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  1. Today is the 25th of February and it marks exactly one year since I created my seller account on Fiverr. I thought it would be a good opportunity to reflect on this journey and share my experience with you. ✍️ After setting up my profile and my first gig, it took me about two weeks to receive my first order. To my surprise, the client wasn‘t exactly asking for what I was offering, but after some researching and trying different things, I managed to find a solution and deliver what they needed. This order as well as a few others made me realize that there‘s demand for a service that I could provide but wasn‘t focusing on. I changed my gig entirely, started learning additional software, and polished my profile regularly. 👷‍♂️ As you can see from my analytics, in the first three months (starting on February) I was barely getting any orders or making money. In fact, I was at a loss, since I invested in different software which would enable me to deliver my orders to a higher standard. ⬆️ In June, orders seemed to pick up a bit and in August I earned more than a minimum wage in Lithuania while working on Fiverr part-time. This was a great achievement for me and proof that Fiverr has the potential to be a substantial income stream if utilized correctly. 💼 In the same month, I received my first negative review, followed by a second negative review on the same day. I was distraught. I turned to the forum and found great advice from experienced sellers on how to act in this situation. My overall review score dropped to 4.7 and for the next two months, I felt the consequences of that day. 📉 Needless to say, it was a learning experience. In October, I managed to climb back to a 4.9 review score, in November my gig was chosen for a Fiverr's choice badge and in December I reached level 2 and had the most successful month up to this day. 🚀 In early January I uploaded a video to my gig. I felt confident that I can offer a better quality service than most of my competitors and raised my prices. I let my returning clients know that their next order would be discounted to make the transition a bit smoother. 🧈 Right now I‘m finishing up my main gig (designing a portfolio PDF for the gig gallery) and slowly working on additional gigs. My plan for this year is to further develop my skills, do lots and lots of market research, and have at least 3 fully fleshed-out gigs by the end. ✔️ Throughout this journey, I was an active member of the forum and it has been an invaluable experience for me. From dealing with difficult clients to mental health issues, I knew that there would be people here who are willing to help and give advice. For that, I am very grateful and I hope we can continue the meaningful conversation going despite the problems this forum has been facing. 💖 Overall, Fiverr has been a great experience so far and I get excited thinking of ways I can and will improve. I still have lots to learn, but for some reason, I feel calm about the future. 😎 Do you guys have interesting stories from your own time on the platform? I would be very curious to learn how you got started, grew, and achieved the goals you set out for yourselves. 😉 Here‘s to our future goals and achievements! 🏆
  2. Hello Freelancers Hope you all are doing well. Being a freelancer is easy but in order to become successful freelancer, you need to be more active, always ready to serve your every respective clients. Lets talk about myself. Who am I as a person: ********************************************* I am the owner of Trin IT Solution. I also working as a digital marketing trainer on ICT-LEDP GOVT. project at the same time running my own IT Training Center in Bangladesh. To learn more plz follow me . Thanks in advance.
  3. Today I got Level-1 batch. I had successfully done 14 order.
  4. Freelance has been the way of life for independent professionals who want to avoid the traditional eight-to-five office career. Equipped with skills, a laptop, and good internet connection, anyone can start earning money, even at home. Many freelancers face several problems as they begin their business. There are challenges like: Finding your first client Working on projects that fit your skill set Expanding your network for more opportunities Knowing when to take on more work Deciding whether to increase your rates If you are new to freelancing, this article will guide you on how to optimize your earnings. If you are looking into doing freelance as a business, these 5 freelance best practices will serve as an example of how to get bigger and better projects. Find your niche Build a stellar portfolio Expand your network Package your services Learn how to write a successful sales pitch If are interested to know more these 5 best practices, comment below and I will post the full article soon.
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