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How to get first job by an Accountant


I am new on fiverr i came here about 2 months ago and i do not get my first sale yet. I am professional Accountant and Financial Consultant. I really hope to find some work here. Would you don’t mind to take a look on my gigs and let me know what I can improve, am I even hitting in a right direction?


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You can read many topics here on the forum about gig improving just go search.


“University/College assignments”

You need to remove the above (copied) from your gig descriptions as helping with academic work is against the Terms of Service at the bottom of the Fiverr main page.

Make sure to carefully read the Terms of Service as a violation can risk your account.

Enjoy the forum. :slightly_smiling_face:



Thanks a lot. :slightly_smiling_face:


Do marketing your gig. And send buyer request everyday

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Always check your gig thumbnails (including videos) from your profile. Several images have been cropped oddly, and your video is stretched and thus distorts your profile picture horribly. The text size is unreadable in some of them.
Unlimited revisions are never a good idea.
Your profile description is a direct copy/paste of your gig description. Your gig description needs to elaborate what you’re selling. What are you even selling!? Hours? Days? Folders? Spreadsheets? Tacos?


Thanks for reviewing my gigs and such valuable suggestions.
Should i remove the video?

I can’t make that decision for you.
Did you go to your profile and play the video as a thumbnail?

I want your advice because i do not have experience.

Are you fine with how it looks?

I thought it is just OK

If you, as someone trying to portray yourself as a professional, are fine with ‘just okay,’ then leave it. If you feel that ‘just okay’ isn’t what you want to impress on potential buyers, then remove it.

The choice is up to you.


Okay Thanks you so much.