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  1. “Thank you for your interest, but that is not a service I offer.”
  2. I’m not sure about the other details of their request, but be careful about promises of future work. Often, people say that to convince you to lower your price or do something you normally might not offer. These cases rarely result in any further orders being placed, and if they do, they continue to ask for discounts.
  3. Usually December is very busy for me, but I used out of office mode at the beginning of the month, so it’s been very slow since. During slow times, I usually take a much-needed break. Then, I catch up on some things on my to-do list that I haven’t been able to get to. If sales aren’t picking up by then, I start doing things to boost my presence on Fiverr, like releasing a new gig, adjusting gig descriptions or delivery times, or creating a video for one of my gigs. I’ll be working on those today. I hope you get more orders soon and have a happy new year!
  4. I am getting more orders from higher-paying buyers who are serious about getting good quality work.
  5. It’s fine to work in more than one place, but do not mention it to buyers on Fiverr. If a buyer messages you here and then you offer or agree to work with them off-site, that would be considered a violation of the terms of service.
  6. Congrats on your first message! Remember, it doesn’t have to be your first sale. If they won’t provide the info you need, it’s best to wish them good luck and wait for another buyer. It may be impossible to satisfy your client and get a good review if you don’t have all the information necessary. And once they order, you’re on a countdown whether they’ve provided the info or not.
  7. Fiverr does take action on that. It just takes a while because there are a lot of gigs to check.
  8. Probably, but whatever you do, don’t message him about it. Not everyone will leave a review.
  9. Do not add any images or text that mention your seller level or star rating. Fiverr will remove your gig if you do.
  10. And here’s the last word on the subject from customer support.
  11. Okay, it looks like I know the problem! After changing my gig images, they notified me for a second time that it still needs to be modified. But this time, it actually shows the reason! Now this message shows.
  12. Well, I’m lost. I just replaced all of my gig images. The new one is completely different. It’s purple, black and white. I just got another notification that it needs to be modified again. I’ll have to contact CS and hopefully they’ll tell me what the problem is.
  13. Well, I just changed all my photos for that gig, removing the buyer reviews. Hopefully that does the trick! Once it’s approved, I’ll update the others too…just in case.
  14. I updated all of my gigs last night. I got an email this morning saying my SEO web content writing gig requires modification. Here is their stated reason, which appears when I go to my gig’s gallery: “We ask that you do not use a Fiverr seller badge, your seller level, or stars representing your rating in your Gig images, video, profile picture, or any other Gig components. Seller levels and rating are not permanent and may change on a monthly basis. Therefore, this may mislead our buyer community. We ask that you modify your Gig accordingly.” I’m trying to figure out what exactly in my gig triggered this. I do not use my seller badge or level anywhereMy main gig photo is the same as always. I’ve attached it here.I do not mention my overall rating anywhere, but I do mention past reviews. This is the most likely culprit, although these statements/representations will always be true because they happened in the past. My gig images do include individual buyer reviews I received on writing samples I’ve uploaded. So do my other gigs, which were not flagged. I’ve uploaded an example of this, with the buyer’s username removed as per forum rules. I’ve been doing this for quite a while because I think it’s a good bit of added social proof, but now I’m worried that this might be the problem and if I don’t change it, this gig and my other gigs may be denied in the future. Maybe it was just a mistake of the algorithm, but I guess I should probably remove the reviews from my samples to be safe. What do you guys think? P.S. This also brings up questions about whether i can mention in my gig descriptions that I have over 450 positive reviews. Again, this is something that will never change, and it’s something I’ve been mentioning for a long time, but maybe Fiverr is not that discerning.
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