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I send 10 buyer requests every day but I am not getting any order

I send 10 buyer requests every day but I am not getting any order, So What Should I do now?

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Dear bro patience is the key to get success in freelancing

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Keep patience and believe in yourself . And try to understand the buyer requirements. I am also a new seller brother.

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Maybe send original messages. You will want to appear bold, professional, and reliable to the buyer. If your message seems like your typical copy and paste message then the buyer might not even read it all the way through. I’m no expert but I think this might help! Good luck!

-Palmtreeninja

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Patience will only help you to not be upset. It will not change anything if the reason sales are not arriving is anything but poor timing.

You need to ask yourself that Q. But from the perspective of a buyer - the kind of buyer you are looking to appeal to.

We just a similar (and very productive) discussion of this very thing here: I need help to improve my gigs - Your Fiverr Experience / Improve My Gig - Fiverr Community Forum

In another thread I offered to review someone’s BR and responses for all to benefit from. I even showed some of mine winning/losing.
(Of course they were more eager to be patient than proactive about solving their situation)

:slight_smile:

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Hey! I also just visited your profile and it seems like you have 2 5 star reviews! Seems like you’re on the right track!

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Thank You Bro, Keep me in your prayer :blush:

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Same too you brother

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Same Problem brother. Bt. I am trying my best.

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Try to focus your buyer requirement and sent offer. I hope success very soon. :grinning:

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I wonder if buyer request is a good thing, I never used buyer requests to get orders, but rare time I checked there had so much offers for 1 request each time.

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Keep Patience and Sent Buyer Request regularly in the proper way, not copy paste template.

Mine 169 done and yet no result… so keep up. :frowning: Maybe our luck isn’t in our favour… :frowning:

Same problem brother.Don’t know what to do

The platform is saturated and being a newbie with just 2 reviews, it can be challenging. Buyers are generally wary of newbies as they prefer dealing with Sellers with many reviews. The many reviews of the Seller are usually interpreted as experience and quality and it’s something you do not have right now.
Don’t be discouraged as you would definitely make sales over time. The most successful Seller was once a newbie and probably went thro these ‘dry spells’. Just dig into the archives, read up the tips and apply them. They could help.

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Fristly read carefully what they wants.Then send proper buyer request. Please don’t send same massage for every request. It’s not helpful for you.
Hope you understand.

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Keep it up … brother success will come to us

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I think you need to wait a bit.

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As a newbie, you could also try checking your charging rates. You probably don’t stand a chance of getting a job worth $50 as a newbie, compared to a High level or top rated seller that also charges $50 with lots of reviews at his or her disposal.

My advise, if you haven’t yet is to start cheap or charge less and deliver at a professional level. Then, once you’ve gotten enough reviews , you could then charge what you feel works best for you.

Don’t worry!! You’ll surely get there :+1: :+1:

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All the OP’s gig starts at 5$ and even the premium packages are really cheap so that’s certainly not the problem. I am a newbie too my oldest gig is a little bit more than two months old and the only order I got for less than 50$ was a sample for a bigger job. It really depends of what you do and the market. From what I’ve gartered the most important thing is to set yourself appart from your competitors and since there is thousands of logo gigs for 5$ on Fiverr, it’s not with the prices that the OP is going to achieve that.

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