This was my whole point: the massive disconnect that is developing in places like this is that the Professional and Semi-Professional should scale exactly as you scored. Not ever as in the “thing”. I know not all sellers do that abominable work but we have to accept that far too many think that is ok and they are amongst us, destroying what we do (both as buyers & sellers). Pretending is not a real issue is allowing it.
But pricing is universal in a Universal Market (of which Fiverr is) and currency conversations are a strawman argument used only by people who want to take advantage of them for less than honorable reasons, like the factory that moves to Outeronedollarayearland to increase the margin when they still sell their bread for $10 back “home”.
I get that someone clueless in Outeronedollarayearland might think oh but I can sell my bread for $1 but that is illogical thinking if in the real market bread is $10. Sell $10 bread and look for ways to do something different like putting cream in the middle (mmmm cream buns) to allow your to be attractive to a section of the market (did I say mmmm cream buns) and even to charge a premium like the cheese & seed guys. I said it yesterday, the buyer doesn’t care where you are, so long as you deliver yummy bread. That the $10 to you is like $150 is a bonus and really raises you & your country far better than snookering the whole market into nothingness as that only makes you poorer.
I get that it is a bit harder now that so many Freddies have been able to come in and offer Cheese Bread with Cream & Seeds for $1 (even tho like your lovely logo they are inedible) so the sense of value in the market is FUBAR. But it can be recovered if people stop chasing the insanity that created the mess in the first place and tossing around strawman arguments to support the irrationality.