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elijahmuceru

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  1. I wish the seller follow this good advice right here...You can't please everyone, especially in freelancing. also there was a time I was introducing a my brother to Fiverr and I used my computer to register his account. After creating several gigs he called me to polish some of his gigs since he was in a different town. My Fiverr account was flagged that I had multiple account. My account was almost level one and I was back to drawing board.
  2. I wish the seller follow this good advice right here... You can't please everyone, especially in freelancing.
  3. So, what are we supposed to do with this kind of requests?
  4. Very well articulate.... Thank you for stating facts. I hope people follow them through. There is no shortcut to success... You have to invest in yourself and your skills.
  5. A Tip is a gift for a job well done. You ask for a tip to your buyers by delivering jobs that are above their expectations. If you deliver excellent work be sure to get a tip. Otherwise, there is no way you will compel a person to give you a tip and your job delivery is just okay. Also, even if you deliver quality job, you can't ask a person to give you a gift, that's a personal choice, they paid your dues anyway.
  6. Keep reading books and have English conversations with your friends instead of using your native language.
  7. I have noticed many sellers who are posting on buyers' requests and putting their profiles links. If you are a good seller looking to find a client on buyers' requests don't waste your valuable time on such job post or rather any link on buyers' requests that start with www.fiverr..... ..And I think Fiverr should come up with a button that will enable people to flag such posts for the sake of the platform authenticity.
  8. I usually tell them view my gig for samples, and suggest to send more upon request. Which encourages them to come to inbox.
  9. Keep doing it .. you never, your lucky day may be around the corner.
  10. Just make sure the proposal shows the client you have understood their job descriptions, and some few highlights how you help with them achieve their goals. Also make sure every proposal is unique instead of sending pre-saved ones.
  11. Keep doing it... Just make sure the proposal shows the client you have understood their job descriptions, and some few highlights how you help with them achieve their goals. Also make sure every proposal is unique instead of sending pre-saved ones.
  12. Buyers request is one of the way to get clients of Fiverr. I found some of my clients there who have turned out to be repeating buyers. There are a few mistakes that I used to do which made me do a lot of work for a very little money. I used to rush to send an offer even before reading the job instructions, and even going further by putting the price proposed by the client. Lately, I read the job descriptions until I get what the clients want. I then charge them according to the tasks I'll be doing instead of their fixed price. I prefer negotiating the price until we come to a clear understanding. I've learnt many clients prefer somebody who will be able to work on their projects compared to price. (And I'm not saying you over charge them, just ask for a fair price). Also don't ask for a fair price and deliver shoddy and unacceptable jobs. If you do that you won't stay in Fiverr for a month.
  13. Buyers request is one of the way to get clients of Fiverr. I found some of my clients there who have turned out to be repeating buyers. There are a few mistakes that I used to do which made me do a lot of work for a very little money. I used to rush to send an offer even before reading the job instructions, and even going further by putting the price proposed by the client. Lately, I read the job descriptions until I get what the clients want. I then charge them according to the tasks I'll be doing instead of their fixed price. I prefer negotiating the price until we come to a clear understanding. I've learnt many clients prefer somebody who will be able to work on their projects compared to price. (And I'm not saying you over charge them, just ask for a fair price). Also don't ask for a fair price and deliver shoddy and unacceptable jobs. If you do that you won't stay in Fiverr for a month.
  14. Very well articulated.... There are so many wonderful sellers and buyers on Fiverr. There are also rotten sellers and buyers... The collaboration require trust and respect for each other, and especially good communication. Sorry about the bad experience.
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