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  1. Hey, I discovered this community a while ago, and was pleasantly surprised😳 Is there really a community where people share their experiences and expertise 🤔??? Well, I'll get to the topic. I've been on Fiverr for a whole year. My services have been posted, but to no avail. I left Fiverr for a month, then came back and saw that a client had requested my service. I answered, but I missed my chance because I was late for it.😬 .. This is my story for a whole year, and I am here to sell my services, which I am working hard on, but to no avail, Sorry for the spelling errors.. Translated by Google, with my sincere regards See that before leave ; ] and some little advice ❤️
  2. I am a level 2 seller and haven't received any order since 2 months. I have done SEO, social media marketing, changed gig images but nothing worked. Is there anyone else who is facing the issue? If anyone can review my profile and gigs, let me know so that I can share the link to be reviewed,
  3. I'm one month here, without a match or any other action on my profile. I'm unsure if Fiverr analytics would give me any jobs without numbers, ratings, clients etc on my profile. So, that's the first answer I'm looking forward to. And secondly, If your answer is just to optimize my page - Can you tell me based on my profile, what else to do? Kind regards, Ivana.
  4. I'm pretty new to fiverr and I don't see myself getting clients, probably because there's something wrong with my Gigs. But I can't figure out what it might be, would love it if anyone reading this can come up with solid suggestions to improve 🙂 The links to my Gigs : 1. Write your cv, resume, cover letter and optimize linkedin by Elsakrishnan | Fiverr 2. Professionally upgrade your linkedin profile by Elsakrishnan | Fiverr
  5. Hi everyone, I am in a pickle and would like some insight and guidance from people who have come across similar situations. I had requested for certain requirements, and I had messaged several sellers but finally ended up choosing one who seemed promising in chat. He promised me a delivery of 4 days for a job costing $120. Although his delivery time and price were slightly higher than other sellers, I went with him as he was a Level 2 Seller and seemed to know the topic. I would follow up with him every day and asked if he needed any additional information and, but he said no and is working on the job, On the 4th day he sent out a "Delivered" but all it contained where these words "Sorry. I've a problem with my CADs. Your work is almost done. I'll send it to you by today. I just stopped the time because deadline is too close. I know it's not your fault." However, he did not request an extension for delivery instead it was marked as delivered. Fiverr asked me IF I approve the delivery, to which I didn't and requested an extension, the seller declined the extension, so I had no choice but to "Request a Revision". He still hadn't submitted anything I requested for, and I kept requesting for updates to which he said he's still working on it. On the 7th day he submitted another "Delivery" but unfortunately it was for a completely different system (I requested for a CO2 Suppression, and he provided an FM200 System) to which I told him I will not approve as he did not understand my initial requirements. He responded saying " I'll revise your work. I received multiple orders, but I think I miss-matched requirements. I'll address all of those things asap. I'm sorry." I was understanding and again requested for an extension to which he declined, but Fiverr was giving me 3 days to approve the delivery which I can't do so I had no choice but to request for a revision. I asked the seller how many days he'd need to deliver my requirements and he stated 2 days to which I accepted. I kept asking for updates and he said he's almost done with it. On the 10th day he does a partial delivery and I noticed that even though he did a CO2 system he got my requirements wrong, he hadn't read the details I presented him initially, so I gave my comments and he said he'll address it asap. As usual I kept requesting for updates but he didn't respond and I once again tried to extend the delivery date but he declined and this time I asked him why he declined, and he said "Because I spend time on your work and you easily open disputes, wait for your delivery" To which I responded saying that it's been 12 days for an order he promised in 4 days and I pointed out to him that I only tried to extend the delivery and not dispute anything. To which he responds saying " To dispute is to cancel the order. I'm working on it and will send it today, because of multiple projects I couldn't deliver on time. Sorry. It's my fault. You just hold on; I'll send your work today. After approval of design, I'll provide you the BoQ as well." Again, I was understanding and decided to give him time and kept asking for updates to which he said he's working on it. I unfortunately did not request for revision again on time, so Fiverr directly approved of his last delivery. I messaged him couple of hours after the "Approved Delivery" (it was just as I woke up) and told him that I never got what I requested for, and he said "I’ll deliver it you. If order was automatically completed. Don’t worry. I’ll provide you all things." To which I responded saying " I'm sorry but how can I trust your word? You have taken the money and still have not produced any work for it. Every time I ask for updates you say you will deliver today but you don't deliver. When I requested to extension you decline stating that I was trying to dispute." to which he replied "You’ve to trust me. It’s dispute. When I accept then order was cancelled, and I lose money. I'll deliver you work. I’m just stuck in Calculations. Because I don't have any software to do calculations of CO2. I’ve to use Tables and Calculations for Pipe Sizing. I’ll deliver you all things." To which I explained that I was only extending the delivery and never tried to cancel the order and before I gave him the job, he promised me that he could do the calculations. This was yesterday, I've been messaging him asking for updates, but he has NOT responded to anything, he's gone completely AWOL. Please help me. What can I do now? Did I just lose $120? Can I dispute this? I tried to reach Support but I haven't heard back. What do I do? Sorry for making it a long one. I really need some help.
  6. Should I cancel my order with a bad client? Never be afraid to cancel an order on Fiverr (or as a freelancer in general) ! Some "clients" are psychopaths and try to pressure the seller into giving them cheap labour. It is VERY important to know your rights as a seller. You should never slave away, but have the courage to cancel your order at anytime. One tactic of "toxic" clients is to intimidate the seller. For example by using phrases like "I could replace you with another seller"". (a very red flag) Another tactic these people use is trying to get you off the Fiverr platform. They will constantly message you, push you to do more work and will be hard in negotiating. They are not going to pay you a fair price. What they look for is free or very cheap work. Make sure to end on good terms: Be nice, no matter what Explain yourself Be professional Be honest (not too honest) Don't be intimidated Do NOT feel guilt Why should you feel guilty you may ask. If you have never been in this position, it might be difficult to understand. But these clients build a relationship with their sellers. The seller will feel responsible for their project. Remember this: IT'S NOT YOUR PROJECT It is 100% their responsibility to treat and pay their workers right, to have manageable deadlines and well thought out project structures. If their project and management sucks, then this will reflect on the project workers aswell. Stay safe everyone. If you have trouble with a client, you can always ask for advice in my dm's, ask in the forums or contact the Fiverr CS. Finn Image by Michael Dziedzic (from Unsplash)
  8. Hi!! My name's Sophia and I'm new to Fiverr. I've always had an interest in fashion and helping style people, and picking out clothes or decor for people. I decided to join Fiverr so that I could share this hobby with other people, and potentially help people style themselves. I'd really appreciate if you guys could check out my profile and consider purchasing sometime 🙂 I am flexible with pricing, and am open to any custom orders/requests. Thank you!!
  9. I don't do very well on fiber. Give me a piece of advice
  10. Hi! I am a new seller on fiverr. I came here to ask for some advice on my gig. I am getting very low impressions and clicks on my gig, and have had it up for 5 days. I know that highly rated sellers get more sales, but I can't get any sales in the first place to up my rating. I can't find any buyer requests to respond to either. Is there anything I can do? https://www.fiverr.com/share/EPbZ7d
  11. The Fiverr forum has been key to me finding success as a Fiverr Seller. Disclaimer: These are just my opinions and posts by other sellers as at May 2022 that helped me. Get ready, it's a long post, but answers a lot of questions that I see being asked again, and again, and again. If you can’t be bothered to read this post or others posts on the forum then fine, but don’t complain that you’re not successful, can’t get impressions or can’t get orders. You have to do the hard work!! Credit to the authors and the forum regulars that keep this place in good shape. There are too many to mention, but special shout outs to @frank_d @lloydsolutions @imagination7413 for regularly sharing info and links. I think you should be paid by Fiverr given all the value you add! 😂 Who am I? For those interested my professional background is finance and technology (on the commercial side, not the development side). I mainly offer business/startup consultancy on Fiverr. I joined Fiverr as a Buyer in May 2020 I set up my first gig in October 2020 I took a semi-break from January 2021 to June 2021 (I had a full time job) I went full time freenlancing / Fiverr in July 2021 I made TRS in May 2022 I’m registered as a Fiverr Business Buyer I’m a Fiverr Select Buyer (formerly known as VID) One thing I have learned from meeting hundreds of entrepreneurs is that you don’t need to be the best at what you do to be successful. YOU JUST HAVE TO WORK HARD. If you improve yourself 1% a day or a week, then in a couple of months you will start seeing a massive difference. You need to treat selling on Fiverr as a business. This means market research and offering value that Buyers need. Reading this post and the posts I have linked here is research. It will take you hours to go through everything, but if you can’t be bothered to spend hours on being successful, then maybe you don’t deserve the success. 🤷‍♂️ It doesn't cover EVERYTHING about Fiverr, but it covers a lot. I’ve tried to keep it clean and clear as I know people don’t like reading, hence the bullet points. Firstly, if you do not know the Terms of Service, do not look at the Help Center or do not read the tips the forum gives you you are setting yourself up to FAIL. Read them. There are soooo many tips in the Help center. https://www.Fiverr.com/terms_of_service https://www.Fiverr.com/support/Seller These are the topics / questions I will cover: What are common Fiverr myths and bad advice that should be ignored? What is forum etiquette and how should I behave here to get the most out of it? How do I optimize my gigs, increase my impressions and orders? How do I talk to customers and be professional to make sales? How can I be successful with Buyer Requests? How do I spot a scam? What is the difference between Public and Private Ratings? What is Seller Plus and how do I join? What are the Seller levels and when will I get TRS? What are Buyer levels and what do they mean? What are promoted gigs and why can’t I use them? How do I deal with a cancellation after I completed the gig successfully? How do I say no to difficult customers? My gig was deleted by Fiverr, others weren’t, this is unfair!! Should I do free work? Read the ToS!!! Read the Forum!!! Read the Help Center!!! Hope you're ready, here we go…. 1. What are common Fiverr myths and bad advice that should be ignored? The following statements are NOT true: Staying online 24/7 helps your rank/visibility Being active on the forum helps your rank/visibility Posting on social media helps your rank/visibility Revisions requests hurt your rank/visibility Editing your gig hurts your rank/visibility Again: These statements are NOT true. Do not believe them. These myths were confirmed by Fiverr as not being true. More info here: 2. What is forum etiquette and how should I behave here to get the most out of it? Search the forum: 99.99% of questions have already been asked. Don’t just ask simple questions like ‘how do I get orders?’ Your question has already been asked. Search the forum!! You can only post your gig link in ‘My Fiverr gigs’ & ‘Improve my gig’ categories. Don’t call people bro/sister/lady/dear unless you are already familiar with / know that person. This is a professional space. Just use their username. Do not name and shame other users. If you want to share a screenshot then remove their username. It’s probably best to avoid religion, politics and s3x. Treat it like the workplace. Be kind and treat others how you want to be treated. You're not always going to agree with others here and that's OK. Being offensive is not. 3. How do I optimize my gigs, increase my impressions and orders? Read the forum, research the competition and understand your target customer. Look at successful Sellers in your category selling what you (want to) sell. Think like a Buyer - what does a Buyer want! Read these posts (and the help center!), they say it better than I ever could: 4. How do I talk to customers and be professional to make sales? This is all about asking questions, being respectful and not pushy. The best way to sell is actually not to sell. I know that’s confusing. Ask questions, understand your Buyer needs and you won’t need to push a sale, they will want to buy. Follow the tips / steps in the link below. Don’t use ‘bro’, ‘brother’, ‘sister’ or ‘dear’. Your target market is typically western, and this looks unprofessional. Don't use 'Sir' or 'Madam' unless you're certain of their gender. Even then, I'd suggest using their username or the name they sign their message with. Don’t use ALL CAPITALS. This looks like you're shouting. Don’t use multiple ‘????’ or ‘!!!!!’. This looks like you’re being demanding. The '????' is rude. Just use '?' or '!'. The first link below is how to be better at selling. The second link below is Grammarly, they have a free version / chrome plugin that will help improve your English if you need some help. Communication is key to being successful. https://salesinsightslab.com/how-to-master-art-of-selling-anything/ https://www.grammarly.com/ 5. How can I be successful with Buyer Requests? Buyer Requests are usually Buyers with very low budgets. Most established Sellers ignore this section. It is possible to get orders (I got a couple myself when I started) but the success rate is very, very low. Make your reply targeted (not generic) to their problem / request. Use high quality, well written English. Grammarly can help, see above. Do NOT find the Buyer and message them directly. This is spam and is unprofessional. You don’t need Buyer requests to be successful on Fiverr. If you are selling something Buyers want then Buyers will come to you. More info here: 6. How do I spot a scam? Asking to communicate away from Fiverr. There is no need for this. Asking you to pay for work. Never pay for work! If it seems suspicious it probably is. Trust your instinct / spider sense! More info here: 7. What is the difference between Public and Private Ratings? After accepting an order the Buyer is asked to rate and review the Seller. The Seller is also able to rate and review the Buyer. The Buyer has 10 days to do this. Buyers are asked for a private review that only Fiverr will see. Buyers are asked for a public review that everyone will see. Sellers can respond to the public review. Even if a Seller doesn't leave a review of the Buyerm the Buyer review will still appear on the seller profile. Private ratings (which feed your private Buyer satisfaction score) are much more important because Fiverr knows that Buyers leave 5* ratings when they aren’t truly happy. They impact your positioning on fiverr and visibility to sellers, access to promoted gigs, TRS eligibility and more. You cannot ask a Buyer to change their review. This will get you a warning. You cannot ask a Buyer to review you positively. This will get you a warning. You can ask a Buyer to leave a review, but again, you CANNOT ask for a positive review. There is no need to remind the Buyer to review though, Fiverr reminds them a lot. Spoiler: A bad private review is likely why your impressions/ranking can drop even when you are getting 5* public reviews. More info here: https://www.Fiverr.com/support/articles/360010544097-Feedback-and-ratings 8. What is Seller Plus and how do I join? Seller Plus is invitation only. You can be added/invited to the waiting list. Seller Plus does not give you more impressions / orders. It does give you a Customer Success Manager, enhanced analytics, Buyer insights, coupons, early payouts, access to events that can help build your Fiverr knowledge and a few other things. BUT literally all of this knowledge is already available if you’re willing to look for it. So, search the forum!!!! More info here: https://www.Fiverr.com/support/articles/360017140717-Seller-Plusoverview?segment=Seller 9. What are the Seller levels and when will I get TRS? Seller levels are explained at the link below. TRS is NOT guaranteed. Level 2 Sellers that have met the requirements are handpicked by Fiverr’s editorial team. You can lose your TRS Seller level if your performance / Buyer satisfaction score drops. Even if your reviews are perfect, maybe your private reviews aren’t, maybe your profile/gigs aren’t looking premium enough, maybe there are already enough TRS in your category. Some Sellers wait years to get promoted, and some never get it. You can be hugely successful without being TRS. I know of a seller that did over $300K last year and they are Level 2. More info here: https://www.Fiverr.com/levels 10. What are Buyer levels and what do they mean? Fiverr Business is a service that Fiverr offers to help business Buyers. It is currently free but will become a paid service in the future. Fiverr handpicks Sellers to appear on the Fiverr Business marketplace. Fiverr Select are Buyers that have made a certain amount of purchase / spent a certain amount. Treat all these Buyers the same way - with respect and courtesy. More info here: https://www.Fiverr.com/support/articles/360011920618-Fiverr-Select-Buyer-loyalty-program https://www.Fiverr.com/support/articles/360010396097-Fiverr-Business-overview?segment=business 11. What are promoted gigs and why can’t I use them? Promoted gigs are a way to appear higher in search results. Is it worth it? Depends what price you sell at and how much the CPC is. This is your business and I think you should test new things. There are certain public requirements that you need to hit to get the option to promote. There are certain private requirements that you need to hit to get the option to promote. Remember the private reviews? This can be why you can no longer promote a gig even if you’re only getting 5* public reviews. More info here: https://www.Fiverr.com/support/articles/4405489899153-How-Promoted-Gigs-works-Ad-ranking-explained?segment=Seller 12. How do I deal with a cancellation after I completed the gig successfully? So, you got a 5* review and the Buyer was happy. Then suddenly the gig is canceled and you have had the money that you earned taken from you. Fortunately there is a protection scheme in place. Read the link below and contact CS to (hopefully) resolve this. More info here: https://www.Fiverr.com/support/articles/360010978618-Chargebacks-and-Seller-protection 13. How do I say 'no' to difficult customers or customers with inappropriate budgets? Most Buyers are great. Occasionally you can get one with unrealistic expectations, budget or someone that is just plain rude. It is always best to be respectful and polite, otherwise you may get reported and earn a warning. If they are offensive or inappropriate then block and report them. More info here: 14. My gig was deleted by Fiverr, others weren’t, this is unfair!! No, it (probably) wasn't unfair. Fiverr can’t keep up with all of the gigs that violate the Terms of Service. Some Sellers have had thousands of positive reviews, and then the gig gets deleted. You just got caught. That’s all. It’s not unfair. That’s life. Get over it. Others just haven't been caught yet. Next time, read the ToS, check your gig is allowed and contract CS if you are not sure. If you really think this is unfair / a mistake then contact CS. 15. Should I do free work? No. No, No, No. You will make yourself a target for Buyers that want to take advantage of you. If someone says they want to 'test you' send them a link to your Fiverr portfolio. Remember the phrase 'free has no value'. 16. Read the ToS!!! Read the Forum!!! Read the Help Center!!! Seriously, if you don’t then you are just being lazy. (The truth hurts). 99.9% of lazy people aren’t successful in life. (The truth hurts). They are also likely to be the ones that complain that life is unfair. (The truth hurts). https://www.Fiverr.com/terms_of_service https://www.Fiverr.com/support/Seller If you read all of this then you deserve a medal. 🏅 If you now think about it, take action and implement what all the great posts linked here suggest then then you deserve a medal AND to be successful! 🚀 As mentioned above this post doesn't cover everything, but does cover a lot of common issues / questions. Now it's on you to make the changes you need to be successful. GO DO IT!!!
  12. Hi, I had a client on a 10 blog sub and they disappeared after the first 2 but the sub kept rolling. 2 months (or so) later they've submitted the requirements for all 8 of them at once and I can't get them all done in the usual time frame as I'm "unavailable" for my wedding this week. I've spoken to the client about extending at least a few of them so that I can get them done which they said was fine but now they aren't replying to any messages or extension requests. I'm not sure what to do or what I can do because I don't want 8 late orders or cancellations when the client has already agreed. Any ideas?
  13. I was recently contacted by a buyer who has the blue "Fiverr Business Client" tag. However, his account has no pfp, 0 reviews, and was created in July 2022 (the current month). He's asking for a sampled beat from me, but included very suspicious sounding background context about a large business deal proposition, referring to it as a "contractable agreement" (See attatched screenshots). I explained that I'd be happy to work on an order from my gig for him to start off, because I'm not gonna work outside of fiverr after just meeting him. He's now asking for a sample prior to even making an order, and requesting that I lower my prices ($25 is my highest bundle, so already very low). This obviously screams scam to me, but my only hesitation comes from the "Business Client" tag that he has. After further investigation about fiverr business users, I noticed that they are monitored and regulated which wouldn't make sense that he is verified as one. I'm wondering if I should just ignore/report this guy or if he is somehow reputable. Any help is greatly appreciated.
  14. Hello dear reader! 👋 I'm a beginner - I do digital media stuff and I recently finished my portfolio website. I just want to hear some professional advice if my portfolio work (under headline 'Portfolio' good enough for applying for jobs like e.g. Junior Digital Designer/Content Creator,... or if it still looks very unprofessional. (I also consider to also be a freelancer for small projects here at fiverr some day.) So, you need to know, I'm from Austria, therefore my website is written only in German language, but it would be very helpful, if you could take a glimpse at my WORK on my site, through DESIGNER / CONTENT CREATOR EYES 😉 & give me a short feedback. --> What I already see through my eyes and not worth mentioning: I know, it's not a really good portfolio site (like one with case studies) and I have to learn the design software and practice. It would be very nice from you!
  15. I am new here on fiverr. Please visit my fiverr gig https://www.fiverr.com/share/xeQd5B
  16. buyer order a gig with mono color description. after i deliver the work, they asking for revision which demand a full color of it. i reply with the gig they choose is the mono-color if they want full color i can upgrade the order. they go to resolution center and ask to dispute the order since i didn't give them full color. if i dispute it will it affect my rating? is there anything i can do so it will not affect my rating? Thank you for your time.
  17. Please give your expert opinions on my created. So I can find a path to improve myself.https://www.fiverr.com/share/lmN3Lb Appreciate your time ☺️☺️
  18. During the last few weeks, we opened 2 new categories which include 7 new services - stay up to date! Meet Fonts & Typography! This new and exciting category offers services in font design, typography, hand lettering, and calligraphy. Find out more here -> https://fiverr.com/categories/graphics-design/fonts-typography Say Hello to Design Advice! This brand new category offers mentorship services for designers, review & consultation, and 1:1 lessons. Find out more here -> https://fiverr.com/categories/graphics-design/design-advice
  19. Hi everyone! I am about to be a top seller soon and I was wondering everyone’s experience with being a top seller. Does this mean your views get incredibly high and you are on the front page constantly? Also if you have any tips for a top seller that would be great as well? For example should I increase my prices? Thanks a lot and have a great week!
  20. Hi all my valuable Fiverr community, Today, I received an unfair rating from my client. So, I would like to ask you all for your idea or solution on how to deal with such issue. Here is how it all started. While customizing my client's order, everything went smoothly. Although he did not come up with enough details or references for which he wanted me to follow, he agreed upon all the brand-new writing info and format which I outlined through my own research from scratch for him. He liked what I drafted for him, and I was so happy for that. And I thought that everything would go as perfectly as plan. As the deadline arrived, I completed the work for him just on time, on point, and on agreement. There was no requirement left unfulfilled. Before we ended the deal, I did even ask him if he had any feedback on my work so that I could polish the final-best outcome for him. So, he went through my submission and gave me a little feedback that I had to do a little touch up on. And of course, I did what he suggested. Eventually, he accepted my submission without having any other comment, and left me a review shortly after. The moment I got notified that he left me a review, I was so glad and rushed to give him my good genuine feedback for him as I had no doubt nothing went wrong. The surprising thing was, he left me with a 3.7 star rating which made me feel so shocked and disappointed. Also, I believe it is kind of unfair. I have never received such a low rating so far since I have been working on Fiverr platform for 1.5 year. I understand that getting less than a 5-star rating is truly normal in such service proving industry especially when we as a seller cannot satisfy our client to their ultimate need. However, what I intuitively think “UNFAIR” is when my client did not give me a realistic idea on what I lacked behind to achieve his need, but he ended up giving an instant unfair rating to my profile. The truth is through his rating, he mentioned everything is good in communication (4 star), service as describe (4-star), but recommendation (3-star), in which I suppose I deserve better. For this reason, it absolutely saddens me as a thriving seller who holds a title as “Fiverr’s Choice”. I always have a strong pursuit to deliver my clients the most compelling outcome for what they paid for. Therefore, when such an unfair-outlier rating appears, I really need our Fiverr’s community to advise me on how to deal with this kind of scenario. All your constructive feedbacks on this issue are wholeheartedly appreciated. Thank you. Best Regards, Winniekim
  21. Hi all, I am seeking advice here from full-time Fiverr freelancers that are Level 2 & top rated sellers, who have spent years working on the platform. Thank you in advance. I am working as a full-time freelancer on Fiverr and on another famous platform. For my freelance business needs, I need to prove the work done and the services I offered as a freelancer on these platforms to local and foreign authorities. I need to to get credible and legitimate evidence of my work and services to claim my "professional experience", that in my case would be the WordPress Website Design & Development service. I was able to collect evidence from the other platform in the form of invoices billed to clients, however, in case of Fiverr I cannot do that as "Fiverr does not issue invoices for sellers". I need some form of evidence from Fiverr. If I am unable to do that my professional working experience on Fiverr , unfortunately, would be considered ZERO. And, yes, I have requested statements of earning from Fiverr as well but that only proves the "earned revenues" not the "services given" as a freelancer. Kindly advice me on my given situation, I need to know how experienced "Level 2 & top rated sellers" claim their professional work experience on Fiverr as there is no official document that supports the claim and testify about your experience on Fiverr as a seller. I have another query, has anybody "issued invoices to Fiverr", if so I would like to discuss the process with you. As per the support representative: "Please bear in mind that Fiverr does not issue invoices for sellers, but sellers can issue invoices to Fiverr to report their earned revenues to the tax authorities if it is needed. These invoices don't have a specific form and you can create them as you wish. You can send invoice to the invoice to support@fiverr.com or mail it to our TelAviv headquarters." Kind regards, Fatimeh R
  22. hallo fellas , i would like to ask each one of you to participate with an advice or help for new users to land their first order and between those new users is me , appreciate it in advance and have a great day or night !
  23. I am so blessed to be a member in fiverr community
  24. Hi all! I'm a new seller on Fiverrr. And I've just come across the problem of no reviews. I'm interested to read how buyers feel about sellers without reviews but with Gigs. Do you risk ordering from newbies without a rating? Does it meet your expectations? Also, perhaps personal stories and tips from sellers without reviews who were able to find their first customer. Please share your experiences😃
  25. 🥇Congratulation on your achievement. Level-1 is one of the most important stage in Fiverr journey. To enjoy this stage you must ensure these points: Amazing gig image and video, specially the primary gig image/video. Killer sales converting gig description. Awesome work quality. Best support to your buyers. Great with repeat business opportunity. Know some facts before you know more about the adventure of the Level-1 stage. TRS is a manual process so not every people get it though they complete the requirements to be nominated for TRS (Top Rated Seller), So I'm skipping TRS part from this post. And also skipping the new seller. This post only for Level1 and level 2 comparison. Number of Level 2 sellers are double than level 1 sellers usually in Fiverr for maximum categories. When anyone search with a specific keyword in fiver, Fiver shows a list of gigs for 20 pages (sometimes 21 pages) for that specific search keyword. Each page contain 48 gig means total 960 gigs for maximum for a specific keywords. So basically ranking is actually are you listed within this 960 (maximum) or not. According to my personal opinion based on research for a year, There is always a competition in ranking and metrics within the level as well. It means competition between sellers within other same level sellers. So when you're in a specific level, your ranking will depends on how good your gig, your work, your reputation than all other sellers from that specific level. There is some quota for each level and also shuffling system to give opportunity to others. So by using that quota if you're one of the best one in active list/waiting list, you will be enlisted within this 960 gigs. It could be from page 1 to page 20 anything. That's the reason you see mixture level sellers in search result. Facts of Level 1 seller stage you should know: (Once you go best with above points) Level 1 is mostly get good at ranking and easier. as I said number of level 1 seller is about half of level 2 seller. And your first competitors are Level 1 sellers and also you are blessed with a good numbers of quota for each specific keywords you're using. So the low competition for ranking than a level 2 seller. Level 2 requirements are far ahead than level 1. $2000, 50 orders and 120 days selling seniority is the main difference than all other level. So you're getting a long way to establish yourself with low competition. With this low competition advantage you can establish your reputation, create great opportunity for repeat business with numerous buyers. This is the actual key to run smoothly when you will be promoted to the most competitive stage level 2. Pricing is not directly related to the level actually. For pricing phenomena, you can read more at You must ensure the Awesome work quality, best support to take the advantage of this stage. Generally I will suggest to be more dedicated in this stage. Good performance as a level 1 seller will be more effective in your level 2 stage. As number of level 2 sellers are higher, so there will be huge competition and also you're in a competition with newly promoted to level 2 seller and already established highly reputed level 2 sellers. So I suggest you to get yourself perfectly ready to face the challenge of Level-2 seller with a great achievement of buyer network, repeat business, work quality, best support within this level 1 ***Again repeating, this all are my personal opinion based on my personal research. I am not an official person and also, I do not guarantee that this is the facts Fiverr follow. Thank you.
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