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Experts help needed- "How To send Proper buyer Request?”

As a Newbie, its always hard to figure out how to send a proper buyer request… How to write it Attractively… Specially in my case, i always get troubled when it comes to buyer request sending. I have tried various advices and applied them but none of them actually worked.
I think its the best opportunity i am getting, asking fiverr experts here for help.
So EXPERT OPINION NEEDED How to send a proper buyer request that will attract buyer to response my request?. Share us your tips

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My friend @gina_riley2 is a person who buys many gigs on Fiverr. Here is what she has to say about making offers in Buyer Requests.

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You made my day. Thank you so much and tell your friend i am really honoured after reading this kind of post. Thank you

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Nice Advice i will tri to now

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First of all, I need to understand the buyer’s requirements and what they want. I will try to explain the project. and describe deeply. I can do it very well for you. :heart:

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very effective advice

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First carefully Read Buyer request. Second Clearly understand What He/she want. Now write What You give him. Specifly write What He/she get for you? And Why You are the best .

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Thank you so much about the tips sir

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Strongly welcome. I think You are LEDP STUDENT

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Yes sir i am. A proud student from LEDP.

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Well, Go Ahed Brother. I am a Tra iner

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Very effective advice I’ll try next time

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Thanks for your great advice

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Do not send as soon as you receive a buyer related to your service. What the buyer wants. What will he get from you? That must be reported. :green_heart:

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May I ask what LEPD is?

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My goodness. Thank you so much sir for the kind words

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Learning And Earning Project-LEDP. A campaign running by our government to teach freelancing to the unemployed young generation. Its an initiative to remove unemployment and poverty.

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That is a good thing, though I hope it was not that instructor that gave you the bad advice.

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No no. Its the local one who gave me bad advices for being active 24/7​:rofl::rofl::rofl:

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I am glad you found out the truth of those advices. Plus, I am glad that you have the LEDP project to help you learn freelancing. You will also learn so much by hanging around the Forum. But remember to take the advice of sellers who are successful. Do not take the advice of sellers that have been on Fiverr a long time yet have few sales and try to give advice to the new sellers. I think these people think their gigs will somehow sell more if they act like an authority here.

It is easy to look up anyone who posts on the Forum by highlighting their name in their Forum profile and then go to the main site and erase everything but the https://www.fiverr.com/ then paste their name after that and you will be taken their profile.

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