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mariowalker96

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  1. This is for those who have completed her course. 1. How did you discovered Alex Cattoni? 2. What made you take the course? 3. How long did it take for you to find clients? 4. How has the course changed your life? 5. Would you recommend it to others?
  2. To those who follow the YouTuber Alex Cattoni, who has completed her copy Posse Course?
  3. For Freelancers 1.Tell us about yourself? 2.What niches you write in? 3.How did you get into freelancing? 4.What challenges you face as a freelancer? 5.What kept you going while facing adversity? 6.Favorite client to work with? 7.Would your client mind being interviewed? For Clients 1. How did you find your freelancer? 2. What made you chose that freelancer? 3. How did your freelancer solve your problem? 4.Have you referred your freelancer to other client's? 5.How often you use your freelancer?
  4. Here's a case study I did on Youtuber and Real Estate Agent Michael Bordonaro. Give me your thoughts on this case study. P.S I know I said I would stop posting Medium links but I just find it more convenient. Give me your thoughts https://medium.com/@mariowalker904/from-a-small-town-bodyshop-worker-to-a-big-city-realator-c790fe23a527

  5. I will post my case study blogs on here to ensure I don't get in trouble posting medium content.

  6. Yeah that, but the point I'm trying to make is if you post engaging content without coming off as salesy and you are just willing to network with other people then you should attract the right people. I'm posting regularly because it's fun, it shows Fiverr that you are taking advantage of it's free platform, and it gives you easy expourse versus trying to build an audience from scratch. I live by Gary Vaynerchuck's jab, jab, jab, right hook philosophy. It's getting people to know, like and trust you. If I just post once a day you guys wouldn't pay attention to me so I post often to get attention, but I post content that's fun and engaging, without making you order a gig from me.
  7. Lol. I'm here to build community. People complain about Fiverr's sitting and waiting for a order. I'm showing that if you engage with a community be being a b.a.e (being active everyday) more people will be attracted to your business.
  8. How long did it take for you to get your first order on Fiverr?
  9. Still grinding for my first client. I won't quit.

  10. Do you think storytelling convert sales?

  11. What drew you into the profession of copywriting?
  12. Agree, even if you are good at ranking on Fiverr you still competing with top-level sellers
  13. Love reading your posts 

    1. jonbaas

      jonbaas

      Thank you. 

  14. Give me an example as a client on when a seller gave you great customer service. I'm talking so great that you became he or she reoccurring client.
  15. I agree, Fiverr isn't as easy as it looks, but I say graphic design is very oversaturated.
  16. I may get my first client soon

  17. What skillsets on Fiverr are among the most crowded? I see graphic design, blogging, and video editing has quite a bit of traffic>
  18. Intresting, Linkdien seem to be the best social media platform for freelance writers.
  19. It's not spamming when you're bringing positive engagement. The best way to engage with social media is what Garyvee talks about Jab, Jab, Right which is getting people to know, like, and trust you before trying to pitch to them. Of course Fiverr is more strict about self-promtion due to the many scammers on here. There are a few other ways of getting clients, but the best way in my opinion is creating interest in a community, get them to know you, like you, and trust you.
  20. This is a great way of finding clients since many people don't have Fiverr accounts.
  21. Do you get clients by sharing your gig on social media?
  22. Do you get clients by sharing your gig on social media?
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