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y8dank

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  1. Also A big thanks Guys! It’s nice to know there are serious Sellers on the platform.
  2. In an ideal world, with the appropriate budget I’d go straight for the Pro Services (with the assumption, they’re well versed in their field). I learnt very early on that cheap ‘$5’ gigs does not provide quality. So I normally aim for Top Rated or Level 2. Please note, I take the time to research their services and prices but I don’t really work of their queue. I guess I thought they would advise, if they couldn’t take it on - which is more than fair. I only request what they advertise and also think it’s slightly disrespectful to request a discounts or more than what they’ve advertised. Every’s time is money! It makes sense to stick with detailed requests. I know that’s what I’d like.
  3. Sorry maybe I should clarify my experience so far; Me - Hi, I’m interested in X servicesSeller - Yeh sureMe - Request explainationSeller - No response2 days waiting for response then researching for a new seller Me - Hi, I’m interested in X servicesSeller - Yeh sureetc… It’s clear Sellers are conscious of SLA’s but surely a light conversation after to clarify whether we can proceed, is not asking too much
  4. Initially I did started life on this platform, with posting a request in the buyer section and your right @uk1000 you do get a lot of sellers this way. However the sellers ‘I’ selected, completely ignored the brief and a lot of valuable time was wasted. So plan 2 @coerdelion contacting numerous sellers at once. Now with this method the most I contacted at once was 3, however I spent time researching the seller. So each request was unique, it’d be a shame if this was marked as spam. I started with detailed requests, reducing it down to 1 liners. But I was concerned I’d come across as a potential time waster. The platform has an amazing concept and I do understand there are external circumstances; existing workload, personal circumstances etc @helenabester and @lnova6777 I’m completely with you. God forbid the day I ignore potential buyers. There has to be a way to more efficient. I now find myself heavily invested with how I present my requests. I must be doing something wrong
  5. I’ve used Fiverr for a few months now. Coming across some really professional sellers, who deliver quality services. Whilst quickly figuring out, you get what you pay for. However I am extremely surprised with the number of times I’ve been completely ignored by sellers. Most of which have been basic tasks, nothing monumental. I spend quite a bit of time researching the offers, pricing etc. and I always follow the correct protocol, by making contact before ordering a Gig. Is there something I’m missing? Any advice, would be appreciated
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