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How to double your revenue in Fiverr?

Hi there,

There are a lot of amazing services in Fiverr, many of them are very cheap, and I see that a lot of honest and resourceful freelancers who can’t sell their services to many customers. I want give them some helpful advice here:

1. Price isn’t very important

Many people think that if they sell their services cheap, they will get enough customers. It isn’t true. High quality consumers don’t focus on price, they want high quality products or services. You shouldn’t compete on price. For example, if you do link building for $5, you won’t succeed. But, you can sell it for $50 easily.

2. People love gifts

When you deliver works, you should also provide some free but high quality bonus. 1 of 4 customers will leave nice review.

3. Customers are always right

Of course, some of buyers are little disrespectful. You should be patient. Don’t argue with them, or they will leave negative review and destroy your business.

4. You should answer potential buyers’ questions quickly

Download Fiverr app into your phone. And you will get notification when somebody send you message. Potential buyers don’t want to wait, there are tons of alternative gigs, you might lose them immediately. Even if you are in holiday, you should always focus on your business.

5. Don’t deliver too quickly

It is about ‘social proof’. The more orders in queue, the more customers you can get. But don’t be late, deliver them on time.

Best Regards

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Thanks very much, but I am a kind of person that like to finish my work as soon as possible so I can be able to get on other things.
Your write-up has been very helpful and resource.

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You’re welcome. You shouldn’t underestimate the power of “social proof”.

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Only one out of four? I don’t see myself doubling my revenue with that…

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I will surely, work on that. probably slow down my delivery and don’t deliver late.

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Thank you very much for share nice tips. :grinning:

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Well, actually, with all 5 steps you can double or even triple your sales. On the other hand, if you get 5 stars reviews frequently, your income will start to grow exponentially.

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Why does this step’s success hinge on the other steps? They’re not that interrelated…

…Unless this is part of some magical grand scheme wherein certain rituals result in a positive outcome. :stuck_out_tongue:

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I hate it when sellers do this to me. I feel like some intentionally hold off until the last minute or hour to deliver.

Why on Earth would you make me wait 2 extra days needlessly? I don’t want extras or bonus, I just want what I ordered.

For me, high quality + quick delivery = :slight_smile: (great review & perhaps a tip)

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you’re welcome :slight_smile:

Unfortunately, it is the hardest step. Your gig’s description text and image(s) needs to be very persuasive.[quote=“gina_riley2, post:10, topic:184728, full:true”]

I hate it when sellers do this to me. I feel like some intentionally hold off until the last minute or hour to deliver.

Why on Earth would you make me wait 2 extra days needlessly? I don’t want extras or bonus, I just want what I ordered.

For me, high quality + quick delivery = :slight_smile: (great review & perhaps a tip)
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Well, these advices are for sellers, not for buyers :slight_smile:

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But you’ve got a really experienced buyer telling us that she doesn’t want extras, and she doesn’t want to wait for no good reason - I know who I’d believe! :wink:

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Should I bake them some cookies, pie and cake? :cookie: :cookie: :cookie: :cookie: :cookie: :cake::cake::cake::cake::cake::pie::pie::pie::pie::pie:
Maybe this sweet bonus will work. :bulb:

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Nice list and I do link building for $5.

Thank you :smiley:

There are tons of $5 gigs about link building, I think you should add some advanced features to your gig and raise the price.

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really? I never keep my orders queue fill, as long as I get them worked out I deliver them instantly.

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I totally disagree with you, I always give my clients a real time to finish their tasks, real time means once I done I deliver, no matter what time on the order counter. That’s why my clients love to order again and again!

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Really?! What about rule no.3 In your advices, “Customers are always right”!

You contradict yourself!

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That’s uncalled for. :slightly_frowning_face:

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Actually, buyers love it when you deliver quickly, praise you in the review, and then you get more buyers.

A huge number of orders in the queue makes some buyers choose someone else, because they think that it will take you a long time to deliver, and/or that the quality will be poor, because you won’t have the time to properly focus on their order.

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I believe we are in this forum to educate each other, in order to help get better. saying someone has a lesser review doesn’t help him, Just tell him what he needs to do to get more reviews.
Good morning friend,
happy weekend to you all

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