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Great tips for buyers


#1

Yes fiverr is the worlds widest market, but being the worlds widest market doesn’t mean that it’s trust worthy. Some people create gigs there can’t offer.

Some claim to be a graduate, but has never seen the front gate of a university before.

I’m not saying you should not give out you job, but give them out in queue


#2

How do I know whether the seller is the one who successfully graduated from the university or the one who still enters the university through the back gate but has never graduated?


#3

No one knows, I’m only trying to say that a buyer should look for the right seller.


#4

How can a buyer look for the right seller?


#5

By Showing her/ his past activity


#6

that`s why fiverr give power to cancel order to buyer or money refund. Its helpful in that stitutation


#7

buyer can always cancel order or can demand refund


#8

thank you for the article


#9

You are welcome


#10

Well… this isn’t really a marketplace to boast about your degrees. Performance in KPIs all the way baby.

Personally, I’d be wary of someone here who used their degrees to get ahead, especially if they were new. So what? 12 year old kids can write better code than 40 year olds with doctorate degrees in programming. Besides, anyone with a PhD in that would likely be involved in really interesting advanced future tech dev, not “I will program a quirky little program for you for $5”.

In short, check reviews, do research, select who is best for the task.


#11

The only thing that matters here is what are you delivering, the quality of your work and your track record. Most false claims are easy to spot. It would be impossible to graduate from an English speaking university without an ability to write well. Even designers with four year degrees first must pass college level English classes.
Some sellers can do well without any formal education. SEO experts for example usually are self taught. Good voiceover artists can be self taught as well. You can be an excellent graphic designer and be self taught.