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  1. I received an email today saying video testimonials are no longer permitted on Fiverr 😰. Spokesperson videos are still OK though.
  2. Checking in from Seoul. Things seem fine here…for now!
  3. You could find the link yourself, or at least say “please”. Furthermore, you need to complete 50 orders in 2 months. Looks like some of your reviews are more than a year old.
  4. I thought the clock stopped once you delivered an order. I recently delivered a gig on time. However, it took about another 2 weeks of the buyer and I to proceed with the revisions (long story). I delivered it way past the original due date, and I never got dinged for a late delivery.
  5. I’m not in the market for the gig you offer, so I wouldn’t know. However, you offer 30 hours of work for only $25? I would probably be concerned about the quality of that work, honestly. After Fiverr’s fee, you’re working for 0.66USD an hour (less when you factor in Paypal’s fees, and anything lost in conversion). That’s insane.
  6. I think this is a silly question. I buy more often (and for much longer) than I sell here. I don’t really have a preference based simply on the seller’s level. It depends on the seller, their gig, profile, communication, etc. Some might be hesitant to trust a new seller, but I think most people would be willing to risk $5 on a new seller to see if it works out or not.
  7. Are you talking about your Live Portfolio? If so, you need to make sure it’s turned on. The buyer has the option to either post it or not.
  8. Has anyone even confirmed what ‘Fiverr’s Choice’ is?
  9. Eh- considering you only have 9 reviews, and 4 of them are less than 5 stars, it might be how you are dealing with the customers. If you’re not getting the information you need, perhaps you aren’t asking the right questions. Maybe focus on your communication and customer service skills and see if that helps. Edited to add: reading over your gig descriptions, I am not clear exactly what you offer. You state “for $5 I will design the site to fit your needs”. I would instead write down exactly what you offer at this price. You have 1200 characters to use in your gig description, no need to keep it short.
  10. In that case, why would anyone have a $5 gig? Everyone would post high prices in order to get those customers. And just because a gig starts at $5, doesn’t mean it’s not a quality gig. Besides, when searching, buyers can already filter by price range. If they want to avoid $5 or $10 gigs, they can do that.
  11. It would be nice if there was a “from” location and a “currently in” location. I’m American, but living in South Korea. Although I explain right off the bat that I’m teaching English here, I always wonder if it looks a bit shady to buyers. I also travel a fair bit, and I notice that the time will change based on where I am, but it doesn’t match the country that is listed as that doesn’t change.
  12. Your gig looks cute! If I think of an occasion, I will purchase from you! 🙂 It looks like there’s only one other person selling a similar service here. However, she is charging only $5, while you are charging $10. If I were you, I would lower my prices until I got a few reviews under my belt. Also try editing your gig tags. Maybe be a bit more specific in your title and description like “I will do a ventriloquist video to say happy birthday” or “congratulations on a new job” or something like that. Have you advertised your gig anywhere? I would also dump the logo gigs. Seems a bit random with your other gigs. Best of luck!
  13. The only way to ensure that your idea remains confidential is to build the app yourself, and tell nobody about it until its released. Since that’s not feasible, you’ll need to find someone you can trust. As @jonbaas said, you’ll need to take some time to find someone who you can trust. Find somebody with good reviews that you feel comfortable with. Due diligence, and all that.
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