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  1. Hello @mubashirburfat Welcome to Fiverr and the community. We are happy to have you here with us. This is absolutely normal and part of freelancing. When you are new, sales will be uneven. Some days, you will have so much work that you will find it difficult to cope up with, and some days you won’t have work for a few days straight to maybe a week. As you gain experience and work with clients, sales will stabilize as you will have repeat clients. If you not already, I highly recommend that you watch this great free course by Fiverr teaching how to freelance on Fiverr: learn.fiverr.com/courses/online-freelancing-essentials-be-a-successful-fiverr-seller Additionally, I will also recommend you that you spend time in this community, it’s a great place to interact and learn from fellow sellers. Thanks and regards, Shashant
  2. Hello @soniabristy Welcome to Fiverr and the community. We are glad to have you onboard. If you have not already, I highly recommend that you watch this great free course by Fiverr team teaching how to freelance on Fiverr: learn.fiverr.com/courses/online-freelancing-essentials-be-a-successful-fiverr-seller I had a look at your gigs, they are in a category that is already full of competition. For instance, logo design is offered by 100,000+ sellers, so chances of you being are very less. Here is a post that I recently wrote on what to do if your skillset is very competitive on Fiverr. Read it here: Become a blacksmith of your success - #2 by peaksolve Additionally, I will recommend that you spend time in this community. It’s a great place to interact and learn from fellow sellers. Thanks and regards, Shashant
  3. Hello @emeralddesigns9 Welcome to Fiverr and the community. We are happy to have you here with us. When a client places a order, you’ll get an notification in app/website along with an email. This confirms that client has paid, and you can get started on the project. Once you deliver the work, the client can accept the delivery and the funds will be released to your account. If they don’t accept the delivery, the order will be automatically completed 3 days from the delivery time and funds will be released to you. In case a clients requests a revision, you have to deliver modified work and the same process starts again. Either they accept the delivery, or it will be automatically completed within 3 days. If you have not already, I would recommend you watching this great free course by Fiverr team teaching how to freelance on Fiverr: Learn how to Successfully Freelance on Fiverr Additionally, I would recommend that you spend time in this community, its a great place to interact and learn from fellow sellers. Thanks and regards, Shashant
  4. Hello @gfxtariqul7 I’m sorry to hear about your situation and would like to help by sharing some insights. Have you watched the great free course put up by the Fiverr team showing how to be successful on Fiverr, if not then I highly recommend you watch it: Learn how to Successfully Freelance on Fiverr For ranking your gig, a fellow seller has posted great strategies which you can read here: Welcome to "Fiverr 3.0"! The #1 reason why people don’t succeed on this platform is that they offer a service that is already full of competition. For e.g. Logo design. Is your gig for a service that already has a lot of competition? In that case, chances of you being seen are very less. This is a story of my friend which I recently shared, it should help you a lot if competition is a issue for your gig: Become a blacksmith of your success - #2 by peaksolve When I was getting started, I set up the initial price of my service as $10 and offered value which was a lot more i.e. over-delivering until I had about 15-20 reviews. Then I was able to increase my price with no negative impact on sales, they grew gradually all the time. Being kind and communicative with buyers also helps. Additionally, I would recommend that you spend time in this community. It’s a great place to interact and learn from fellow sellers. Thanks and regards, Shashant
  5. Hi @irfabatool I’m sorry to hear about this and would like to share some insights. Can you open an incognito tab and enter in the buyer’s profile URL. For e.g. if the username is ABC, then the URL will be Fiverr.com/ABC If you are able to see the buyer’s profile, then it has not been deactivated. It is just that you are not able to contact the buyer because of what all happened. The Fiverr team should definitely help you in this case. Can you ask them what software or website they used to judge that the content was plagiarised when the buyer complained to them. That way, you can get a report from that particular software and send them to verify. Please keep us updated in this matter. Thanks and regards, Shashant
  6. Hello @fahim2954 Welcome to Fiverr and the community. We are happy to have you here with us. The amazing team at Fiverr have put up this great free course for new sellers, I highly recommend you watch it: Learn how to Successfully Freelance on Fiverr Additionally, I would suggest that you spend time in this community. It’s a great place to learn and interact with fellow sellers. Thanks and regards, Shashant
  7. Hello @janepixel Welcome to Fiverr and the community. We are happy to have you here with us. Here is a great article for best practices for new sellers: Fiverr Help and Education Center The amazing team at Fiverr have put this great free course for new sellers, I highly recommend you watch it:Learn how to Successfully Freelance on Fiverr Additionally, spend time in this community. You will learn great strategies to implement in your business. Thanks and regards, Team Peaksolve
  8. Hello @glastudios A similar incident happened with my friend who sells Web and Mobile Programming services here on Fiverr. The order was delivered on time and according to the buyer requirements but the client was a little unsatisfied for no reason and wrote a negative review. A week after, a chargeback was filed by the buyer’s bank and Fiverr cancelled the order. The buyer’s review was also removed automatically. When my buddy reached out to support they stated the same thing that work wasn’t delivered as agreed but that’s incorrect. So maybe this is a loophole and some buyers take advantage of it. They place a order, get the delivery and file for a refund from their bank and eventually get their money back. I believe, we should move on and let karma do the work. These instances are rare but they do occur. Thanks and regards, Shashant
  9. Hello @omar016408 If you’re getting impressions and clicks but no orders, then you gig has a conversion issue. Meaning that buyers click on your gig but after seeing your images/description or packages, they don’t message or place an order. I had a look at your gig but I’m not technical enough to understand it. My recommendation is that you have a look at your competitors listings and model what is working for them. Maybe you can write a simpler description that helps potential buyers understand what is being offered. Thanks and regards, Shashant
  10. Hello @ahmad_khan It’s great to know that you’re learning more skills. This is crucial to growing your freelance business. Creating more gigs in a category would have no effect on your currently ranked gigs. This only benefits you with cross-gig traffic meaning that a client who orders a WordPress website with you might happen to check your profile and when they see that you also offer React JS services, they may place a order for them too. Thanks and regards, Shashant
  11. Hello @lazybot This is highly unlikely and has never happened with me or any of the sellers I know. If Fiverr systems suspect a message as spam, it might not show up in your inbox and would be automatically put in the spam folder. With this client, what might have happened is that the message would have been suspected as spam and was put to spam folder automatically but it was later removed so it shows in your inbox. Nothing to worry about, these type of occurrences are very rare. Regards, Shashant
  12. Hello @ghostshem Welcome to Fiverr and the community. We are glad to have you on board. I has a look at your profile and your gigs are priced at a premium. I recommend that you start at a lower price and gain some reviews after which you can increase your price. Think as a buyer yourself, would you pay someone $450 for a website who has not social proof, i.e. reviews. The amazing team at Fiverr have put up this great free course for new sellers, I highly recommend you watch it: Learn how to Successfully Freelance on Fiverr Additionally, I will also recommend that you spend time in this community and learn from thoughts and wisdom shared by fellow sellers. For any business to succeed, it takes time. If you are consistent and focused with your efforts, you’ll make it. Thanks and regards, Shashant
  13. Hello @tenebres_telrei Thanks for sharing your thoughts, they will help a lot of people. You have emphasized on research and that’s very crucial. If you enter a category that is full of competition, for e.g. graphic design, then chances of you being seen are very less. But they are many sub-categories in graphic design where you can get noticed. I’ll share a story of my friend. He is a graphic designer and wanted to get started with Fiverr. Now, he was able to design logos, postcards etc. He did some research and found that the logo category already has 100,000+ sellers so there is no point in entering it. He knew how to design postcards, so he researched a bit and found out a service that was fairly new at that time. It was designing ‘Thank you cards’ for Amazon sellers. It is basically a postcard that goes inside a product packaging and thanks the buyer for the purchase and asks them for a review. He targeted the keyword ‘amazon thank you card’, and since there was little to no competition, his service was an instant success. Today, he has become a top player in this niche. So, the point is that if your skillset is already full of competition on Fiverr, it does not mean end of the road. There are many sub-categories which have high demand but low competition - it’s just a matter of research. Thanks and regards, Shashant
  14. Hi @liminalspaces Welcome to Fiverr and the community. We are glad to have you here with us. I had a look at your profile and your gigs are priced at a premium. I recommend that you start at a lower price and gather some reviews after which you can increase your price. Think as a buyer yourself, will you pay $500 to someone for an e-book who has no reviews at all? Additionally, the amazing team at Fiverr have put a great free course for new sellers, I highly recommend you watch it: Learn how to Successfully Freelance on Fiverr Interact in this community, ask questions and have lots of fun. Regards, Shashant
  15. Hello @mhshayan Welcome to Fiverr and the community. We are glad to have you onboard. Keep up the excitement. This is really needed. The amazing team at Fiverr have put a great free course for new sellers, I highly suggest you watch it: Learn how to Successfully Freelance on Fiverr Interact in this community, ask lot of questions and have lots of fun. Regards, Shashant
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