Now, let’s just cut straight to the chase. What the hell is this:
I have 1, yes 1 order in queue. If Fiverr thinks different, it’s because some people haven’t done their bit as a buyer and accepted or rejected a delivery yet.
Let’s just look at the bigger picture here though. You see, no one in their right mind is going to order from someone who isn’t flagged as available.
Now yes, all buyers should read Fiverrs TOS and learn how the website works but come on… This feature effectively penalizes sellers for selling! It’s only possible functional application can be to try and spread orders among sellers with a cutoff limit of active 5 orders per freelancer.
What if I deliver one order on Monday, one on Tuesday etc etc, and none of those buyers accept my deliveries? I could have nothing in queue but still be regarded by Fiverr as overly busy for up to 2 weeks! This is just pure madness.
Who actually thinks these things up? Who gets the green light to implement changes and features like this? Mr. I Can Kill Your Business? I personally know shoes with more common sense than this.
I am sincerely dumbfounded. It’s like Fiverr’s entire marketing department is on drugs and they keep taking more drugs to counter the effect of the drugs they have already taken.
Junkies don’t make sensible decisions Fiverr! Even Google clamped down on micro-dosing. Splash some water on your face and check back in with reality FGS.