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shemeer

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  1. Thanks for your time to read the story
  2. Gigs which provide services that requires outside communication (zoom,■■■■■, deliver to e-mail addresses) needed to be verified by the fiverr team. Once, I had a buyer who asked me to do sound design for his clients and deliver directly to their email. When I contacted customer care regarding this, they asked me to setup a particular gig for that and specify it clearly in the description. I created the gig . After they verified it, my gig was live.
  3. I am interested to be the part of this program
  4. I believe that it was all about time.
  5. I believe that it was all about time.
  6. After 2 weeks of publishing the gig , I got my first order.
  7. I have my updated resume in google drive as a pdf document. When responding to the buyer requests, I attach the link to resume too. Please remember not to include any contact details in the document. Thank you
  8. I use protools for all my sound design needs
  9. I am afraid that I cannot do it here.
  10. Do they charge you the 18% extra on gigs that are not promoted? :thinking: Yes for promoted gigs, they will charge you money per click plus 18% of that
  11. Best wishes for your business in fiverr and I am happy that my writing motivated you
  12. I am happy that my writings are helping people .
  13. I started to work in fiverr few years back when I was doing my graduation. I had different skills then. So I created gigs on video editing, photo editing, pdf editing, sound editing, animation etc. Basically I had knowledge in all of these but I was not a professional at that time. I got my first order in audio editing gig. Mostly I got small orders for animation, video edit and sound edit. I could earn for my basic expenses from fiverr and I was a level 2 seller then. After graduation, I did masters in sound design in film school. At that time I took a long break from fiverr due to different reasons. Then , it was during the pandemic and lockdown days, I started to concentrate more on fiverr because film industry which I was working in was very much affected by the crisis. I was not even having a single penny in my hand. I had to start all the way from beginning seller. What I did was deactivated all the gigs except sound edit because now I am a professional sound designer/ editor and wanted concentrate entirely on my profession . Then I edited existing gigs, modified and optimised them. I also created new specialised gig such as podcast edit , sound design etc. Slowly I started to get more orders for sound edit and design mostly podcast edit. I like to share with you some thoughts/tips While creating the gig, optimise them by giving proper tags and keywords.Upload a video showcasing your talents. I use fiverr app in my phone. So, always I am connected with the marketplace. Whenever someone make an enquiry, I reply within a couple of minutes or under an hour.Most of the buyers like to get a fast response. I deliver earlier than the delivery deadline. I always provide my suggestions to the buyers on how we can improve on next project for example “providing the recorded audio peaking not more than -6 dB” . I always make make sure that client feels that more than money, my preference is of providing them with quality outputs. From my experience, money will follow if we are honest and have the dedication. Now a days , when I respond to buyer request, I also include my resume. That gives us more professional outlook. A I wish all my friends a great time in fiverr. I like to know your thoughts too.
  14. Welcome to fiverr marketplace. Now invest more time and energy in setting up your gigs
  15. Hi AnnMarie, I started to work in fiverr few years back when I was doing my graduation. I had different skills then. So I created gigs on video editing, photo editing, pdf editing, sound editing, animation etc. Basically I had knowledge in all of these but I was not a professional at that time. I got my first order in audio editing gig. Mostly I got small orders for animation, video edit and sound edit. I could earn for my basic expenses from fiverr and I was a level 2 seller then. After graduation, I did masters in sound design in film school. At that time I took a long break from fiverr due to different reasons. Then , it was during the pandemic and lockdown days, I started to concentrate more on fiverr because film industry which I was working in was very much affected by the crisis. I was not even having a single penny in my hand. I had to start all the way from beginning seller. What I did was deactivated all the gigs except sound edit because now I am a professional sound designer/ editor. Then I edited existing gigs, modified and optimised them. I also created new specialised gig such as podcast edit , sound design etc. Slowly I started to get more orders for sound edit and design mostly podcast edit. I like to share with you some thoughts/tips While creating the gig, optimise them by giving proper tags and keywords.Upload a video showcasing your talents. I use fiverr app in my phone. So, always I am connected with the marketplace. Whenever someone make an enquiry, I reply within a couple of minutes or under an hour.Most of the buyers like to get a fast response. I deliver earlier than the delivery deadline. I always provide my suggestions to the buyers on how we can improve on next project for example “providing the recorded audio peaking not more than -6 dB” . I always make make sure that client feels that more than money, my preference is of providing them with quality outputs. From my experience, money will follow if we are honest and have the dedication. Now a days , when I respond to buyer request, I also include my resume. That gives us more professional outlook. Wishing you all the succes.
  16. I am a sound editor/ designer. One of the buyer asked me to provide a sample work from the audio he sent.His audio had lot of background noises. After cleaning the dialogue , I sent 2 minutes of sample from the 10 min he sent. After listening he insisted me that full length of audio should be given for evaluation. I told him that it is not possible to give full length audio as sample. He then sent me another file and asked to sent sample. Upon listening I understood that this audio was the continuation of the previous audio that I worked on. He was just cutting out the portion and asking me to send samples so that he could join all the samples and get done the work for free
  17. I t happened for me too. I have delivered a completed work in 1 day for which deadline was 3 days. Buyer didn’t respond till the last minute. He requested for a revision and the countdown showed I had only 12 minutes to deliver. It was 2 am in the morning. I just sat on the project which I could deliver within the time. Although the buyer was online and communicating timely while I was doing the corrections, after delivery he just disappeared. He was not checking the corrected version and giving a reply. Now Im waiting for his response. My doubt is how many days more it will take to autocomplete the order if he doesn’t respond?
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