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  1. This resembles my process as well. Glad to see it has worked for you as well!
  2. Can’t agree more with your point @barrelofmonkeys. Even though with a name like yours, I am sure that you have a great sense of humor that makes any conversation pleasurable. 😄 But as I have found out in my own experience, buyers that first try to get to know me and my style and then seek my services, usually are the ones that form a long-term relationship with you. Especially in my sector, Digital Marketing, if I am managing your Social Media Accounts, we are partners and we need to collaborate in order for results to start pouring in. That is when the point you made, about building a communication, earning trust, etc., comes into play the most in my opinion.
  3. You bring up a valid point. Trying to spark up a discussion with your client has definitely brought me better results. I personally have a basic skeleton for my offers, as it makes it easier to follow and appropriately hit the Psychographics of the buyer, but I do not use the copy/paste method. If I had to measure the uniqueness of my offers, they’d be around 60-80 % different for every buyer.
  4. You haven’t gotten an order in your first week? Good. Change something, be more active, do more. No one has answered your Buyer Requests Submissions? Good. Change your copy, change your style, send more. Your persistence and time will be rewarded, that is just how things work. But don’t expect to receive if you haven’t given first. Now, after setting your expectations, let us begin with the fun part - crafting your buyer request submission in order to generate ORDERS [THE ACTUAL ADVICE STARTS HERE] Don’t be a seller. Well doesn’t this sound controversial? But let me explain. You need to show empathy for your buyer and his needs. Don’t start selling him your services, there isn’t a successful salesman that has achieved long-term prosperity by shoving his products down his buyer troats. Focus your attention on HIM and not on you. To do that you need to have: Carefully read his buyer request;Understood his true needs and desires;Show him how you can help HIM.There are numerous studies on focus groups that show that advertising (a form of selling) stops working the second you mention I, Me, We, Our. But why is that? I am not going to spoil it for you, this will be your homework 😉 TLDR: Focus on your buyer, don’t hard sell him anything, show him how his particular problem/need can be solved by your needs. You definitely are persistent! Are you implementing the strategy I mentioned in my topic? Would love to hear back from you and improve together as we go. 🙂
  5. You do bring a valid point. For niche gigs such as your gig the Buyer Request might not be the best choice. But as you have found out for yourself, they can bring great results for others. If you do not mind sharing, did you create unique submissions for all of the 6 request you sent offers to?
  6. One more thing. I sincerely think that measuring our conversion rates from Buyer Request Submission is a good idea. So fill out the poll and be objective. The information can be used to determine how are you doing compared to other sellers. How many orders did you get from your last 100 Buyer Request Submissions?10+531None0voters
  7. [THE IMPORTANCE OF THE RIGHT MENTALITY] First, let me start out by setting the right expectations for you. You won’t magically start receiving tons of orders when you first start out. Heck, you should be prepared to receive exactly 0 orders. But you need to be persistent, this is the key. A well-known fact that has kept my motivation levels high even when I have experienced stagnation in my career is: You haven’t gotten an order in your first week? Good. Change something, be more active, do more. No one has answered your Buyer Requests Submissions? Good. Change your copy, change your style, send more. Your persistence and time will be rewarded, that is just how things work. But don’t expect to receive if you haven’t given first. Now, after setting your expectations, let us begin with the fun part - crafting your buyer request submission in order to generate ORDERS [THE ACTUAL ADVICE STARTS HERE] Don’t be a seller. Well doesn’t this sound controversial? But let me explain. You need to show empathy for your buyer and his needs. Don’t start selling him your services, there isn’t a successful salesman that has achieved long-term prosperity by shoving his products down his buyer troats. Focus your attention on HIM and not on you. To do that you need to have: Carefully read his buyer request;Understood his true needs and desires;Show him how you can help HIM.There are numerous studies on focus groups that show that advertising (a form of selling) stops working the second you mention I, Me, We, Our. But why is that? I am not going to spoil it for you, this will be your homework 😉 TLDR: Focus on your buyer, don’t hard sell him anything, show him how his particular problem/need can be solved by your needs.
  8. Yes, I get it, this topic headline is pretty outrageous, but it is there for a reason. This track-record isn’t the best, and I am not stating it as a way to blow my own horn, but as a discussion starter. I would love to get my GIGs reviewed and receive feedback on them (the good, the bad, the recommended). https://www.fiverr.com/bravemarketer - Would love to receive your feedback. Let us all improve together as a community!
  9. There definitely should be more to it. I shared my opinion in the comments above this one.
  10. Check this out: https://sellers.fiverr.com/en/article/what-is-rising-talent Thank you for the resource, I personally have already read it. But I couldn’t find any concrete information about the requirements or criteria that go into the decision, I also understand the reason for that. And this is the reason for creating this topic. As a discussion in which sellers share their opinion on what it takes to receive the badge and also give critique on each others Gigs.
  11. I haven’t said that this is about deciding or helping anyone get the actual badge. This topic is created as a discussion.
  12. To be honest, I haven’t found out any concrete information about this either. There is an explanation given by Fiverr but it isn’t perfect. I personally leave only the phrase by which my gig is most often searched in Fiverr.
  13. Thank you for your time @goldsmydy! Keep an eye on this thread, I think it will be valuable to all of us. The more join, the merrier!
  14. Can you dive into more details @goldsmydy ? Do you basically do a keyword and search analysis on Google and Fiverr?
  15. Greetings, Fellow Sellers 👋 I have created this topic with 2 things in mind: 1. As a discussing in which we comment on the requirements and the factors that go into RECEIVING the “RISING TALENT” badge. 2. As a way for you to give me feedback on my GIGs. Do you share the opinion that they deserve the “RISING TALENT” badge? Please Review My Profile: https://www.fiverr.com/bravemarketer
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