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  1. Its not true. Tipping is very common in europe aswell. In restaurants, bars, clubs. When I have been tipped here on Fiverr, then it was from european clients. Generally, I think tipping is becoming exctinct. I have been talking to a bartender in sweden, where they pay everything with card. (even one beer in a pub) and he said, that since he started bartending a few years ago, the people started to give less and less tips. And by now, nobody tips at all. I think its a courtesy to do so. Its just polited and respectful to give someone who provides a service for you some extra money. Not even when it was an extraordinary service, but just the service in it self should be appreciated.
  2. https://editorial.rottentomatoes.com/gallery/24-greatest-train-movies/ 👀
  3. I noticed alot of captcha's on my device too, especially when looking through lots of gigs and being very active. Its the safest way to protect vs bots, it also applies to the forum. Its a good thing and everyone who is active as a human, not as a bot, doesnt have to fear anything. I was blocked too for a few minutes, got resolved pretty quickly.
  4. There will always be a huge difference between impressions and actual clicks or conversion rate. Impression is simply people scrolling through fiverr and your gig was somewhere on the page. Naturally alot more will be doing this than actually clicking onto your gig. Your gig ranking consists of many things and click and conversion rate are factors that most probably come into play.
  5. This thread derailed quickly. 😄 Its nooooot allowed to have two accounts. Its against the rules and Fiverr has ways to know if you its a second account or actually another person using the account.
  6. This makes absolute sense to me. Thank you for sharing the supports answer 🙂
  7. Theoretically it should be possible, because there might live more than one freelancer in your house that you share the internet connection with.
  8. you dont. You do amazing work and the buyers will review you in return. A happy customer will review you on their own behalf.
  9. Key Karen, I am a game dev here on Fiverr too. You should always order from someone with source code included and it should not be for extra money. As theratypist quoted, you completely own the project you ordere, so the seller is never allowed to reuse anything from your project or resell it etc. What you describe is a horror scenario for anyone working on a game, because they would be completely dependant on that one developer. I have two important tip for you that I have seen many clients do: Try to you use few different developers as possible over the course of your project, because many developers can turn a code base into a complete mess real quick. When you want to avoid that sellers reuse your project, always send a very stripped down version of your project that only exactly includes the parts that needs to be worked on. Another thing I have noticed is that many sellers offer very low prices. Unreasonably low prices for the amount of work that making a game takes. If you pay very little, you can basically be sure that you dont own the rights to that game, because 100 others do too. Basically you receive a copy and pasta project with parts altered. It then depends on what parts and asset of that project are actually paid for and many things more if you have a project that you really own the rights to sell. So generally, there is alot to be careful about. I think you should go in with a clear vision and budget and always try to get feedback and updates from the seller.
  10. lol Mike, you are just making a fool of yourself. You cant say I contradict myself, when you quote HALF of my sentence. 😄 Thats not how it works. To requote correctly: I. "I advice everyone to get vaccinated, when their health allows it. Not everybody should get vaccined, but thats a different story and is up to a doctor to decide." II. "I never said I have an expert medical opinion" I. and II. are not contradictary. In I. advise to be vaccined based on the recommendations of most recognized research institutes and explicitly refrain from taking this advice as medical advice, because the decision should Quote: "up to a doctor to decide". This is exactly equal to statement II. and therefore not contradictory.
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