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Send Attractive Buyer Request

One piece of advice commonly given to new sellers is to send buyers an offer over buyer requests. However, often people ask how to send a good offer. Here are some tips .

-Make sure to add a friendly greeting like as HI,Hello or something else
-Offer a special deal to the customer that they wouldn’t get otherwise
-Make sure your grammar and spelling is top-notch
-DO NOT use the same offer letter for every customer. You want to customize the offers to their needs.
-Add relevant experience and info
-Don’t make it too long; bullet points are a good idea
-Invite them to send you a message if they are interested
-Leave a thanking note

The main thing is to make sure you stand out from all the other sellers who send offers to the prospective buyer.All the best guys!

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Thanks for sharing these tips! I’m sure they will prove to be very helpful. :grin:

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You can send whatever you want if they don’t bother reading it… most of them look at the price first

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When writing a greeting, DON’T refer to the buyer as sir, madam, or dear

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Thanks for your tips brother…

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thanks brother for goog tips

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thank you for your good information

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Thanks For sharing those necessary advice :+1: :+1:

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Thanks for your tips :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

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I am a beginner and am really thankfull for sharing these important points

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this is great idea… thanks… :slight_smile:

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@mdrahmane Thanks for information!

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informative, I will apply it

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Thank you so much for sharing your valuable tips… :blush:

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thank you for the tip. its helpful

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Thank your for this!!!

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Such type of topics have previously been created before.

There is no point in recreating the tips which are available on the forum already.

Thank you for this. I was just listening to an old Fiverr 'Cast from 2016 and I wasn’t even aware of this option. I’m glad you revived it!

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I think it’s worth reviving every now and them to open up a dialogue of new findings.

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Yes, it might be, but only for those who prefer spoon-feeding.

If someone bothers to do even a little topic research on here, they would find a lot of helpful tips as well as solutions to their problems.

On the other hand, even the Fiverr guidelines suggest not to spam the forum by recreating these topics. So, technically there is no point in reviving these points.

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