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


#141

awesome. i have learned lot of things…


#142

That’s a good question. Make sure you are not selling yourself short. There have been many times where I have quoted a customer at over $50 because of what they wanted and I have been reluctant to do so because I thought the sale wouldn’t go through. However, that is what the gig calls for and I’m not willing to undervalue my service.

You’ll find that many customers will happily pay that much for your service if it’s a good service. I just closed a sale around $80 today and my client was more than happy to do so.

Sometimes people will refuse to pay the amount they need to. In this case just politely explain that that is your price and that you understand that not everyone can pay it, but you will not budge from it. You’ll find that many people are looking for $50 gigs to be done for $5. The best thing to do with people like this is to be polite and move on.

The more orders you do like this, the more used to it you’ll become. I urge you not to drastically drop your price to appease a customer though. I did that in the beginning where I would end up doing $50 plus gigs for like $10-$20 and it wasn’t worth it.

Never be afraid to be assertive with your price. Don’t be rude, be polite. But also stand firm.


#143

Your ideas might work. I will try to be obedient :slight_smile:


#144

nice job and very informative for newbies. good luck for the future


#145

Cheers mate! Good luck to you as well


#146

What?


#147

Thanks a lot, this great and really timely. Been experiencing really low sales


#148

Very educative, practical and straight to the point.


#149

My sale is O from last 2 months now after reading this i really boost .Thanks for great Information.


#150

Great job mate.


#151

Thanks for the tips.


#152

Thanks for the tips, it’s encouraging.


#153

Great post. I a newbie and I found your writing very inspiring.


#154

Very motivational post. I am already using couple of points shared in your post like I always make it a point to deliver little extra to my clients and they get so delighted. Not only do they leave a 5 star review but also leave a tip for me suggesting me to raise my price for the work I am providing :slight_smile:


#155

This is inspiring, I am a newbie on Fiverr, yet to make a sale, though. Your insights are very informative. I will heed your advice, especially in over delivering.Thank you.


#156

Great ! You responded to almost all reply’s.
Every time I see tips for seller I find some thing new.
Thank You


#157

Congrats simplysoccer [for your dribbling tactics, lol]. Unfortunately mine is the complete opposite of your experience - for now. Please tell I pray thee, of your experience with your first buyer ever. How did it happen when you got not even 1 review? Thanx.


#158

great piece


#159

Very Good Article for the Beginners… Congratz to you :slight_smile: Keep it up


#160

Thatso great…hard work does pay off on fiverr indeed…it’s all about work etiquette