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  1. 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!
  2. It's been exactly a year in my Fiverr career and today I'm upgraded to level two yesterday. 🚩Tips for new sellers out there: If you are confident enough about your skill set, you will get there sooner or later hopefully. The takeoff to Fiverr freelancing is a slow process which takes time, be patient. It's more like a marathon so you have to think one day at a time. I never pushed myself for level 2, it came throughout the hard work I put up here. Always cared about the quality of my delivery, making sure the clients gets what they are paying for. Do not go after money, focus on building your portfolio. If you are thinking about earning only, chances are your expectations will keep dragging you down. On the other hand when you start loving the work you do, you'll be surprised by the rewards by the grace of Almighty! 🚩Bonus tips: Learn from this community and work hard till the day you get some returning buyers.
  3. I've been toying with the idea of writing a post about my journey to TRS ever since I got the badge. I mean, I'm not the type of person to blow my own horn and the thought of writing this made me feel like I would be gloating. Nonetheless, I had often perused this very forum to find tips and tricks to help me grow my Fiverr business, so I thought that perhaps my story could serve as inspiration for others too. Where do I begin!? Pandemic In March of 2020, as the world descended into scenes of empty streets and "We're Closed" signs, I found myself on the brink of financial ruin. My husband had been operating a catering company with his mother while I had just opened up a kindergarten. Before the pandemic hit, things seemed to be going ok for us financially, but our meager savings wouldn't be enough to get us through the impending lockdowns. Long story short, the catering company took a dip with no parties, weddings, or corporate events happening. Schools were closed and, let's be honest, having little ones sitting in front of a screen as part of an online kindergarten program was never really going to work - not with our curriculum anyway. As a play-based school with a director who was adamant on limited screen time for children under the age of 7 (me being that director😂), there was no way I could charge parents to hold their children's placements while we were closed. Funds dried up and we were on the verge of losing everything. I have always been a voracious reader, devouring everything from business books, to articles, and more - anything I could get my hands on really. One fine evening, I came across a CNBC Make It article about a young woman called Alexandra Fasulo. I say evening, but it must have actually been about 3 in the morning and I, struggling to sleep under the weight of my stress, was mindlessly scrolling through news articles. That article changed everything. After reading about the success she had on the platform, I decided to put my skills to use. I had already been ghostwriting on and off for about 10 years at that point, but I had no idea that I could make a career out of it. You see, living in a tiny, landlocked country in southern Africa (one that doesn't even come up on many platform lists of accepted countries), we have limited resources in terms of online work. July 2020 - Signing Up The next morning, I decided to give it try, holding my breath as I scrolled to see if Swaziland would be listed as an accepted country on the platform. Bingo! There it was. Like many of you have probably done, I spent most of the next morning watching Soren's introductory video, taking the test, and setting up my first few gigs. Being driven by the need to succeed, I set to work on bidding. I bid on almost every single buyer request that popped up on my feed and I made sure to bid a fraction of the listed price. Finally, I got my first bite - a proofreading gig for $35. I went all in, creating multiple versions of this customer's document with tracked changes and suggestions. This was my first order and the first of many 5 Star ratings. I was over the moon and there was no holding me back from there. I continued bidding, night after night until the orders began to roll in on their own. I quickly made it to Level One and it was a serious shot of motivation. I found myself checking my ranking requirements daily, pushing harder each day to reach my goals. February 2021 After almost a year on the platform, our tiny 2-bedroom house was starting to feel a bit cramped. We were at home ALL THE TIME. I was working from the master bedroom and mostly at night because my husband and I also have two precious little ones - aged 3 and 5 at the time. Between homeschooling, cleaning up the kitchen a million and one times a day, playing with the kids, and taking our 4 fur-babies for walks, I was exhausted on a daily basis. But - and this is a big old but - I had this vision. My mind constantly took me back to Alexandra's article and I thought to myself, if I can just make a quarter of what she's making, our lives will stabilize. Earning in US dollar and living on South African rand makes life a whole lot rosier. 🤣 So, I kept pushing myself and by April of 2021, we had moved out of our tiny house into a 4-bedroom home on half an acre, paid down half of our debts, signed up for premium medical insurance, and could actually afford to live comfortably. For the first time in our lives, we were also able to invest money in stocks and crypto. Then came Level 2. Once that gate was opened, it was like someone had flipped a switch and I was in overdrive mode, staying up as late as I could and working my tail off. October 2021 When October rolled around, I held my breath as I reached all of the milestones for TRS. I knew that the chances of me getting it were pretty slim since some people wait years to even be considered for this level. But, I had hope. The 15th of October came and went and I didn't get so much as a message to say that I was being considered for TRS. I felt a little disheartened, but I quickly picked myself up. I looked back on how much I had accomplished. I was flooded with this sense of gratitude because I was able to provide for my family. I had created an actual business out of something that I love: writing. I had a steady income, something that most people were struggling to maintain all across the globe. I smiled and carried on with my work as I had always done, telling myself "If it comes, great! If it doesn't, I'm still grateful." November 2021 It was a normal day when I got that fateful message. Well, normal in our household anyway. My husband was out running errands and I decided to take the time to decorate the house with our kids. *Gasp* Putting up Christmas decorations before Thanksgiving! How dare she! Look, we've all had a crazy year and I absolutely love the holidays, so I set up a little earlier than normal this year. I got the familiar ping on my phone and knew it was a Fiverr notification. I just wanted to sit there - to just be with my kids in that moment and finish decorating, but I decided to check the notification. It took me a while to register what I had just read: "Congratulations! You're now a Top Rated Seller." Say what now? I laughed, I cried, I did a little dance - the kids joined in, probably thinking that mom had finally gone crazy, but it looked fun enough so they laughed too. I was beside myself. I couldn't stop smiling. I paced around the house, called my mom, then my sister, and then waited for my husband to drive through the front gate (FYI all houses out here are gated - crime rates are a bit...yeesh). I ran out onto the driveway in my socks, waving my phone around like an insane woman. He could barely put the car in park before he jumped out to hug me. It was a huge, moment for us. My Tips If you made it all the way to the end of this post, kudos to you. I tend to ramble when I'm excited. 😅 My tips for sellers that want to make it to TRS: Try to live with an attitude of gratitude; Always look back on how far you've come; Don't compare yourself to other sellers; If there is anyone you should be competing against, it's you; Listen to your gut over and above any advice (including this advice); Start slow, build up momentum with your pricing, and always try to stay on par or below other sellers in your category; Develop a customer service mentality. No, the customer is not always right, but try to make them feel as if they are. Nothing comes easily. If you want this badly enough, you are going to have to put in the hours. You are going to be exhausted, but try to find a balance. I am by no means saying that anyone should push themselves to the brink of burnout, but understand that you are a business on Fiverr and you are on your own. You are the sales staff, the accounts department, the marketer, the creative, the tax specialist, and so on. You are a one-man band. You can look at that as a burden, or as an opportunity for you to perfect your business YOUR WAY. I have seen tons of comments where people say "draw the line with your customers", "don't work late", "don't stay up and bid." They all have merit and I am not discrediting the people who have posted such things in any way, shape, or form. HOWEVER, almost every person that has made a success of their chosen entrepreneurial efforts had to make sacrifices in the beginning. I watched an interview with Robert Kiyosaki, author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad, and something that he said struck me. It went along these lines: We must do the things that make us uncomfortable - the things that we dislike, or that tire us out. We must do those things now so that we can enjoy the rewards later on. Depending on how much of the dislikeable stuff you do now, results in how quickly you'll get to those rewards. Now, guys, please don't fight me on this. I'm actually such a sensitive soul. 😂 Ultimately, this journey on Fiverr is yours and yours alone. No one is going to make the decisions for you. Trust your gut, work hard, and always be polite to your customers. How you treat people, shouldn't be hinged on how they treat you. To be honest, I haven't had that many problematic customers. As long as I communicate well with them, make small talk, get to know them, and create a relationship (no matter how short of a deadline we're on), I always find that the results are positive. I could be proven wrong at some point and, if I am, I will evolve with the new information I receive and keep on trucking. Best of luck guys. PS Use Grammarly Writing Assistant to fine-tune your bids if your English needs some work. People tend to make assumptions based on grammatical errors, even if your gig has nothing to do with writing. GWA is free!
  4. After a long time, I became update my business cards Gig. Hello Everyone! Hope all are well. I'm mamumin, Graphics Designer from Bangladesh. After long time I come back my fiverr account & updating my Gigs. So you can suggest me the better result. Thanks
  5. FIVERR RANKING TIPS Fiverr is no longer for Lazy Sellers As you know, Fiverr is one of the most popular websites today where people go to earn extra income. Gig on the First page is not that much hard but patience is the key. First thing first is your Impressions that should be more means more eyes gone through your gig, and how you can increase it- that depends on your Gig SEO. To get orders on Fiverr, the foremost thing is ranking the gig. For this, you have to do some SEO tricks to rank your gig on Fiverr 1st page. How does Fiverr’s Search Algorithm work? Let me explain with the help of an example. Let’s suppose, you want to make a gig for article writing. Go to Fiverr search bar- type Article there, note down the relevant keywords that appear in the search option like article writer, article writing, SEO article writer. Note them down. Tip: Trying using keywords that have a lower number of gigs in search results. For example, if the keyword “article writer” has 20,000 gigs search results while the keyword “article writing” has 10,000 results, go for “article writing”. Add your main keyword in the gig title and Use one or two of noted keywords in your gig’s main title. Like, I will be your SEO writer and article writer. Include relevant keywords in Description. It is the most important part that should be done wisely. Some tips: Check the gig descriptions of other successful sellers, relevant to your services. Pick ideas from their description to write yours Use related keywords in the description 2 to 3 times like article writing, article writer, blog writing, etc. Hook with a question like are you a blogger worried to attract traffic to your blog? Provide buyers solution to their problem as don’t worry, this gig will sort out your worries Describe your services with a brief intro to your experience End with a call to action Must add FAQs, at least two, and use keywords 1 or 2 times in FAQs like How many articles can you write per day? The article here is a keyword. Adding Tags: For related tags, search your main keyword that is WordPress website and filter top-rated and level 2 sellers. Then open the first 10 gigs in separate tabs. Now open MS Word or Notepad and start copying tags of all 10 gigs and paste each on a separate line. Here you got 50 tags. Find the 5 most common and repeating tags, add these 5 tags in your related keywords section while creating your new gig or updating your existing gig. Stay online 24/7 Whether you're a new seller or have an old account. Fiverr will only consider active and working sellers for ranking. You have to always be online so when buyers select “Active Sellers” in search, your Gig will be shown there. Download the Fiverr mobile app and stay online from there 24/7 or if you are online using a laptop or pc it would be better. What if you're not getting orders and have nothing to do? You can't only stay online but also wander on Fiverr and send buyer requests to show that you're working. Promote your gigs on social media platforms, Fiverr will see that you are promoting gigs continuously and genuinely. Try to get orders from buyer requests even if you're a level 2 seller and not getting enough orders. Don't get offline for a single day. It will ruin your previous progress.… Laziness in replying to the buyer will not only affect your response rate but also the chance of getting order will be gone. The buyer would have moved to some other seller. If a buyer asks something that you don't know, don't say that you can't do it. Be quick and search it on Google and try to provide the solution. The buyer will be impressed by you and can become your long-term client. So, Sacrifice your Laziness if you can't Sacrifice the Money
  6. Okay, so a buyer reached out to me in Christmas Eve. We've talked and I made a sample design for him. But, after I made a sample design for him, he said that he would reach back to me in just a couple of hours. However, he hasn't reached back to me at all so I sent him a short message if he's still interested on working with me two days after I sent the sample. I don't think he's a scammer because he also stated that he is checking other sellers that's related in my field when he first messaged me. He has also ordered services from other sellers, but it's not related to my gig whatsoever. It's 5 days already and I need some advice on what to do. Should I send a quick message again and ask if he's still interested or have found another seller? I haven't had an order for a month since I've edited my gig a few times so I'd really like to work with him. Thanks!
  7. Hi there! It's been a long time since I joined this platform. I was an active user and earned some money; my Gig holds a good ranking. Now it's been two years since I have to pause my Gigs. I did update my Gigs according to new standards, but I am not getting impressions or orders like I used to; it looks like my Gigs are not even listed in the search anymore; I need some pro tips to get back in the game. Regards
  8. Hello, Today, I have got my 2nd order and completed the order successfully with 5 star review. However, I would prefer to give few tips for all: 1. Be active enough (Not 24 hours). Is it possible to be active for 24 hours daily? who say that active 24 hours and In my view they have not proper knowledge about this. 2. Send buyer request (Not 10/all a day). Maximum buyer request requirements are critical and that is the main reason to get a perfect seller via buyer request post system. If you send 10 request a day, and suppose your buyer have accepted the request and started order Or buyer send a message but at that moment you said you can't do or completed the order, what will happened? cancel the order? Fiverr algorithm will thought your approach is not skillful or you could lose your rank because you will get a click, message but failed to gent an order or maybe you have to cancel. *** I see many spam/Funny/illogical/ irrelevant buyer request screenshot in some social media where approximately 100+ seller send a request. Is is right or logical? Therefore, Send buyer request when you can complete a project minimum 70-80% or you have knowledge or skill. 3. Make all gigs. Suppose your are a new seller and you are able to create 7 gigs. If you create 7 gigs you will have 7 opportunities/ways to get buyers. And most important part is, In a gig title you could target 2 sectors buyers. Suppose, you are a Graphic Designer. Gig title: I will design amazing business card design, modern minimalist Logo design. Here, you can see my targeted customers are form Graphic Design sector, business card and logo design. For instance, Your gig could rank in 2 sector. And, If you create 7 gigs like this can you imagine what will be the result? * Use Professional 3 images and 2 PDF * You can follow gig description but not copy. * And use low used or new keywords (minimum 2) 4. Make a portfolio website of your. Upload your best work there. If you have a portfolio site, there is a high chance to get a job from a buyer. 5. Communication skill which is most significant part. Make your communication skill as like a Pro. 6. Gig marketing. Do gig marketing in your targeted place. Do not market your gig huge time a day. If you do get order which you deserve then Fiverr algorithm will thought you gig is not perfect or you have much lacking or you are not a skillful seller. Work hard but Smartly. I request you to avoid my mistakes and pray for me. Thank you
  9. I am a new seller. Give me some tips, how can I get my first order on fiverr.
  10. Fiverr included this sweet feature called quick responses which are essentially pre-made messages that you can send to a potential buyer. Fiverr allows you to save quick responses along with a title so that you can select the best response possible for a buyer. Since we are living in the age of AI, bots, and automated responses buyers may think these Fiverr quick responses are impersonal, cold, and robotized. But trust me most of the Fiverr top-rated sellers are using this amazing innovation that Fiverr has added and became successful too. 1/After placing an order by a buyer Hello thushanxeno, Thank you very much for placing your order. I am really pleased to work with you and I will complete your work as soon as possible. I will contact you if I want to know more information about your project. I give my best to provide you the best service possible for you. If you still have questions in your mind don't hesitate to inbox me. Regards (thushanxeno) Read this. Carefully . But Don't be like Bot. Share this All Fiverr Forum. Follow 🏆 Next One After 2 or 3 Days❤️.
  11. All sellers faced to the Orders and No any client come to visit your Gigs. I need to include some thing about the Sellers. They are trying to get order but not make 100% make their skills. You need to konw about the your slef. what i can give for my buyers🙄. That is the main point you faced. All sellers came to logo designs and video edditing or graphic design subject. but they dont reseach what are the other categories and sub categories. Search it. Play your Role Then you can find the your Top Seller Dream.🏅 Thank you. thushanxeno
  12. Hi! I'm Kay, I'm experienced in project management and email marketing, please as a new seller what are the tips I can make use of to get my first order.
  13. Thanks for your order!, Your delivery is included. If there are any problems, please let me know. I'll get back to you as soon as I can. Thanks again and have a great day! 🙂 (Name)
  14. Hi fiverr forum I'm new here and very exited. I get some buyer request and send buyer req. But get no response from they. So Please some advice for how to send a properly buyer request. thank you guys. ... I wish the new year to have more smiles , love, love and fewer masks ..
  15. hello i'm orychii 🤗, illustrator from indonesia🎨 I want to ask other sellers here, tips on how to increase impressions and clicks to increase 😊
  16. Hi everyone, I'm a regular seller at Fiverr. Last month I was a Level One seller. My Fiverr Gig lost the rank since I got the level. At the same time, my gig impression and clicks are suddenly decreasing. What should I do in such a situation, please help me. Thanks for the Suggestions. profile: https://www.fiverr.com/hridoy950?up_rollout=true
  17. Hello guys, I am a New seller. Sometimes buyer want to see my protflio or previous works. I also add this Buyer Request. Can I use it. I want to create blogger site for Fiverr account without personal information. Thank you.
  18. How to identify real buyer & fake buyer suggest me some tips?
  19. I would like to send my client to Questionnaire(google Docs form), which includes some questions that I have prepared. May I send it?
  20. Hello everyone, How are you doing? Today I will discuss about gig marketing on social media specially on Quora and Linkedin. Quora and Linkedin are the most powerful media where we can get quality buyers. For getting buyers first you need to do some research about Quora and Linkedin. Then you need to create a wonderful profile on that sites. You need to know: 1. Quora is an online site where people can post questions they are having trouble answering. (Collected) Try to set up an account on quora first then find your niche related questions. You need to answers all the questions smartly and offer them to take your service. 2. Another one is Linkedin: LinkedIn is a social network specifically designed for career and business professionals to connect. (collected) Try to set up an account on Linkedin first, you can offer your service here by uploading on Linkedin with proper title, description, gig link with images and proper hashtags Thank you so much!
  21. Please comment on how can i improve my gig? This gig is related to solidity smart contract tutorial. I have seen in gig analytics that this gig is getting the most views and clicks but I don't get orders that frequently. Please check out the my gig here and my fiverr reviews: https://www.fiverr.com/nabia_s/create-a-video-showing-how-to-create-a-smart-contract?ref_ctx_id=f8aa81e9611c6ebeb5d1c5c66e59a287
  22. alhamdulillah after many days complete a order with 5 star review
  23. Why my impression is down ? How can i improve my gig impressions & clicks ? Lost click & impression Suddenly my impressions down The above topics were created and discussed multiple times in this forum, but most of the members are still with misconceptions as "Sharing the gigs in social media / marketing gigs / Stay online 24 hrs / Sending buyer requests will increasing the gig impression. What is GiG Impression Impressions means the number of times your gig displayed to Fiverr audience. There are many reasons as below: * If your gig is displayed on the Fiverr home page or is part of featured gigs * If anyone clicked on the category page of your gig, and if your gig displayed on that page, Your gig and all other gigs on that page will get 1 impression. * If someone searches with any of your gig keyword and if your gig is a part of that search result then your gig and all other gigs found on that search result will get 1 impression. * Someone clicks on any gig and your gig is displayed in the suggested gigs section at the bottom of the page then also its possible to get 1 impression. More impressions make sure that your gig gets enough visibility around fiver and gets you higher chances of getting an order. Why new sellers are complaining as impression down ? When your gigs were new and when they were shown in the "Newest Arrivals" sections, there could be a reason for the increased impressions and views at first. When Fiverr rotates the GiGs, your GiG could have lost it's ranking position and could lost the impressions. Impressions will not stay stable and it will go up and down quite frequently. Do not worry in this case as this is out of our control. How to increase gig impressions Research and apply basic popular keywords in the title, tags and gig description. This is the only way we can follow to increase the impression as far as i know.
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