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  1. Hi @emilymaeleader, you have to share your gig in Social Media every day and stay online at least 16 hrs per day. Moreover, you have to proper use of your buyer request. Also keep patienc, definitely success will come.

    stay online at least 16 hrs per day

    I’m sorry, but this simply isn’t true. We’re almost never online, and we’ve completed over 500 orders. I can honestly say that we didn’t get a single one of these orders by ‘being online’. Buyers reach out to us based on the quality of our gigs, not because we’re online. Focus your time on making awesome gigs instead, I promise you’ll have more success. Install the Fiverr app on your phone, and you can still respond super quick.

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  2. Thanks for the insight, @manucornel. SInce i’m not a writer, proofreader, nor an editor; manuscript and editing on writing-related works are not analogue with any terms in graphic design works.

    For basic gig, you will get the final logo in high-resolution (300 DPI, CMYK print-ready and RGB) with transparent background, logo real-preview (you could also call this as “3D-mockup”), copyrights, vector file, and logo in altered versions (if possible)."

    If you don’t do that from first delivery, you will be banned.

    Thanks for pointing out. I have clearly said about “final”. If they have not been approved yet, then it is not final and not a “final delivery with error-free”, it is just a “delivery that need corrections”. I also wrote this in each of my delivery: “please download the attachment before you check the delivery for better zooming experience. Afterward, please reject this delivery and let me know if there’s anything that need to be revised. If everything has meet your requirements, i will resend them in full resolution”

    Different profession has different way to interpret TOS and to sync their workflow to it, in my opinion.

    I think the point that people are making here, is that Fiverr does not distinguish between “final delivery” and “delivery”. There’s one button, it’s the delivery button, and when you use it, you’re supposed to be delivering your final/complete/finished version of your work.

    I understand that you’re trying to get approval from your client. Perhaps another way to do this (that I don’t believe is against Fiverr’s TOS) would be to attach a low-res version WITHIN the order conversation. Attach it, don’t ‘deliver’ it. Ask the client to respond with either changes or approval. Then, within the time limit of the order, submit the finished version using the Deliver button.

    It is of course up to you how you run your business. But as a few people have pointed out to you, what you’re currently doing is very much against Fiverr’s TOS, so you do run the risk of getting a warning (or worse).

  3. I’m afraid that I don’t understand what you meant by “complete all gigs and after that you have to Online 18hours + Active”. Could you explain more in detail? Thank you!

    Thank you all for the welcome. 🙂

    A lot of people on the forum spread the misinformation that in order to be successful, you must have created the maximum number of gigs, and be online constantly. This simply isn’t true, so please don’t heed that advice. I cringe at the idea of all these people sitting ‘online’ for 18 hours a day, waiting in the hopes that an order might come in. There are better things you can be doing with your time.

    Focus on making your gigs look as amazing as you can, especially as you’re specializing in Photoshop. Create a really slick portfolio, and give people a reason to order from you, rather than from anyone else.

    You said yourself that your niche is crowded - work out what you can offer that nobody else in your niche can, then focus on marketing that.

    Good luck!

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  4. A friendly word of advice…

    It looks like you’ve got multiple accounts. Someone with your username (in reverse) and a different photo of you posted this exact same message minutes after this one, elsewhere on the forum. Either someone is copying you… Or you’ve created more than one account. This is explicitly against Fiverr’s Terms of Service, and will result in all your accounts being banned.

    Focus on building one account. You obviously don’t have to take my advice here if you don’t want to, but trust me, Fiverr really come down hard on people creating multiple seller accounts.

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  5. I Created gigs , 2 week ago , on 1 gig i am having 74 impressions and other are having just 0 . i dont why people dont trust people those who are new to Fiverr.

    i dont why people dont trust people those who are new to Fiverr.

    On your SEO gig, you’ve misspelt Google. It would be extremely difficult to trust someone who claims to be an SEO expert, yet spells Google incorrectly.

    Also… You’re really quite expensive for someone brand new to the site. In the beginning, you need to seriously consider working for a slightly cheaper rate, in order to generate some orders and get some positive reviews. Once you’ve had some success, you should absolutely put your rate up to what you think is fair for your work.

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  6. I second the point about fixing your gig titles.

    I see people here all the time advising other sellers to “be online”… don’t get wrapped up in this, it’s not important. Yes, you need to reply quickly, but you don’t have to be online to do that. We’re hardly ever online, but we get plenty of orders, and we still reply quickly.

    What is important is to provide your potential buyers with a reason to buy from YOU. What do you do BETTER than everyone else? You’re operating in a deeply saturated market. There are literally thousands of gigs just like yours. And if I was buying, I would either buy from the person with the most positive reviews, or the person who wowed me with designs I hadn’t seen anywhere else.

    Why should I buy from you? I see you offer landing pages. How good are they? Are they amazing? Are they better than the others I can buy on here? If so, show me! Design 10, or 20, or 100, and put them in your portfolio. Wow me with your quality!

    If they’re not amazing, then why are you selling them? It’s tempting to offer gigs because you think it will be easy to get sales, but as you can see, buyers are spoilt for choice. Either practice and work hard at your craft to improve, or focus on whatever it is you’re truly amazing at.

    We only offer voiceovers, because we’re really good at voiceovers. Our quality is what sets us apart from our competition. We don’t offer logos, or Wordpress installations, or SEO, because we’re not good at those things. Other people can offer those. We just focus on being really good at voiceovers.

    Focus on finding your real talent and showcasing it and you’ll get sales.

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