I just wanted to share my experience for all the other new sellers who may have joined recently. I’d like to share the three most important things I’ve learned as a “no level” seller, and how these 3 tips can help you on your journey as well. Be patient. I think Fiverr is an excellent platform to help you grow if you’re just starting out; because Fiverr’s Algorithm makes it so simple for buyers to come to you. I think it’s amazing that with literally tens of thousands of similar sellers competing, that there is still room for people like me who just started (in late April) to leave my mark. Be sure to follow the basics when setting up your gig: relevant keywords, short title with at least 1 keyword, a gig video and maybe even a demonstration of your work. Just this alone will eventually lead a buyer to your services. Patience is everything when you’re just beginning. Actively promote your gigs! First and foremost you should be utilizing the ‘Buyer Requests’ section of Fiverr every time you have the chance. Being able to submit to 10 jobs per day will surely end up paying off, and not only that, it’s great exposure even if you’re only used for a future reference. What I did was write a quick 500 word cover letter template that I can simply fill-in-the-blanks on after copy/pasting, depending on the the job you’re applying to. It’s a faster and more professional way to apply, and will certainly help you gain the attention you want from Buyers. Secondly, if you’re like me and chasing something that you want to become full time, then you’ll want to take it a step further. When I made my Fiverr account I also chose to focus on one Social Media platform, and since then I have gained over 500 followers and even made a couple sales from my following. Just recently, because I kept getting asked if I had one by potential clients, I decided to launch my own website as a means to demonstrate my talent. Just remain active in promoting yourself and all you’ll do is grow; it’s similar to that of a plant. We don’t see it actually grow but it definitely is growing. Go above and beyond! I think in the beginning that 5 star review is imperative. In fact, I think it matters more so than if you were to have thousands of reviews. I’m not saying stop caring about your customers over time, but to start caring a lot in the beginning. Think about it… If you have 2,000 five star reviews and get one bad egg, it isn’t going to break your business however, if you have one or two reviews and receive a bad egg, it’s going to impact your overall rating greatly and effect your chances of seeing success quickly. This can easily be avoided by ensuring your customer is satisfied. In the beginning I think it’s a great idea to do what I did. I offered unlimited revisions and always delivered an extra take or two (I’m a voice over artist). Going the extra mile has also gotten me tipped too! Bottom line is if I can do it so can you! Never give up! I hope these tips offer some of you insight and motivation. Thanks for reading and God bless?