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enunciator

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  1. Currently got a Ryzen 7 3700X, 64 GB DDR4 RAM, and my old GTX 980 Ti still chugging along... Really need to get that upgraded to help render 4K footage, but every GPU is still too inflated for my tastes.
  2. Hey! How difficult can it be?! You are just talking into a microphone! -Famous last words before being labelled as spam.
  3. From looking through BR whenever I wanted to be dumbstruck by audacious requests, I think I can take a wild guess on the desired price and word count. ๐Ÿ˜…
  4. A teeny tiny bit late to the event, I think...
  5. Correction. It would be "What do they call people who react to their posts non-stop?" And the answer in your particular case...........would not pass the censors. ๐Ÿšจ๐Ÿš”๐Ÿ‘ฎโ€โ™‚๏ธ
  6. Just randomly asking, completely out of the blue. Any eta on when this basic forum feature will actually be active and available?
  7. It's good to know that tireless cyborgs already exist and are fulfilling the role of online freelancers. ๐Ÿค–
  8. 175 reviews in and still no order consistency! I have droughts, trickles, and floods with seemingly no rhyme or reason. I think in no small part that it is due to the type of services one offers, and not always how well established one's track record on the site is. Say, if someone offers holiday themed gigs, then obviously the off season would likely be when no major holiday is coming up. If one offers something that is consistently in demand, then the likelihood of more consistent orders is increased (but still in no way guaranteed).
  9. You only really need to be "active" enough to respond to messages and orders within a personally dependent reasonable time frame. At minimum, a seller should at least log onto their account a handful of times each month so that Fiverr doesn't automatically designate your profile as inactive.
  10. Uhh, having a bunch of random people (mostly sellers) clicking on your gigs can actually harm your gig performance stats for the Fiverr algorithm. Just letting you know. Oh, and to answer your title question, from within the next moment to never. There's no concrete average order rate for each individual seller. ๐Ÿคทโ€โ™‚๏ธ
  11. I'm sure family-run Fiverr accounts is a thing. If one member passes away, it seems entirely plausible that the other members can continue on with the account if the services are the same/similar. ๐Ÿค”
  12. You'd be surprised, but that is an entirely different topic of discussion!
  13. ๐Ÿ˜ฌ OooooOOOOH! I'vvvve cooome baaaack frooom beeeyoooond the graaaave to toiiil awaaaay answerrring quessstions on a foooorum! OoooOOOH! ๐Ÿ‘ป
  14. This IS an odd post, and I think I answered your question by directly referencing a successful seller's profile who has indeed passed away.
  15. What a very odd question! If a man dies then what will be his or her Fiverr account? Uhh. ๐Ÿคจ The account likely either is set inactive by a friend or family member, or the account gets placed on indefinite hold for not responding to orders, messages, and for general inactivity. Unfortunately, there's at least one successful account I can directly reference. Activerog was a successful 'memey' Australian spokesperson who passed away. His account is still present on Fiverr and his gigs are not visible on his profile but can still be found via internet search, but on top of his gigs is a disclaimer stating:
  16. The thing is, there are already a number of buyers who mistakenly believe a Level One seller is higher/more prestigious than a Level Two seller (thinking that being number one is better than being number 2). If adding a Level 3, there probably will be buyers who think that is worse than being a one or two. I'm not a fan of calling sellers Bronze, Silver, Gold, or Platinum rated (as I find it a bit tacky), but that would definitely cut the possibility of confusion.
  17. It's a popular paraphrase from Bogart's "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre.'
  18. Thanks...I guess? I don't do social media and I don't do the paid gig promotions. (I was merely addressing your question.)
  19. Performing better on your next order will improve it. If social media results in you getting another order, then yes if you complete the order well and on time. If social media results in nothing, then obviously no.
  20. That sounds like a foreboding prophecy of failure. ๐Ÿคจ
  21. It's a common interface bug. Don't stress over it. Ehh. But that might affect your gig visibility. Fiverr keeps track of seller performance, and delivering on time is definitely a factor.
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