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  1. As an experienced buyer, I still find it daunting to filter thru thousands of gigs to find the right sellers. After hundreds of gig purchases, sometimes, I still get swindled by a newbie seller. Although, it's 2nd nature to me now, my 1st purchase was confusing and an overall bad experience. A newbie buyer ordering from a newbie seller is basically, blind leading the blind. Neither one of you are sure how things work. One of you should have the experience to guide the other one on how to order, accept, and other questions. Tips for new buyers: 1. Don't worry about levels, that's useless. 2. Look for sellers with at least 200 reviews. This will ensure the reviews are legit. Unfortunately, there are still scammers who buy or trade reviews. 3. Look at gig picture. Does it look nice or sloppy? Is it stolen off the internet (right click & reverse search) or original? 4. Actually read the sellers description on that gig. It doesn't matter what kind of gig you are buying, there is a universal sign for troublesome sellers: * Bad grammar, misuse of punctuation, incoherent sentences, etc. * Short description is a bad sign. The seller should write out what they will deliver and what they expect from you (the buyer). * Sloppy description means sloppy delivery. If you see things like: Sir, Dear, etc. Not a good sign. 5. Do not message them via inbox, unless it's necessary. As a buyer, once you contact a seller that way, they have unlimited access to contact you. It's a headache. * Most established sellers should know better but not all of them follow the rules. You can get spammed with buy one get one free offer that you don't need or want. * If you find a great seller that you are confident about then by all means have a convo with them about the order. * If you have to message them, don't do a, "Hello, are you there." They may think you are a spammer. Add your question that wasn't answered in the gig description. 6. I know that there are different customs around the world where price negotiations are an every day thing. This platform is not one of them. Don't ask for a discount or offer them future work. There is no way to guarantee that. Established sellers will politely tell you to go away and then block you. 7. Regardless of who you hire, order a sample gig first. If they don't have a sample gig, it's okay to ask them, "Can I ask for a $10 or $20 sample?" * They can send you a custom offer where they can do a small portion of your project. Afterwards, either you fit or not. Don't ask for modifications on a sample order. * Don't ask for free samples. Time is money. You're not sampling wedding cakes for free, this is a freelance platform, pay for it! * If sample is good or fits your need, discuss the project and place order. * If sample isn't what you wanted, say thank you and go elsewhere. Just chaulk up your $20 as cost of doing business. Note: In order for me to have found some really amazing sellers, I had to spend money on not so good and/or nightmare sellers. Don't let your first experience be a bad one. Buy from an established, well rounded seller. After you've gained experience in buying, then you can trek into the pool of newbies to get yourself that diamond in a haystack. Many great and true professional sellers have to start here as a newbie and they need a chance. Happy holidays everyone. 💙💛🤎
  2. Hello sellers, I've completed over 127 order with full ratings. Here are some super important tips for any seller out there... 1. Be a professional communicator! Your communication skills are responsible for your success here. Be super polite & professional even when the other person is not, never ever be uptight to anyone on Fiverr. 2. Reply to all the inquires super fast, if you don't, some other seller will take the job before you. 3. Buyers to avoid! Buyers who never use the words such as "Thanks", "Thank you!", "Please", "Appreciated". Avoid buyers who don't seem nice & polite. Always reply like writing a professional e-mail, or at-least one time when writing very first response. I avoid buyers who ask for free demo before placing an order. I don't know about your gig category, but if your work is high quality & decent, set your price high but reasonable. Never force a buyer to buy your gig when you're not getting any orders. Someone who's really interested in your work, will order. Don't leave bad ratings to the buyers unless you have a valid reason. If you do, you'll never get an order from that buyer in the future. 4. Provide a top notch result to every buyer. Always try to give the best quality than anyone else out there, always work hard for each order. Trust me, you'll end up getting plenty of orders. I wish you full success for selling on Fiverr. Love & peace! SIMAR
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  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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