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No order yet three months later

No order in three months…should I be worried? All my six gigs on my profile…


Send 10 buyer request every single day.

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thanks for this. I honestly wasn’t aware of this.

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Though I am sending 10 buyer request per day I did not get an order in 12 weeks? Order has been cut off since 3 months more.

No. Only Send Buyer Requests if you are a strong fit for the job and it isn’t exploiting you. If this seller has no sales they probably have very fewer Requests accessible. They would have to send Request offers regardless of suitabllility in order to take your advice.

Never send a Buyer Reqest offer just for the sake of it. To follow your advice it would be hours of work for what? Maybe one poorly paying job. That is not a return on investment.

It isn’t the amount of requests you reply to that makes a sale likely. It is the quality and suitability of your responses that make them likely.


I wanted to say (something hopeful) that your time will come soon. But don’t send offer to buyers when you are not sure if you can do the job. All the best


same problem here so you should spend more time on fiver and check the others profile

Maybe Josh’s post will help you.



Hmm, so what have you been doing all this time? Just waiting? :woozy_face:

Did you make an effort to spruce up your gigs/offerings?

Think of your gig as a storefront, it’s up to you to find creative ways to attract customers to buy from you. :pineapple:

Chop-chop, you’ve got work to do!


:speech_balloon: Good day, Nika!
Try to change the keywords in your gigs

  • Tags
  • Title
  • Description
    Try to change some of them

Maybe it helps you to get an order!!!

Thank you
Best Ian

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For someone who claims to be a writer, your gig descriptions are VERY short and quite vague.
I mean, isn’t that what you do?? Write?? Writing a great description is the best way to show off your writing skills and you have only 2 lines! :astonished::astonished::astonished:
You also those “theses” instead of “thesis,” you didn’t even proofread your description.
That is enough to make a lot of buyers avoid your gig…


buyer requests are your best friends in this situation :slight_smile:

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Theses is the plural of thesis.

I can’t see this gig so don’t know if plural is correct in this usage, but theses is a word.


Woops, my bad!! :sweat_smile::sweat_smile::sweat_smile::sweat_smile:

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Same here but you should stay optimistic…