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nasio2k3

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  1. I think you need to read what I wrote again. I didn’t say you are a newbie. Please read it again.
  2. Just take it easy bruv! Even in real life businesses go up and down. But just know this too; As a newbie on Fiverr or when you first register on Fiverr, they see you as a baby and they pamper you, treat you specially and help you promote and build your business. Yes, they are generous like that. Every day, millions of sellers register on Fiverr to sell the same kind of services or even a better one than yours. Guess what? They also need the same kind of treatment Fiverr gave you when you first came. So, it is only natural that Fiverr drops you from the baby list for them -after all you have what it takes to survive on your own now. It is a process every old seller have gone through. So, stop thinking it is just you alone. Fiverr doesn’t know most of us here, so they can’t possibly be treating anyone differently. To keep breaking through on Fiverr just add little patience to all the virtues you have got. Finally, Fiverr is still one if not the most flexible, friendly and easy going Freelancing platform. I love Fiverr.
  3. The e mail address on the payoneer account is it the same as with either the old or new Fiverr account?
  4. I am assuming you got that duration (60 days) from the minimum requirements to reach level 1 seller. Those are just the minimum requirements to qualify for being promoted to level 1. You can take as little (minimum limit for promotion to level 1: 60 days) or as long as want to meet the requirements for the next level. There are no negative repercussions for taking longer than 60 days. 🙂 The only requirement for upgrading to a level is the number of reviews you have got, for which level 1 is 10 reviews and so on and so forth. The 60 days thing is actually the number of days you must spend on Fiverr with over 50 reviews to get to level 2 not 1. For level 1, it is 30 days. What that simply means is, even if you came to Fiverr today and completed 1000 jobs within 24 hours, you will never get any badge until you have stayed up to 30 days to get the level 1 badge. 60 days to upgrade to level 2 and so on and so forth. So, don’t bother about the number of days or years you have spent on Fiverr, no one cares! Just concentrate on completing jobs and making money. Cheers!
  5. You can’t remove the flag and it won’t affect your gigs’ appearance. Just be careful not to attract another warning flag, that’s when it will affect you real bad as that means you might be simply on your way out of Fiverr. So, just move on and be more at alert.
  6. You sound as if Payoneer charge you per 4$ that you withdraw? The 1$ charge is for every withdrawal be it a 1000$ or more. How I change it? Maybe that’s my little secret. Don’t forget, the topic of the conversation is how much does Fiverr worth, before how can you spend it? You can start your own response by stating that you spend $1 on the Payoneer charge. I didn’t add that because I don’t even feel the deduction when I make withdrawals.
  7. Yeah, I did exclude the card charges because that has nothing to do with Fiverr. But when I change $4, I get about 1500.
  8. I get $4 after Fiverr cut and that’s about 1500 Naira in Nigerian currency. That can do a monthly internet subscription, buy about 10 liters of patrol, feed you three square meals (depending on the quality) That can pay for bike to work for about a week. Of course, you can do a lot with that. Lol:joy:😂
  9. I will advice you inquire about this from CS.
  10. I have had an experience where a buyer cancelled an order close to two months after it was marked as completed and Fiverr marked it as red for me because there was no money there, but as soon money cleared into the account they took it. I just didn’t mind them, I moved on. You too can move on. Even in real life, we all have ups and downs in business.
  11. My penny, while you do that be sure to have withdrawn all your revenue from Fiverr. This is incase you didn’t find the link to your account again. Lol:sweat_smile:😅
  12. Good, just move on. If they come along, fine. If not just take it as one of those loses that life throws at humans sometimes. Cheers!
  13. When Fiverr cancels an order without notifying the seller it often means that the buyer had reported to Paypal and Paypal’s refund policy is strictly followed. This means that when a buyer reports to Paypal that they had ordered a service from Fiverr and they were not satisfied with the job delivered, their CS will review that claim and if it is found to be true, they just contact Fiverr and at that instant, Fiverr owes no seller any apology before cancelling such orders. Of course, that’s not fair but Fiverr would rather cancel an order from their end than face a legal action from Paypal. I know this because I once had an experience with a buyer who was troublesome. The only thing I guess Fiverr would do easily is to ban such buyer from Fiverr but getting them to pay you? I don’t think so. However, just report to Fiverr CS and wait for their response. And while you wait, please keep doing other things.
  14. You can start by doing a search and see the prices other sellers in your niche are selling. I think that should help you know how much you should add to your current price. The idea is to make your price as competitive as possible. I wish you goodluck!
  15. It is even risky for two PCs to make use of two Fiverr accounts let alone a revenue card. 😅
  16. What you just need is a working internet connection, that’s all.
  17. While your case study looks nice, there is another side of the coin which you should also consider; which is " the seller’s area of competence." It is one thing to find a niche that generates more revenue,but another thing to do a satisfactory job that’s worth the revenue from that niche. Like this author rightly said, Fiverr platform offers variety of niches, but my one penny would be, go for those niches where you are able to deliver a good job with ease. When you search for a niche, don’t look for the one that is spilling $s. Look for the one where you will also spill your knowledge and expertise too. That’s one of the ways to keep the dollars coming. It maybe slow but it is better when it is steady instead of picking jobs that you can’t do perfectly and keep hurting the fiverr community with substandard jobs or keep getting low reviews from buyers.
  18. The last time I checked, we all came to Fiverr without ratings or reviews but we had to keep up with the competition and today we have so grown with so many reviews. Instead of complaining, look for ways to get your works reviewed or rated by buyers.
  19. In my own experience, they just place the order and :walking_man: away. I tried the trick of bidding with a cheaper price, when the seller contacted me and I tried increasing the price she quickly walked away. She told me, she had chosen my gig offer because of the low price. I think we should just understand what works for us and stick to it.
  20. Its a small amount for some and a huge amount for others, all depends on what your getting in return, whats your profit after expenses etc. Giving $1 out of $5 is not bad at all.
  21. Hosting space, and the ease of not having to set up and maintain their own website, obviously. Do you know how much work it is to build and maintain your own website. I do. Fiverr is a convenience in that regard. They let me have space on their website, in exchange for 20% of my profits. That’s a pretty sweet deal! And, on the topic of sales, if it was, as you claim, Fiverr’s responsibility to bring sales, then why do they specifically indicate that they do not guarantee sales, just because a seller has a gig on Fiverr? The fact that they have said that sales are not their responsibility would seem to contradict your entire argument. When people complain about giving 20% of their income to Fiverr, I don’t cease to wonder what they mean. Even in the real life, you pay for space and any other thing including adverts to make sales and profits. Fiverr is the fairest of all marketplace in the gig economy. They give everyone old and new a leveling playing ground irrespective of the country where you are operating from. Fiverr has had to cancel an order in favor of a buyer who was looking for a free work. I just saw it as them putting our customers first since I am part of the Fiverr team as a seller. I love Fiverr any day and I trust that the motive behind this upgrade will make the marketplace stronger. Yesterday I was frustrated that my delivery stat was at 30% but I had to encourage myself and put more efforts and now, it is at 40%. I am sure that before November ends with what I have started doing, I will sure get it back to 100%.
  22. In my own case, Fiverr keeps reducing my delivered on time stat each time a seller refused to drop a review and even when I didn’t have orders. I a kind of thought maybe that didn’t matter anymore, only for me to see that it mattered after all in the announcement. I just hope they will have to start increasing it instead of reducing it.
  23. It’s also good that you note this, it is not compulsory for a buyer to drop a review for you. So, if they don’t drop a review and the order has been marked as completed, just move on with your business and make do with the money. I once had a seller who returned few weeks after the order had been marked as completed to request I tell him how to drop a review because the elevator pitch has given him good turnovers. I told him to help me contact the CS because I was busy. There were also other people I sent a reminder about reviewing and I don’t want to discuss their replies here. That taught me that when they don’t drop a review it is not necessarily because they didn’t like the job, in most cases, it is just that they don’t want to. Fiverr even understands that.
  24. It can never be polluted to the worst level. Fiverr always refreshes the page.
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