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  1. Hello everyone,

    I have a good news to share that I have hit the level 1 milestone.I am very happy but at the same time I have question that I didn't get gig promotion option.I have a gig that has 21 reviews but stiil didn't get that option.Can any one kindly tell me when the option will be open for me?

    [N;B; I got level 1 yesterday]

    Thanks to everyone in advance

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  2. Hello everyone,

    I have a good news to share that I have hit the level 1 milestone.I am very happy but at the same time I have question that I didn't get gig promotion option.I have a gig that has 21 reviews but stiil didn't get that option.Can any one kindly tell me when the option will be open for me?

    [N;B; I got level 1 yesterday]

    Thanks to everyone in advance

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  3. 6 hours ago, enunciator said:

    It's difficult to create or update a gig completely right in one go. Finding little things to change and adjust is very common.

    While constantly modifying one's gigs definitely can temporarily hinder one's visibility in the algorithm, leaving errors or outdated info on a gig page is far from desirable as well.

    I agree with you at this point.

  4. On 6/24/2021 at 4:39 PM, thewritingbuff said:

    While the forum was in read-only mode, I made my first $100 on Fiverr. I have been elated ever since I reached this milestone 😁

    That's great....Nice to here that. Now the competition is getting stronger and harder.😁

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  5. On 5/15/2021 at 10:25 PM, gina_riley2 said:

    It boggles my mind when I see buyers come onto this forum to complain about a seller, when clearly it was their (client) fault.

    When I check the gig the seller is offering, it is something that is way below market value, has atrocious writing skills, items in portfolio are unmistakenly stolen, or the profile picture is a celebrity model. 😑

    I don’t have time to scroll thru bunch of “good job” reviews, but I do take the time to read thru the gig description and such. Yes, I have been duped even though I am careful but as harsh as this may sound, 75% of the time, it’s the buyers fault.

    A simple inbox message could have solved their issue. Because they live in a fantasy la la land, they pay someone $5 or $10 to do work, they know in the real world should be at least $100 or more.

    Expecting a unique logo for $20 then surprised that it was stolen after they’ve printed flyers, :woman_facepalming:t2:.

    They say it takes money to make money. If you are a serious buyer or a small business owner, do yourself a favor, set aside at least $100 to experiment.

    Buy a bunch of $5 gigs for $7.27 to see how well you mesh with the seller during the process, to see what the procedures are here, and finally what the end product looks like.

    ** NEVER ** buy from a seller that has a short gig or profile description. It’s short for a reason.

    A seller doesn’t have to be proficient in English to be legit as long as they don’t offer writing gigs. An artist that cares, will take the time to hire someone to write them a great gig.

    My suggestion, if you hired a seller without communication, with a short & poorly written description for $10, you are getting your just deserved payback.

    Don’t expect freelancer to give you samples for a $10 project you are going to buy. Time is money, so if you have a large project, pay the measly $5 to get a sample.

    It will be well worth the time, money and headache you saved yourself.

    Finally, stop complaining about bad sellers, when it’s your fault. All freelance platforms have doozies and this one is no different. Pouting and saying you won’t ever buy here again is childish. There are great sellers here who offer top notch, professional work. You just have to find them.

     

    On 5/15/2021 at 10:25 PM, gina_riley2 said:

    It boggles my mind when I see buyers come onto this forum to complain about a seller, when clearly it was their (client) fault.

    When I check the gig the seller is offering, it is something that is way below market value, has atrocious writing skills, items in portfolio are unmistakenly stolen, or the profile picture is a celebrity model. 😑

    I don’t have time to scroll thru bunch of “good job” reviews, but I do take the time to read thru the gig description and such. Yes, I have been duped even though I am careful but as harsh as this may sound, 75% of the time, it’s the buyers fault.

    A simple inbox message could have solved their issue. Because they live in a fantasy la la land, they pay someone $5 or $10 to do work, they know in the real world should be at least $100 or more.

    Expecting a unique logo for $20 then surprised that it was stolen after they’ve printed flyers, :woman_facepalming:t2:.

    They say it takes money to make money. If you are a serious buyer or a small business owner, do yourself a favor, set aside at least $100 to experiment.

    Buy a bunch of $5 gigs for $7.27 to see how well you mesh with the seller during the process, to see what the procedures are here, and finally what the end product looks like.

    ** NEVER ** buy from a seller that has a short gig or profile description. It’s short for a reason.

    A seller doesn’t have to be proficient in English to be legit as long as they don’t offer writing gigs. An artist that cares, will take the time to hire someone to write them a great gig.

    My suggestion, if you hired a seller without communication, with a short & poorly written description for $10, you are getting your just deserved payback.

    Don’t expect freelancer to give you samples for a $10 project you are going to buy. Time is money, so if you have a large project, pay the measly $5 to get a sample.

    It will be well worth the time, money and headache you saved yourself.

    Finally, stop complaining about bad sellers, when it’s your fault. All freelance platforms have doozies and this one is no different. Pouting and saying you won’t ever buy here again is childish. There are great sellers here who offer top notch, professional work. You just have to find them.

    I absolutely agree with you.Sometimes the buyers come  and message for some samples.After getting that samples they just go away without saying anything.

    So disappointing. 

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  6. Hi beautiful people,
    Today I want to share my current status in Fiverr.I would like to announce that soon I will reach my first milestone in Fiverr.Please pray for me.
    Initially I thought that everything is very easy.I will open my window and will work for all day long.But the true fact is I have to wait for 5 months to get my first order.
    My greatest joy was that the buyer was so kind and supportive.He guide me and at the end just love me work.Also I get a tip of 20$.And now I am here.Walking towards LEVEL ONE BADGE.It means nothing is easy to get , if you do not adhere to it.

    So all I want to say is keeping patients is hard but hard things are the key steps towards the huge success. Never give up. Just Go for it.

    Regards,
    FLORENCE

     

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  7. 2 hours ago, katakatica said:

     

    I'm on vacation and only online when I'm not at the pool (taking my laptop there would be taking it a step too far...) - I'm still getting orders. A TINY bit slower than normal (but that's because for another reason VERY unrelated to this from what I understand. 

    Being online has a very small impact on getting orders (SOME people search for sellers who are online, but that's all. That alone (and SEO) won't provide you with orders. Imagine: there is a HUGR amount of people who have "SEO-perfect" gigs (and are online for countless hours.) There needs to be something else that chooses them to be on the front page/etc. - otherwise it'd be 1. unfair 2. impossible. 

    Actually there are many ways to get the top.I just said only two ways.If it may work.

  8. On 1/16/2021 at 3:24 PM, vibronx said:

    I was sleeping in today when I was woken up by the recognizable Fiverr email notification from my phone. “What is it now? It is Saturday morning…” I mumbled to myself before stumbling out of bed to check my phone. The words “Congratulations! You’re a Top Rated Seller!” were blasted over the screen as I unlocked it. I gasped. “What? That can’t be true…” I checked my profile. Sure enough. The badge was there. I ran to my girlfriend to show her, but she is doing a group project for her class on Zoom, so now I am here making a bragging thread.

    I have been selling on Fiverr since mid-May 2018, having started on here as a buyer in December 2016. For the first 12-15 months of selling, I was more concentrated on other projects and still in school, so I probably used “Out of Office” mode twenty times. I became a Level 2 seller on August 15, 2019, and it is only during 2020 that I have really started to earn a lot here. I got nominated for Top Rated Seller for the first time in November, so I got the badge on my third try. In fact, I never thought I was going to get the badge. Fiverr had never chosen me for anything. Never a Rising Talent badge and never a Fiverr’s Choice badge before the beginning of this month. I thought they would never choose me due to the fact that I have blocked 161 people on Fiverr (yes, I have counted - more than 100 of them happened during one month, though, where I was being targeted by spammers).

    I think it is customary to give tips during a self-congratulatory post, so I will just say that the thing that has helped me the most is to study marketing techniques, read the forum and listen to the successful people here, do your own research, and think before you speak. However, I will also copy a list of tips I gave in another thread:

    • Study effective marketing techniques - “Principles of Marketing” by Phillip Kotler and Gary Armstrong is a good place to start
    • Learn effective business communication - “Excellence in Business Communication” by John V. Thill is a good place to start.
    • Read Fiverr’s Terms of Service and the Community Standards carefully.
    • Use common sense.
    • Think before you speak.
    • Follow this Bible verse (you don’t have to be Christian - it is just generally good advice): “Let every person be quick to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger.”
    • Trust your gut. Do not work with a buyer if something seems fishy. And, if something seems too good to be true, it most likely is.
    • Know your boundaries and put your foot down when you need to.
    • Continue reading and learning every day.
    • Work hard.
    • Never cut corners.
    • Lift weights, do cardio.
    • Eat healthy and count your calories.
    • Meditate.
    • Take cold showers.
    • Do not get addicted to anything.
    • Never misrepresent yourself. Make sure you can actually complete your offering to a professional standard and be honest about what you can do.
    • Make sure to take breaks. Taking your weekends or at least Sunday off is healthy. Spend time doing things you enjoy and spend time with your family and friends.
    • Study your competitors. Make sure your gigs stand out and adjust them if needed. Never rest on your laurels.
    • Learn to accept and apply criticism.
    • Use sunscreen.

    I am just overjoyed! Gonna be some partying tonight!

    Congratulations.I am Happy for you.Wish you luck.Pray for my success.🙂

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  9. On 5/7/2021 at 9:26 PM, vivi123 said:

    Hello all the world !!
    What things are you making to prevent the covid ?
    I read aout do sport frequently could be very good to dont get the virus…
    Have a nice weekend people !!! greetings from @vivi123

    Using Mask and Sanitizer and worship to GOD. That is what I am doing.

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  10. 2 hours ago, osmigo said:

    I just finished setting up my gig on Fiverr as a proofreader/editor. Would anyone care to give me their knee-jerk reaction to my gig?  Not that anybody's going to see it anytime soon: there are over 20,000 proofreading/editing gigs already out there!  In any case, take a look if you have a minute. 

    I have NO idea where that "50 years of proofreading experience" came from in the URL. Looks a little silly, I'm hoping I can change it somehow.

    Thanks!

    https://www.fiverr.com/osmigo/50-years-of-proofreading-experience

    Actually I have no Idea in this field .But I can say one thing that you 50+ experience so it can help buyers to get their best service.

  11. On 6/23/2021 at 10:57 PM, mjensen415 said:

    Hello! Welcome to the new Fiverr Forum!

    You’ll find some category changes and new ways to interact with discussion threads.

    You get to choose how you see content.  As the categories have given way to "Forums" you can jump in and interact on a "forum" level. Or you can see all activity (like the old forum) by changing the view at the top of the page.

    • Table: A traditional forum table view
    • Grid: Displaying the forums in a grid
    • Fluid: A simplier dynamic listing topics with a filter box

     

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    This is still a work in progress and I’d love any and all feedback. We’ve all been working on this for a while and some things we needed to wait to go live before adjusting.

    • If you have feedback, please leave it in “Product Feedback” -> “Forum Feedback
    • Every user’s stats will be reset, but they will retain their old “Level”. This will be updated in the next few days with a leveling system.
    • This new platform also has new achievement badges which are live now. More on that in the next few days too.

    Check out the new “Fiverr Questions” - an area where you can ask questions, the community can answer and then vote for the best answer.

    • If you’re checking out specific Fiverr Products (Learn, Affiliates, Elevate) you can find them in the “Fiverr Products” section.
    • Specific Verticals are getting their own discussion groups.  You can start by checking out Music and Audio.

    Thank you all for your patience while we get this bird off the ground! 

    -MJensen415

    Thank you so much for helping us how this new platform works.I am learning new things day by day

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  12. 15 hours ago, rabina_rahaman said:

    I open my Account before 33day ago, Also I published my two gig, But I could not get any order. I sent buyer requested everyday. But I didn't get any response. Please tell me All dear friend, What Can now I do?😔

    Advance Thanks!

    You have to try hard with your passion. Try to stay online as possible as you can. And also important SEO. Your gig elements has to be in good SEO formation.I hope these advice can help you to get orders.🙂

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  13. On 6/3/2021 at 7:48 PM, irul3d said:

    Hello community,

    I need advice on how can i getting back on track to my fiverr career after more than 3-4 months absence due to suffering from Covid.
    I have a gig that was doing well with 50+ completed work and 4.5 ratings before i went covid quarantine treatment few months back.

    today i want to start to work again and i see no ratings with 300 hours response rate on my dashboard,
    i know its going to be hard to gain my previous work rates and response. but i want to know what is the best way to be recognized on fiver search and market again? any suggestions is highly appreciated.

    Thank you in advance,
    Irul3d

    All the best.You can and you will win again🙂

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  14. Hi beautiful people
    I am Florence. I have worked on 10 projects in fiverr with my amazing clients. That time my friendly clients make me realize how to communicate with a creator if you are purchasing
    any services. I am not a buyer but as a seller I realize how my clients behave or communicate with me and i wish every clients maintain the same quality. 
    THERE ARE SOME RESPONSIBILITY OF BUYERS.
    1)Give all information regarding your design.
    2)Make them understand what you need.
    3)Do not provide your personal information. It is against Fiverr rules and regulations.
    4)Ask or inquiry about your service gently through message them. They will respond you.
    5)Do not provide files that has copyright issue. It can create problem for you and that seller as well.
    6)Place your order and then take updates and chat with sellers if they need to know anything from you.
    7)Your reviews are very important for us. So if you like the work please leave a positive feedback so that we can prosper and encouraged more in this field.

    ALL THIS THINGS HAVE HAPPEND IN MY FIVERR STORY.AT THE END MY CLIENTS ARE HAPPY, FIVERR IS ALSO HAPPY WITH ME .Best of luck to all

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  15. 2 hours ago, moizwordpress said:

    Hi. 

    Once I wrote same question in response to, received offers from sellers on my posted job for the sake of clear understanding weather seller can deliver desire results or not. Fiverr serves me Spam notice.

     

    Please help me to learn the correct way to interview to sort out right candidate.

     

    Thank you

     

     

     

    Hi MOIZWORDPRESS

    First of all do not ask your seller the same or repeated question. Be clear what you want to message her. It will make you understand weather the candidate is right or wrong. If you are not getting the desire answer you can move to another candidate in fiverr

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