I took a quick look at your profile:
Your profile image: I’m baffled by the number of Sellers who post images of themselves at a tilt. Is there something wrong with Earth’s gravity? I suggest another photo, straight-ahead, without a filter. You have my permission to stay beautiful, as you definitely got that part right.
Your log line: I’d suggest taking another pass at this.
Your profile text – note the edits:
Hi, I am Annie Farooq. A Microsoft (MS) degree holder, I can do quick and accurate data entry. I have over 3 years of data entry experience in different international organizations and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs). I am an expert at Microsoft Office Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. I’m here to help YOU!
You chose not to use the Oxford comma in your profile text. Be aware that you are dealing with an international audience, and you may need to reassure Buyers that you can follow their preferred style guide (for example, “organisations” vs. “organizations”)…
It’s generally a good idea to spell out any acronym the first time you use it.
All your gigs should have video, 3 images, 2 pdfs (for writing samples), and so on…
Make a video of yourself talking to the camera, because this approach garners IMMEDIATE RESULTS. Include additional samples in the video!
In general, Buyers may be turned off by hyperbole. It’s disingenuous to claim you are the “Most
Accurate Data entry provider on Fiverr” in a gig with no sales. “Alternative facts” do not yet have widespread acceptance, so this approach may work against you.
Click there where it says, “ Click Here” for more answers to your question posed in the original post (OP) in this thread.
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Be sure to make use of Tools like the Fiverr Blog, Fiverr Academy, and Fiverrcast.
If you take the time to earn your
Autobiographer Badge, particularly adding a link to your Fiverr profile, other forum participants will be able to easily view your information.
As a general rule, when I have time to participate in the Fiverr Forum and I notice a request like yours in the “Improve My Gig” section, I am willing and able to look at a Seller’s Profile and one gig one time.
I can give you a better level of assistance if you first work your way through the checklist below. That way, I won’t waste your one turn by advising you to follow items on the checklist.
Dear Fiverr Seller:
I didn’t take a look at your gig, but here is a checklist that may help:
Polish your English: spelling, grammar, punctuation, and so on. Are you trying to reach US English speakers or international English speakers? Make sure your phrasing is consistent with your target audience.
Remember that buyers are on Fiverr so that you will solve THEIR problems. You are here to provide SOLUTIONS. There is no place for negativity in your copy. Don’t say, I live in a third world…
I may be a Level 2 seller who has been here for about two years now, but there was a lot of trial and error along the way (and I mean A LOT).
Despite the fact that I have a 99% overall rating with over 1,000 completed orders, I’m nowhere near “perfect” and I continue to learn new things daily. (I’m really not trying to toot my own horn… I swear!)
Below, I have included a list of tried and true do’s and don’ts. I learned from my fiverr blunders, so I’d like to share my acquired wisdom. My hope …
Let’s cut straight to the chase. You’re a new seller (or maybe even an older seller experiencing a sales slum). Here are my 3 top tips to generating sales:
1. Interlink your services and create related gigs
I’ve seen many new sellers fall into two traps when first creating their gigs.
One of these traps is to create multiple gigs which are essentially the same thing (such as “create modern logo design”, “create a unique logo”, “design your logo”) in the hopes of getting more traffic…
Here’s a list I’ve put together that helps you stand out, look Professional, and how to setup a proper, well designed gig.
Make sure you complete your profile setup 100%. Also, link all of your accounts (Facebook, Stack Overflow, Email, etc) so that potential buyers know you’re not a fly by night seller.
Use proper English in your Fiverr profile. Make sure to notate where you’re from, and make sure your sentence structure is proper. Many potential buyers will not want to work…
Buyer Requests (BR) is FOR BUYERS to request custom offers from Sellers.
(see Key Terms etc. in following link on what is a buyer, a seller, an order, an offer, a gig etc. and memorize them - it´s easier to get correct replies on the forum when you post about issues, if you use the correct terms so everyone knows what you´re talking about:
It is NOT for Sellers to post their Gigs and services and offers, actually that can get you into trouble.
Have you been struggling to get orders? Then you’ve probably looked at the Buyer Request section a few times now, and maybe you’ve sent a few offers. As a buyer whose posted requests before, here are some tips for how to actually appeal to the seller:
Edit before you send. Make sure that your grammar and spelling is correct and that your sentences flow and make sense. The buyer won’t sit there for ten minutes trying to figure out what you had tried to say and they are very unlikely to message…
Ok, you want to make some money but you do not speak English well.
This is a real problem when you are going to sell on a marketplace where most buyers do and most communication is done through English. It can be done though, here are some tips for you to follow which will help you while you are working on your English.
Be realistic about your gigs - Do not try to offer gigs that require excellent English. If you want to offer a writing gig, ask a native English speaker to be honest with you…
It is common knowledge that technical professionals seldom lack the ability to communicate proficiently unlike other professionals such as businessmen, lawyers etc.
On the other hand our brain works super efficiently (a biased opinion of course!), but our tongue offers basic functionality.
So this thread is about SALESMANSHIP from the point of a non-sales person such as myself.
There are a lot of different categories here on Fiverr, but majority of questions regarding sales on this forum are …
Hello there Fiverr Family,
Here is a tip that I would like to share with those that are new to Fiverr and possibly may help those that have been around for a while.
To optimize your gigs for SEO:
When saving the .jpg or .png image for your gig, put the keywords (all in lowercase) that you would like to rank for, in the name of your file separated by dashes.
Example: I have a dj drop gig
When saving my gig picture I save my file as dj-drops-on-fiverr. jpg
This helps with the SEO of your gig…
This is Shane from Eno8Design.
It has been exactly 30 days since we joined fiver. And here are our stats so far.
I gotta say that Fiverr is the best of the best when it comes to freelancing. Pretty simple process.
We love it!
So on the 1st month celebration we thought of sharing our experience and few tips with fellow forum members. Here’s what we did! (You should if you are not getting enough sales)
Find a niche. (Ex: We though…
Stop trying to figure out Fiverr’s algorithm and spend that time making more money with upselling, here’s some things I’ve done to increase revenue…
1) Make your extras simple and easy to understand. Buyers seldom purchase things they aren’t clear on.
2) Offer only the extras you can do that will acheive 100% Buyer satisfaction. Return business and referrals should be your goal.
3) Explain to your Buyers the BENEFIT of adding a particular extra. I add this phrase when selling a logo ove…
As the issue of Paypal chargebacks has been discussed a lot recently including the horrible situation of a large chargeback for one Forum regular, I decided to spend a bit of time looking into them to see what I can find out, what other freelance platforms do and to try and put together some advice on how to avoid them as much as possible.
Brace yourself, it’s a long one!
In this post I will be summarizing and clarifying some of the content of other websites and their terms and conditions, for…
I’ve gotten this question a few times, and although I generally give the super-short answer, I recently decided to get very long-winded with another Fiverr seller. I thought about it, and in the end I decided that the advice was worth enough effort to post to the Fiverr forum. Now, this is just one social marketing strategy among many, and I’m not a social marketing expert by any means. I’m just a guy with some prior sales experience who likes to read stuff on the Internet, so if you really want…
Both buyers and sellers in all freelance situations are affected by issues related to digital copyright. A buyer may be concerned if sending content they own to a seller to have it modified or fixed, but they will retain ownership and need to protect it.
A seller may run into copyright issues in multiple ways. A seller who finds that someone else has taken their gig images, samples, description or anything else will sometimes own rights to part or all of those things. A seller who s…
Why does Fiverr Charge a 20% commission on tips?
In very plain language, if tips weren’t considered the same as all other payments, it would lead to a loophole where Fiverr doesn’t get paid because the funds are given to the seller for a job as a tip.
If you want to see an example of potential abuse:
Click for Abuse ScenarioA regular buyer could ask their chosen seller about a discount on the $40 package the buyer purchases every month. The seller could take a small risk buying offering to d…