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  1. Do off page and on page seo properly. Find out low competition keywords. Try to input keyword on image and descriptons and title. Use attractive images. Use a high-quality Pdf file in your gig. After publish the gig, promote your gig on social media using hashtags. Try to active 24/7. Send buyer request regularly using this gig. Try to get some orders on your new gig as soon as possible. Hope my little advice will help you to rank your gig quickly.
    60 points
  2. FIVERR RANKING TIPS Fiverr is no longer for Lazy Sellers As you know, Fiverr is one of the most popular websites today where people go to earn extra income. Gig on the First page is not that much hard but patience is the key. First thing first is your Impressions that should be more means more eyes gone through your gig, and how you can increase it- that depends on your Gig SEO. To get orders on Fiverr, the foremost thing is ranking the gig. For this, you have to do some SEO tricks to rank your gig on Fiverr 1st page. How does Fiverr’s Search Algorithm work? Let me explain with the help of an example. Let’s suppose, you want to make a gig for article writing. Go to Fiverr search bar- type Article there, note down the relevant keywords that appear in the search option like article writer, article writing, SEO article writer. Note them down. Tip: Trying using keywords that have a lower number of gigs in search results. For example, if the keyword “article writer” has 20,000 gigs search results while the keyword “article writing” has 10,000 results, go for “article writing”. Add your main keyword in the gig title and Use one or two of noted keywords in your gig’s main title. Like, I will be your SEO writer and article writer. Include relevant keywords in Description. It is the most important part that should be done wisely. Some tips: Check the gig descriptions of other successful sellers, relevant to your services. Pick ideas from their description to write yours Use related keywords in the description 2 to 3 times like article writing, article writer, blog writing, etc. Hook with a question like are you a blogger worried to attract traffic to your blog? Provide buyers solution to their problem as don’t worry, this gig will sort out your worries Describe your services with a brief intro to your experience End with a call to action Must add FAQs, at least two, and use keywords 1 or 2 times in FAQs like How many articles can you write per day? The article here is a keyword. Adding Tags: For related tags, search your main keyword that is WordPress website and filter top-rated and level 2 sellers. Then open the first 10 gigs in separate tabs. Now open MS Word or Notepad and start copying tags of all 10 gigs and paste each on a separate line. Here you got 50 tags. Find the 5 most common and repeating tags, add these 5 tags in your related keywords section while creating your new gig or updating your existing gig. Stay online 24/7 Whether you're a new seller or have an old account. Fiverr will only consider active and working sellers for ranking. You have to always be online so when buyers select “Active Sellers” in search, your Gig will be shown there. Download the Fiverr mobile app and stay online from there 24/7 or if you are online using a laptop or pc it would be better. What if you're not getting orders and have nothing to do? You can't only stay online but also wander on Fiverr and send buyer requests to show that you're working. Promote your gigs on social media platforms, Fiverr will see that you are promoting gigs continuously and genuinely. Try to get orders from buyer requests even if you're a level 2 seller and not getting enough orders. Don't get offline for a single day. It will ruin your previous progress.… Laziness in replying to the buyer will not only affect your response rate but also the chance of getting order will be gone. The buyer would have moved to some other seller. If a buyer asks something that you don't know, don't say that you can't do it. Be quick and search it on Google and try to provide the solution. The buyer will be impressed by you and can become your long-term client. So, Sacrifice your Laziness if you can't Sacrifice the Money
    43 points
  3. Twitter is another powerful tool where you can share your gigs. First of all, you can create your twitter id. Increaser your followers. But it takes time. In a shortcut way, you can use trending hashtags. How you use trending hashtags to improve your gigs impressions? Simple just post your link in the tweet and also use whatever the hashtags are in trending. Must add an image in your tweet. No matters it your gig image or any other image. For the sake of click you can use the image with an inspirational quote in your post due to this you can get more attention from the people. That’s how you can increase the chance that people will click on your tweet link. Don’t be repeat your tweet. The majority of people can tweet the same thing repeatedly. If you can do this, people will lose interest Keep consistent and stay relevant to your services. I would suggest you, Maximum 7 to 8 tweets is enough on a daily basis. You can post something new that is relevant to your gig Use all the hashtags in your every tweet. Especially include all those tweets which are on trending. Suppose if you use #WordpressExpert in your tweet and someone is looking WordPress expert Your tweet will display in his result he can go through your tweet. May be h can click on it. Manageflitter Its best web-based application. This application helps you to gain your insights. you can get effective results on twitter by using this application. Post your gig link in tweets reply. Post your reviews if you have any in Fiverr. The most important thing is your consistency. If you constantly post your gigs link in twitter and all other social and open forum sites. Definitely, you will get a nice position on the first page. Consistency Matter.
    37 points
  4. 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
    34 points
  5. 1) Research is the Clue. ... 2) Think Out of the Box. ... 3) Importance of having a Healthy Profile. ... 4) Make a proper Keyword Research. ... 5) Use Keyword-enriched Title. ... 6) Add an optimized Gig Video. ... 7) Use High-Quality Images. ... 😎 Deliver on the Same Day.
    33 points
  6. Alhamdulillah Within few moths, i have completed 452 th order and achieving good reviews from clients.!! Its experience is so good.!!!
    33 points
  7. Why my impression is down ? How can i improve my gig impressions & clicks ? Lost click & impression Suddenly my impressions down The above topics were created and discussed multiple times in this forum, but most of the members are still with misconceptions as "Sharing the gigs in social media / marketing gigs / Stay online 24 hrs / Sending buyer requests will increasing the gig impression. What is GiG Impression Impressions means the number of times your gig displayed to Fiverr audience. There are many reasons as below: * If your gig is displayed on the Fiverr home page or is part of featured gigs * If anyone clicked on the category page of your gig, and if your gig displayed on that page, Your gig and all other gigs on that page will get 1 impression. * If someone searches with any of your gig keyword and if your gig is a part of that search result then your gig and all other gigs found on that search result will get 1 impression. * Someone clicks on any gig and your gig is displayed in the suggested gigs section at the bottom of the page then also its possible to get 1 impression. More impressions make sure that your gig gets enough visibility around fiver and gets you higher chances of getting an order. Why new sellers are complaining as impression down ? When your gigs were new and when they were shown in the "Newest Arrivals" sections, there could be a reason for the increased impressions and views at first. When Fiverr rotates the GiGs, your GiG could have lost it's ranking position and could lost the impressions. Impressions will not stay stable and it will go up and down quite frequently. Do not worry in this case as this is out of our control. How to increase gig impressions Research and apply basic popular keywords in the title, tags and gig description. This is the only way we can follow to increase the impression as far as i know.
    30 points
  8. 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
    30 points
  9. I recently saw a new seller write this on the forums: "[I have the] pleasure to inform all of you that I have completed [my] 1st order with 5 stars and and excellent review." Well, congratulations. That's great! However... Telling the rest of us, here on the forums, whenever you get your first order, is not going to make you a better seller, nor will it bring you more orders. We are not your customers. We are not the people who will hire you. We can't do anything to make you have "more orders with 5-star reviews". That is something only YOU can do, and it will not happen if you just sit around and wait. Fiverr was built for doers. Fiverr's tagline is, "In Doers We Trust"..... take action, be a doer, not a "celebrate and wait around-er". We're happy that you're here on the forums. We're happy that you earned an order. BUT, you don't need to announce each order to the rest of us. Dozens of sellers are doing that. Imagine how annoying it would be, if all of us veteran sellers -- who have earned hundreds and thousands of orders -- eagerly announced our 1,232nd order.... our 1,233rd order.... our 1,234th order... our 1,235th order.... our 1,237th order..... our 1,238th order..... and so on. Yikes! That would be forum overload, and other users would run away from here as fast as they could! We certainly don't want that. So, how about a compromise. How about you try something a little different. Why not try setting some longer-term goals -- why not try setting a higher order milestone -- and then share your excitement with all of us, when you reach 100 orders, 500 orders, or even 1,000 orders. Success takes time, and it usually results from hard work, strategic marketing, and an ambitious mindset. So, here's a powerful seller tip.... Step back, set some goals for your freelance career, and then train yourself to look further down the road. Be ambitious. Be driven. Be more excited about earning your 100th order, than you are about announcing your first one. Think bigger. Work harder. Be a Doer. Success does not come to those who wait. And it certainly doesn't come to those who celebrate one order, and then do nothing productive to earn order #2. Be hungry. Give us all something BIG to celebrate. Look beyond your first order. Successful sellers set ambitious goals, and then work hard to reach them. If you want to be successful, celebrate the bigger numbers.
    30 points
  10. Freelancing is not just about finding work and making money. It’s almost like a game of survival. But don’t let it be just about finding the next client or the next gig. Make it about finding your financial freedom. And plan accordingly to work towards achieving it. 1. Define your expertise and what you want to offer 2. Set your prices competitively and adjust as needed 3. Build your digital presence 4. Learn To Be Polite 5. always learn more to Upgrade your freelance caree.
    29 points
  11. 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! 🙂
    28 points
  12. Hello friends, In the last 3 months I've completed 20 orders. You will pray for me.
    27 points
  13. It is my 3rd-time tip that I got today. I'm really happy.
    27 points
  14. It is no secret that probably 90% of the forum's traffic is some sort of complaint about not getting sales. Sometimes it's a new seller who is not getting traction, or someone who's been around for a while, but is losing momentum. The algo usually gets the blame, and among a few helpful suggestions like SEO, attractive gig images and well written gig descriptions, there are tons of well meaning, but often useless remedies that get repeated ad nauseam. I believe that the reason both types of sellers are struggling is because fiverr has grown incredibly more competative. Every year there are more sellers, and the pandemic accelerated that growth geometrically. Suddenly, we had an influx of people, of all skill levels creating gigs with the expectation that once they were online the sales would roll in. Right now there are 219,736 gigs actively selling logo design. By the time you finish reading this post, there will be 3 more. Let's assume that you have done everything right, good keywords, gig description and images. Nice samples, smiling profile picture, and priced properly. And assuming that you are a talented artistic person who can actually create logos, one question remains... How do you stand out from the other 219,736 gigs out there. What makes your gig jump off the page in a sea of logos? What unique selling point can you offer that not everyone can do? If you are just starting, you are at a definite disadvantage now, as many sellers have had time to establish themselves and have regular clients who just continue to buy from them. Those people are also rewarded by the algo for their ability to convert clicks into sales, so yes, the already successful sellers do get the benefits that come from being an incumbent. The old saying is true: "What do people like? They like what they know." I hope you weren't expecting that I would provide a magic bullet at the end of this, but it seems that if you are doing all the basics right, and there are thousands of posts here as to how to do that, the only thing that can make you stand out now is being as unique as possible. Easier said than done, I know, but it seems that right now to get noticed, you need to disrupt a bit, take some chances, do something crazy and go viral on Fiverr. The days of just copying some TRS's gigs and making sales are long gone.
    25 points
  15. I have complete my 1st order. Thanks to Fiverr
    25 points
  16. Hello Everyone, I started freelancing on fiverr on 28 June and completed my first month on fiverr with 7 orders and $107 earnings. It's a very pleasant feeling. Really happy to work on Fiverr Thank you everyone
    24 points
  17. Ok, this is a difficult topic. I mean, very subjective, probably. The reason is that we deal with digital goods, so, there is not an initial expense to calculate. The initial expense is our time, our efforts and our dedication. Anyway, while any of us has a different idea of initial expense when producing our products, I think that the best way to calculate the final quote is toward an higher margin, than a lower margin. The reason is that we need to keep the prices "high" so the importance of our products is high as well. I explain, if you sell for just a few dollars, the word of mouth is that that specific product is worthless, not important, or mediocre. And we don't want this. Since we all work with digital goods, as example, I work with music, I want that my music is considered important, not just because it's a work of art and talent, but also because it's considered of value from a price perspective. So, when calculate your prices, consider this, do you want your product to be considered mediocre or important? Choose a balanced price of course, but toward an higher margin. That's all 😀
    24 points
  18. Yessssss Got Another Order Today on my new gig!!!
    23 points
  19. Just complete 975th Review on my profile.. It took 1 year to reach here.. So close to 1K .. Please Everyone pray for me so that I can reach my goal.. I wish one day I will be a TOP RATED SELLER.. thank you everyone
    23 points
  20. At first you need to choice a keyword for your gig .The service you wish to provide it will be your keyword. You have to use your keyword in the gig title.
    23 points
  21. 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
    21 points
  22. two months 30 order completed in fiverr. Thank you Fiverr
    21 points
  23. I received my 3rd order some hours ago
    21 points
  24. I have some Tips and Tricks for the New Freelancers on fiverr which I wanted to share with you. 1- Stay active and respond to inbox queries as soon as you can. 2- Send daily buyer requests and keep an eye out every hour. 3- Try to understand what your buyer needs before confirming, do not agree to a task you are unable to do it or if it's not worth the money. 4- You have to offer lower rates in start compared to your competitors but don't go below the market price, always know your worth. 5- Try to develop your skills watch YouTube tutorials and see if there is room for improvement. 6- Try to create gigs of your specific skill, you can create 7 gigs but if you're good in a particular skill then try to focus on that skill and gig at start. 7- Never ever copy anyone other than tags, you can pick out some good gigs and check their common tags that will give you some idea of your title and description as well but never copy anyone else's gig images or any other material. 8- Offer sample work if you get a bulk order but never deliver any sample without your fiverr watermark. Never Lose Hope!
    21 points
  25. Hello members! @rahetkhan7174 asked about how to write a good proposal for buyer request. I replied him with my experience. After I replied, I thought that the same issue may have to the newbies also. Then I decided to share it with you. I hope you will get some idea to write a good proposal for buyer requests. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ This is an example, and you can improve this one as you like! but make sure to give an clear idea to client. and Don't use the same template for every request. because some of buyer requests are totally different, some times they ask for another thing that you mentioned in your proposal. then it cause to reject your proposal. As an example, Some buyers are posting as " I need a minimalist logo design for my T shirts". actually he need to do logo to incorporate t-shirt materials. and not it may not for a business" If you're not read the details clearly, you're changing some words of the buyer request proposal you have and send it. At the very first time, the buyer looks at your proposal, they will reject it. because you mentioned about a business logo and they will think you didn't get the idea. They never like to go forward with a person, who haven't better understanding about the project. So Write to the point. make sure you understand everything in the request. If you have any doubts don't hesitate to ask about it from the client. you can add your question in your proposal. That's also very good habit and good point to attract clients for your proposal. I mentioned all of these things with my experience (not only in fiverr) , and it works well for me. So I think this will help you some what. This is the reply I added to his question, Hope this will help for someone who search for how to write good proposal for buyer request. 😃 My profile : fiverr.com/rasanganaj Thanks! Rasa
    20 points
  26. How to get response on each buyer request? Keep following things in mind Understanding the request and try to write it in your response Put your strategy how would you do it for the buyer Make sure to mention some of questions even if you understood everything, don’t just say that you got it and you can do it Mention some of similar examples or at least a few links from your past work. Don’t use portfolio links from someone else Make sure to use a polite language and try to greet at the start and end. Mention your name at the end of request Don’t just send a generic message to everyone If You are Newbie, then Create a portfolio on flickr/behance. Make a powerful portfolio and for starting, you can share your portfolio because you have not done any previous work. After you get some orders, start sharing your previous work links Just Sending the template is not good. Give time to buyer request and it will attract many Buyers
    20 points
  27. 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
    20 points
  28. 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.
    20 points
  29. 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.
    20 points
  30. I have the Subscriptions feature for my VA gig, but no one has ordered it yet. Usually I don’t like committing to long-term work, but I’ll see how this goes first!
    20 points
  31. I have completed my 14th order with 5 star review. Please provide me some success tips/tricks/suggestions, who are experienced. So that I can success in my fiverr freelancing career.Gig: https://www.fiverr.com/share/Gdev5q
    19 points
  32. I am so happy that I got tips. It is my first time tips that I gotten last day.
    19 points
  33. Hmm... does this mean Fiverr owes me an order? 🤣🤣
    19 points
  34. I new seller on fiverr I got 3 order in one day And I complete 10 order. Thank you
    18 points
  35. Never break the TOS 🙂 By breaking the TOS maybe you will be banned forever.
    18 points
  36. 1. Don't include irrelevant details e.g "I have x year of experience", "I have been working here on fiverr", "I make all buyers satisfy" ... Buyer doesn't have to deal with what you are. Instead, he want to know what you can do about current request. 2. Show that you read the whole request Try to include same keywords that buyer did in request. Suppose he asked "I need small android app which download data from website...". Now to tell him "I will make android app that will web scrape data from website. I'm excited to have done this job, Let's discuss further at chat." 3. Don't write story Try to be minimal writer. Don't write long paragraphs that causes buyer to NOT read whole offer. that's what I learned as a student on fiverr. And rest, ether I forgot or still need to learn. Thanks
    18 points
  37. Hi Fiverr Community Members! In case you missed it, last Friday, we announced The Future Collective for Black-Owned Businesses, a program built to support Black entrepreneurs in maximizing their opportunities for growth by providing $24,000 in funding, as well as mentorship and other resources to each business selected. This program is open to Buyers who identify as Black or African American, with businesses based in the United States who have purchased three or more orders on Fiverr. To apply to the program or learn more, head to the link below. Apply Now For more information, visit the Terms & Conditions. To share additional background on this program and why it’s launching now, we're also hosting a webinar on June 30th at 12:00pm EST. If you’re interested in getting a detailed overview of The Future Collective for Black-Owned Businesses and learning more about the application process, sign up for the webinar. Register for Webinar The artwork for The Future Collective for Black-Owned Businesses was created by the talented Khara Woods, a graphic designer and artist from Memphis, Tennessee. Khara is also a prolific muralist, whose public art projects can be seen all over the city of Memphis.
    17 points
  38. I've completed 109 Project with one clients on fiverr. And still we're working together. It's been a great experience. New sellers, Always provide your best quality of works. Normally clients doesn't want to change seller. If you do a job perfectly, then he or she will messsage you again for the next job.
    17 points
  39. I have completed my 1st order after long time straggle with unlimited revisions. Please provide me some tips/tricks/suggestions, who are experience person. Gig link: https://www.fiverr.com/share/w3Y45B
    17 points
  40. A pleasure to inform all of you that, I have completed 1st order with 5 stars and an excellent review. Please keep me in your prayers. Thanks Saim Babor
    17 points
  41. I am new seller called pawan, I m a web developer. I always do right to buyers but doesn't Have any orders ,why Who can solve my problem.
    17 points
  42. Hey, I am a freelancer from Bangladesh serving Programming & Tech and graphics designing related services, What about you and your services? Regards Tuhin
    17 points
  43. You can always edit the gig though. But if you didn't receive any orders in that gig so far and want to start fresh you can delete it if you want and make a new one. As a new seller, you can have 7 active gigs.
    17 points
  44. If you are a newbie and need help to learn more about boosting your career as a freelancer, here are so important attributes to start with : 1. Strong Communication Skills 2. Time Management Skills 3. Persistence 4. Determination and Responsibility 5. Initiative 6. Goal Becoming a successful freelancer doesn’t require only skills. You need to have goals and work toward achieving such goals. 7. Flexibility 8. Self-discipline
    17 points
  45. Great news! Now we can sell more on one gig! Thanks Fiverr!
    17 points
  46. Introducing Myself: Hello, my name is Riyo. I am 25 years old, and I am running a one man show at 'Audio Freak Music'. I'll be perfectly honest, it's only an online entity. Not a physical place, and it's literally just be right now behind a laptop. My hobbies are practicing guitar, violin, piano, and FL Studio. I love to compose music (gives me a rush inside), and I love sharing it to the public. What's Audio Freak Music? Audio Freak is a little "company" I made up involving game design. Audio Freak + Music is a service for fiverr I started to compose music for. If it ever catches on, I hope to get newbie producers on board so they have material to produce music and learn more and also make a few bucks doing so. It's just a little dream I have that will work for me and others! Experience: My experience came from listening to a lot of VGM. A lot of it being from Japan had very interesting tones and dialects in the music that always captured my attention. In hopes to spread it around and put more awareness on this particular style of scoring, I decided to research and make my own VGM. I can't get enough of it. Because of this passion I learned music theory, and the different fundamentals of culture in world music. Now I understand how to achieve appropriate sounds for atmosphere, ambiance, and more in VGM and BGM. Eversince I came to fiverr, I have made some money. I made 7 sales, in months span, but I also met really nice people along the way. 🙂 Goals: My goals is to make this as a living. I would love to be a professional composer. Right now I am composing and producing, but one day I hope to bring on newbie producers and give them experience they want and need awhile making a few bucks doing it! It might never happen this way, but I have hope. My other goal is to make new friends and see everyone else's work and hear their fiverr stories. I am glad to be here on fiverr, and I hope to hear from the community soon. Have an amazing day, and please keep safe during the pandemic.
    16 points
  47. Allowed Links for Gigs What URLs can you use in your Fiverr profile or Gig description? The following URLs may be used in your profile or Gig description: ammyy.com blogspot.com flickr.com mixcloud.com reverbnation.com soundcloud.com spotify.com teamviewer.com tumblr.com vimeo.com wetransfer.com wikipedia.org youtube.com
    16 points
  48. Sharing your work is the best way to get more work right...Can anyone assist me in the proper way to share on twitter my gig/gigs?!!! Thank you...😇
    16 points
  49. 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.
    16 points
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