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  1. How to Rank your fiverr gig 1.keyword 2.Response Rate 3.Feedback Positive 4.WorkDone on time 5.Seroiusness on fiverr 6.Fiverr promote newbee 7.Quantity
  2. Hello Community, First of all, I would like to say thank you to all those buyers who actually give a chance to new sellers like me. Secondly, today I would like to share with you how to spot potentiality in a new seller. As you already know, it’s difficult to know how good is the seller without a review. So new sellers really struggle a lot, not only for making the first sale but also to get more sales after the first sale. Lastly, without any further ado, here are the tips: The gig description: You may have seen this over and over again, and you know that a new seller serious about his business will take the time to write an appropriate description. A poor description, or a copy-paste is a sign that the seller only cares about your money and nothing more. The FAQ: New sellers have probably nobody asking them any question. But that does not mean FAQ should be blank. Generally, new sellers would go through the gigs of their related-field TRS. So they would read the FAQ and get an idea of what buyers are looking for. They would then try to gain the buyer’s trust by providing well-crafted answers related to FAQs. The gig Images and Videos: This is the most powerful asset for a new seller, so you can be sure they will try to use it to its fullest potential. Personally, I am still working on it (since the design process is not easy task). What I mean is you will experience improvements in the gig images. It is said that videos are selling more that static images. One good reason about it is that videos ARE investment (either be it in terms of time or energy or money). And videos pass through a ~24h verification process before coming live. So you can be sure that the Fiverr team has reviewed it before approving it. The seller’s profile: Most sellers that I went through have a copy-paste like type of description. Not to name anyone but you may encounter somthing like “hello, i am a *** with *** years of experience”. I mean, yes, describing how long has one been in the field is important, but there are many ways to make it original. Additionally, an original description of a seller is a sign that there is creativity, and therefore potential. The QUALITY of the gigs: As written above, description and FAQs are essentials, but the overall quality of the gig is also important. A premium package featuring less items than a basic package can be a sign of a scam. But it can also mean that the seller is did not adapt to the platform yet. So you should see some adjustments in the gig after some time. New sellers often rely on the quantity of the gigs to get more ranking and exposure. But be aware that one well-crafted service is worth more than 7 poorly-crafted “I will make money as fast as I can” gigs. The forum: Many new sellers are joining the forum. But I think it’s just for the sake of it. In fact, few sellers would really get interested in a discussion or create a quality content. Many would promote their gigs and think that sales are going to boost right away. But, being active on the forum is not a 100% sure metric for spotting potential in new sellers, but it can, depending on how you would rate the posts and comments of that particular seller (some personality traits of the seller could be taken in account). However, you would see professionalism and courtesy in their posts and comments. That said, I would like to highlight some metrics that could be misleading in concluding if a new sellers has potential or not. Let’s clarify this, those metrics can be used to consider a new seller, but it is more on a subjective way: The response time: Most buyers may be tempted to forget about a seller if he or she replies late. But let me tell you that a new seller may still be busy somewhere else. For exemple, he/she has a job, or he/she is still a student, etc… The response time is not set yet for a seller who has nothing in his inbox so you may feel concerned about the response time. Take it as like you with social media and emails. You may take time to reply all your messages, but that does not necessarily mean that you are not serious or unprofessional. The promotions: A lot of new sellers would promote their gigs. For example during this Xmas and New Year period. Promotions are made to generate more sales in a relatively small time period. So generally, poor quality work would do a lot of promotions to get more attention. I do not say that promotion itself is bad. But I do say that for a buyer, a promotion from a new seller is not a reliable metric to judge if the seller is good or not. The offers related to buyers request: A well-crafted offer is a good sign, always. Because it shows that the seller have actually read your request and tailored his answer for you. But that does not make the offer a metric to rate the competence of a seller. Always make sure to go through the description of the gig and the seller profile. I hope this helps you in finding the new sellers out there who have so much to give to you. If that is the case, please like this post. If there is anything you would like to comment on in what I said, please post it below, I would be glad to hear your thoughts. Thank you for reading until the end 😊
  3. Hello Community, First of all, I would like to say thank you to all those buyers who actually give a chance to new sellers like me. Secondly, today I would like to share with you how to spot potentiality in a new seller. As you already know, it’s difficult to know how good is the seller without a review. So new sellers really struggle a lot, not only for making the first sale but also to get more sales after the first sale. Lastly, without any further ado, here are the tips: The gig description: You may have seen this over and over again, and you know that a new seller serious about his business will take the time to write an appropriate description. A poor description, or a copy-paste is a sign that the seller only cares about your money and nothing more. The FAQ: New sellers have probably nobody asking them any question. But that does not mean FAQ should be blank. Generally, new sellers would go through the gigs of their related-field TRS. So they would read the FAQ and get an idea of what buyers are looking for. They would then try to gain the buyer’s trust by providing well-crafted answers related to FAQs. The gig Images and Videos: This is the most powerful asset for a new seller, so you can be sure they will try to use it to its fullest potential. Personally, I am still working on it (since the design process is not easy task). What I mean is you will experience improvements in the gig images. It is said that videos are selling more that static images. One good reason about it is that videos ARE investment (either be it in terms of time or energy or money). And videos pass through a ~24h verification process before coming live. So you can be sure that the Fiverr team has reviewed it before approving it. The seller’s profile: Most sellers that I went through have a copy-paste like type of description. Not to name anyone but you may encounter somthing like “hello, i am a *** with *** years of experience”. I mean, yes, describing how long has one been in the field is important, but there are many ways to make it original. Additionally, an original description of a seller is a sign that there is creativity, and therefore potential. The QUALITY of the gigs: As written above, description and FAQs are essentials, but the overall quality of the gig is also important. A premium package featuring less items than a basic package can be a sign of a scam. But it can also mean that the seller is did not adapt to the platform yet. So you should see some adjustments in the gig after some time. New sellers often rely on the quantity of the gigs to get more ranking and exposure. But be aware that one well-crafted service is worth more than 7 poorly-crafted “I will make money as fast as I can” gigs. The forum: Many new sellers are joining the forum. But I think it’s just for the sake of it. In fact, few sellers would really get interested in a discussion or create a quality content. Many would promote their gigs and think that sales are going to boost right away. But, being active on the forum is not a 100% sure metric for spotting potential in new sellers, but it can, depending on how you would rate the posts and comments of that particular seller (some personality traits of the seller could be taken in account). However, you would see professionalism and courtesy in their posts and comments. That said, I would like to highlight some metrics that could be misleading in concluding if a new sellers has potential or not. Let’s clarify this, those metrics can be used to consider a new seller, but it is more on a subjective way: The response time: Most buyers may be tempted to forget about a seller if he or she replies late. But let me tell you that a new seller may still be busy somewhere else. For exemple, he/she has a job, or he/she is still a student, etc… The response time is not set yet for a seller who has nothing in his inbox so you may feel concerned about the response time. Take it as like you with social media and emails. You may take time to reply all your messages, but that does not necessarily mean that you are not serious or unprofessional. The promotions: A lot of new sellers would promote their gigs. For example during this Xmas and New Year period. Promotions are made to generate more sales in a relatively small time period. So generally, poor quality work would do a lot of promotions to get more attention. I do not say that promotion itself is bad. But I do say that for a buyer, a promotion from a new seller is not a reliable metric to judge if the seller is good or not. The offers related to buyers request: A well-crafted offer is a good sign, always. Because it shows that the seller have actually read your request and tailored his answer for you. But that does not make the offer a metric to rate the competence of a seller. Always make sure to go through the description of the gig and the seller profile. I hope this helps you in finding the new sellers out there who have so much to give to you. If that is the case, please like this post. If there is anything you would like to comment on in what I said, please post it below, I would be glad to hear your thoughts. Thank you for reading until the end ...........(copy)
  4. buyer requirements don't full fell in, He wants more and more, he ordered me to give name2 email, I will provide, he received that, but after few days he talks he doesn't found that, and refund his money, he has a fake buyer, and also he has more bad reviews his profile, he give me same. he misuse his author.
  5. what is Fiverr Affiliates ???
  6. Hi i am ahmed. long time i don't get Oder.
  7. 4. Send samples: Though this point was supposed to be the first, it is important to note that just as your portfolio is important in helping you seal that deal, it is also relevant in helping you stay out of trouble. If you think a client isn't so satisfied with your communication, it is best to share your samples with them. And if you are a writer like myself; in situations when you've not written on a particular niche, trend or topic, ask them politely if you can write a 200-250 words sample so they see your writing style and check if you are a preferred seller for their project. most important
  8. I am inspired by your gig, my sir also show your profile and learned us.
  9. How to find a bad buyer ??? As a new seller very bad effect to Fiverr profile for the bad buyer review, fixed Budget then more and more demand work. they cannot satisfy anymore. as a result of a bad review.
  10. I am new too, I also fight to buyer satisfaction, and more Oder to my gig, some corrupted people intentionally give me a bad review, day to night I can improve myself more and more, I learn every single moment.
  11. I pointed out in a response to another thread you made about a seller asking you to create an edu email that it was more than likely an illegal service that you are offering. Then I looked online and found that indeed is illegal. I would advise you not make this kind of emails for any other buyer from now on. If I were you I would also hope Customer Service does not find out that you provided such a service or you could be banned! 😱 the first time he requests me, then ensures me he is a student. but anyhow he lost his id. I thought I help them. but now he dem me.
  12. buyer requirements don’t full fell in, He wants more and more, he ordered me to give name2 email, I will provide, he received that, but after few days he talks he doesn’t found that, and refund his money, he has a fake buyer, and also he has more bad reviews his profile, he give me same. he misuse his author.
  13. its effect to my Fiverr profile . i can’t sent buyer request .why he do this?
  14. The above is what the buyer said in their review. There is nothing you can do except reply to the review. 1st time he use email , suddenly he talk he does not use this, and it is useless emails. what is my fault , i again check that but i can loge in. coz he al ready change password and details .
  15. intentionally a buyer give me bad review , he has work with me after want to refund his money back , he use the mail after few days lathers ,he talk he don’t found that… we are agree this work to create a name 2 edu email , i will do compilate that but intentionally give me bad review , what can i do???
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