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  1. Alhamdulillah! Finally got the dream badge "Top Rated". We are waiting for it last 2 years. All credit goes to Coder71 Team and our valuable Buyers. Always tried to be Honest, Dedicated, and provided Good Quality Work.
  2. 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!
  3. Folks, I hope you're doing so well. It's been over 2,3 years that I'm working on my profile and earned over $50K+. I've completed all the requirements for becoming a TOP RATED SELLER, but still not getting. I tried to reach out Fiverr, they said that it is a handpicked program, so things will be evaluated manually. I'm very good at communication 99% of clients are happier with me I have a lot of repeating clients, it means anyone gets help from me, comes back to me for sure I've been ranking on 1st page for most of the keywords Now, I'd like to have some guidelines from Top Rated sellers, maybe they can guide me something? Rabia R.
  4. Hello Everybody! With the grace of Almighty Allah, I have fulfilled every requirement to be a TOP RATED SELLER about 6 months ago. As Fiverr hand pick TRS, thereby, I couldn't get the badge yet. Do you guys have any suggestions that will help me to boost my profile/gig. Of course, rank doesn't matter but, psychological speaking it gives you a relaxing feel when you see TRS BADGE on the profile. 😉😉 Anyhow, I wish everyone best of luck and praying for everybody to shine like stars. Cheers!
  5. Evaluations happen today and I know that I’ll be demoted due to not having 90% on time delivery (I’m at 89%). My husband was in the hospital at the end of April and we found he was in heart failure. Life spiraled out of control for a few weeks and I missed several delivery dates, dropping my stat. I have been working like crazy to get my stat up, but it just hasn’t been enough. I just want to know how bad the demotion will be? I’m currently a top rated seller. Will I be demoted all the way back to no level? I’ve worked so so hard to get to this point on fiverr, I’m devastated that I’ll lose my standing. It feels like an extra kick when I’m already down. Any info is appreciated. Thank you.
  6. Hi fiverr community, I am so happy that i am a member of this community. Because of work i did not had much time to spend here. But i love to spend time here so i came back when i got some time. I have question to fiverr community leaders . What do you saw in a seller account for giving the Top rated badge? I did all requirements Fulfill in last year 2020. which is recommended by fiverr. But still I did not get My dream Badge. When I asked for it in Support they answer me that you are providing it. So my question is what criteria depends to get it?. I am working on label and packaging design. I did 860+ work. 682+ positive review. 41k+ enrings. My gig always be in first page. every month I do at least 20-25 orders. My average selling price above of 60+. no cancelation. so what else do you need to give a Top rated badge to me? I am really looking for your answer. Thank you so much for your time. Sawoda Sumi Level 2 seller
  7. I was so amazing for fiverr! When I tried to start working on fiverr, I didn't know if this platform is amazing but current now, my monthly income is over than 25K USD and so far for 10 months, I earned over than 280 K USD
  8. So many people on the forum! Yes I worked hard, had wonderful buyers, dealt with some tricky buyers, had a solid SSM and always tried to over deliver but I could not have done it without the wealth of advice and kindness that other sellers (and some buyers!) offer here - THANK YOU! Seriously, I learned so much from you all, from gig optimization to how other aspects of the platform worked to keeping my head in a good space when things were an uphill battle. There are too many of you to mention but special thanks to @frank_d @lloydsolutions @vickiespencer @newsmike @vibronx @miiila @zeus777 @mariashtelle1 @humanissocial @uk1000 @catwriter @melanielm @yannisenglish @visualstudios @smashradio. @jonbaas You have all taught me new things, shown me different perspectives and rightfully challenged and changed my opinions on different subjects. You all give up your time to contribute in a way that helps others to be successful. This is wonderfully kind and generous. I know the forum can suck sometimes, it can be akin to buyer requests but you are all a light in the darkness! (I know that's cheesy as hell). Anyway, I don't know many that would appreciate how much this promotion means to a seller (and I know levels aren't everything and I can be demoted) but I wanted to share my thanks and good news with the people who helped get me here. Maybe I'll do a post on 'my journey' as some others have done, but in the meantime I'm going to go buy a coffee and a donut (2 donuts) and enjoy the feeling. THANK YOU!
  9. I have worked on fiverr around 1 year. but I completed too much jobs around 310 GIG Completion and earned around 30K USD per month, so far I earned around 280 K USD. then I am still 2 level seller. If some have experience to become top rated seller, please let me know Thanks
  10. Finally, I've completed TRS all requirements, I always tried my level best to do outstanding work on Fiverr. Can anyone tell me that how long now I need to wait for TRS badge if I'm worth of it? How many revolution does Fiverr take for manual review? Note: Senior sellers, if you have any tips for me in this stage, don't forget to tell, thanks all 🙂
  11. Alhamdulillah. I have completed 700+ orders and got 560+ buyer's review with 5.0 rating. Really happy to work on Fiverr. I worked with several types of buyers like good, bad, very bad. But always tried to handle those buyers carefully and finally made them happy. Actually good work skills and patience are the key to success. And always need to be dedicated to work. From last one year, i am waiting for TRS Badge. Dont know when i will get, but i am confident i will get Top Rated Seller Badge soon. Please pray for me🙏. Thanks
  12. Hello everyone, How are you doing? I want to share with you a great news. Today I have got my TOP RATED SELLER Badge. I started my journey from April 11,2020 . I completed my requirements within one year. But I got my TRS badge today. Happy Freelancing 🥰
  13. Hey everyone, I hope you are having an amazing day. Finally I got the TRS badge after a long wait, it's like a dream come true because I have work so hard for this. I need your opinion for the future of my gig. My gig prices are currently lower than the other TRS sellers in my field, do you think I should increase them? Or what adjustments should I make in my gig so that I can get benefit of the TRS and also maintain the quality of the work. Any tips or ideas? Thank You.
  14. Hello there, I am a level 1 seller on FIverr. I use to get a decent amount of customers everyday before I marked myself as unavailable for almost a month due to my exams. Now I am not getting any customers at all. I am not even getting good impressions and clicks. Before I used to get around 5K impressions and over 200 clicks on my GIG but now it is almost deserted. What should I do? I used to pay my high school fees from the earnings made on FIverr. Please have a look at my GIG and tell me something. GIG link- https://www.fiverr.com/share/p9pGz8
  15. There’s a big mystery about how to become a Top Rated Seller. There are lists and more lists about what it takes to be awarded the TRS badge. It occurred to me that all you need is TWO-words to follow… YOUR BRAND! Please note: This doesn’t mean you need to pay anyone to develop your brand. Branding comes from a belief, a philosophy or a mantra. If your philosophy is to “help your buyer love you and Fiverr” then I would say you have stumbled onto your personal brand and you are ready to expand your business. Of course there are many creative and technical ways to demonstrate your brand, from how you write your gig description to the way you explain your revision policy or how to handle a tricky buyer. If you stick to your brand philosophy and fall back on it when times are tough, you will be on your way to reaching the TRS. Everything you do, say, express and create should relate to who you are as a brand and DO NOT DEVIATE. CAUTION: if your brand is to show how amazing you are and how you never make mistakes or teach your buyers a lesson… then your brand may have challenges fitting into the Fiverr culture. Just saying. I can’t even tell you how many amazing sellers there are who reach the TRS technical milestones but somewhere along the way there original brand or intent may have had struggles. You can question yourself and integrity when you feel “you are right and the buyer is wrong” and trust me, this has happened to me so many times. BUT stepping away for a moment and coming back to your BRAND can help you through some of the struggles that may lead you down a dark hole. No new seller gets on the platform and says, “I want to be a jerk and upset my buyers” at least I don’t think so…. Most will say, “I want to make money for my family, or dominate the front page of Fiverr or start my own business!” But what some sellers may not do is to create your BRAND, philosophy or mission statement even before they write their first gig description. Fiverr loves your THOUGHTFUL BRAND and especially if it shows off not just you… but Fiverr too. If this post resonates with you, then the mystery of becoming a Top Rated Seller has just been solved with two words, YOUR BRAND… Yeah that’s right! Just my opinion of course. So if you will excuse me, I promised a buyer a timeline and I need to stick to it.
  16. Are you a new seller on Fiverr? Do you find it challenging to get your first order? Or are you an experienced seller but struggling to get orders? Don't worry! We've got you covered. Many people find it tough to get their foot in the door when starting on this platform. This blog post will discuss some tips and techniques that will help you get your first order on Fiverr. We will also discuss how to stand out from the competition and make yourself more visible to buyers. So, without further delay, let's get started! Gig Creation Creating a Fiverr gig that customers appreciate is critical to your success on the market. With this exceptional gig, you will get your first order! A fantastic job appears on the first page of Fiverr, receives more clicks, and transforms them into purchases. Your shows must be appealing in terms of the photos you include and address any questions your customers might have. The more helpful they appear to purchasers, the more orders you obtain. To help them reach target audiences organically, aim to optimize your gigs for SEO. Ensure including all the crucial details and make it stand out from the competition. You want to make sure your gig will be easy to find, so make sure it has keywords that are relevant to what you're selling. Now it's the right time to talk about some tips and tricks that help you throughout your freelance journey on Fiverr. Tip #01: Do Your Research Before you begin on Fiverr, it's critical to conduct your study and determine what service you'll provide. Go online and use YouTube, Udemy, and other resources to perfect your talents. When you have a solid grasp of things, you're ready to go on Fiverr. Tip #02: Choose a Strong Username First impressions are lasting, so, in the interest of your online persona, it is essential to choose a username for Fiverr that conveys professionalism and competence. A strong username reflects your brand, so if you are in web development, for example, it would be good to include words like 'web,' 'developer,' and 'design.' If you want to make the most of your Fiverr career, it's a good idea to keep your username as simple as possible. Tip #03: Build an Eye-Catching Profile Picture When you are starting, your profile picture must be professional and eye-catching. This photograph is what purchasers see first when they come across your account. You can use a photo of yourself as the profile picture. It's best to use a clear photo in focus and shows your face. If you are not comfortable using your picture, you can use a logo or an image associated with your brand. After creating your profile, you are ready to make your first gig! Yahoooooo! Tip #04: Write a Great Headline for Your Gig. Your headline is the most crucial part of your gig because it's what grabs people's attention. It should be clear, concise, and explanatory about the service you're providing. Here are a few examples of great headlines: · "I will create an amazing logo for your business in 24 hours!" · "Get a professional voiceover for your next project!" · "I will design an incredible website in just 72 hours!" Tip #05: Use Keywords in Your Titles/Headlines When creating your gigs, it is essential to use keywords in your titles. This will help clients find your gigs, and it will increase the likelihood of them hiring you. You can check keywords this way! Don't forget to check the keywords suggested by Fiverr. After that, check the search volume of each keyword and use keywords having low volume. Tip #06: List What You Will and Will Not Do. It will be best to be upfront with your potential customers about what services you offer and don't offer. This way, there are no misunderstandings about the work that you're providing. It will also help increase your trustworthiness as a seller if people know exactly what you are capable of doing. Here are a few examples: · "I will design an incredible website in just 72 hours!" · "I will not do any programming or coding for your project." · "I can create a professional voiceover for your next project." Tip #07: Describe Your Services in a Clear and Concise Manner. When writing a gig description, you should always be clear about what you're offering. This will help avoid misunderstandings and ensure that your potential customers know what they are getting. Here are a few tricks on how to write an excellent service description: · Always be concise and to-the-point · Include what you will and will not do · List what you need from the customer in order to complete the project · Include examples of your work or results that you've achieved in the past · Offer a money-back guarantee if you are unable to complete the project within the given time frame or do not meet the customer's expectations. Tip #08: Set Your Price. When it comes to setting the price for your services, it's important to remember that you get what you pay for. It is a good idea to price your services at a fair and reasonable rate for the work you are doing. You're probably aware that there are numerous inexpensive Fiverr sellers. As a result, all the sellers strive to secure their first client or perhaps obtain their first review since the essential thing is getting 5-star feedback. It's not worth it if a customer buys your service and then fails to leave you a review. However, by setting a low price on your work, you may get your first order from your first client. But never keep it too less, as stated above. Tip #09: Offer Different Packages When you're creating your gigs, it's important to offer different packages. This will give clients the option to choose the package that best suits their needs and budget. For example, if they only need a logo design and want business cards designed, they will probably choose the package that includes both services. If they only need a website, they will probably choose the package that includes website design. Tip #10: Offer a Free Trial When you are first starting, it's a good idea to offer a free trial. This will allow the client to try out your services, and it will help you build a relationship with them. Tip #11: Offer a Discount If you are unable to offer a free trial, this tip is for you! Offering a discount is another way to entice clients and get them interested in your services. Start by providing your first-time clients with a discount on their first order. This will show them that you're serious about your work, and it will help you build a relationship with them. Tip #12: Provide a Compelling Gig Description It is crucial to provide a compelling gig description when creating your gigs. This will help clients understand what services you offer and why they should hire you. Whatever you do, strive for excellence and simplicity in your gig description. Many sellers have mistakes in their grammar or spelling, which reveals only a lack of concern. That’s why buyers do not prefer those gigs having common mistakes! Tip #13: Make Your Gig Description Search-Friendly by Including Keywords. When you're writing a gig description, it's essential to use keywords related to your services. These will help potential customers find your gig when searching for specific services. The SEO-friendly gig will also assist you in reaching your goal swiftly because the description is more than simply a description of your work; it will optimize your gig to rank in the search results on Fiverr. Tip #14: Answer Frequently Asked Questions Under Your Gig Description There are some questions that potential clients commonly ask. It's a good idea to answer these questions in the FAQs section under your gig description so they can get the answers they're looking for right away. Remember that the more information you give out, the faster they'll be able to sell your service. Tip #15: Create Your Own Work Samples One way to show off your skills is by uploading past work samples. This can help potential clients see what you're capable of, making them more likely to hire you. The best place to make your portfolio for FREE is on Behance.net/medium.com Tip #16: Create an Attractive Gig Image While creating your gigs, it is essential to use an attractive image. This will help clients remember your gig, increasing the likelihood of them hiring you. Tip #17: Use a Video in the Gig Media It is a good idea to include a video in the gig media. Adding a video to your gig is a great way to engage potential customers. You can use this video as an opportunity to explain exactly what you are offering and how it will benefit them. This will help the client get to know you better, and it will increase the likelihood of them hiring you. Tip #18: Market Your Services It's essential to market your services to get more clients. This can be done using social media, networking, and online directories. Social media can be a great way to promote your gig. Make sure you have a solid social media presence and use it to promote your services. You can also post about your experiences on Fiverr and share tips with other freelancers. Tip #19: Create 7 Gigs If you want to get your first order on Fiverr, you must create seven gigs. This will give you a better chance of getting hired because clients are more likely to hire someone who has various skills and experience. Tip #20: SEO Your Gigs When the Fiverr algorithm detects a new service, it tries to have it show up in search results. So, it's vital to do the SEO of your gigs. Optimizing your gig for search informs the AI what your gig/service is about and how valuable you are. You can SEO your gigs by using the right keywords, titles, and descriptions. Tip #21: Offer Custom Packages Some clients may want services not included in any of your packages. If this happens, You can offer them custom packages. This will allow the client to choose the services they need and help you make more money. Tip #22: Give Clients What They Want It is imperative to give clients what they want. This will help them feel like they are getting their money's worth, and it will increase the likelihood of them hiring you again in the future. Tip #23: Send Buyer Requests Daily When you are a beginner, it's a good idea to send buyer requests daily. This will help you get your name out there, increasing the chance of clients hiring you. Through buyer requests, you have more chances to get your first client. You can send 10 requests daily, which is more than enough for professional sellers. On the other hand, many new sellers make a significant blunder by sending out buyer requests. They neglect to focus on the client's requirements. They can't get any clients even after sending hundreds of offers. Pro Tip: Never copy and paste the same proposal format for every request. Try to write according to the client's job description. For beginners, offer an amount lower than their budget! Hopefully! You'll get the job! Tip #24: Have a Great Introduction When you first contact a potential client, it's crucial to have a great introduction. Make sure your proposal is well-written and professional. You want to make a good impression and show the client that you're knowledgeable about their needs. Tip #25: Follow Up with Clients You need to follow up with your clients after they've hired you. This will help build a strong relationship between the two of you and ensure that they're satisfied with your work. You can follow up by sending them a thank-you note, asking for feedback, or simply staying in touch. Tip #26: Network with Other Freelancers Networking with other freelancers can be a great way to find new clients and learn from their experiences. There are many online forums and groups where freelancers can connect. You can also join Facebook groups where other freelancers will share their success stories, tips for getting clients, and more. Tip #27: Stay Organized When working as a freelancer, it's crucial to stay organized. This will help you stay on top of your work and ensure that you meet all the deadlines. You can stay organized by using a project management tool, creating a to-do list, or simply keeping a calendar. Tip #28: Set Realistic Goals While starting as a freelancer, it's central to set realistic goals. This will help you stay motivated and ensure that you're making progress toward your long-term success. For example, if you want to earn $100 per month in the first year of working as a freelancer, make sure that this is an achievable goal. Tip #29: Learn from Mistakes One of the best ways to grow as a freelancer is learning from your mistakes. If you make a mistake, don't be afraid to admit it and learn from the experience. This will help you avoid making similar mistakes in the future and ensure that you're constantly improving your skills. Tip #30: Be Professional When working as a freelancer, it's significant to be professional. This will help you build a good reputation, and it will increase the likelihood of clients hiring you in the future. Tip #31: Stay Online Every platform has its own set of benefits, and being active on anyone will offer you more possibilities from the platform. It's not difficult to be active on Fiverr since there is a mobile app that you can install and use on your smartphone. Therefore, this is another crucial factor to your Fiverr success. This will help you respond quickly to clients, and this way, you will be hired soon! Some clients need their job done on an urgent basis. While searching for a potential seller, they use the ONLINE filter (image below). If they found you online, you'll win the job! Tip #32: Be Patient and Don't Quit As a beginner, having patience is the key factor. This will help you avoid becoming frustrated, and it will give you the opportunity to learn more about freelancing. Some people work only a few days and lose their hope to get orders. It may take time, but it's essential not to quit. Stay positive and keep working hard to get your first order. Final Words Getting your first order on Fiverr is not always easy. However, if you follow the tips in this article, you will increase your chances of success. These tips helped me get my first order, and I hope they help you too. Best of luck!
  17. I've complete my 2 orders before deadline. My question is how many order it takes to get rank my gig on top?
  18. How Much Minimum "Avg Selling Price" Need to Get TRP Badge ? Already i completed TRP Requirements in last Year but won't got The TRP Badge yet. can someone tell me How to maintain all to get the TRP?
  19. I have completed all the requirements to be eligible for Top rated badge but still haven't got that? I am looking for expert advice that what could be the hindrance and where I can improve myself to get the badge? Thanks
  20. Alhamdulillah. I completed 2K+ order on Fiverr. Pray for me everyone. I am level two seller. But I can't get top rated badge. And also Fiverr's Choice Badge too. Can anyone help me to how can I get those? Thank you
  21. What's app brother's? My average selling price is 61.35. What about yours? I am level two seller. I am working from 2017.
  22. I have been working on fiverr for around 9 years now and got Level 2 Badge around 5-6 years ago at the time when ranking system came.. Earlier you know that It was only Star system and even after introducing Intially there was some bad experience in transition but still Now for around 3-4 years I have been in Level 2 Seller.. In these 9 years I have completed around 1.3K order with only 148 cancellations and have generated a reveneue of 75k dollars after comission. Imagine the sales they got too.. Still No privilleges for sellers like this to get ino Top Rated... I have around 4.9 stars overall in profile too. Imagine how hard is now to sustain revenue flow in fiverr. I dont know Why fiverr is giving Top rated badge for even new users without prioritising us? Anyone knows whats the reason..
  23. Hello every one.....hope you are all well. 😊 My question is for Fiverr legend sellers. 😎😎😎 2-3 month ago i was fulfil all requirements for TOP RATED seller but can't get any notification about TOP RATED level. How does it work for my level promotion....can any one give me any idea about this please.....!!! I'm so excited to get TOP RATED level 😇😇🤗
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