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therealsiri

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  1. Yes, the only reasonable thing to do here is to keep reporting them to Customer Support and hopefully with the bulk of repetitive complaints they will get shutdown.
  2. Great tip. Or you could say you’ll finish it in (___) number of days 🙂
  3. Try to get a detailed task list of what your buyer wants to happen, and if it does not fit your gig opt for mutual cancellation.
  4. Interesting and informative. Thank you for sharing.
  5. I think you’re already on the right path. Cutting them down into sizeable portions allows you to deliver them without hassle of time constraints 😉
  6. Found some useful tricks here, keep them coming. Thanks.
  7. Hope this link helps: http://support.fiverr.com/hc/en-us/articles/201500946-Adding-a-Video-to-Your-Gig
  8. “Don’t Set a default delivery date too close for comfort.” I find this rather realistic. You wouldn’t want to be delivering gigs that have not even gone through quality check. Always, always put importance in the quality of your work. Just because you are able to finish it before the deadline, doesn’t mean you managed to sweep every part of the given task. Check and double check. As much as possible deliver an output that the client expects of you. Keep in mind that a revision or backlog is as painful to the workflow as ever because it disrupts your current undertakings.
  9. That will still depend on the kind of service you are offering. But for custom gigs you can also negotiate with your buyer for a custom invoice. Hope that helps.
  10. Asking for a review from happy clients is okay, but I think it’s much better if you wait for them to provide you with one without even asking for it because it means you did superbly with that gig.
  11. Has anybody tried reporting it to Fiverr Support? Maybe they can help sort this out.
  12. You can promote them via blogs, social media, forums, you tube, Quora, keywords, tags, social bookmarking sites, slideshare. I have not used all these on my end but I see there are possibilities here.
  13. Check your account settings and see if it’s set to track messages etc. 🙂 Hope that helps
  14. Hi, I think as long as your Debit Card has logos of Visa or Mastercard.
  15. Don’t hire a Virtual Assistant on fiverr until you understand how they work. Also, make sure that you’re able to communicate with them well. You want to pick somebody that you can work well with and that can understand your project or business. The success of building your virtual team has a lot to do with communication and understanding. There’s a bunch of videos on YouTube for tips on hiring a Virtual Assistant. Check’em out. Fiverr has awesome and not-so-awesome VA’s… don’t let price determine the quality, but leverage out the low cost entry to try out a few before making any long-term or large commitment. A few tips from me… -start small, but go fast -work with a dedicated team and not just an individual -use screen share videos to communicate tasks or have a task liaison that can do it for you If you have any questions - feel free to ask or post’em here
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