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  1. I've completed 109 Project with one clients on fiverr. And still we're working together. It's been a great experience. New sellers, Always provide your best quality of works. Normally clients doesn't want to change seller. If you do a job perfectly, then he or she will messsage you again for the next job.
  2. To become a successful Freelancer, you must follow some steps- Set goals Start working for goals Now Follow a successful freelancer keep learning Pay attention to the Freelance marketplace Grow your community Chase your purpose not money Never forget your dream There are many ways to become an expert at freelancing, I share some little steps. Never give up working hard keep the focus on your dream, believe me you will be successful.
  3. Hello Family, I want to share some tips regarding my freelancing experience with you people which are following: Never try to take shortcuts, always create value for your clients, and always tend to over-deliver. This is an obvious one but Fiverr really hates cancellations or bad reviews so only take up projects that you can complete and deliver on time. Don't always tend to be extremely formal with your clients. Remember they are also humans just like you so asking someone about how their day was, would never hurt anyone. Most of my clients are very happy because I not only tend to work with them on their projects but I also tend to make sure that both of us enjoy the process along the way. From my experience, your gig ranking really depends on how consistently you deliver great work, so keep delivering projects with great ratings to keep your gig in the top ranks. Finally, make sure you strike a perfect work-life balance and spend some quality time with your friends and family every once in a while.
  4. Completed first work successfully .Thanks for every ones support. Thank you!
  5. Hello everyone, I hope you are all well. After working for about 3 months, I completed 10 orders today. It feels so good to complete 10 orders today.I know I did it for my hard work. Hopefully the future is waiting for something much better. Thank everyone, Sonjoy Chandra Barman
  6. Single gig with good skills 7 gigs in same category 7 gigs in different categories can be successful
  7. Hi, I'm a new seller on fiverr. Just like everyone else, I also want to be a successful seller. I know about researching gigs and publishing attractive ones. But there's more to it than just research and make your gigs attractive, right? What I mean is, some sellers get a ton of sales whereas some others scavenge for one. I've searched on a keyword and seen a seller having 60+ orders in queue, whereas the next gig had none. Both were on the top row of the first page. I'm no expert. I'm a new seller and want to learn. I'm just asking, why? What's the secret? I don’t expect someone to spill out all the secrers, but any tips will help. Thanks!
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