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  1. Hi! I think everyone has a non-virtual motivation, and we can be more than motivated by getting many orders. Do you have a playlist, book or people that excite you? Looking at bohemian interior designs motivates me these days. I know it's weird, but I believe the work environment has an impact on psychology. Imagining myself in places where I would enjoy working motivates me. Also, I would like to leave one of my favorite words here, ¨Live to impress yourself. Not others.¨ I can't wait to hear your thoughts 👩‍💻
  2. Yes! There are even customers that I turn down when I receive so many orders. But everything changes all of a sudden and I don't get any orders. I don't know if this is about Fiverr's algorithm or performance, but you have to be patient and wait. I hope things work out! 🤞
  3. I have 1 gig and i have been using it actively for 1.5 years. I will create another one when its ready. But this information can change according to the services you provide. I draw characters and 1 gig is enough for it. Some guy with social media management might need individual gigs for per social media platform they can work on. Cover photos and gallery pictures are the second most important thing. You are correct about that. Making a collage out of many work you have done is a good way of showing many works at once. Just be careful to not look overwhelming. If you dont have a big social media pressence, its almost useless to share your gig on platforms. Who are you going to show it to? Your friends and familty? The car factory you are following? That is most likely be useless. However you can find someone with a lot of followers to do that for youç Showing some expertise is always a good idea. Nobody is great at everything, so presenting yourself as “i can do everything” is not believable. However some people would like to see some decoration. I dont think there is one true way for this. But surely, update your gig from time to time. In addition to this; This also affects how professional you look. Altough 5 dollars might be an amazing income in some countries, i would not stay as “i can sacrifice my firstborn for 5 dollars” No. Being reasonable with prices are important too. Cheaper is not always better. I havent have an experience like this, but outside of fiverr you can always, ALWAYS learn how to progress your business in fiverr by taking courses online and get better at the service you provide here. You can go on the internet and find many videos to improve yourself. This is very important and only way to crawl out of the hellish “new seller” curse Yes, you are right! There is a lot to know to be a good seller. Thank you for the edits and additions.
  4. I don’t think this system has a perfect algorithm. You may encounter all kinds of difficulties as long as you work with a project based freelencer. I think it would be correct to determine the internal ranks before hiring as an agency. The people who supervise the design and coordinate the freelencer should be different from each other. I do not know if I could express myself correctly, but there was an agency that I worked in this way and they were definitely competent people. In short, to create an efficient team, first of all, freelencers should be categorized according to the works that have potential. In this, there should be at least 3 people in the management group who train, supervise and approve.
  5. Why not. But keep in mind that there is a very short time for a customer to get an idea of ​​the logo. Making your work more uncertain can cause you to miss opportunities.
  6. This depends on which category you serve. It took 2 months for me. It may be more or less according to your potential.
  7. AT LEAST 3 AGENCIES! It’s THAT hard, Ha! I think the price depends on your range and the number of works you get, yes.
  8. This kind of situations really annoys me. Partially, you present most of the work to the client at the very beginning and they have the right to use them without payment. So it seems like we just have to deliver them hoping not to be scammed and believing their promises?? i don’t know…
  9. During my time on the platform, I realized that experienced sellers never used the concept of full time freelencer. I think the reason for this is that if you do not have at least 3 companies or agencies that you have agreed on a project basis, you can never spend a month without risk. I think these two questions complement each other and answer themselves. Those with reputation are reaching a larger ad network, and that is a reason for them to become ¨full-time freelencer¨.
  10. If you upload a completely unrelated file, the customer must mark it as the last revision and this will be a systemic problem. Unlimited revision may seem to prevent this. If you think a customer is abusing this, you can report themselves or show your authority at the beginning of the conversation.
  11. I think it is most important to be active within the site. I’m not just talking about being online. To use all advertising resources and to make the continuous gigs organized and impressive at first glance. Customers want to see what you claim in the title on the cover. At the same time, add potential buyers to your social life. Try to make redirects to Fiverr on different platforms. Do not forget that people who will buy services from you with just a few information as you wish may also be affected by the work of other people. You have to highlight what makes you different.
  12. You can make new gig adjustments or increase your gig count.
  13. May I know which bank transfer method you use for withdrawing money?
  14. For 6 months, I have been trying to get customers on fiverr through a popular category. I think it was the beginning of the year and I was very close to giving up. This is not an article I will tell about my own success story. Because I still haven’t achieved my goal. But I can talk about the constant customers I have right now and how I maintain regular flow. This may sound strange, but you should never say “yes that’s enough” for your works. Be open to improvement. But at some point you have to find yourself adequate and trust what you do. Charge a fair price for your work, no matter how much you need it. If you’re good and you know that, a $5 can make you look different in the eyes of your client. If you are not confident enough and set a high price, this will put pressure on you. Whatever job you do, follow the trends. This will always make you look more innovative. Be humble and be true to yourself. Just being online won’t make you different from others. Sometimes you can use your energy to be quality and turn it into something physical. It’s not all about tricks.
  15. Some of us say they work full time, but I wonder how this is really possible. Is a regular customer enough to make a profit for the whole month? I hope long time users answer my questions and give tips. Thank you.
  16. It depends on what category your works is in. If you are doing in popular categories such as logos, if you are lucky and you are confident in your work, you will get customer in 3 months.
  17. It’s too early to say that everything I’ve experienced is true yet. But there are some experiences, Perhaps it would be enough to add a few gigs of really good quality instead of adding many similar gigs. As long-term designers say, the cover photo is important. But another important thing is the fit of the profile. If a photo you chose for your profile photo looks complex or sarcastic, the customer will not find it professional. This is exactly an advice that is equivalent to experience. Your advertisement on social media may not be bringing the potential buyer. But it definitely brings you interactivity. No matter what works you sell, be minimal or maximalist. It is a mess between the two and brings out-of-date works. Pricing is so important that I want to draw attention to this. Be sincere to your work and pricing honestly. My advice is to use a 3-pack and organize wisely. Leaving the customer indecisive between categories indicates that you priced correctly. Because sometimes he/she may find the secondary package more profitable instead of making an additional fee. It’s up to you! Although this is an off-platform activity I’m going to say, read books that teach you patience and stability. I read this book whenever I am in despair (napoleon hill think and grow rich) I’m sure there are people who find some things I say strategic and avoid sharing them with others. But the reason I shared this post is because I have a busy week at the end of my entire wait. Maybe 1 month ago I was wandering around the forum desperately and thinking about what I could change. Sometimes I came across advice or misdirection that I thought was ridiculous. But these are my sincere advice. Thank you!
  18. Hi! Welcome to Fiverr Community 🐣 There are some tips, but all I can tell you is to be patient. If you are lucky and talented, you will receive your first order soon.
  19. As far as I’ve heard, when you edit your work, you don’t appear on the main page for a while.
  20. I think depending on your work, you may be appealing to a different age group or a specific community. And sometimes it is not enough just to advertise in your own social circle. Although it is an important for impressions and clicks, but it doesn’t really deliver enough to the real customer. I want to know what you think about it.
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