How a New Seller can get Frequent New Orders


#1

Helo Guys,
My journey with fiverr is of just 3 months yet, where i was able to generate $1209.6 till the date. For a new market entry its for sure a worthwhile amount to go for.

Note: I am not a pro, still i feel that my three months experience with Fiverr can help some new Freelancers grow being a full time freelancer.

I have heard people saying, getting orders from fiverr depends 75% on luck. To me I am not rolling dice in a casino, instead am on a professional platform where am supposed to deal with the stuff am highly passionate about. So don’t simply wait for being lucky and start exploring things out.

Getting orders is not that hard job as it is considered by new sellers. Following are some small things to follow that will simply lead you towards gaining new frequent buyers.

Let’s get started.
So what is required to gain your initial orders?
"CREATING VALUE"

Yes, off course every freelancer out there is creating some value for it’s clients; and the extent of “Value Creation” simply defines their earnings. Among freelancers market leaders are those adding “extra value creation” in their services or product.

Now if you created your 1st gig, analyze it while answering following Questions.

  1. Am I selling some thing very unique that a experienced freelancer is not providing.
  2. Uniqueness can be in terms of some thing new, some worthwhile problem solution in your industry.
  3. Being price compatible.
  4. Offer more value than what is offered by hundreds of other professionals as well.
  5. Or you can simply innovate those services offered by dozens of others as well, and come up with some worthwhile additions in it.
  6. Offer free extras.
  7. Enhance the customer’s buying experience in more worthwhile manner in exchange with current user experience buyers are having in your industry.
  8. Communicate in a kind and professional way that makes your client feel unique.
  9. Guide them not only with “Pros of your product or service”; instead let them know the “Cons of the product or services” they are requiring.
  10. Provide them some extra knowledge that a normal seller can’t provide.
  11. Be very detailed but in a way that makes them feel that they are dealing with a “highly professional seller”.

Hi, am new here how do i get my first order
My gig is not appearing on search, tried a lot but no succes
#2

Copied from here?
https://networks.pk/get-fiverr-orders/


#3

Actually am the author.


#4

I’m sure there isn’t a problem if you say that when you post. :slightly_smiling_face:


#5

I thought link won’t be entertained by community moderators


#6

This is a really interesting point that I don’t think people consider enough when they join Fiverr. If you’re going to be successful here, you’re going to be doing whatever it is you do A LOT. I genuinely think being passionate about your craft gives you an edge over other sellers.

We started selling on Fiverr mainly for personal reasons, but we chose voiceover because it was something we already had a passion for. I also produce music, and so I’ve OBSESSED over the quality of our audio over the past 18 months. I’m constantly tweaking our EQ settings, trying out new compression techniques etc. I’m happy with our sound right now, but I guarantee I’ll be playing around with it again in a few weeks, always looking for better. We invested heavily in getting a professional vocal booth a few months back.

Sure, this can all seem like work some days… But we really enjoy what we do.

I see so many people join Fiverr each day offering ‘Photoshop Background Removal’ or ‘Data Entry’ or ‘Business Card Design’ and you can tell that they’re here because they’ve been told it’s a great place to come and earn a quick buck. I feel for these people, because not only are they going to struggle to get any orders, but even when they do, it means they have to do something they really don’t care about.

When you look at the top sellers in almost any category on Fiverr, you can tell that they do what they do because they genuinely love it.


#7

Exactly.
And this simply makes a “Freelancer” stand out of the crowd.


#8

Passion defines delivery.


#10

Use your gigs as an opportunity to demonstrate how good you are at creating animations.

Then get out there and show prospective customers how good you are at animating, and how your animations can help them to solve a problem that they might have.


#11

@cubittaudio there are still Photoshop and Design “nerds” that love cutting out images, compressing files and deliver quality. I agree that you need to be passionate about what you do or else it won’t last for a long time. Positive vibes and flow is what you need to get the train going. For me personally I like to succeed in delivering a solution for a client his/her problem. Doesn’t necessarily have to create something, but the satisfaction of finding the solution is for me the drive to keep on going.


#12

Hi @datascienceai, you promote your gig on social media and send buyer request everyday to get more order. Best of luck


#13

Thanks for your support


#14

Thanks a lot :+1: very helpful article :ok_hand: :bouquet::blossom::sunflower::hibiscus:


#15

Yes I really appreciate this because I’m a new seller and completed 3 project with 5 star review but I think it’s not for my luck it for my creating value issue.


#16

Thanks mate and welcome to fiverr


#17

Thanks for your kind words.


#18

Nice to hear that, wish you best of luck.


#19

**Thanks for your good information **


#20

@mitubd Welcome to the Fiverr & wish you best of luck for your 1st sale.


#21

It’s sellers like you that make Fiverr a special community!