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  1. Hello everyone. I'm very happy and excited now because I got the TOP RATED SELLER today. I joined Fiverr from August 2020 and my first order on August 31st, 2020, today is August 16th and I finally got this Level after 2 months waiting for this Level. I sincerely thank you to my Architect team and specially Fiverr, Fiverr Support Team supported me to working in the past time. I will continue to work harder and harder to be worthy of this TOP RATED LEVEL. 🍀❤️🙏☺️
    22 points
  2. I'm literally buzzing with excitement as this morning I received the notification... 'Congrats! You're now a Top Rated Seller!' Since I joined Fiverr I always had the intention to work hard and succeed in reaching every possible goal here. When I first achieved the stats to become a TRS, I was disappointed at first to find stats alone aren't enough to reach this level, and all TRS's are hand-picked. But I didn't let this discourage me. I doubled down, making improvement after improvement, my descriptions, gig images, videos, FAQ's, improving my skills and paying constant attention to the service I provided. Just over a month ago I was invited to join the Seller Plus program so I knew I was on the right track. I had a great first meeting with my Seller Plus manager who could see how passionate and excited I was about my work and being part of Fiverr. And she was super helpful answering all my questions and pointing me in the right direction. I knew I'd get to the TRS level eventually, but I didn't realise just weeks later I'd receive this notification, only 2 years and 2 months since joining. Just 4 days ago I wrote a post titled 'Use Your Time Wisely', and in that post left a few takeaways of what I'd learned from my time here. With this achievement I feel these points have a little more validity and prove that they are a sure-fire way to succeed here, so I'd like to share them again... Spend time improving your skills to deliver the best results possible. Be professional, courteous and friendly to buyers at all times. Constantly review all aspects of your gigs to see how you can make improvements. Review your gig after any challenge or negative experience, to see if you can re-word your description or add an FAQ to prevent the same situation happening again. Under-promise, over-deliver. Spend time searching through many of the good quality posts from experienced buyers on this forum to pick up tips. I'd like to thank all my buyers, Fiverr support, my Seller Plus manager, and all the Fiverr forum users who have written about their experiences and left such valuable tips here. I didn't use the forum very often when I first joined, but the last few months I've been visiting daily and have found the time spent here so rewarding. The forum is literally a goldmine of information if you take your time and seek out the quality posts. I'm now off to do a days work with a big smile on my face and I'll definitely be celebrating tonight!
    19 points
  3. I have successfully completed my 2 orders and received tips in both. I want to tell you one thing 1.The more you can be online, the more likely it is that your order will come. 2. Will try to deliver on time 3. Talk to the buyer nicely and fluently, if you do not understand anything, you must ask the buyer again. Because if you don't understand the buyer, you will never be able to do the job in the right way
    13 points
  4. I applaud you thinking this through. A couple things to consider. 1. Ignore all the folks who will give you foolish, debunked advice like "stay online always" I see 2 of those have already popped up to offer you nonsense advice. It is not necessary to remain online at all. The fiverr app will notify when you get a message or an order. 2. Every successful seller here started where you are now. For each, it was a slow start with the same concerns. Patience is definitely important. But so is making sure that your gig is attractive, clearly written (no typos) and that you sell yourself properly in the description. 3. Price yourself low at the beginning. Everyone had to stand on the corner in a mini skirt and heels at the beginning to get the first few orders. 4. Hold your nose, and respond to buyers requests. Do this to get as many reviews as possible to start getting a little traction in the algorithm. The algo rewards profitability, so the small sales at the beginning do count. Stop doing buyers requests as soon as you can afford to, followed by a long shower and a good cry. 5. Treat your customers really well and do good work, but don't let bully buyers (you will have em especially at the lower price range) take advantage of you. 6. As soon as you get some momentum toward level 1, raise your prices to earn more and leave the $5 buyers in the dust. Good luck. the fact that you are thinking about it, and you can communicate effectively already puts you way ahead of the flood of new sellers here, but it is crowded here. So get the gigs perfect, and best of luck.
    11 points
  5. 1. How do i get my first order?🙄 - Well, the most common answer is before you ask this question you should read some great post & trips that have posted already. But i have few points on this Do you post your service keyword on your gig title? Do you write a proper description about your service on your gig? Do you use professional gig image? Do you have a portfolio to show? If you answer yes in all this question then no worries you will get order soon. 2. Do i need to stay online 24/7? 😴 -Absolutely note. you are human not a robot. You never know which country buyer will place order in your gig. As this is a global market. But if you want to target specific country you can schedule based on that. But don't to stay online 24/7. 3. Does sharing gig on social media has an impact on my gig? 🧐 -Negative. Because impression on gig & click on gig depends on Fiverr algorithm. But you can share your gig on social media to let people know about your services. 4. Does spending time on forum impact on my profile?😏 -No, but you will get a bulk amount of knowledge in here I have tried to share my knowledge, Someone might also have different opinion also. But i believe if you do it on the right way success will be yours. if you go for shortcut success will be temporary. Happy Freelancing !!
    9 points
  6. Alhamdulillah, Finally, I got Level One Seller Badge. My Fiverr gig: https://www.fiverr.com/share/ogD8eL
    8 points
  7. 1. Attractive Gig Image. 2. Unique Title 3. Relevant Description 4.SEO in image 5. SEO in title and description 6. Adjust fear price 7. Fast response 8. Gig marketing. I think all this point help you to rank your Gig in fast page. Best of luck.
    8 points
  8. NEVER try to ask buyer for review. Seller rights is getting money from the jobs. Getting review is just like a huge bonus. In many case where Seller ask for reviews..., Buyer can report Seller for Reviews Manipulation. Note that when Buyer didn't give you a reviews.., sometimes it means that your Buyer didn't 100% satisfied.
    8 points
  9. Go wherever your target customers are, and advertise/promote/market your services at those locations. This is what any business, around the world, does to find customers. The process is no different with your Fiverr gigs. You're on Fiverr. We talk about Fiverr here. Therefore, Fiverr is the best freelancing platform available. Hashtags are pointless -- on any website, UNLESS the people seeing those hashtags are looking for YOUR services.
    8 points
  10. 15th august, a remarkable day in my life. I have received 100 reviews and Level two seller badge today. I know there are a lot of sellers in fiverr who are level two seller but it is very special to me . Please keep me in your prayer . Stay safe and stay with fiverr. Love you guys. Thanks Pratik
    7 points
  11. Hello I am Fatema Begum from Bangladesh and recently join on Fiverr Forum. Few days I created a new Gig related Graphic Design Category. Please Check My Gig and share your experience My Gig : https://www.fiverr.com/share/jpARbo Thank You!
    7 points
  12. It's "first job", not "fist job". "Fist job" sounds wrong. So, so wrong. Don't google it.
    7 points
  13. Today I am 25 order completed in Fiverr. Thank you, Fiverr
    7 points
  14. @shofeulislam Yes you can get it. Buyer can do it within 10 days of order completion whether it's auto or marked by buyer.
    7 points
  15. Then your account wasn’t evaluated yet. just wait for it, sometimes it takes a couple of days. Your evaluation period will end when you will see next date on your dashboard aka 15 September
    7 points
  16. I completed over 100 orders and I'm very pleased with myself and fiverr. Everybody that ordered from me is very satisfied 🙂 I also got promoted to the level 2 seller in just a year.
    6 points
  17. One of my buyer has given me a tip of almost $15 today. He gave me $10 tip yesterday. I'm really feeling so happy
    6 points
  18. 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: FIVERR BUYER REQUEST SAMPLE OR PROPOSAL (FOR ANY CATEGORY) : ” Hello sir, I have read your project details and I know you want ( describe client demand). I am sure I can give you the perfect work and I am a full-time freelancer. so you will get the best service and support. I am now online for you so if you want you can message me. Best Regards Your name TIPS FOR CLIENT COMMUNICATION Read the first message carefully Don't called sir/madam Ask some question WHY I CAN’T SEE BUYER REQUESTS ON FIVERR? If you are a new seller and you have created your Fiverr account last day or within 24 hours normally you will not see the buyer request on your profile Fiverr buyer request section. It depends on your category but you should wait a minimum of 1 or 2 days first time. Tray to see the buyer request from the evening (Asian country). Because when Asian countries evening time that’s the time most of the clients post their project. also, you can see your buyer request Asian country time 12 am to 3 am and 12 pm to 2 pm. for other countries please try to send your buyer request on USA time 2 pm -3pm and 6 am to 9 am Mainly you should try maximum time search buyer request on Fiverr buyer request section hope you will get the best results.
    6 points
  19. I agree. That's very impressive! Congrats, kim_ngan.
    6 points
  20. Tips for Sellers This category is for posts with original tips for sellers to utilize. If you want to ask for tips, please use Improve my Gig. Always read the category heading before posting. Check this out:
    6 points
  21. Never ask Buyer for review. Fiverr reminds Buyer twice to leave their feedback. If they didnt give it then never ask.
    6 points
  22. Once the order marked as completed buyer can review within 10 days. 10 days past then there are no options to review.
    6 points
  23. Someone needs to turn that into a song...
    6 points
  24. No. No and no. 👎 buyers don’t come just because you are online. Buyers come if they like your offer and you can solve their problem.
    6 points
  25. Please, Buyers: Don't tell us it is a 'long term project' before you know us. It does not make sense in the real world: you won't hire someone for a huge project before you know the person, his/her way of working or before knowing if your personalities are in sync. Dangling the bait of a long term project before a new seller is unprofessional and unethical, in my opinion. Even if you really do have a big project, check out the seller first with a small job.
    5 points
  26. Hello everyone! As a way of welcoming myself to the Fiverr community, I wanted to start by giving something rather than taking. Now I know that $100 is a splash in the pond for some, but for the people starting out, hopefully these tips will boost you past what was stalling you from getting that first order! I'd find the advice of someone closer to my level a bit more relatable than sellers at their first $1000, or even their first $10,000! So hopefully, you can take these tips and use them to either start your Fiverr success! Or progress it into something better than it was before! 1. Have Patience, My Friend I imagine that a lot of you have started the Fiverr journey expecting immediate results. And that's ok! Some sellers who start out have impeccably flawless gigs, with professional thumbnails and competitive prices, due to their skills from outside of the platform. But in most cases, it boils down to one simple thing. Waiting. When you create a gig, it starts at 0 reviews and 0 impressions. Gigs are created by the hundreds everyday and it's quite difficult to set yourself apart from them. It's just the way the game is played. If your gig is greater than 50% of the competition, eventually, a price shopper will land on your gig and take a chance on you. This could take a week. It could take months. But eventually, you will get that first order. And that's where the fun begins. 2. The Thumbnail Is What Makes Them Click As humans, we like pretty things. It's within our subconscious to equate something shiny to high quality. Example? Diamonds. Apple Products. You get the picture. The thumbnail is the absolute first interaction with you and your potential buyer. The quality of the thumbnail relates to your perceived competency. But don't fret, quality doesn't necessarily means becoming an expert in Photoshop or Illustrator, there's plenty of paths to enticing a buyer to check out your gig. One way is to show off your design skills if you have them. Color does indeed attract. It's why when a peacock presents its feathers, we have to look. It's beautiful! Another way is highlighting the value of your gig within the image itself. If you look at the top sellers, you'll notice that 9 times out of 10, they'll explain their services within the thumbnail itself, making it readable and clear. If you're not good at design, do this instead. Or even better, find a designer on Fiverr and have them make you something better than you can produce. Another way is show your face. Humans like faces, they like a glimpse of personality. You can do this by including a picture of yourself within the thumbnails design. You can either put on a big smile to show that you're a happy person who gives off the impression that you're fun to work with, or you can take after me and make a cringe, trying to be cool, thumbnail! I might not be smiling but damn, does it show what I'm all about! 3. The Title Should Be A Summary Once you've hooked in your potential buyer, they'll look at a number of things. If they're price conscious, they'll look at your prices. If money isn't an issue, they'll read your title. Obviously, we want the buyers with a bit of 💲dollah💲 in their bank accounts so the title is your next priority. Your title should serve, not just as the summary of your gig, but as a summary of what you offer. For example, my main writing gig's title is "Write an article that will make your competitors jealous". Show off your confidence and your personality, nobody wants someone who isn't confident in what they do. If you're not confident, fake it until you make it. Worked for me, it'll work for you. Now I don't know my buyers competitors when they first contact me. But I do know that I can provide them an article that has quality. And researching the skills of my fellow Fiverr competitors, and knowing that buyers do have a bad experience when trying to find competent writers on many gig platforms, I can guarantee, at the minimum, I can write better than 50% of my competitors. So that means I can deliver on my titles promise to 50% of all buyers on this platform. So when you're making a gig, don't be afraid to inject some of yourself into it. Because in the end, it's not your gig they'll be working with, it'll be you. 4. Have Fun With The Description But Show Value They've read your badass title and they like it! "This guy with the crudely low resolution glasses on his thumbnail is pretty cool! The title reinforces that!". Well thank you, me, who is currently high fiving myself, yes, I am pretty cool. But back to the tips... The description is completely yours and yours alone. You can do whatever you want with it. But what I'd advise is to place yourself in the eyes of your ideal potential customer. What would you think? This is what I think they think: Is what they offer clear and readable? Does it explain the value I'll get? Will I end up skimming it because it's too long? Does the description give me an insight into the person I'm ordering from? As a writer myself, I'd think of what a buyer wants in relation to what I offer. You should do the same with your target audience but for me, they want an article, a good one. They want it quick. They don't have time for spelling errors or bad grammar. They're after a person who can write in multiple tones, in first, second and third person etc etc But they also want to know what kind of person I am. "Sure, it's good that his thumbnail is pretty flashy and his title sets him apart from most, but who is this guy really? Who will I be working with? Will they get my return orders? Are they easy to work with and understand that I may be a buyer, but I'm also a human being deserving of respect and patience?". So to combine all of this into a summary, describe exactly what you can offer the buyer in terms of value and who you are. You're not offering a 500 word article, you're offering a story, something engaging to keep readers hooked, and something that's easily readable and clear. Think along those terms and you'll do fine. 5. The Sad Truth. Price Low To Begin With I know, I know, nobody likes being paid less. But the game of Fiverr is reviews. And to get reviews, you need buyers. And the most buyers price shop at the very low end of the marketplace. You want to be there when they're price shopping. Try not to see your start as a way to get the big bucks instantly, try and see it as an investment. Each 4-5* review you get increases a number on your profile and your visibility on Fiverrs algorithm. The bigger this number gets, the more opportunities and buyers you'll receive. I'll admit, the worst of the worst buyers lie at this bottom end of the marketplace but it's a place where we all start. But you'll also meet some buyers who are pretty great. Don't worry, it's not all doom and gloom. Every top seller you see had to begin here, where you are now. But if your thumbnail looks good, your title stands out and your description is solid, you'll come off as smart. And smart sellers can come off as intimidating to those who wish to take advantage of them. You wont avoid them entirely, not at all, it's impossible. But this is the way the game is played. If you meet these buyers, be wary. But it's a necessary evil to starting. When you've reached 10 reviews, start pricing up. 20, price up more. You'll eventually weed out these people. And your patience will pay off. 6. Do A Little Bit Extra For Your Buyer Ok, you've landed a buyer and they seem nice. They've taken a chance on you and holy crap, that's pretty great! This is your chance to shine. I know I made price shoppers sound like the spawns of Satan but you will actually meet some decent people. They're just looking for some value or their own budget isn't so big but they're trying to hustle. You gotta respect the hustle. You're also hustling. Hustle together. I bring back a cliche saying. "Under-promise, over-deliver". Give your buyer your all, ignore the price you're selling at. The tiers don't matter anymore, only what the buyer requests. I'm not saying slave away for them, just throw a little extra in. Don't violate specific things, which for writers would be word count or title, the buyer knows what they want. But if your delivery date is in 3 days, deliver it in 2 hours. But only do it if you don't mind, or you're ready for the Fiverr grind. You wont enjoy it otherwise. There's been plenty of first tier articles that I've completed to a premium tier quality. I want these guys to come back after all. The pedantics of my gigs pricing doesn't matter. This is human to human communication and luckily, people recognize quality. I have 3 return clients and they're pretty awesome. I'm glad I went that extra step and the 5* reviews are mostly because of them. The first return attracted the second and then the third. So yeah, just put a little extra in. You can resume normal service when you're getting more orders than you can count. And maybe send a deep and heartfelt thanks to those return buyers when you eventually price them out. 7. Always Ask For A Review But Don't Ask For A Specific Review I bet you thought this was against the rules, huh? Nope! Fiverr has absolutely no problem with you requesting a review. They will, however, karate chop you to Kansas and back if you ask them for a 5* review. (if you live in Kansas, replace it with another state, I dunno, I'm British). Your main priority in the beginning is reviews, reviews, reviews. Reviews are your currency at this point. Fiverr on its own does a great job on poking and bothering the buyer into submitting a review but it's not exactly the human touch. If your buyer loved your work, they were kind and friendly and the stars are aligned, ask them this: "Would you mind leaving me a review you think I deserve?" This is great because you asked them this. They've been so great with you as you produce some work for them, and your work, well, it blows most out of the water compared to who they've tried before. So if the buyer knows that your already cheap service is great value and you've told them what you want, they'll more than likely leave you a delightful review! But if you did mediocre or they're less than happy, well, it might be in your best interest to not ask them that.
    5 points
  27. 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..
    5 points
  28. Are you ok? I wanted to make sure you weren't having a stroke or something?
    5 points
  29. my positive rating not show. What will do now? my accunt link https://www.fiverr.com/tanvirrudra?up_rollout=true
    5 points
  30. Wow, Kim you're amazing. You achieved the golden badge just in a year. I'm speechless.
    5 points
  31. Congratulations! Best wishes on your same journey with a new badge!
    5 points
  32. Welcome on board! Provide quality work Provide best customer support Respond to buyer request regularly with specific details only. Have patience. Best wishes on your journey.
    5 points
  33. You can put it as one of the questions in your requirements section that clients have to fill out
    5 points
  34. I was really happy moment to when I saw popup That You've got level one seller now.
    5 points
  35. Another SPAM. #2. Please don't fill this forum with this kind of useless post.
    5 points
  36. You want to be served on a silver platter and not use your brain to think (the questions were there so you would know the direction of your marketing strategy)... The gig image for your logo design gig looks ridiculous, I don't think marketing that would help you gain more sales.
    5 points
  37. Are you seriously complaining that someone is trying to help you? I was trying to make you think about your own business but it seems that you don’t want invest your own time in your own business 🤷‍♀️ no one can give you a simple “solution” without YOU thinking of who are clients and where to find them. That kind of attitude shows that you are not ready to invest your time into achieving your targets. And that never got anyone successful. Do you think someone gave a “solution” to Jeff Bezos on how to create Amazon? Hint: No. but good luck anyway.
    5 points
  38. That is not how fiverr works.
    5 points
  39. So you just put a list of existing social medias? The list of companies has nothing to do with marketing. marketing is based on your target audience and where that audience spends time. If people that you are targeting are not using Facebook then it will be completely useless for you and your business. Spamming your gig links in someone’s posts and comments is also not marketing.
    5 points
  40. Don't. Fiverr Terms of Service: Unless you *already* have permission to contact a previous buyer, DON'T. You risk being reported for spam.
    5 points
  41. I am level one seller but yesterday i completed one order after one month. Fiverr profile goes ups and downs. But my suggestion is make 7 gigs when you new. Focus on your buyer request. Many seller told here to active 24 hours online but trust me this is not a good move. Keep patience and try for best.
    5 points
  42. I don't understand why you are asking us what to do. Do you really think it's a good idea to give your work away for free? Please use commonsense. That "client" is trying to get free work from you, and has no intention of paying. Your work has value. Don't give him free work.
    5 points
  43. Do you know why every water bottle is blue? Why every traffic “Stop” sign is red? It’s because different colors make people feel different emotions. Water bottle is blue, because it looks more trustworthy. Would you drink from a water bottle that it’s color is black? I would not even think about buying one. Every traffic “STOP” sign is red, so it will focus driver attention and make him more alert. I learned that when I was studying web design and Im still using it today on my websites. If i would be making layout for doctor’s website or payment service company I would totally go on blue with white. Ecology Party Website? There you go green, your turn… You can see color psychology used everywhere, because it’s so effective. There are artist, companies, politics that are using it. You can use it on your main gig image, so you can affect potential buyers emotions! You could just change colors on it and make your gig more effective. Okay Michał, but I have 5 orders and no time to read so much. I get it and I value your time. Below I will list most important colors and when to use them. You can read more about color psychology online, as im not psychologist 😁 Red: Increases attention, passion and energy. You can use it for: Making your gig more noticeableBring more attention to important informationsWarningsBlue: Increases calmness, trust and safety. You can use it for: Making your gig more trustworthyMake your products look saferHelp your clients feel more secureOrange: Increases friendliness and energy. You can use it for: Making your gig look more friendlyMake your product look more uniqueFind younger target audienceWhite: Increases easiness and simplicity. You can use it for: Make your gig look simpler to understandMake your products look more clean (perfect choice for toothpaste, soap)Make your clients feel calmerYellow: Increases mood and passion. You can use it for: Make your gig feel more passionateMake your clients feel more comfortableGreen: Increases naturalness and healthness. You can use it for: Environmentalist themeMake your product feel more naturalPart 2: How to choose colors for your gig image?
    4 points
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