Fiverr Forum

Non orders association


#1

I’m a level 1 seller… my gigs not show in any search’s / the fiverr only help selected sellers… /

WE SHOULD DO SOMETHING TO STOP THIS

join with me to win this struggle… thanks for reading this


#2

I feel your pain, it was the same with me… and in five days I’ll get level2 status, but most of orders were made while having no levels at all. :


#3

Fight THE MAN, take up your pitchforks, Down for the struggle, equal pay for equal sex, I’m with you my brother, no more stepping on the meek and stifling the inequality of our minimality, lets get out there and… wait…what are we fighting for again?


#4

TO GET EQUAL RIGHTS FOR ALL THE SELLERS


#5

no need more attention than a level 2 sellers…


#6

TO GET EQUAL RIGHTS FOR ALL THE SELLERS


#7

I reach level one, and now, is like i am crawling with all my orders. Nope, just kidding, my gigs doesn’t apears in the research, my mail box is empty and is hungry… :frowning: I join you because i think my gigs are good but deserve more views !


#8

PLEASE UNDERSTAND THE SITUATION


#9

YOU TALK ABOUT SALF PROMOTION… PLEASE TELL ME …???IF YOU CAN FIND INOUGH BUYERS AT FB/TW/MSP/ SO WILL YOU COME TO FIVERR.COM?


#10

Come on, guys. Don’t whine :stuck_out_tongue: . I think everyone gets their fair share of attention on Fiverr.



I’ve had weeks without any orders. Also, I believe it took me more than a month to even get noticed in here. :o



Just be patient and if you know anything about promoting yourself (share your gigs on Twitter, FB, on your blog, whatever), then do. I just happen to be really bad at this, so I just hope people see me on Fiverr, but it’s worth a try and if your gigs and customer service are good, you will get sales eventually. :slight_smile:


#11

Basic Business Mindset. There will be always time where you dont get any sales at all and there will be times you will get ALOT of sales but of course, that can be change if you do marketing. MARKET YOURSELF! stop whining.


#12

Reply to @carlaism:



"(share your gigs on Twitter, FB, on your blog, whatever), then do. I just happen to be really bad at this, so I just hope people see me on Fiverr, but it’s worth a try and if your gigs and customer service are good, you will get sales " ???



IF SELLERS AND BUYERS MET ON Twitter, FB, on your blog, whatever …SO THEY NO NEED TO COME TO FIVER… THEY WILL DO THEIR BUSNESS AT THEIR???


#13

Reply to @designhero: Written messages and intonation :))… Sorry, I was the one who wasn’t paying attention and replied to you although we were making similar points. :slight_smile:


#14

Hey @djslash, why are you being rude (caps lock on, so I’m guessing you’re yelling at me for some reason)? I have just told you I don’t promote myself because I’m not good at it and that I’ve had periods when I haven’t had sales for weeks, even months, so I DO UNDERSTAND the situation. I just suggested it to you because I know people who do it and it’s working for them.



People wouldn’t buy things on FB/Twitter just like that, because they wouldn’t know what they’re buying. Fiverr is a well organized place, we have the rating system to prove that we’re good, so there is more trust and people prefer to buy things like that. So if you share your Fiverr gigs on FB/Twitter/etc…, more people would react than if you just posted a status message with “Hey, give me $5 and I will do a nice logo for you”.



We all get attention at a certain point on Fiverr. There are very many of us. You can’t expect to be on the first pages all the time.



Top Rated Sellers have earned their name on this website through great customer service and quality gigs. :slight_smile:


#15

In fact, djslash does have a point there. If I promote my specialized video production on FB/TW I can either sell it at real prices… Why would I promote underpayed gigs on fiverr, where I get only 1/100 of a price for such value. Think about it :slight_smile: If fiverr promotes my gigs, they get paid too. Otherwise I promote my real business I do in real life.


#16

Reply to @bafana: You haven’t read my entire post then. People are less likely to pay any attention to a status message that says “I will do something for $5” than to a shared gig from a trusted website, where you have ratings and comments on your work, even samples, you know? :slight_smile:



Also, Fiverr does promote our gigs, BIG time! But there are soooo many sellers. You can’t always be on the first pages, that’s all I’m saying.


#17

Reply to @carlaism: Even if I didn’t read it whole, my post doesn’t change a bit. :slight_smile: I get calls for producing something for 200$ and more, that well I’m already promoted through the web (not even knowing, I’m doing almost the same things for fiverr) :wink: Said in other words, my brand is already known so much, that customers don’t need examples of what I do. That’s why I don’t want to promote my business from fiverr in my already established business.



You’ll ask why am I then doing on Fiverr? The answer is: Mostly trying out new ways and trying to go global. There is a limit of business in local country. It’s better to have all productions spread in many networks and specializations. You never know when crisis in one business destroys your income.


#18

Sure, but then your experience is different from that of other sellers in here. You have a working business, your work is known. Fiverr is just expansion. :slight_smile: But for a person trying to get himself/herself known on FB/Twitter alone (without having a known business or working with a trusted site), I just don’t see that happening.



I only work on Fiverr. I get to go out in the weekends with the money and that’s about it and I’m not complaining, because I’m grateful for the opportunity Fiverr is giving me and it’s a very well organized website.



With thousands of users, also new ones every day, we all have ups and downs, periods with orders and even weeks of nothing whatsoever…


#19

Whats the point of having them work with you through fiver if they come from fb or twitter?



Its for your security! and have you ever heard of SOCIAL MARKETING? If you dont get the logic behind it, just do some research.


#20

Reply to @designhero: I’m just sharing methods I’ve heard from others, trying to help. As I’ve said before, I am not a marketer. I’m a horrible business person, so I rely on Fiverr alone too.



This is why I replied to this post, because I can completely relate. But I don’t complain, because as rare as orders might be sometimes, I LOVE FIVERR for this opportunity it’s giving me to do what I love :X . Nobody would even notice me elsewhere. :frowning: