I’m specifically referring to the “Contacts” section under “More” on your tool bar tab. Have you been there yet? Sending offers after a buyer initially contacted you is easily handled within the normal course of your order page and messaging system when a buyer contacts you initially that happens during the day to day transactions.
The Buyer contact section is the complete list of orders and contacts that gives you the option that Fiverr provides to “Send an Offer” If there is a “Send an Offer” tab they are encouraging you to send a past buyer an offer.
I haven’t sent anything to anybody. So I have no clue what you are talking about when you say, “Is it possible you contacted your recent buyers…” This is an ongoing discussion in one of my facebook groups.
Here’s the problem and here’s what’s going on. Top rated sellers have time and time again have made articles on their successes and have openly shared with people what has worked for them to grow their business with the tools fiverr provides. That goes with podcasts too. There have been Podcasts that Fiverr sponsored that encourages you to service your existing client list. I’ve heard several of them. Fiverr in turn promotes these articles because it helps show the success stories from their platforms. Customer service continually updates at a breakneck speed new changes, new rules and new terms of service. New Sellers looking to help grow their business get help thru these articles and posts that are written. The majority of those rules limit what sellers can do and usually can’t do. Many of these rules are changing things that were applauded and celebrated in the past. The servicing previous clients is a perfect example. That feature is still on Fiverr. Go to “More” -->
–> “Contacts” and you will see what I mean.
Here’s the truth though, as a buyer if you do a search for services you will get an automatic email from Fiverr on a regular basis talking about specials, other gigs that are compatible to your search etc. But see, that’s not called spam though. That’s called follow up email marketing. So let’s be grown ups and stop calling every legitimate message sent “spam”.
So if you want to be successful on Fiverr, you must not take the advice of articles written on how to be successful on Fiverr and apply them. You should not listen to their sponsored podcasts either. You have to spend a lot more of that time and effort keeping up with the ever changing rules and regulations. You must be an expert at following this forum on a daily basis for the next rule change to come down unless you want to get a Term Of Service Warning for following the advice of articles written.