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  1. The number of first-time freelancers is on the rise. An increasing number are realising the benefits of being their own boss and having a flexible work schedule. Understand your target market Be flexible Be clear on costs Get compliant Make a good first impression Go to market Stay motivated Stay knowledgeable Get organised Focus on clients relationship Be upfront
  2. If you're like me, you use Fiverr as a buyer and a seller. As I buyer I decided to make buyer request to get some offers for some art I needed, and one of the things that happened during this process was that sellers wouldn't just send me an offer but they would go to my profile and message me directly. Seeing a flood of messages I could in no way respond to all of them, so I just went through them and deleted anything that didn't fit with what I needed, this was a huge mistake, as it turns out that any messages you get when in buyer mode counts towards your message response rate and message response time stats and by deleting these messages from people I wasn't interested in working with, I've made my message response rate 33% which is in the red for my stats, which is not good, it also inflated my response time to 9 hours as I decided to make the buyer request and sleep on it to go through everything the next day. Long story short, if you use Fiverr as a seller to also buy things using buyer requests, use a different account to avoid ruining your stats.
  3. So, I started using fiverr within the last year or so as a means of diversifying my income and getting experience in freelance editing. I sort of had an idea that I would be encountering some strange offers, considering the nature of the site. What I wasn't prepared for was the almost complete lack of protections for sellers on this site. I should be able to decline any gigs I get, especially if the buyer is asking for something I'm not comfortable with doing or is blatantly ignoring my own boundaries or criteria. I should also be able to decline gigs if for some reason I have a bunch of gigs in line--why does the timer start immediately anyways? I have a life outside of fiverr and can't always be at it's beck and call the minute someone else is looking for me! I try to check everything in a timely manner, but I'm human and have a lot going on! A timer shouldn't start until I ACCEPT the gig. The way the site is currently set up, I feel like it's so easy for sellers to be taken advantage of or harrassed into working. The fact I have to request the buyer to also cancel is absurd, or the fact that in order to get anything done you have to approach customer service is... inefficient. Not being able to decline offers is the #1 reason I'm considering leaving, to be honest. I don't feel protected here.
  4. Thanks to Allah! I have completed 10+ Order. My name is Ishtiaqbappy and I am new to seller. Can someone please advise me on how I can rank my Fiverr gigs?
  5. For Freelancers 1.Tell us about yourself? 2.What niches you write in? 3.How did you get into freelancing? 4.What challenges you face as a freelancer? 5.What kept you going while facing adversity? 6.Favorite client to work with? 7.Would your client mind being interviewed? For Clients 1. How did you find your freelancer? 2. What made you chose that freelancer? 3. How did your freelancer solve your problem? 4.Have you referred your freelancer to other client's? 5.How often you use your freelancer?
  6. I have been in fiverr since 2020 but I have not got a buyer despite having high quality gigs 😅. Can someone help me get my first client or possibly give me advice? I would appreciate
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