Over 1 year,1700+ positive reviews,10 sales per day,1st in high rating filter but still not eligible


#1

Hi,

This is my 1st post here.

I have over 1700+ positive rating(100%) in total and i am holding the 1st rank in high rating of Photoshop sub category!

last week also i contacted fiverr CS and they said i am still not eligible.

after two days they have promoted 2 other sellers to Top rated and they just have 800 positive reviews.

so i think it is not about reviews or the sales amount we do for a day!

i normally do 10 sales per day(nearly $80).

can anyone tell me what i am missing??

thank you very much! -

Sheriff’s Note: Moved.


#2

Reply to @ryangillam:

Thank you very much for your suggestion!

I already did that and all they say is i am still not eligible.


#3

thanks machan,

i checked your profile and you have nice gigs in different sections.

i think you are correct!i will try to do some other works also!


#4

I have seen people that get about 10 to 30 sales a month get TRS. It’s not about the sales but rather what you offer, and what Fiverr feels is unique enough to draw attention to. There is an area somewhere I think it’s like community at fiverr dot com where you can send your story and if they like it, you can have a chance at TRS. Also note, I have seen users with over 10,000+ feedback and are still waiting for a TRS position… soo.


#5

Reply to @mimie01:

Thank you very much for the reply!i also think that is the main reason! :slight_smile:


#6

I know of a seller who has only 1 gig, is here for a year and made only 70 sales, is not active in the form, has no cool story, not that I have read and is Top Rated Seller. So…I am really not sure what makes a Top Rated Seller.


#7
salvatorejcs said: This is my 1st post here.

Your not active in the comunity, aka forum. May be that is a factor?

#8

Hello, Same here machan :slight_smile: even I am an active member on forum also but no sign of being a top rated seller… in your case I think you have to manage your GIGs too because you have 3 gigs in same category your gigs have to be unique to each other too


#9

Ask them to forward your message onto the editors who actually make the decision. Customer Support does not make the decision. You will then (hopefully!) get a very lengthy reply back!


#10

Reply to @mimie01: I forgot to mention a 22% cancelation rate. I can oly assume it has something to do with the gig avarage pice, in this case. Any thoughts? I am really interested.


#11

Reply to @freelancemm: i completely agree with you!i also have seen such sellers!


#12

Reply to @kjblynx: I will try that too and i will let you know how it goes,

thank you very much for your helpful information!


#13

Reply to @mimie01: my average price is $8,

i think it is a factor,

but exactly dont know how much they are expecting!

i talked to some TRS in different categories most of them are just selected without a request.

so i gave up requesting!:slight_smile:


#14

Reply to @mimie01: Do keep in mind that before you noticed them, there was a chance they had a previous gig of which they paused or something of a personal issue may have come up so they might be TRS for a reason that might not be as obvious months later. Not saying this is the case with the user you’re referring, but just pointing that out. I seen a few TRS that look like they have gotten hardly any sales but I know as I have been here over 3+ years that that isn’t the case with some.


#15

Ahh that makes sense…


#16

Reply to @salvatorejcs: No, that’s definitely not it. I was promoted to level 2 even before I knew a forum existed. So I think there must be another reason.


#17

Reply to @mcromano: I was too. But I think this guy is talking about going up to a TS. That’s a different ballgame.