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  1. Yes! got my first tip from USA client....so happy.... pray for me.
    14 points
  2. The issue here I don't go on the Fiverr much let alone the forum but every time I come here I always see misinformation being spread with no research done. People are constantly asking about their issues such as why they're making no sales. Most of the time the responses to those will be: - "share on social media" - "try your best" - "Be patient and success will come" Not to make you feel down if you have used these wordings yourself before, but let's open up our mind and try to understand these are meaningless tips. Yes the intentions are good from the individual but it gives no real value for the advise seeker. "Share on social media" doesn't solve the multiple questions such as; where do I share it? Who are my custom audience? How will the audience be redirected back to my Fiverr page? How will I attract this type of audience? Is social media even the right way for me to advertise? and many more questions that are needed to be successful if you go down that path. You guys must understand that for you to become a better seller on Fiverr, it's about learning. Not only will this help you on Fiverr itself as you understand how to rise up in the rankings but in life as well. It's not about competing against others; we actually progress the most when we work together, but how can you make sure you're always getting better. "How can I be better today than I was yesterday?" is what you should be asking yourself every morning. That being said, you are seen as authority figures on Fiverr, people are coming to YOU for quality service. When you speak, you must speak with wisdom and knowledge about the topic, if not then you are in the mindset of a student and you sit back and learn. moving on.... Want FREE traffic? Here's how to get it If you're going to try and gain a source of traffic outside of Fiverr, here is an option on how to do it right. I am going to assume you have heard of blogging before correct? If yes, great! if no, I definitely recommend to look up what it is at least. I won't being doing into the depths of what makes a blog high quality and the proper pillars for ranking, that is your own journey to learn. But a tip is: blogs are one of the most powerful ways to bring in an endless amount of traffic for your site. With blogging, having a high quality one that answers the problems of people or ends up leaving them feeling like they've gained value from will help build the based foundation for your relationship with the clients. And if you've done blogging before then you'll know that blogging is not something that happens overnight, it takes work to do blogging correctly, but if done so right you will reap in huge amounts of rewards. And that's where the benefits of blogging comes with relation to Fiverr. Being an expert in your field, you should contain a decent amount of knowledge to be able to understand the issues your customers constantly face. Consider writing a blog post, having high quality backlinks linking to it or even guest posting. Using your expertise to help understand an issue, it will make people see you as an authority. That alone will build trust between you and your potential clients. That right there is called. E.A.T: - Expertise - Authority - Trust Within that blog post you can have a follow up link to your Fiverr gig. This is a simple way of bringing in outside traffic to your gig. Now it can be said why don't I just direct the traffic to my own personal website? Because like again, authority. Fiverr beats your website any day when it comes to authority. Learn to leverage their name to your advantage, it can be used to officially give that potential client the full trust if they prefer the sale to be done through the Fiverr platform. Too long, Didn't read: Leverage Fiverrs name for bringing in outside traffic by creating a high quality blog post/ guest post solving an issue. Then explain how your gig can solve that issue and have them follow a link to your personal gig. With that, they're already coming in with the mindset that you're serious, you're an expert that knows what you're doing and they are ready to spend their money on you.
    12 points
  3. Pray for me to get some more order☺️
    11 points
  4. A lot of sellers come to the forum with problems and the situations are often due to bad buyers. I am by no means an expert seller but through Fiverr and clients offline I have noticed there are some different red flags and buyers you should avoid. Some of these are more relevant to my field of graphic design or business outside of Fiverr but all of it should help you generally. The TOS Breaker This one is specific to Fiverr and should be obvious. If a buyer suggests talking off the platform, paying outside of Fiverr, or paying after the work is done then stop… I know new sellers can be eager to get sales, but another buyer will come. Just report them, block and move on. The Discount Asker Generally I recommend avoiding buyers who ask for a discount. I think negotiating a price and coming to an agreement is fine, but if a buyer repeatedly or rudely asks to lower your prices then they are saying your work isn’t worth what you price it at. I rarely give discounts and only for loyal customers, buyers purchasing multiple projects or items, or for projects I’m personally very interested in. For example one of my repeat clients outside of Fiverr receives a discount because they’ve been a stable and loyal client for over a year now. That relationship, the guarantee of multiple projects a month and paying for multiple projects at a time is worth the discounted rate for me. They didn’t ask for the discount. The Rude Buyer If they are rude, insult you or insult your work then avoid them. There is a big difference between criticism and insults. If they use phrases such as “are you serious”, “this sucks”, “your work is terrible”, “you aren’t creative” etc. then don’t work with them if possible. That being said, if you are working with a rude client, don’t bring yourself down to their level; reply clearly and kindly even though you may feel otherwise on the inside. The Bad Communicator If a buyer’s language skills aren’t good enough or they can’t effectively explain their brief in a manner that you can understand then it’s probably best to avoid them. These buyers can be more difficult in the long run if you decide to work with them and it takes multiple revisions to get what they want. The Doubter / Prove Yourself Buyer These buyers will question the quality of your work before ordering or question your abilities. Even if they aren’t rude it is probably best to avoid. If a buyer doesn’t think my work is good quality then even if I put 100% into the project then there is a high chance they won’t be satisfied, wasting the time of both of us. This can be even worse with the “prove yourself” buyer. These people will ask you to prove your skills or quality, often asking for free samples or extras. Avoid these buyers. That being said, it’s completely fine for a buyer to ask to see a portfolio. Asking for unlimited revisions This is more relevant on Fiverr. If a buyer asks for unlimited revisions that is an immediate red flag. You will have no leg to stand on if the buyer wastes your time and keeps requesting revisions. The "Expert" This buyer is one of my most disliked. In the graphic design field it seems like these are common. These buyers will state how much of an expert they are and how easy the job is. They might say “this job is super easy, why do you charge so much?” or “why is it taking so long, I know how long this work takes…”. They can often become micromanagers for the project. If a buyer says that the job is “very easy” then I am often cautious about it. The Price Analyst This is less common on Fiverr but can still be a frustrating experience. These buyers might ask you to break down your price or ask how many hours it will take you to determine your hourly rate. I’ve had buyers ask how many hours a logo project would take as they didn’t want to pay somebody more than $15 an hour. I told them that they would be punishing experts and efficient workers who could deliver better quality work in less time. These buyers will often try and get you to lower your prices. Normally I flat out refuse to tell buyers my hourly rate as that’s not how I work. Fortunately this is rare on Fiverr. (Note this is different to buyers asking how long it will take to complete the project, I’m specifically talking about customers who want to break down the price) The Unreasonable Buyer These buyers are anyone who doesn’t respect your boundaries, your input or has unreasonable expectations from you. For example: “I need this done in 2 days” for a 2 week project or “I have a budget of $25” for a project that is worth over $400 The Exposure Buyer These buyers will promise exposure or future work in order to get you to provide a discount or extras. I avoid any buyer who promises me that the work I do will give me amazing exposure to other businesses and future sales. Similarly if they promise to return back for future work be cautious. These are just some situations and of course there is always nuance. You should try to be positive and make sales, but also don’t be afraid to stand your ground or to say NO to a bad buyer. I’d love to hear if there are any other buyers or red flags that you guys have experienced.
    10 points
  5. The Most Important Thing Which Most of the Sellers Ignores A common mistake done by new sellers is publishing a gig without proper description. Today I will talk about some of the mistakes and will try tell about what should you do. You see, if you want to sell something then you have to describe your product specialty to the customer. You have to make your customer understand that why your product is special in the market. Then he will convinced to buy your product. Exact same theory is applicable for your Fiverr gig. Buyer have to find something special in your gig description then he will convinced. Now, I am telling about some common mistakes the seller does with the gig: Doing copy/paste of someone else's gig description. Not introduce the service properly. This means lack of proper detail about your service. Don't offering special offer which is unique if you compare it with other gigs on your category. Doing grammatical mistakes. Many others are done by the new sellers. But these are some common mistakes. If you want to prepare a professional gig then you must avoid these mistakes. Here are some important things you must include on your gig description if you want to make it professional: Research other sellers gigs and get an idea on your mind. Plan about what you will include on your description and what will you avoid. Then write a rough sketch on a paper and revise it again and again. If you found any mistake make the correction. And while it's final then write the final one on your gig description. Include some special offers which aren't on other's gig description. For example: give 10 days after sales service, give special offer based on your service e.t.c. Try to write your service areas properly. I mean for example: I work as a web uiux designer. I have included my designing tool names, My delivery files details, My portfolio site link e.t.c. Do the same related your service. To avoid grammatical mistakes use Grammarly or similar extentions help. Use several columns to write your descriptions so that it don't look noisy. Hope my writings will help you a little bit. If you follow these words while writing your gig description hope your description will look professional. If you have any question please feel free to ask me on comment section. I will be happy to answer you! Next time I will try to talk about the pricing of the gig for the new sellers. Thanks a lot for your time! Tanim Ahamed UIUX Designer
    9 points
  6. I got a order from promoted options. The project was Custom made geometry logo design. The buyer was 100% satisfied. Reviews: "He really nailed the final product. The communication was great from start to finish. We didn’t know what we wanted right out of the gate , but we worked through it and ended up with the perfect logo. Highway recommend! It was a pleasure working with him." After completion he gave me $20 dollar tips! I was so excited. Fiverr is best!!
    8 points
  7. Some Useful Tips For Fiverr : 1. Be online for maximum time 2. Share your gigs on social media platforms. 3. Send all 10 buyer requests every day. 4. Add foreign languages in profile. 5. Never edit anything when you are ranked or getting orders. 6. Ping your old clients wisely. 7. Dont miss a chance 8. Try to get good avg. selling price. 9. Try to get atleast 98% order completion rate. 10. Try to get atleast 4.9 star rating. 10. Avoid cancellations. Best Wishes
    7 points
  8. Hello My sweet families, today i have completed my 9th Affiliate marketing website gig within 20 days, thankyou for your valuable tips,
    7 points
  9. The factors which plays important role in making an effective gigs are Firstly, your gig must tell the buyer about your services at first glance, so use proper terms in your gigs with a professional picture of yourself. secondly, use proper keywords with proper sentencing. Make an attractive description. Lastly, provide a better package then others
    7 points
  10. Uhh, it's clearly stated as to why you received a warning. Perhaps you are not as "fluent" in English as stated on your profile?
    7 points
  11. 7 points
  12. 5 Fiverr Tips & Tricks Fiverr Gig for a better position. ♦♦♦ Add a Gig Video Make sure you have added a video with your service details. ♦♦♦ Use High-Quality Images A high-quality image can capture potential buyer attention, and enhance your click, impression as well as sales. ♦♦♦ Make Proper Use of Tags Add five relevant and targeted tags which will help to get 1st page in Fiverr. ♦♦♦ Avoid Order Cancellation Make sure you can fulfill the demand before accepting it. ♦♦♦ Add right KEYWORD in the Gig description Starting with the gig title is the best practice, and adding your major keyword at least twice throughout the gig description is also a good idea. Read More
    6 points
  13. I have just completed 22 orders and 22 reviews. Some tips: 1) For the new sellers, target the low competition keyword. 2) use an eye-catching gig image to attract a buyer 3) Always try to maintain good relations with buyers 4) Understand buyer needs.
    6 points
  14. Hello All, I'm new to Fiverr and Fiverr forum. And looking forward to get social and learn from the experienced sellers and buyers. I'm a graphic designer with expertise in logo design. Hope to receive some welcome here 🙂 Thank you.
    6 points
  15. Hello Fiverr Community! I just wanted to start an introduction post and say hello to everyone.
    6 points
  16. Hello I have a fiverr gig. Title ( I will create responsive website ) Category ( Programming & Tech, Web Programming, Web Application ) Now I want to create another gig. Title ( I will be your front end designer ) Category ( Graphics & Design Website Design ) And both of the gig description, image are different. My question is ( Is it ok for my fiverr account or my account will be ban? )
    6 points
  17. I would leave it open a little longer until he gets that sorted and sends in the requirements so you can deliver the work. Going to CS right now you would probably be told just to "work it out with the customer".
    6 points
  18. Well done & Congratulations
    6 points
  19. What if new seller offers his service for 5$ and TRS also offers the same service for 5$? Why would you choose new seller over the TRS?
    6 points
  20. Congratulations. keep continue good work.....
    6 points
  21. You need to read upon the current problems with many, many new sellers who are unskilled yet claim to be experts. There is no way you can make such a broad statement, other than wishful thinking.
    6 points
  22. Trust me, you don't need to be online 24/7. It will not help you. Get some sleep and work on becoming the best at your skills and improving your English. Those things will help you. Staying online 24/7 is useless.
    6 points
  23. You should follow every top-rated seller who was a new seller once a time. New sellers always try to make you 100% satisfied and take a small amount cause they need to grow their account. But if you do not filter new sellers you will get a bad experience with them. You should check his experience level, his behavior, communication, and previous work. If you can find an expert new seller you will get proper support for your project and spend a little buck. Here are some tips for finding expert new seller- 1. Expert new seller always have good communication skill 2. Seller understand what you need 3. Seller will provide his previous work and showcase his expertise 4. Seller will never focus on budget, he will focus on doing your project You need to always check new expertise either you will experience a bad situation. But never suppose every new seller is a fraud and not an expert. There are lots of people has successfully local business or client but they are want to start on Fiverr, now he can't jump top-rated seller he will start from a new seller.
    5 points
  24. 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
    5 points
  25. One of the most common questions posted on the Fiverr Forum I’ve noticed in the past few weeks I have been active on the Forum pages is one that asks something about a drop in Gig impressions and clicks. Here is a shortlist of probable reasons for that. Hopefully, this post will clear up some of the confusion newbies are experiencing. 1 - The Increase Of New Members To Fiverr I have noticed a huge increase in the number of posts that start with the words, “I am new to Fiverr…” There is a great deal of interest in this freelancing platform from all over the world. It seems to attract dozens of new members every hour or two. This will have a negative impact on your Gig impressions and clicks simply due to the math. This is what I mean by that. If (an example I’m making up) you were one of 100 Sellers who provided a Gig on video editing a few months ago and saw a fair deal of impressions and clicks, that made sense. Now, with so many newbies on Fiverr, you may be one in 10,000 Sellers with the same Gig. That has increased your competition by a huge amount and as a result, your impressions and clicks are going to logically drop. 2 - Gig Rotation Fiverr has (apparently) implemented a process that is known on the Forum as Gig Rotation. What this means is that if you have seen your Gig listed on Page 1 for your Gig category/keywords, it probably isn’t there anymore. Fiverr has chosen to “rotate” Gigs to make it fair to all Sellers to get Page 1 exposure. As to what tips and tricks you have to use to activate the rotation process, it’s unknown. That’s a good thing because keeping it unknown ensures that it remains fair for everyone. 3 - Your Gig Looks Tired And Dull It happens. With so much extra competition out there in recent months, you can bet that some of the new Sellers have Gig descriptions that are better than yours. They may even have Gig photos and videos that are better than yours. All this means is that with many new Fiverr members using flashy, attractive visuals, some of the impressions and clicks you are used to getting are going somewhere else. You can try to compete by updating your Gig details on a regular basis (I do this) as that will keep your Gigs looking fresh and new. It also doesn’t hurt to check out what your competitors are doing and try to be better with your presentation. There are other reasons why your impressions and clicks may be dropping from what you are used to seeing, but these are very likely the main reasons. Other Fiverr members will add to this list and hopefully everyone sees enough business in 2021 to keep busy and not worry about stats so much.
    5 points
  26. Hello there! Have a great day. I am new at forum. I am level 2 seller. I am an expert in spotify music promotion. Hope we are friendly and co-operative to each other at forum. Thanks.
    5 points
  27. GOAL IS TO GET RETURNING BUYER BADGE, THAT WILL GET YOU RANKING ON PAGE 1 How to Achieve this goal? 1. Fiverr will derank everyone who has earned significant amount of income 2. Only way to sustain ranking is REPEAT BUYER BADGE 3. It tells fiverr that this seller has expceptional number of repeat buyer so it convinces fiverr to give you top rankings You have to earn repeat buyer badge and your gig will automatically be moved here on the first row, if you go to these gigs, all of them has repeat buyer badge We will update soon for newseller how to get rank gig Best Regards, Videowoker
    5 points
  28. No, this is a thread where someone posts copypasta and hopes to get orders or whatever.
    5 points
  29. We never knows when we will die. Death never follows any rules with age, gender, sociology, power. I'm living this freelance world around 10 years and I saw few youngers died suddenly. Today I found one of them in this forum who is no more 😢 I am happy to see that his footprints from 2017 till his death are still available. I am more than happy to see that his account still holding the level. I searched the Fiverr Help & Support to know how Fiverr treat/preserve the Fiverr account status after the death of an user. Is there any specific guideline? Or do you have any thought/suggestion about this??
    5 points
  30. To be honest it’s a lot of huge red signs. I know you hold on the promise that they will do your project however did you see any of it being completed? On your place to be honest I would’ve reported the seller to CS for breaking fiverr TOS and asked them to cancel all orders you have with them.
    5 points
  31. Where did you get that information? And wouldn't Fiverr notice of 90% of users were dishonest and cheaters?
    5 points
  32. With a baseball bat? 😸
    5 points
  33. Reviews are 100% optional. If the buyer thought you provided great work/service, that might choose to share a review. You, as a seller, neither deserve reviews, nor should you be asking for them. Let the buyer decide, in his/her own, whether he/she wants to share a review for others to see.
    5 points
  34. The answer is yes. You won't face any problems. A new seller on Fiverr was recommended to create 7 gigs based on their skill. This enables you to create gigs that match your skillset and the demand.
    5 points
  35. Describe, accurately and honestly, what value they bring to the client. Of course, self-proclaimed "experts" who are actually unskilled and can't offer anything of value are highly unlikely to admit that to anyone, even to themselves. They just clutter the main site and the forum, and give a bad name to all the honest, hard-working, truly skilled people from their own country.
    5 points
  36. I think this things will help you. 1.Create a gig title related your service less 2000 gig competition. 2.From The gig select a target keyword. <!--Wordpress divi website design!--> IN HERE,"DIVI WEBSITE DESIGN CAN BE YOUR TARGET KEYWORD". You must use THIS keyword At your title,tag and 4 times of your description. 3.In tag MUST RESEARCH then use. Low competitive keyword use less 1000 or something WITH TARGET KEYWORD. 4.In description explain about your gig related service.How will provide the Service client. 5.Use Fac.Some question answer give related your service. 6.Gig Image should be attractive for clicks. 7."Gig video" the thing You should give for sell your gig.Gig video increase your your gig rank about 40%. 100% try to give video. Check out my gigs: https://www.fiverr.com/share/17NXRk 8.Be patient.Never lose hope.InshaAllah You will find order. Regard Bulbul
    5 points
  37. What a ridiculous statement. There is a huge problem right now with scammer new sellers from a certain location. Read the forum to educate yourself on it.
    5 points
  38. You are advertising for proofreading services but your gig descriptions and bio are riddled with typos and grammar problems. You're trying to sell a skill you don't have, and your buyers can see that. That is why you are not at the top of the results. Marketing your gig, trying to keyword optimize - those might get people to look at your gig, but they aren't going to buy it because you are not very good at it yet. You need to pick a skill - definitely not proofreading or editing - and get better at it than all your competition. Find something you love to do so much that you can spend all day doing it until you are better than anyone else. OR find a skill that is hard to learn but once you learn it not many others know it, so people will want to pay you.
    5 points
  39. I think following these: You can now focus on Gig marketing and send buyer requests perfectly to get some orders, gain some rating, and get back on track. Otherwise, you will lose your ranking immediately. Thanks Dipankar Debnath
    5 points
  40. Good. So follow the advice from all the experienced sellers here, and ignore the hundreds of people who offer advice, despite having no sales, no clue, and no skills. Make your gigs great, and be good to your buyers. That's it.
    5 points
  41. Hello everyone, I am a new seller on fiverr. Please check out my gig and identify my mistakes if you have free time. Thank you Gig link :- https://www.fiverr.com/imrun37/be-your-expert-instagram-manager-for-your-business-instagram-account
    4 points
  42. Hello There I am new on Fiverr and i create one gig on Product Listing. Please check my gig and share with me your experience and your valuable suggestion... My gig: https://www.fiverr.com/share/7Gq5Aa Thank you
    4 points
  43. Hi guys nice to meet you! I'm Steffi a new interior design seller in Fiverr, interior design has been my passion 🙂. I've been graduated from University & i have 3 years work experience at interior design company. This year i just start my star-up interior bussiness (ig: de.signa), i've been waiting for start my bussiness. So yeah, i will do my absolute best to design, 3d rendering for you, and make you a beautiful, warm space for your needs. I hope we can support each other! Best wishes! By Steffi Alyssandrea.pdf
    4 points
  44. Welcome to Fiverr forum community and Best wishes for you.
    4 points
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