This post might offend and upset some people. The truth is, I don’t care.
To cut straight to the point, you are going to fail on Fiverr (and as freelancer overall) if you ever need to ask or think about asking any of the below questions:
- Can I have more than one Fiverr account?
- I’m a new seller, what should I sell?
- How do I market my gig?
- How can I get sales?
- Do I need to buy a license to sell (enter service details here)?
- How do I do (enter service details here)?
- Can I ask buyers for reviews?
- Does anyone want to swap reviews or likes?
- How do I create a gig?
- How do I use Fiverr?
If you need to post any of the above questions, you have likely not read Fiverr TOS, you likely do not have a skill worth selling, and you likely do not have the basic ingenuity you will need on a daily basis to achieve any level of success.
I’m sorry if that upsets you, but it’s true.
There are a lot of legitimate questions which can be asked on the forum. However, if you have arrived here after missing all the Fiverr video and help guides explaining how to create a gig, and Fiverr’s TOS, there is little hope for your future success here.
As a basic rule, you should only think about opening a Fiverr account if and when you have a credible skill or legitimate product or service to offer already. How you market that service will depend on your service niche and how much work and research you are prepared to put into seeing results.
Like it or not, this is just how it is.