Hi, I hope you are doing well. Fiverr PRO is indeed a great opportunity for writers to showcase their talent and skills. While carefully analyzing the requirements for “PRO,” I came to know that a seller applying for “Fiverr PRO” must have a strong online presence on various professional platforms such as LinkedIn, Dribble, etc. What if the seller does not have a robust affiliation with people on these sites?
Also, “Fiverr PRO,” says “Don’t tell us, Show us?” I assume this means that a writer applying to PRO must show them their work is published online, how many companies he or she has worked with. Coming to the point, I have worked for two years with a writing company as a Research Analyst, Article Writer, and Quality Assurance Executive. I have written thousands of articles, blog posts, white papers, product descriptions, business articles etc but I don’t know where are they published. Moreover, since I worked for the company, I don’t own the work I did because it is all the property of the respective owners (company’s clients).
I can provide my educational documents, job experience letter, certificates, rewards and recognition I received during the two years, and other significant information to Fiverr. Fiverr can verify the documents. Is this acceptable? Will they promote me as a PRO-Seller? Please guide me.