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How To Go From A Newbie Seller, To $1000 Or More A Month!


#121

Go for it and good luck!


#122

Great and congratulations to you! I ama also thinking like this we need to respect client’s and also deliver time to rike also take fiverr as reguler job take it seriously. .


#123
  • Man You’re Genius :slight_smile:
    It’s Real Motivation For All Of Us :slight_smile:
    Wish You Best Of Luck :slight_smile:

#124

Wow great piece
thnx man


#125

your thoughts are very usefull for beginners that they work only for money… they don’t have any idea how to make future client… i have many crown clients because of the thing that you said… work with honesty and be responsible for the job…


#126

Did not get any order nor views e.e… what should i do in this case ?


#127

Thanks


#128

Exactly! Respect your clients and they’ll return. Be rude to them or unprofessional, they are unlikely to return.


#129

Excellent! It is more helpful for beginners. Actually patience is the first quality that a professional seller must maintain. :slight_smile:


#130

Very much on the surface and no action details


#131

thanks


#132

nice


#133

This is really experimental.
Thanks for share with us!


#134

I agree with all of the above OP. When I receive an order whether it’s on my various jobs outside of Fiverr and on Fiverr I will set a mock deadline. I.e., say the customer wants their order done in three days I will set my own deadline for two days to avoid being late.

Also, I agree with over delivering regardless if it’s ‘only’ $5 as I will treat each and every gig professionally. When dealing with a business less is NOT more. I like my clients to walk away feeling like I treated their job with respect and that I threw in a little bonus for allowing me to do the job.

I just started out with Fiverr and I’ve already had a great experience with a buyer and I over delivered and he greatly appreciated. Building a trusting relationship with buyer/seller is key to any business inside or outside of Fiverr.

Terrific post and thanks for sharing!


#135

thanks! Very good advices… but what about advertising your gig?


#136

Thanks a lot.


#137

great news here


#138

nice article written Thanks giving good information


#139

Very useful thank you :slight_smile:


#140

Thank you. Very useful. What about custom gigs? How not to scare off the customer with price when the job is actually worth $100?