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New Seller Has Something To Say

Hey everyone, I just got on Fiverr recently, not up to a month ago. Despite such competitive category I found myself In, I got trusted by some, to work on their projects, and I could proudly say they are all satisfied with the quality of job I delivered. According to my knowledge from research and learning from other’s experience, I think the bottom line of being successful as a Fiverr seller or Freelancer (generally), is by rendering excellent services. Deliver as exactly as promised, or maybe more. Never less! Also, it is key to not see Fiverr as a quick money-making scheme. Set out here to provide professional services.

I wish myself and every Freelancer here, whose sole intention is to provide excellent services, huge success in the long run!

We would like to learn more from more experienced sellers such as those with Top Rated and Level Two Seller badges, Kindly drop tips to maintaining a proper Fiverr life.

Happy New Year Everyone!


Here are some tips put together by other Fiverr Forum sellers and myself.

  1. It is possible to get orders even when you sleep. By being online 24/7, you will be less productive and not provide top-quality communication or work. Also, Fiverr does not condone auto-refresh apps.
  2. Posting your gigs all over social media is SPAM, and besides, your friends and relatives are not your target buyers.
  3. Use Buyer Requests ONLY if you can do a great job fulfilling the buyer’s requirements.
  4. When making offers on Buyer Requests, do not use copied and pasted offers. Each Buyer Request is unique and needs a different answer.
  5. Make sure your profile is perfect. Spell everything correctly and use proper English grammar.
  6. Make sure your gig images are different from any other seller and make sure they are eye-catching.
  7. Never copy another seller’s gig mages or wording.
  8. Do not do homework for students. Doing academic work for students will cause you to lose your gig and maybe even your account.
  9. Be patient.
  10. Offer fair pricing for your products.
  11. Offer quality products.
  12. Always be kind to Buyers (even the ones that tick you off).
  13. Seek to improve your product quality over time.
  14. Pay attention to what your Seller competitors are doing and learn from them (asking this question is a step in that direction).
  15. Be honest.
  16. Expect failures, disappointments, and cancellations but also expect successful events as well.
  17. Offer a set amount of revisions. If you offer unlimited revisions, unscrupulous buyers will take advantage of