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Everything posted by somaginer1996

  1. Yes. People are here to learn, talk, have fun. It doesn’t affect your main account.
  2. Anything you do on the Fiverr forum doesn’t affect your main account.
  3. Wait, is that not a thing that most people know?
  4. Nope, don’t do it. You’ll most likely get reported.
  5. Try searching “buyer request” in the search bar above. It’ll probably yield some helpful results.
  6. You might want to take a look at the Fiverr help and education center. https://www.fiverr.com/support
  7. I would contend that price isn’t everything. Sometimes more expensive gigs can be worth the price.
  8. Eh, I’d be hesitant to demand that a company stay the same as it was in the past. Times change. Also, there are more than enough sellers offering services for $5 already, so many that you probably wouldn’t even have to delve into sellers offering services for more than that if you didn’t want to. The existence of things like extras would make a $5 minimum moot anyways.
  9. 14 offers isn’t a lot. Just keep at it! Also, knowing what you’ve been writing in those offers might be helpful.
  10. Depends on the gig. It’s also possible that it won’t help you at all.
  11. I wouldn’t accept an order like that in the first place. It just doesn’t seem worth it. We can’t really guide you on how to write an article. It’s your own gig.
  12. Nah, I was talking about the gig description. I see, I personally didn’t have that problem since I didn’t go into my process or anything (also, Chinese is a much “briefer” language in terms of characters). I guess it’s up to you then 😛
  13. Why not add an Italian version of your description too, for the Italian-reading buyers? That would give them a show of your fluency in both languages and also help you appeal to a broader audience 🙂
  14. Nice to see another writer/editor on here! Welcome to Fiverr 🙂
  15. Don’t hijack other people’s threads, please 😕
  16. Impressions, views, and clicks don’t correlate to the actual amount of orders that you receive. In fact, I’d say continuously recreating your gigs is a waste of time.
  17. I actually like your gigs a lot. I’m not an expert in graphic design so I can’t say anything about the design itself, but I think your descriptions are pretty good. If I were you I might not include “high school student” in your tagline just because I feel like people will make assumptions based on that, but otherwise I think you’re good.
  18. I would say drop your prices for the first few orders at least, although that’s also entirely up to you. Also, putting your writing sample into your gig images instead of the body of your description would be a good idea. The body of your description should ideally be more convincing: why should someone pick you over all the sellers who are already on Fiverr? You’re a writer, so I’m sure you can convince them with words 😉
  19. I feel like the art style you’re using in the pictures is very specific. I’d recommend changing the title to reflect that (e.g. minimalist portraits or something like that). If you still want to have a general art gig, it would be more helpful if you showed more examples that weren’t just this style.
  20. misscrystal did offer some advice, which I agree with. It’s really a personal choice when it comes to staying or leaving. The scam thing isn’t super common. While I’ve received some messages about opening accounts on other platforms, it hasn’t really been to that degree. I will say that it’s a lot tougher to get going here with legitimate clients than it was when I started because of the whole buyer request filtering thing, so if you already have other platforms and whatnot then I wouldn’t put so much into Fiverr.
  21. Fiverr’s not really a place for earning passive income, I would say. Regardless, welcome!
  22. No, I don’t. You might have to figure that one out for yourself.
  23. It’s happened to me several times, I wouldn’t worry about it too much. It’s just a time-waster.
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