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rakibul_pro

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  1. Amazing, wonderful…awesome small biz goes big…
  2. I had the same problem, I deleted all the gigs and opened them again 😌
  3. I’m so sorry that happened. I will gradually understand everything from where to post to how to do it. .Please pray for me. …
  4. I like what you have to say. But if I could get an order from a client for what I did or how to massage it, it would be nice to explain a little. Thank you.
  5. It’s been 9 days since I opened my account due to fever and I have received 4 messages but I have not been able to convert any order. I have a good impression of the gig, the bat click has decreased slowly and I have not received a single message in the gig. What can I order now? My advice to everyone is to give me good advice.
  6. Thank you so much for joining the Fiverr community
  7. The more you market your gig, the more active you become
  8. Stay more active and post the order at the request of the wife by the grace of Allah
  9. You have a good question. You can share your gig every day on Twitter and LinkedIn. It’s good for you.
  10. The more you market your gig, the better. You have to try to stay active with him for 15 hours a day
  11. Best of luck for the nextstrong text also pray for the new seller
  12. Let your master Keward show it more and more in your gig and in the middle.
  13. My gig has been open for 7 days now, my impressions and clicks are good, but today I don’t get any message from anyone, I do gig marketing, what can I do?
  14. Thank you so much, thank you so much for helping me
  15. I haven’t edited much, I’m just changing the category
  16. What if there is a mistake after creating the gig and I want to edit the gig and just change the category?
  17. I pray that you continue to move upwards and that you have a good and beautiful life :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:
  18. You’re right, something needs to change :thinking:
  19. I am a person who is positive about every aspect of life. There are many things I like to do, to see, and to experience. I like to read, I like to write; I like to think, I like to dream; I like to talk, I like to listen. I like to see the sunrise in the morning, I like to see the moonlight at night; I like to feel the music flowing on my face, I like to smell the wind coming from the ocean. I like to look at the clouds in the sky with a blank mind, I like to do thought experiment when I cannot sleep in the middle of the night. I like flowers in spring, rain in summer, leaves in autumn, and snow in winter. I like to sleep early, I like to get up late; I like to be alone, I like to be surrounded by people. I like country’s peace, I like metropolis’ noise; I like the beautiful west lake in Hangzhou, I like the flat cornfield in Champaign. I like delicious food and comfortable shoes; I like good books and romantic movies. I like the land and nature, I like people. And, I like to laugh.
  20. Whether you’re interested in becoming a professional web developer or you simply want to learn more about how websites work, the first thing you need to study is HTML.
  21. hello! same to you I’m from Bangladesh!
  22. Yes, why indeed? Perhaps it was in one of your dreams since you are a new user with no orders. Why do you keep posting these nonsensical things that are obviously not written by you? playing pu-bg game bro
  23. Speak louder, shout if you have to — that’s how Kristin Rice has been communicating with others, particularly while outdoors, with half of her face covered by a mask. “In a crowded area, you are shouting to be heard, to be as loud as possible while social distancing,” said the Virginia Tech freshman who plays the alto saxophone with The Marching Virginians. “It’s a struggle.” Along with other band members, Rice cut a hole in her mask in order to play her instrument. Meanwhile, Michael Dashiell, a Virginia Tech sophomore, has figured out a trick for keeping his glasses from fogging up while he’s wearing a face mask. He pushes his glasses further down on his nose so that they rest on top of his mask. Face coverings now are a part of our daily appearance. Just like people put on clothes every day to venture out in public, they don masks in an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Throughout the state and at Virginia Tech, face coverings are required indoors and outdoors when physical distancing isn’t possible. But with only the eyes and forehead showing from behind a face covering, communication is tricky. “It requires a lot more consciousness of our bodies and our eyes when we are out in public wearing a mask,” said Patricia Raun, a professor in the School of Performing Arts at Virginia Tech and director of the Center for Communicating Science. “We need to overcompensate for the most expressive part of the face.” For example, on a recent trip to a local restaurant to pick up a to-go food order, Raun said she found herself exaggerating her signals with the staff. She spoke slowly and pointed to items on the menu, all while her eyebrows were rising up and down. That’s because her mask covered her nose and mouth, forcing her to figure out how to give her order without using her typical facial expressions. “We have to slow down our speech, articulate more clearly, and use more pitch variety,” said Raun. “I have to remember that they can’t see that really effective part of my face. I have to let myself exaggerate.”
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