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eliiclaire

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  1. If I’m counting all freelance platforms, about 2 to 5 a day. If I’m just doing Fiverr, then maybe once every other week because a lot of the clients on here are a bit cheap to be honest…
  2. Hello, I like your t-shirt designs a lot! It sounds like it’s a bit on the cheaper side if I’m going to be completely honest… I would research gigs with similar offerings to get a better idea of where you should price. Also, I would call the tshirt designs “Western” or “vintage” instead of trendy, so the right people find your gig.
  3. I’m glad to see that you are not doing a copy-paste request! From the looks of it, your buyer requests are a little long. I would try to make your requests shorter, so the buyer is more likely to read the request. (for example, taking out “My goal is to earn your satisfaction, and I believe that I can do it better than anyone else” because you it takes away from your qualifications discussed later).
  4. I’m really sorry, but offering academic work is against Fiverr’s Terms of Service. I’d recommend that you take it down and make a new gig before you get banned.
  5. Thank you! Also, here’s the Terms of Service for reference (contains important guidelines, so you probably want to read it): Fiverr's Terms of Service
  6. All of these are good, except for 8. You can receive a warning or even get banned for “soliciting feedback” according to Fiverr’s Terms of Service.
  7. I only have 18 badges, probably because I read on the forum more than actually interacting. Edit: not counting multiples
  8. This is an awesome idea! I don’t have any gigs up for music, but I do spend time working with it a lot, so this would be helpful. Also, I would be interested in writing content if that ever came up.
  9. I’m concerned about it too… alright, I hope it goes well!
  10. Unfortunately, there is no place to report because the Buyer Request section is trash. However, that is clearly a violation of Fiverr’s Terms of Service, along with being ethically and legally wrong. I would either take a screenshot and send it as a ticket to Customer Service or, if the buyer happens to be a seller as well, search their name in Buyer’s mode and report their account.
  11. If there wasn’t a risk of getting banned, I would probably try some of these things just for fun to be honest…
  12. This has been a big issue lately. I would recommend contacting Customer Service. Also, please blur out your email account because it could be considered sharing contact information.
  13. Welcome to the forum! I hope all goes well with your gigs and experience on Fiverr. Not to patronize, but patronizing means to embarass, which I don’t think is what you want haha Your gig seems pretty good overall. From the looks of it, you can provide diagrams in your deliveries as well, which is always a plus. However, I would recommend taking off the guarantee of delivering in a week. Someone could order several times from you at once, which forces you to write well over 500 words in a week (and Customer Service will be less likely to support you should you need to cancel without hurting your stats). Also, you mention that you will deliver the research in two days, so it seems contradictory and could cause buyers to think that you deliver late.
  14. Being active on the forum doesn’t impact your stats on your profile/gigs. In fact, it could hurt your reputation if you spam. However, if you spend time reading on the Fiverr forum, that can help you find good advice.
  15. First of all, congratulations on your reviews! You clearly provide high-quality work. To help others recognize that, I would recommend cleaning up the text in your gig descriptions. There are some grammar errors, which can be distracting and unprofessional even if you are not offering a writing gig. Would you be able to name the places where you work? That may help establish you more as well.
  16. If the work is significantly lower quality, than absolutely! However, it may take several deliveries that have this pattern before the seller is permanently banned. Here is what Fiverr’s TOS says:
  17. I’ve started to wonder that too.
  18. I understand where you’re coming from. I’m just concerned that everything will start looking the same. Each person’s service is different, so they really should create a unique image from scratch based on their services/work style (also provides a quality check, so the buyer doesn’t spend as much time having to read each description).
  19. I agree, it’s actually kind of frustrating to be honest.
  20. I’m pretty sure I haven’t? There was one time in fall 2019 when I had a lot of the symptoms of Covid though…
  21. So a few minutes ago, I got this email. Screenshot (630)915×789 199 KB The “templates” have the images and color scheme pre-assigned. The only thing you need to add is a picture of yourself and some text. I’m going to be honest, it seems like this really won’t help sellers. Along with having the whole issue of taking a while for the gig to update with each update, everyone’s gigs will probably start looking the same, especially if they aren’t familiar with customizing designs through PowerPoint. Your thoughts?
  22. The test results are helpful to those visiting your page, but they don’t increase visibility much or help attract those who just click on your gigs. For your actual gigs, you should have a written-out description rather than bulletpoints. In your description, you could mention past experience, education, projects, etc. to help the gain the clients’ trust.
  23. I’m glad it didn’t hurt your cancellation rate. Even then… that is literally child p***. I had no idea that sort of thing was legal in some places.
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