What on earth is wrong with aiming to be the best?
On the contrary to what some do, I love the metrics and the “goals” and think focusing on them is a good thing - it makes work more fun to have targets
I am not saying that 2x $20 orders should be equal to for example a $400 order. I am saying that measuring in pure income translates differently between fields. If you turn it around, I guess the same is true for number of reviews - fields with many very small orders will easily get a set number of reviews while fields with larger but fewer orders will have a harder time reaching such a goal. I guess that’s why there is no requirement related to number of reviews.
At the moment, there is a pure income target (the $20.000) and a target of 100 completed orders. The other targets are fluent - as long as you have above 4.8 in average rating it doesn’t matter if it’s 5 or 5000 reviews, for example.
I would argue that a longer “Selling Seniority” target (currently “At least 180 days as a level two seller”) is more fair to all fields than a set income target or set number of reviews/orders completed.
That said, I do get the point from Fiverr’s perspective - higher income = more revenue for them
Finally, I am not saying Top Seller should be easy - of course it shouldn’t! And yes, these are the “bare minimum” to even be considered. All I am saying is that some of the current goals favor certain fields, and that perhaps having goals that affect all fields equally is more fair
PS. I meant to open a discussion and was curious what people thought, but I forgot that this is an online forum where negativity thrives I never meant to “whine”, and I’m sorry if it came across that way