Great, but not everyone can do that. There are many of us who lose money and get no orders when we raise our prices. I’m also not interested in wasting money advertising my gigs on Facebook like some sellers do! Spending money to make money is old school. Fiverr is the new school where you spend $0 and make money.
Yeah? Well maybe I want that buyer. I’m no math genius, but I know 20 orders times $4 equals $80, I also know that a $5 buyer can become a $10, even a $20 buyer.
Now you’re the one putting words in my mouth, how ironic. For the record, I follow the American dictum of “if it ain’t broken, don’t fix it.” Fiverr isn’t broken yet they keep fixing it! Ridiculous.
Besides, I follow Fiverr on Facebook. Using models with tattoos in their posts isn’t very mature or corporate or expensive. It’s quite the opposite. Fiverr’s even has a YouTube video called “It’s Time To Get Sh*t Done.” Not exactly IBM or Bank of America, isn’t it?
In all my years working in advertising, I’ve never had a client that would allow me to use or imply the s-word.
My #1 competitor charges $10 and his queue is always long, 5 to 15. I’ve seen plenty of affordable sellers succeeding.
BS, I positioned myself as a higher-priced seller and it didn’t work. I need orders every day, not every week or once a month! I need my place on the first row, that can only happen with sales volume. If you don’t get enough orders, you fall from the first row and that hurts your business.