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I think I can go Pro


#1

Does it matter that you don’t have a website? Or a large social media following?

I’ve applied to be Pro on another account a year ago, but I think I’m a lot better in terms of quality and I was wondering if I could have someone critique some of designs I am submitting to Fiverr. I didn’t have a following then and I don’t have a following now.

What criteria do they most care about?

Thanks for taking the time to read my post!

Rikki


#2

Will be following this as I’d like to go pro also


#3

On another account? How many accounts do you have? Did you get a response?

It’s ok if you want to post your designs here. I would be interested in giving my opinion on them.

I know a Pro seller without a website or social following. It mostly depends on how talented you are as far as I can tell. The Pro seller I know is so skilled that she gained some recognition after being on fiverr a long time. However, she does have a long work history outside of fiverr.


#4

I don’t see any Fiverr Account for rikkijanae1 or rikkijanae. I would offer more thoughts on Pro, but that might not be important yet if you are posting from a suspended or deleted account. Am I missing something?


#5

The user account is no longer available. I think her 2nd account is also banned now. But you can share your thoughts for other members. I always love to read your informative posts. :smiley:


#6

This gives me my first lol of the day. It may be hard to be Pro if you can’t keep your various accounts active and unbanned.


#7

My account definitely never got banned! :slight_smile:

I deleted the account because I wasn’t happy with the work that was showcased on because it was when I first started doing design on Fiverr so the logos were TERRIBLE.

I wanted to start new since I’m able to deliver way way more higher quality services.

My only Fiverr account is: https://www.fiverr.com/rikkijanae_


#8

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#9

I don’t think that matters. Fiverr Pro’s are a very select group of very talented people that are extremely famous among their peers.

For example, I know someone who’s a Chief Creative Officer, that’s HUGE, that’s just one step down from CEO. Guys like that probably make $150,000 to $250,000 a year, and they might get profit sharing and who knows what else. Someone like that can definitely become a Fiverr pro if he wanted to.

A Fiverr pro might have designed a world-famous logo, or might have an Instagram account with 20 million followers, or might have been a pioneer of Facebook advertising, or an award-winning art director. We’re talking about people that can charge $500, even $2,000, and not care if they don’t get orders right away.


#10

Based on my record here, if they had pro in my category, it would be hard to see why I wouldn’t be considered a pro, and yet I doubt if the rules about becoming a pro would allow me to be one.

So just being good at what you do is not enough. You definitely need a resume that shows you have experience outside of fiverr.