I’m a brand new seller on Fiverr, so i’m still just trying to get the mechanics of it.
I spent the last few days going through a myriad of posts in here, cause all the doubts I had woud’ve probably been answered already several times and i didn’t want to waste anyone’s time. It has been thoroughly helpful.
But then i came across this doubt concerning gig Revisions. I searched a lot of related topics, but couldn’t find the answers I need. My questions are (possibly) just dumb, so I’m sorry in advance.
1) I’ve set my gigs for a maximum of 2 or 3 revisions, depending on the package. In my head, if a buyer wants or needs 1, 2 or 3 revisions, they will have to happen within the delivery time frame. (e.g.: a 4 day delivery gig must include all revisions offered before time runs out)
Is that correct?Or am I looking at it the wrong way and you only have to deliver the work on the agreed time window and revisions are requested by the buyer after that?
2) When you’re working inside the order form (and I don’t know how it looks yet , but read about it), are you supposed to send your unrevised first work proposal through the chat attachment or click delivery button, complete the order and then wait for possible revisions?
3) I’m raising these questions after being contacted by a potential buyer. He wanted me to present him a custom offer with 8 revisions instead of 3. Those revisions were supposed to happen in very specific dates during the course of nearly 3 weeks (hence increasing that particular gig delivery time from 4 days to 20 days).
I’m not a big fan of pre-order revisions asked just for the sake of it. (In my life outside Fiverr, of course, since I have no experience here).
But imagine I had accepted these terms… What was i supposed to do in the order form? Send all 8 or 9 “drafts” through the chat attachment and only click the delivery button after all those revisions? Or click the delivery button after my 1st proposal and wait for the buyer to request revisions?
I’m really at a loss here and probably pre-worrying about nothing. If anyone has the time or patience to provide some guidance, it’d be most appreciated.
Sorry for the long post. Stay safe!