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  1. 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
  2. I am sure I am not the only one here who finds the following unacceptable: a large number of buyers, I would say at least 70%, ask for FREE voiceover samples to be heard by their clients before buying my services. the demo gallery is available to everyone. what are the demos for if I have to make samples for free avery time? these sly clients obviously won't show their customers my price list, because they will underpay my work and then re-sell it outside fiverr. besides, it is likely that these buyers will use my free demos (and those of many other fiverr sellers) to build their own library of talents to resell at higher prices. these buyers usually promise long term jobs, the truth is they never come back. and I assume this happens in all categories. the price of gig is already ridiculous here on fiver. out there, in the real world, prices are much higher. everyone knows. fiverr as usual doesn't respect in any way the sellers. you say "this is how it works, it's free market" ??? I DON'T WORK FOR FREE! fiverr forbids talks outside the platform, preventing me from having private negotiations with my clients. so why buyers can resell my work outside fiverr? they also resell my broadcast rights! is this acceptable? NO! I think fiverr should necessarily do something. integrate some sort of paid-samples-option and pretend buyers to respect the hard work of the sellers. Do you agree on that or not? What can we do besides deny such requests? I am done.
  3. Hi, Anyone shares your first experience how dealing with a new seller ? Question for only buyers Thank You.
  4. So, what are we supposed to do with this kind of requests?
  5. 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
  6. I have noticed many sellers who are posting on buyers' requests and putting their profiles links. If you are a good seller looking to find a client on buyers' requests don't waste your valuable time on such job post or rather any link on buyers' requests that start with www.fiverr..... ..And I think Fiverr should come up with a button that will enable people to flag such posts for the sake of the platform authenticity.
  7. I am honestly fed up with BR. It's been two weeks, and it keeps getting worse. First, it was showing the exact 5 requests for a whole week. Now new requests are piling up with old requests that are from May!! I contacted CS about it like three times. They said they are working on it, and that after a few days things will be fine. Yesterday, I noticed that fiverr was down for a moment, and buyers requests seemed to be normal but it was normal for JUST AN HOUR. And what's soooo weird is the same old requests have less to zero offers. Even the new ones have nooo offers, and they'll have nooo offers the whole day and also those that have offers, their offers will seemingly decrease. The whole thing is a mess. I have tried "manually" removing the old requests but they always come back! Didn't know to put this as a ranting plot, report bug, or fiverr questions, but whatever. Is anyone experiencing this? Has anyone's BR been normal since yesterday after fiverr was down? And has anyone sent offers lately, and has gotten responses?
  8. Dear Everybody! I am drawing attention: ▶️Only those 10 buyers Request have been showing for the last 15 hours, ▶️Do you have the same situation?
  9. Hi! Everyone. I'd like to share my tips on buyer requests. I know they are alot of forums on this but I'd like to share my own tips and my experience I'm a new seller. I joined fiverr back in April. It took me almost 2 months to get my first order. I'd send 10 requests everyday, hoping to get my first order. I read so many articles, watched videos, did almost any kind of research on this buyer request but no orders, and then one day I finally got orders. Not one but two orders. Since then, most of my orders come from buyers request, and I'm about to become a level 1 seller I want to share my tips so that you don't have to go through all that. Being a new seller with no reviews is difficult. You have no reviews to show that what you do has integrity, and that makes things tough. But every seller was a new seller at one point. If you're a new seller with no reviews. You only have words that you'll type to send that offer that has to captivate the buyer. But don't get me wrong, these tips are for New seller with reviews and no reviews Tip 1: if you're new and wonder why you see little to no requests, the reason is you mostly likely have just 1 active gig. Atleast have 4 gigs running but not on the same category. Even better, maximize your gigs. For example: you're a graphic designer. You can have a gig on vector illustration, logo designing, t-shirt merchandise design, anime design etc. Requests depend on the type of service (category) you provide. This way, you'll have more requests on different services you provide. Tip 2: NEVER EVER send the same template offer to every single request. PLEASE DON'T DO THAT. And DON'T COPY OFFERS "Hello, I've worked for the past blaaaah blah years. I'm experienced blah blah. I'm profressional blah blaahhh." You're new please, how will they know that you're a professional with ZERO reviews. "I've understood that you.. (copied and pasted the requirement the buyer needs) blah" They are buyers that can SENSE that you just copied and pasted their requirements without understanding it. Most buyers can KNOW if your offer is just a template with no meaning. These buyers are human, and you are human. Treat them with a humanly response. Read carefully and tell them what you've understood in your own perspective, and if you feel you have an idea of how to go about it, tell them the idea. This will show that you've read their request and buyers will be interested. Tip 3: Ask questions when NECESSARY. I know most of these articles say "Always ask questions. You're not obliged to ask questions because requests are different. Some requests have little requirements and others have stated exactly everything they need. But even those requests that have stated everything they need, can make you wonder what exactly else they need. Read carefully. If there's something you havent understood or you feel something is missing in their requirements. ASK. For example: Some buyers can write a whole story about what they need as an illustration, but you're not sure what type of illustration they want. Ask. Example 2: "I'm looking for someone to make a YouTube thumbnail for my videos" and you might ask yourself for what kind of videos, is it motivational videos, gaming videos? You obviously have such questions in your head. So ask them when you ecounter such requests. Tip 4: Don't let desperation get to you. There are 3 points in this. 1. You're new and you desperately want a review or more reviews, and by doing this you lower your value of your work to get a review. What I mean by this. Is that you offer to some requests that don't make sense. They ask for something that should be worth like $100 but they say their budget is $5. Don't do that to yourself. Don't waste your precious time and don't devalue your precious services all for a review. When you come across such. Don't waste your time and try to send an offer. Run as far as you can from such. 2. NEVER Contact the buyers. PLEASE NEVER DO THAT. You don't want to get spammed, do you? Let the buyer contact YOU, not the other way round. Even if you desperately need the job and you know you can exactly do what they want. Just don't All buyers that you can contact, joined as sellers. It's only sellers that can have a "contact me" button. Correct me if I'm wrong. 3. Don't offer to requests that you know you CAN'T do the job. Don't ever do that. Tip 5 Make sure that in your offer, you state "Contact me". You can say "Contact me if you're interested in working with me" etc Why? Is because you're reducing your chances of cancelling your order. You and your buyer have to be sure that you're fit for the job. Some buyers might contact you and ask for a free sample or sketch. Make sure that what you're sending has your WATERMARK. Some buyers steal your hard work services
  10. I'm a new seller on Fiverr. I want to know, what is the correct way to approach buyers in buyers request? I have offered my gig service to more than 12 buyers but none has responded. I have no previous order to showcase my work to build credibility. Thank you
  11. Hai Expert, I am new at fiver. Didn't get any order yet now. Fiverr said i can reply 10 buyer request total per day. But most of the cases only one or two buyer request fully match with my skill And few buyer request partially match with my skill. In that cases what will i do. Would you people will advise me some tips of answering buyer request?
  12. It's been a nice while and whenever i check buyer requests i see these gibberish phrases in a lot of of them. usually at the start of the request. i.e. what are those, so weird? doesn't make sense to me at all! 😵
  13. From 3 days, I am seeing this old buyers request and no new buyers request are coming. Should I contact CS for this problem. Need some suggestions
  14. How many gigs are necessary to get buyers request?
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