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  1. Please,suggest me anyone, how to grow rating on forum.
  2. Hello! I've spent a little over three months on fiverr and will soon achieve level two badge! (probably on 15th of Jan). Here's a few generic thoughts on how to interact on this forum and how to get sales over marketplace! Marketplace tips: 1. The most important tip for new sellers on fiverr is to just follow the basics. Creating a gig is/should be an art; writing a few incoherent sentences and using a stolen image/thumbnail won't get you any sales. Yes, you need to know what's you niche? Is it situated or super situated? If it's super situated, do you've something unique to offer? No, a logo your momma thinks is the best one doesn't count. 2. Staying online anywhere, even on an app that's magical and may make you a king of the world beneath Bermuda triangle wouldn't get you sales, let alone staying online on this forum. 3. You absolutely are responsible for your own success and failure, don't expect anyone else to help you. 4. You need to send custom offers only on those buyers requests you are confident enough you can go above and beyond on. Remember, getting an order isn't your aim, rather aim at providing the kind of quality you would be proud off. 5. The freelancing world is dynamic; it changes every time so you need to pace up and run as faster as you can to be able to maintain your business. Otherwise, you're doomed and nobody cares. 6. I understand how important your first, second, third, or tenth, etc. order is for you, it doesn't matter for us and we don't care. You need to be silent in your journey and not to waste your time on providing us with the irrelevant info we may not notice. Spend that energy on your business and find your target customers. Tips about this forum: 1. There are a few icons that you can use for thank-you, good, yes, haha, confused, etc. so spamming the forum with those words is unnecessary, unwarranted, and rude. 2. It is understandable that we are a mixed bag of Asians, Europeans, Americans, Australians, and Africans and not all of us speak English as a first language; however, regurgitating prawns isn't acceptable. You must work on improving your English before plunging into the arena of international business. 3. Staying active 24/7 is absolutely NONSENSE and don't listen to anyone who tells you to do this. 4. It is annoying to post questions about certain things that are already answered in ToS, community guidelines, or in previous posts. So just ask questions about the unique situations you're caught in and you can't find a solution for. 5. Dear, sir, bro, sir, I will p*** for you, etc. are considered to be rude, so...... Refrain from using such terms. 6. Last tip, you're not an employee but a freelancer, an independent contractor, so be like one. Please pray for me!
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