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ronouk

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  1. I already mentioned that in my previous reply: That does not happen often. You just got lucky, that’s all. Congratulations.
  2. A buyer with a good budget will not go for a newbie(generally). And, I do not send a generic buyer request to everybody. Instead, I do the same as the post writer wrote. What I wrote is about my personal experience. Just like post writer, I also already sent more than a hundred requests and did not get a single reply from anybody. Oh, I have Grammarly. In fact, I have Grammarly premium. So, I am well aware of my grammatical correctness.
  3. My feeling about “Sending customized buyer request” is: It does not work. Yes, the straightforward answer is, IT DOES NOT WORK. This is just a theoretical suggestion that everybody likes to utter because it feels nice, and it gives you the vibe of being a knowledgeable and sensible person. But it’s unworthy advice. You see a buyer request; you take time to understand his/her need, then you write a buyer request based on that, and by that time, your submission may be fell behind hundreds of other offers. Most of the buyer does not want or does not have time to read hundreds of request. So, the scenario is, if the buyer is patient enough to read hundreds of offers before lending the job to anybody, only then you might have the chance of getting that job, otherwise not. So, that “send customized buyer request to everybody based on their need” is just worthless empty advice, like many advice out there.
  4. Sharing gig in social media for no reason does not help.
  5. Hi, how are you all? Recently I have created a gig regarding Elementor pro and Elementskit installation. It is my only gig which includes only one package. Can you please give me your suggestion if it is alright in terms of gig video/image, price, description and other things? Here is link to My Fiver Gig
  6. Yes, you can. But, if the video contains canva watermark, it will not be allowed.
  7. I gave my buyer benefit of doubt. I am assuming that, my buyer were honest enough to say the same thing both in front of me(public review) and behind me(hidden review). Saying something while in front and other thing while behind is not a good practice. It makes people dishonest and I don’t want to put that label to my buyer. Or, should I?
  8. I mentioned it just to let you know that, I have no personal interest in this discussion and I have no problem with that review thing, at least till now. I am talking from a general perspective and I think, this hidden review system is flawed. For the buyer, along with other methods of gaming the seller, it is just a new edition. Both buyer and seller should have hidden review system and if that have any effect, both buyer and seller’s profile should be affected by that.
  9. Many seller do game the system, that I agree. In the same time, don’t many buyer also do the same? Or, is it like that “Buyer is always right”? Yes, buyer makes money for Fiverr. How much that is? And, how much Fiverr get from the seller? Why omitting that part totally? If there is no buyer, definitely there will be no business. Same way, if there is no seller, buyer will be of no use. For me, till now, all my rating is 5 star. So, my comment is not for me, but from a general standpoint. Don’t take it otherwise. We “Seller” joined Fiverr to do business, just like the “Buyer”.
  10. There are 4 level. New SellerLevel 1Level 2Top rated
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