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First time my order completed within few hours

I’m so excited !!!:star_struck::star_struck::star_struck::relaxed::relaxed:
Because first time my order completed within few hours,
and my client was very satisfied with it.
:heart_eyes::kissing_heart::heartpulse:Thanks Fiverr:heartpulse::kissing_heart::heart_eyes:
For everything.


Congratulations on completing your first order

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Thanks a lot :blush:

Thanks bro :heartpulse::ok_hand:t2::blush:

Congratulations Bro !!! :star_struck: :star_struck: :star_struck:

Congrats :slight_smile:

Whenever you complete an order the next 24hs are important that’s the time when your gigs start to get some more views try to be online after delivering the orders for longer than normal so that you can reply to any potential client immediately.

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Thanks bro :heart_eyes::relaxed:

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Thank you man.:relieved:

Thanks for your comment. @hassanpk :slightly_smiling_face:

How long it took to get an order ? Still I don’t have anything

No one can say, bro sometimes it takes 2 days or some time 2 months.

But when you always active on Fiverr then it will be faster for getting an order.

So hope you always active here and get an order.

Thank you. @ranush88

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By replying to buyers requests or is there any other way of getting orders ?? :thinking::thinking::thinking::thinking::thinking:
i have promoted my gigs and also i have offered for buyers requests… :flushed:

Yes, there is. You can go find your target customers – wherever they are located, and creatively tell them about the services that you offer here on Fiverr. Businesses to this to reach out to their customers.

There are – literally – thousands of ways to market and promote a business or service. Conduct an internet search for “how to market my business” and spend some time reading through the thousands of articles that turn up in that search.

You are never done marketing your business. The moment you think you are done, is the moment your business begins to fail. A business without customers is hardly a business at all. If you want customers, spend most of your time reaching out to them. The level of work you put into that effort, will usually result in an equal output of traffic and customers to your gig(s).


Yes, I really appreciate you @jonbaas :blush:
Thanks for replying. :blush::slightly_smiling_face:
And I saw your gig it’s awesome.:grinning::grinning::ok_hand:t2::grinning::relieved:
Actually, I’m also new here so you can also guide me for some little problems



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