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  1. The main thing to focus on is delivering great services to your buyers. If you make your buyers happy, they will come back for more. About 50% of all my orders come from buyers I've worked with before. That's because I've impressed them with the quality, every single time. If you do excellent work, provide good customer service, and make sure to put the buyer first, you will get repeat business. After a few months/years on FIverr, you'll have built a steady stream of regular buyers who keep coming back. Making your buyers happy is also a major ranking factor on Fiverr. Fiverr measures how satisfied your clients are based on hidden reviews left after the order is complete. If you keep pulling in great hidden reviews, Fiverr will notice it, and keep promoting your gig to buyers. Fiverr will always rank gigs that bring in more business, so again, this shows why actually being good at what you do is crucial to your success on Fiverr. If you're not a true professional in your field, you won't make it.
    17 points
  2. This post only for new seller, so experts people skip this post. Hey, are you a new seller on fiverr, i hope todays post is helpfull for you. Today i share with you some effective tips for how to create a professional and perfect gig on fiverr. If your gigs are not perfect you can't genarate any order on fiverr. So when you create a gig on fiverr, must be carefully maintain this point. Keyword research Keyword consistency A Good URL Attractive titles Description and tags Sensible pricing Same day delivery Staying online Utilizing FAQ’s Optimizing images Carefully maintain this point, i hope you gig rank on fiverr. Thank you very much
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  3. Complete 24th Order
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  4. 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
    12 points
  5. 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
    11 points
  6. Hi, I'm new here and just started out my first gig
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  7. ★★★ How do I make SEO friendly a Fiverr gig in 2021? ★★★ ★ Do Proper On-Page SEO of your ★ Add keywords to Gig Title ★ Add the proper Keywords to Tags ★ Target keywords in Gig description as well as title. ★ Keywords also appear in your Gig URL ★ Write a descriptive FAQ for the Gig.
    11 points
  8. 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
  9. 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.
    9 points
  10. 10 features of freelancers 1. Buyer Work is more than anything Think important. . 2. They sleep and wake up at 7-8 in the morning 11-01 in the morning. . 3. Their main saying is, “Money Can Buy Happiness " . 4. They are like tigers for 8-12 hours continuously To sit in front of the PC You can. . 5. They live without food 1 minute without butt net Can't stay . . If you give them coffee while working When coffee is served that becomes sherbet They don't even know themselves. . . They are usually calm in nature. . . Their mobile never charges Does not exist. . 9. If they do any work then Understand that the world war is on their side Can't . 10. Any special on any occasion They work all day long
    9 points
  11. Hello everyone, Hope all are well ! I am well, too. I have a question, I hope an experienced freelancer can be able to answer it. How I can get orders or clients regularly or 2-3 in a week ? What steps should I take for it ? And What steps you takes for regular orders ? Please comment Below and Help me
    9 points
  12. Hello everyone,, I am new seller. I have already given four gigs.But I am not getting the desired request as expected.I don,t have 4/5 request a day. I don't know why and for what reason this is happening.I know many of you are aware of this,so i want to know why. I hope you will share experience with me. Thanks......
    8 points
  13. Hi everyone, I'm very happy to share with you this. I've completed a new order after 5 months. Also, my level 1 seller requirement is completed. I hope I'll be a level 1 seller by October. It feels great to be back on track. Keep in your prayers guys... Have a good day to all.
    8 points
  14. Only in My Fiverr Gigs. I'm not sure whether it's going to help you, though. It's mostly sellers here on the forum, and the chance that any of them would be interested in your gig is very, very close to zero.
    8 points
  15. 1/ Study about you. what can I do? 2/ Note down those Excel sheet or notepad. 3/Check the categories what are the service can to supply . 4.Check the Competition and How many sellers are there. 5/Get Good Decision about That and start. 6/Research about Tittle, Description and Tags & Price ranges. 6/Make Good Gig (good Tittle, Description and Tags). 7/Include own 3 imagers about the samples your category. (550*370 pixel) 6/Include Video and pdf file described about your samples and what you can do. Pdf can include portfolio links too. 7.After that publish your gig. 8/Do Some exams on the fiverr and get More badgers. (Its good for your profile). 9/Send Buyer Request for client. Use all at one day. It will refresh next day. Don't worry About it. 10/Stay Online. Give your service 24/7 hours and do your job calmly. 11/Communicate with buyers Genuinely. share this article read to others!!!!!!!!!! Wish to get Top Rated Badge All of sellers ❤️❤️ ❤️
    7 points
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  17. I am a new seller. Alhamdulillah, I have already completed 2 orders and started the work of 3rd order.
    7 points
  18. which ones takes less transaction fees ? I know payoneer takes around 3usd per transactions as they did on my first ever withdrawal. I don't know about Paypal, can someone share their experiense with paypal ??
    7 points
  19. Greetings, Hope y'all doing well in Fiverr. Recently, I replied a buyer 12 hours later after he sent me a message which resulted my average response time from 1 hour to 7 hours! Will that affect my gig sales? How can I bring back my average response time to the way it was? Point to be noted, I'm a new seller and it has been just over 2 months on Fiverr. Thanks in advance.
    7 points
  20. Yaaay! I'm going to order sushi to celebrate it 😁 Okay, here's the next one. As easy as possible: 👑🦠
    7 points
  21. you dont. You do amazing work and the buyers will review you in return. A happy customer will review you on their own behalf.
    7 points
  22. It isn't very valuable to be honest.
    7 points
  23. First of all, I'm not your brother. You should avoid using terms like that in any work-related communication. In the west, it's frowned upon. Regarding not having enough time for Fiverr: you have to prioritize in life. There are only so much time in a day. If you're getting an education, I'd say focus on that. If you don't have enough time to set aside for your business, then you might not be ready to rely on it for income. I don't know your situation, so I can't say "go out and get a job", but frankly, if you want to be a freelancer on Fiverr and have success doing so, you need to put in the hours. I've combined other work with Fiverr before, and you can do it, but it's hard. Focus on what matters the most. If you get a good education, you'll be more likely to succeed later on, be it as a freelancer or employee. You might still be able to do some work on Fiverr, but I don't think you can bet on the income from this platform to put food on the table, unless you can put in the time to do it properly. Better to wait, get an education, and then revisit the idea of building your own business somwhere down the line.
    7 points
  24. Fiverr is expanding every corners of the globe. And we see many fresh buyers(users) placing their first orders. Some are here just for the sake of getting done the job without understanding the process. They need the job in a hurry will pay you and not rate or appreciate the help. 1. When you find the right seller start a solide conversation wit him/her about your job.and make sure they are able to full fill your. 2.Keep the conversation flowing. Reply ASAP if seller ask a question or ask them to send you snap shots of the milestones. 3.Once the seller did the job and Delivery sent to you.Respond to that ASAP. if you need a revishion ask right away. 4.If they did a good job please RATE & WRITE something to Show your appreciate when you recieving your order. We as Sellers Highly appreciate every buyer rates & reviews.
    6 points
  25. 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
  26. Please give me this advice. Because it is very important for a seller.
    6 points
  27. As long as it's under 24 hours, you won't get penalized. The only way to make the average shorter is to answer future messages more quickly. Basic math.
    6 points
  28. My husband is a Master Photographer. He wanted to sell his services on Fiverr. I contacted CS and this is what they said. 🔽
    6 points
  29. You're only allowed to have one account.
    6 points
  30. Fiverr and Ironhack are teaming up to offer scholarships to help you upgrade your tech career with intensive classes in Web Development, Data Analytics and UX/UI Design. Scholarships range from $1,000-$6,000 towards your tuition. We are are awarding partial scholarships for Ironhack's award-winning Web Developer, UX/UI Design, and Data Analytics courses. The bootcamp model is an accelerated learning program designed to help you level up your tech career. Ironhack will provide the immersive hands on learning curriculum, coaching, and support. For all the information and to submit your application for the scholarship please check out the landing page. Deadline to apply is September 4th.
    5 points
  31. Hi, I'm pretty new on Fiverr. Actually, this was my 23rd day and I already completed a project and also have two Orders I'm currently working on! Today on Fiverr Forum, a seller asked me how I did it, and here is my responses. To begin with, I let him know I don't have much secret to that (his request "How to you get first order?") But I let him know I have some personal quick tips for him maybe he can follow them.! 1. I took my time to set up my gig, I have few samples and I ensure to use the best of my work on my gig image! 2. I write a compelling description so that buyers can hire me! I asked him to check my gig on how I structured my description. 3. Furthermore, my pricing was relatively cheap, I wasn't that cheap and wasn't over charging, I check few other sellers in my category and ensure to use the best pricing list. 4. This is my 23rd days on Fiverr, I got my first message and order on the 12th day, meaning I was very patient to get there, Meanwhile I market my gig on my social media, that in turn drives more impression and clicks, which is later converting to Order... I'm yet to have any reviews on my gig, but I'm working hard so that the two Orders I currently have will convert to a positive reviews... I hope some of you will find this little tips helpful, I'll be open to receive more tips to help sellers make their first 10 sales on Fiverr. Thank you if you read this to this point. 💗
    5 points
  32. Hello everyone, How are you doing today? Alhamdulillah!! I have completed 537 orders and canceled only 8 orders, what do you think about it bad or good? 🙂
    5 points
  33. I have post a gig . that's my first gig. please give ideas and support me
    5 points
  34. Hello everyone, my name is Jeffrey Jackson, and I am them founder of a start-up Digital Marketing Agency called Rank Boost. I am relatively new to fiverr, and love the platform. However, I a having a bit of difficulty with converting impression and clicks into actual purchases. If someone wouldn't mind checking out my profile and gigs, offer feedback on how I can improve my gigs, I would greatly appreciate it. My fiverr profile is: https://www.fiverr.com/rankboostdma.
    5 points
  35. Hello everyone, I was very active couple of month ago. Suddenly something happened and for last 2/3 month I wasn't that much active. Now, Again I am on my track and want to get orders again again. Please give me some suggestion for getting order quickly. And Also, Following the experts help , I Redesigned my gigs. And I try to be active 14/15hrs in a day. So, How can I get More orders ?
    5 points
  36. No it is not. That is completely false. There are hundreds of threads here telling you that it is not true. Notice that the only people who give this advice, are noobies complaining that they have no sales. You don't have to remain online at all.
    5 points
  37. If you have ben told to be active 14/15 hours per day, that was not an expert you were listening to.
    5 points
  38. Technically yes, but this is not the right answer. Haha if we are being suuuuuper technical, covid means coronavirus disease 😄 Anyway! 🧢☕🍫🙀
    5 points
  39. No..you can add one payoneer account with one fiverr account.
    5 points
  40. No one can tell you that. Fiverr doesn’t disclose how their algorithm works. All they said that it’s based on your performance
    5 points
  41. Today I have successfully completed 300 orders after joining this platform science May 2020. During this long period of time I have learned a lot of lesson, hopefully I can use it in the future. It took almost one month to get my first order and things are getting better. During the hard situation of this pandemic situation it was a great source of extra income. I would like to thank all my buyers, friends, family member and well wishers for this. Without all of them it will not be possible. For the newcomers I would like to share my personal experience. 1. Before joining this platform please gain proper knowledge. You don't need to be master of all but know at least one subject very well (before joining this platform). 2. Fiverr is not a easy money making platform. So don't think that you can make millions within a short period of time. 3. Have proper idea about keyword research, image seo, gig ranking, tags etc (before joining this platform & don't copy other's gig). 4. Be humble and create good communication with your buyer. 5, Never hesitate to learn new things. 6. Please be patient and wait for good time. Thanks and best wishes for all
    5 points
  42. Welcome to Fiverr community and wish you all the best.
    5 points
  43. Hola to the professionals! I am working in Fiverr since July 12, 2020 and I must say, I am really enjoying working here. On September 22, after 437 days of starting my journey here, I became eligible for the TOP RATED badge. I know that I won't get the badge so quickly but it still excites me! In these 437 days, I meet with so many new people, made good relation with some friendly clients and also faced some rude clients as well. That's the part of my job! I really enjoy working here. Thank you to all you guys as well. I wish you best of luck for your success and let's grow together! Regards, Trix_Designs
    5 points
  44. Welcome to fiverr community
    5 points
  45. can I post my gig link in forum??
    4 points
  46. I have completed another order with 5-star review. Buyer was very friendly. It was really amazing.😊🥰
    4 points
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