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  1. Hello, I am a Level 2 seller with more than 50 five star reviews and positive feedbacks while completing various types of videos, starting from promotional videos ads to motion graphics ads, still my gigs are down right now. Can I get some useful suggestions about how to bring my gig to the top again? Thank you in advance!
  2. I felt it too much. Every sellers one of dream achive thier level up badge. It is a crazy one😜. Then they got some positive mind about their works and improving bout their skills and remake thier bad habits😍. Fiverr level badge give those mainly. I got my Fiverr level badge September. but unfortunately i losted it next day with canceling order from my side. im busy that movement and i canceled that order . How ever i losted my badge. 😪i losted my competition order to much . it was 71% now i need to cover it with 1 month and to get again my badge. 🤨 Im working for my dream aganin and again. I updated my status with never give up🏅. I did 15+ Orders within one month and all my Orders i got with 5 star ⭐ rating with good reviews. my all works with 5 ⭐ works.I got My badge again This Octomber again🤘. Now im watchig to climb my next level 😍. I give you all sellers one thing from my life experience. Don't fell down. If you fell down you need to standup again. Don't worry Take time and stand up again.👊 Never Give Up!!!!!!!!🏅
  3. HELLO All friends. Please share the tips of ranking gigs, based on your studies and experiences.
  4. Hi! I think everyone has a non-virtual motivation, and we can be more than motivated by getting many orders. Do you have a playlist, book or people that excite you? Looking at bohemian interior designs motivates me these days. I know it's weird, but I believe the work environment has an impact on psychology. Imagining myself in places where I would enjoy working motivates me. Also, I would like to leave one of my favorite words here, ¨Live to impress yourself. Not others.¨ I can't wait to hear your thoughts 👩‍💻
  5. alhamdulillah after many days complete a order with 5 star review
  6. Fiverr is possibly the most discussed marketplace on the internet today. The website lets a seller anything at $5. For thousands of sellers, this website makes their bread and butter. However, according to the top sellers, the website is more about selling the services, not products. That means you have to work actively to make some money on Fiverr. But some creative sellers have converted this high-traffic website into their own passive income generators. Here you will discover some innovative ideas on how you can use Fiverr to make a decent passive income online. Some Innovative Gig Ideas: A Guide On Different Ways To Make Passive Income From Fiverr Each product sold on Fiverr is known as Gig. Usually, this says something like this, I will do this (anything here) for you at $5. This line clearly denotes that you will have to do something for getting the gig sold. However, you can also tweak the concept in your own way to earn some passive cash out of the Fiverr account. Let's explore some ideas: 1. Create A Simple Script If you're a programmer, it'd be a nice idea to create a small, simple script to be used on websites. Being the owner, you can sell the script as many times as you want. You will be able to make a decent income from a single script if it's a high-quality, most wanted item. Take some time, research, and create something that will help you get quick sales. 2. Sell Some Audio/Voice Over If you have a clear, presentable voice, it will be easy for you to create audio for businesses. You can use your voice and sell the audio files over and over. You can also create some musical stuff and sell them to your clients. You can use your referrals and drive them to Fiverr and make decent passive income without selling your high-quality audio file with copyrights. 3. Sell Useful Lists Lists sell like hotcakes online. Especially if you know how to create useful lists for internet marketing, you will be able to generate a lot of sales. Make some research and find out what's being sold around and create useful lists targeting those customers in the IM. Make some lists and offer them as Gigs on Fiverr. If you get good exposure, you will be able to make a decent passive income. 4. Sell Graphics If are a design, you can think about selling vector graphics on Fiverr. These graphics are high in demand these days as web developers invariably buy these kinds of stuff online at cheap rates. Make sure to create high-quality, flexible, use vector graphics for your website and you will be making a lot of money from Fiverr, all autopilot! There are thousands of ideas you might want to try with. Play around, make some research, and think about your own ideas. Once you get to know what works fine, you will be able to make a lot of money from Fiverr itself. Thank you afra_dm
  7. Sometimes the message is not understood online / offline ? How can I solve this ?
  8. Hey! I'm a level 2 seller on Fiverr. I'm going on a vacation and I've set unavailability for a few months. I wanted to know does it affect the level superiority in anyway? If yes, is there any better way to keep things smooth? Thanks.
  9. This forum is full of tips & advice for new sellers by new sellers, who are yet to make a single sale or show any signs of success. They mention 10 buyer requests every day, staying online 24/7 (which is a running joke at this point), being active in the forum, sharing your gigs with your friends and family through social media, and all the other nonsense. My question is, what about the actual service you provide? What about the gig quality, communication skills, customer service, work ethic, and personal virtues? What about the actual foundation upon which you are building your business? Sure, some of these tricks might land you a sale or two, but for how long? Some time ago I created a post in the forum titled "Any% permanent account termination speedrunning scene" in which I used satire to bring attention to sellers who go out of their way to infringe on other sellers' copyrights, misrepresent their identity or break the TOS in any other creative way. Unfortunately, I have to go back to this subject. It has become a routine for me to check my niche for gigs who are shamelessly stealing my gig photos or my gig description. Sometimes, they steal a little bit and sometimes I have to wonder if my eyesight is not getting worse because I swear I can see my gig double in the search results. So far I had to take down 15 gigs and 8 profiles of sellers who do not grasp the concept of intellectual property. And let me tell you, it takes time that I would rather spend on something more productive. If you're a new seller who's just starting out, forget about the tips & tricks and focus on your foundation. This will save me and countless other sellers, who take their work seriously a lot of precious time. There's no need to steal content that does not belong to you, you can do better than that. Here's a reminder from fiverr: Gigs and/or users may be removed by Fiverr from the Site for violations of these Terms of Service and/or our Community Standards, which may include (but are not limited to) the following violations and/or materials: Copyright Infringement, Trademark Infringement, and violation of a third party's terms of service reported through our Intellectual Property Claims Policy. Intentional copies of Gigs Spam, nonsense, or violent or deceptive Gigs (I wish this was implemented in the forums as well) Exceedingly low quality Gigs
  10. ORDER COMPLETED ON BUYER REQUEST🤑 Did you want to know about my proposal trick and tips? [Many months later, again I have started sending buyer request proposals. Most of the time I send a day 4-5 offers out of 10 and get 2 to 3 client messages from these. Secret, I never use any of the previously written templates or copy-paste.] 👉👉 Share your buyer request proposal that you write in your proposal.
  11. I have just completed 37 orders with 34 five star reviews. Advanced Tips For new Sellers: try to use low competition keywords for gig ranking use eye-catching gig images marketing your gig to targeted people. Provide the best quality services forever every buyer. learn from your competitor gig and implement it. learn trending topics As a new seller publish 7 gig keep patience
  12. My gig was on the first page from the start. I was getting good orders. Lots of orders were canceled last August-September. My gig is gone at the end of it all. Nowadays impression clicks as well as orders do not come. Again, what steps should I take to bring Gig back to the first page?
  13. I'm disappointed. Suddenly my gig's impression and click down. What could be the reason? https://www.fiverr.com/share/ZL5ylR
  14. Make attractive title with low competitor gig keyword. First add low competitor gig keyword in the tag section (Add 5 tag). Make Pro gig description with your low competitor gig keyword (Minimum add 10 keywords in the description). ADD minimum 10 FAQ question with pro answer Make an Eye-Catching Image with your work sample And add last 2 work sample image And PDF section add your work sample as PDF My gig link: 1. https://www.fiverr.com/share/Q65EX6 2. https://www.fiverr.com/share/PlLDVL 3. https://www.fiverr.com/share/ZL9kql
  15. I got a order from promoted options. The project was Custom made geometry logo design. The buyer was 100% satisfied. Reviews: "He really nailed the final product. The communication was great from start to finish. We didn’t know what we wanted right out of the gate , but we worked through it and ended up with the perfect logo. Highway recommend! It was a pleasure working with him." After completion he gave me $20 dollar tips! I was so excited. Fiverr is best!!
  16. Just a few quick tips that can help you in Fiverr: Use proper English and grammar in your gigs and in your conversations with buyers. Do not use Stock images and avoid copyright claims. Explain what you are offering in your gig service. Explain what the Fiverr gig buyer will get and the exact value for him out of it. Respond to negative feedback positively. Use gig keywords relevant to your niche and gig topic
  17. Many Seller of us become very frustrated. Months go by, years go by, no orders come, no work. We need to find out our own weaknesses. The world will find you if you can do the Work correctly. You follow the rules of Fiverr and develop your skills more and more. The world is waiting for you.
  18. Could you comment bellow, how you got first order on fiverr ? Please Share your Experience
  19. i am clothing sewing pattern maker and tech pack designer. my gig lose rank. now i don't find any new buyer message and order. please help me some give some tips thanks mahedi8736
  20. I am new at fiverr. I do not know How to take tips form client with positive way.
  21. Social media management is practice that suppor your digital marketing and social media strategies. It's an important part of running social media strategy becouse It explain how brand your participate (think content publishing, rules of engagement with customers etc.)
  22. So i recently got into learning pixel art, after years of working on photoshop, illustrator and procreate, and i have to say, it is a really nice experience, so much fun and its also kinda therapeutic, so i definetly recomend to give it a try. Im sharing this super helpful tutorial about canvas size, it helped me a lot to get in to the basics of pixel art. Its made by (pixel overload) i definetly recomend to check his youtube channel.
  23. So I've been getting a lot of tips on Fiverr from a lot of my recent orders (not that I'm complaining in any way, thank you universe for blessing me with this positive karma), and ever since the first tip I got I was confused (well, I'm not anymore, but I was then). It reflects on you earnings page as a regular order so the first time I didn't pay proper attention and thought they were just regular orders. Till it was time for payout and I saw my earnings wasn't complete and went back to check and realized the tip had a 20% cut taken from it. Now this isn't me raising a torch flag at Fiverr, but back when I went to look for resources that explained whether they take cuts on tips or not, I found nothing. Not even posts on it on the forum. (Which, p.s, niiiiice forum update! I haven't been here in a while and was surprise by the new upgrade. I like it very much! 💕) After I got more tips from more orders I realized that this was just how things were and didn't think to question it. After all, anytime you even breath about Fiverr's commission fees, there's someone ready to rip you limb from limb and scream that "If you don't like it then leave!!!". Which isn't what I'm here to do. I just wanted to see what other sellers think about this. Do you feel it's perfectly all right to charge 20% for your tips since they provided the platform that facilitated the exchange of your services? Or do you feel no, it's kinda wrong, it's like a restaurant taking a percentage of the tips waiters earned while working there. I'm going Philly D with this and asking you what you're thoughts on the topic are and where you land on the spectrum? I'd love to hear from you! (If it turns out that they DID mention this "20% from tips" thing somewhere in the terms of service, and my monkey brain just didn't find it, then kindly just ignore this entire post.)
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