, research your target customers, and determine how best to reach out to them, specifically, and convince them to hire you.
    6 points
  46. There are no doors to knock on. There are, therefore, no "knocks" on Fiverr. There are, however, messages. If a buyer liked your offer, they might send you a MESSAGE. This "knocks" thing is getting a bit silly. How about we start calling them "messages" instead. 😉
    6 points
  47. We cannot get your more orders; that is your job as an independent freelancer. What do you think YOU can do to earn orders? Hint: Think like a businessman. And, for the record, none of us can help you get more impressions either, because impressions are only gained when a buyer looks for services like yours, and your gig shows up in the search results. Impressions are, therefore, entirely dependent upon buyer interest. You cannot control their interest, just as you (or any seller) cannot manipulate the search results. Clicks come from buyers who decide to visit you gig. The only thing you can do to increase the CHANCES of gaining a click, it so have an eye-catching gig image and gig title. Keep in mind, though, you are competing for attention from thousands of other competitors offering the same exact services you offer. As a result, there are no guarantees of orders here on Fiverr. To succeed, you need to out-compete your competition.
    6 points
  48. No Knock is the Wurst. 🤪
    6 points
  49. @sumonlight Please to not type in such a bib font. I makes it so that we Forum members have to scroll to read your message. Please use a smaller font. I am a TRS now and when I started it took me 45 days to get my first order. Fiverr is not a place to get rich quick. It takes a lot of hart work. I am glad @shadiya646shared the very helpful post that @lloydsolutionswrote. She has been a very helpful poster on the Fiverr Forum for many years. 🙇🏻
    6 points
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