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Want More Sales? .... No Sir!


#143

I think bro is morphing into bruh.


#144

Could be, everything changes, look at how “sick” has become a positive word.

“That’s a sick house” doesn’t mean “that’s a house under quarantine” anymore.

“Sick” is the new “awesome” or “cool.”

Even the accents change, have you noticed how Millennials sound different from the rest of us?


#145

You always put good advice. Thank you!


#146

Yes, sir! That is a great idea, sir!


#147

@proabdurrahman OMG thanks for your very important message bro.


#148

For sure, but it does deter potential buyers, so it’s very important that sellers know the cultural expectations.


#149

I say dear to customers lol


#150

Thanks for your kind information.


#151

That is a great idea…


#152

Thanks for your advice.


#153

Thanks for sharing <3


#154

Right your are. its better to call his name


#156

I’ve seen many sellers doing this. Even I get requests for designing logos addressing Sir, lol. However, by nature, some sellers used to say Sir or Madam to show their respect towards the person they talk with. But as a seller in Fiverr I haven’t used Sir or Ma’am so far.


#157

yup I agree often the first "sir " according to my mind same male and female


#158

Thank you for your information. but it is natural and professional in this marketplace.


#159

hehe right :sweat_smile::laughing:


#160

I have just joined the platform, thanks for the free tip.


#161

Absolutely good tip. Thanks


#162

thaks for mentioning the issue.


#163

That’s very strange, I had no idea people used that when making sales…