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How to Get Response on Buyers Requests [ARCHIVED]


#1

Hello everyone!

Everyday I see people posting that they have account on fiverr but they are not getting projects.
The solution for that is "DO NOT SEND GENERIC PROPOSAL AGAINST EVERY JOB"
THE BEST PROPOSAL WOULD INCLUDE FOLLOWING THINGS:

1- Write Greetings, like hi, how are you etc.

2- Tell the buyer you understood his requirements, don’t just say it, repeat the job in your own words i.e. I see you want the job done by having a popup which will appear when anyone lands on the website", then tell about how will you accomplish it.

3- If you have any question or suggestion, write on 3rd place.

4- Let the customer know about your experience i.e. I have this much experience, and I did this much websites/or projects so far.

5- Tell the customer about your availability, i.e. I am available to start the job right away or as per you ease.

6- Share the best of your work, i.e. around 3 to 4 links, try them to be relevant to user requirements.

7- Good bye greetings, and that you are waiting for his response to discuss further.

Nobody is perfect, if you have better suggestions, please share.
God bless you all.


#2

Thanks a ton for these suggestions. I’m a newbie and this has helped me a lot. I’ll do it this way from now on.


#3

nice post


#4

your writing gives us inspirations…thank you a lot


#5

Thank you opicmedia. I do not understand how sellers write on the buyers request. Yet they offer such cheap services. I cannot find work because they have flooded the site. Help me. Thank you.


#6

Thank for the tips


#7

:slight_smile:


#8

You are welcome and best of luck :slight_smile:


#9

Good advice, it also helps when your response is relevant to the request.

“Hi, I have a lot of experience with dating websites- match.com, Plenty of Fish, etc. I would like to help you with this project. For $5 I do this, everything else costs extra.”


#10

Great tips…!!


#11

So true. Thanks for sharing.


#12

Thanks a lot dear


#13

Great advice, on slow weeks I often have a look at some buyer requests, I probably offer the cheapest and best voice over but still struggle to get any of those buyer request jobs. I might give these tips a go.


#14

fantastic tip very helpful…thanks


#15

Great. Thanks.


#16

Nice TIP WILL GIVE IT A TRIAL


#17

Thanks your helpful tips.


#18

Another suggestion would be to make sure you are sending a proposal to an actual Buyer Request and not a request that is worded to look like it came from a buyer (a wolf in sheep’s clothes type of BR post).


#19

Great :slight_smile:


#20

Thank you :slight_smile: