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How can i improve my selling on fiverr as i m beginner

Hi there,
How can I get my first sale on Fiverr as a beginner in AUGUST 2020, As I want to provide quality work as a Graphic designer.
This is my Fiverr link
https://www.fiverr.com/raheelaafzal/do-an-awesome-redesign-polish-modify-recreate-edit-redraw-fix-your-logo

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Hi Raheela

If you look, you will see we have lots of these posts ever day. Tell me how to succeed??? The first thing is to work out how to succeed yourself. There are no simple formulas - even if some ra ra guy tells you there is for a low, low $39.95 if you buy his book (and I wrote one such book).

Great people are looking for something special - and will pay. Average people are looking for something barely there average - commonly for a barely there fee. Who do you want your customers to be? Who are you?

The point here is that you need to lead your customers. If your wording is poor, your images are average you will not stand out. If your pricing is bottom of the barrel you are immediately left scrabbling with everyone else doing the very same thing.

Show a buyer who you really are. Be that so powerfully that the right people - the ones who resonate with you - want to follow. It doesn’t immediately become easy as people will tell you that you are wrong and silly, but look at what they do and I bet you it is virtually nothing and they are simply scared of doing what you are doing themselves.

My suggestions:

  1. Revise at your wording. Hire a writer with sales experience if necessary. Even tho you sell Logos, the way your words come across, represents you the person (just as these words I write represent me in all my odd manner).
  2. Put aside these blurry images (or at least size them for how Fiverr will display them). Make some logos that are unique - uniquely you. Stand out. Far better to be noticed and remembered as The Specialist in Logos made of Severed Body Parts (or something equally fun) than forgotten as just another person with formula forgettableness.
  3. I wouldn’t buy a business service like Branding from anyone who didn’t make it clear that they were going to understand what my business was and who the ideal customers we need to attract are. Branding that doesn’t start with some serious conversation and research is not branding at all. However, understand that many 2-cent operators won’t want to have that conversation so like #1 above, know who you and your (good) clients are.

Chin up, all of these Freelance sites are very hard places to get started. Get a strong direction and at least you stand out. That is a start. See if you have opportunities n the real world too.

:slight_smile:

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I agree with the above that you could replace the gig images. Gig images 2 & 3 look especially pixelated. The main image might be a bit over compressed and I’d change it in some way (clearer/bit more vibrant maybe).

Maybe the FAQ answer about vector vs raster could be explained a bit more.
The title says “vactorize” instead of “vectorize”.

Thanxs for your suggestions…

thanks for your suggestion

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Welcome to fiverr forum.
You are very new here so need hard work to get job.
step-1. Try to spend/active maximum time of the everyday in fiverr and forum.
step-2. Share your gig to your own social channel.
step-3. Try to bid the job match your on skill. You have chance to get job easily from buyer request. You get 10 bids everyday.
IT’s really basic step.
So you can follow it.
Have a good day
Thank you

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Thanks for your suggestions…

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Welcome to the Fiverr forums.

You only have 25 minutes of read-time shown in your forum profile. Check out the Tips For Sellers category (with filters applied --> forum.fiverr.com/c/Fiverr-Tips/tips-for-sellers/l/top/all?order=views). You’ll find hundreds of threads offering advice on a variety of things to consider and/or improve. (Note: Not all advice can apply to all gigs or categories. Be sure you check multiple sources as there are some false tips, even among the top threads.)

It takes a lot of work to make it as a freelancer, so be sure to research and plan accordingly.

“If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail.” (Attributed to Benjamin Franklin)

Specific to your situation, please see (DES) point 1: Basics to Improve Your Gig. A helpful breakdown and guide

There are also a bunch of useful links in the (RRD) section.


Please keep updates in the same thread. It’s against the Community Standards & Forum Rules - 2020 to create duplicate threads. In the case of changes in a situation, it’s doubly important, so that people can see what advice you’ve already been given and/or what steps you’ve already taken.