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My first bad review

i dont know what to do to get a new buyer on fiver now. cant send an offer on buyer request because i have under 90% reviews. shall i just sit down like a statue and check my account in every singles day and hoping a buyer will see my gigs? there are a 10k sellers are on same categories with me, im just a new…

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Share your gigs on Social media… edit gigs properly and find good keywords

https://forum.fiverr.com/c/Fiverr-Tips

you can find tips from here

Good Luck!
Malshan

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Hi
if your first order rate is only 3.5…, then it’s better to start from zero
3.5 star like like a minus.
Better start from zero than minus right?
I saw that you are still new…, start from begining again won’t do any harm

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i dont want to start it from begining. i want to grow this account to the next level. but that unexpected

thanks, i will try on social media.

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Don’t worry, Do more hard work again.

Sir,
Can you please let me know what actually you mean to say “starting from zero” as I am unable to clearly get your point.
Hoping for a reply.
Thank you!

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He want to say that create another account and start from zero.

Exactly like what @Zaiba202 . Create a new account and start fresh again.
Better than 1 order with only 3.5 star reviews.

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Do NOT create a new account. Having multiple accounts is a violation of Fiverrs TOS. You will get banned.

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We can deactivated the first account :slight_smile:

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Deleting one account then Creating a new account and starting over because you have a bad review? Definitely check with customer support first.

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as far as i know it will get him banned

Oh…, i see…,
It’s bad suggestion then…,
My mistake…, and thank you for the input…,

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target buyer can be a option

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how to targeting a buyer?

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By FB ads or other social media but it is not a surety for orders.

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You can bring your local buyers to Fiverr.

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*doing research on whom you will sell your product or service.
*Identifying potential buyers in your own network.

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Know your target market