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yeseniacoello

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  1. https://www.fiverr.com/share/99XevE https://www.fiverr.com/share/zWL0Ee https://www.fiverr.com/share/kLgBYQ You all know what to do. 😉 Is there anything in my gigs that could be improved on or edited?
  2. Yeah, I just edited my descriptions to include those services because they are things I offer, but for some reason didn’t mention them in my gig descriptions. Since those things are more along the lines of what I want to do on Fiverr.
  3. You know, that actually might be a good idea. (Since it’s been a few months since I’ve edited my gigs.)
  4. The title says it all. After a busy November, I received no orders or inquiries last month. Subsequently, my impression and completion rate are dealing with hefty blows. I don’t/expect answers as to why I didn’t receive any buyers, but rather what can I do to increase and maintain my presence on the Fiverr platform. Any advice is appreciated!
  5. Ugh. I’m glad that I’m not the only one who’s been dealing with them. I’ve had people message me about all sorts of weird things, from asking me to an American-based Upwork account (I don’t even know) to people just sending me cryptic images asking me to call them immediately. Right now it’s just frustrating because my gigs have been slow at the moment, so whenever I see a new message I get excited only to get my hopes dashed. Personally? I just block and report them. I don’t have time to deal with this bullsh*t.
  6. I reached out to CS. They got back to me fairly quickly. Although the message didn’t explicitly mention gore, the rep that reached out to me basically reiterated what was already stated in the Terms of Service, so I guess that’s a no. Thanks for the feedback, everyone! I had a prospective buyer reach out to me requesting a story with gore, and I decided to reach out before agreeing to the buyer’s request.
  7. I see. They simple said they prohibit “adult” content. I’m not exactly sure what that entails…
  8. I’m just asking this mostly as a safety precaution, but what are Fiverr’s rules on selling mature content. By this, I don’t necessarily mean anything pornographic or ■■■■■■ (I’ve read Fiverr’s terms of services), but I’m mostly talking about blood and gore. Does anyone have any experience providing and selling this kind of material? If it’s not prohibited, of course.
  9. https://www.fiverr.com/share/RgGxw Hello! Now that I’m beginning to grow more comfortable on Fiverr, I’d figure it was the apt time to offer a new gig. Feedback is greatly appreciated.
  10. https://www.fiverr.com/yeseniacoello/write-you-an-engaging-article-and-or-blog-post The title says it all. I made some overhauls to my gigs to avoid being exploited by buyers. My thing is (as mentioned in my gig description), I’m a huge believer in putting in effort in crafting a quality product, even if it means sacrificing time. As a new seller, though, I feel like I don’t really have the “right” to dictate my orders just yet. So I’m doing a lot of things I’m not necessarily comfortable with to seem more appealing and amiable to buyers. Still, I only have a few years of experience under my belt and I’m a recent college grad, so it feels like I have no other choice in the matter. So, without bending backward, I feel like my gig has nothing unique to offer. I don’t even know SEO (as I was a print writer originally), so I feel like that makes me less marketable than others in my niche. This probably belongs in the Ranting Pot, but I do want honest feedback about my gig.
  11. Probably nothing, to be honest. From what I’ve seen (and from my own experiences) it takes a bit for new sellers to find their footing and establish a presence on Fivver. But you joined this month and already managed to land a sale? I think that’s something to be super proud of.
  12. Welcome to Fiverr and the forum! This is a place with an abundance of resources, so I’m sure you’ll be able to get the assistance you need in the future.
  13. Aw. Thank you everyone for the advice (and kind words!). I’ve been considering offering other services, I just have to figure out what I would be offering. Also, I definitely agree with the specialization and offering more services with my expensive packages. 🙂
  14. Regardless of how much I charge for my products, I make sure that I take my time to work on my products and to ensure that I’m delivering the best possible product for my client. I’m a firm believer that the work you put out, especially when paid, is a reflection of your worth ethic and passion for what you’re doing. As a result, my articles take hours to write. Not only because I’m a meticulous worker, but also because I do research and citations for whatever I’m working on, so finding credible sources is sometimes a bit tricky. Plus, I’ve been in the industry for a few years, so I don’t know if it would be plausible for me to increase my prices. The only thing that’s inhibiting from doing so is my newbie seller status on Fiverr and the fact that I don’t know much about SEO/keyword focus. Thoughts? My cheapest package is $5 while the premium is $15.
  15. Hello, fellow sellers. I just have a question regarding a situation I’m currently in. So I recently just finished my first order and the buyer is interested in buying more from me. The thing is, it’s been a couple of days since I left them a follow-up message, and they haven’t responded yet. I was just wondering would it be polite of me to send another follow-up message? Or would that be considered a bad business practice? I’m asking because I don’t want to leave my buyer hanging. Or maybe should I just brush the issue aside until he messages me? 😄
  16. Welcome! I hope you’re not discouraged by this. Sometimes are just too busy to notice a new post (especially in an active forum such as this one).
  17. Welcome! It’s refreshing to see another young entrepreneur around these parts. 😀
  18. This is sound advice, even if it is a little disheartening to here. (I’m used to working for peanuts and have been doing so for some time now.)
  19. Twenty-one gigs is also…a lot, for a lack of better term. To have so many gigs can give buyers the wrong impressions about work (it could insinuate that you prefer making a quick buck as opposed to making quality content). I think it might be better for you to focus on a few and effectively advertise and beef up those gigs.
  20. Oh! This is exciting! I was interested in game development when I was younger (and occasionally flirt with the idea every now and then), so this is refreshing to see.
  21. Welcome to the forum! Please feel free to look around and good luck on your future endeavors!
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