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Hi everyone, I had an experience I never imagined yesterday. A buyer posted in the BR for a particular service that I offer. He asked that we submit offers which I did but then I tried to contact him directly, but this is where I got it wrong. While sending in my proposal, my phone's autocorrect feature changed 'human services to Hangouts services' without proofreading all that I had typed, I sent in the proposal. This doesn't meet him well and buyer had to spam my message. Some hours later I got a warning from Fiverr, briefing me about their ToS and how I can lose my account if such should happen again. Below are just two terms sellers need to abide with to avoid being blocked on Fiverr for violating BR terms. 1. It is a violation of Fiverr's ToS to message Buyers directly. Always and only use the BR to bid for job. 2. Do not share any personal details or mention any other communication platform outside Fiverr while communicating with clients (example Hangouts that was a mistakenly typed). You can get your account warned, suspended or blocked if Buyers spam your message. These are what should be avoided, you can add to these if you've had similar experience. Keep bidding for jobs through BR, ensure you use up your offers daily, optimize your gig, put in a compelling proposal and certainly, buyers will contact you. Thank you
Hello! I am here to make what I think is a potentially helpful tips post! Here are some of my observations on what works very well to advertise for yourself in a way that creates more buyers! 1. Promoted Gigs. Yes, this does work, at least for the gig I have that can use it. I recommend staying up to date with the amount you have to pay per click to beat competitors to the advertisement space and remain relevant. Last month, I paid roughly $10 in all, and I received (after Fiverr percentage) $76. It is a profit, for sure, and it can even land you a regular! 2. Buyer Requests. Definitely make use of the buyer requests tab under the "More" tab on your account. This is where a lot of early buyers will come from. You are putting yourself out there for people to choose you, so be careful and choose jobs right that you think you can accomplish, don't have too much competition, and really fit your style. If you are just starting on Fiverr, know the buyers request tab is most active for only a few heartbeats at random times around midnight to three o' clock or so based on my observations then. You may want to sacrifice some rest for getting requests out in these early stages of selling. 3. Social Media. It definitely never hurts to post your gigs on social media, especially if you have a large following or a supportive family. I definitely urge to even make an account you grow specifically for your work! You can build up your cliental not only on Fiverr this way! If you're lucky, you may even have thankful clients post your gig on their pages, which has happened for me before! 4. Adding Proper Tags. Even putting proper tags on your gig can really act as an advertisement in many ways. If you tag well and make a catchy and detailed (but not too detailed or cluttered) gig title, then people can more easily find you! I recommend looking at other similar gigs and drawing inspiration (not copying) from them! That is all for now! Hope this helps someone! I try to be detailed in hopes this gets to someone who needs it!
Hello! Im Keira! I currently do character design! I have just recently gotten comfortable with my skill level so I wanted to get it out there! Feel free to reach out to me. I do my gigs in steps so when I start off if you don't like it we can change it or if you don't like the style you can cancel but please do give me a shot I can promise I won't disappoint! I am also now doing a promo to get myself kick-started so the first 3 people to hire me will only have to pay sketch price (min $5+tax) for any gig of their choice! (sketch, colour, or shaded). I've linked the image I used for my fiver so you can get a quick idea!