What Guarantees Success In Fiverr.....?


#1

Hi everyone,
I just want to give tips that guarantees success in fiverr.
In no particular order, here are a quick one, though not exhaustive…

  1. Ability to make regular sales
  2. Ability to make meaningful contributions even in forum
  3. Regular positive reviews
  4. Ability to communicate quickly and politely
  5. Avoid trouble like you would a rattlesnake
  6. Must be active
  7. Always deliver on time
  8. Excellent ratings.

…anything to the contrary would not guarantee your desired success.

Hope this helps…!


#2

There is no guarantee of success for sellers here on Fiverr. There is no guarantee that sellers will even make sales on this site. True success is the result of continuous hard work, and the path to that success is different for every seller.

There are certainly tips and advice (such as some of the ones you shared above) that will help set a seller on the path toward success, but there is never a guarantee that they will be successful on Fiverr.


#3

I think to sum it up is to deliver what you promise to the highest standard possible.


#4

I think number 1 will guarantee success…
“Make regular sales”. Yep, that should do it, I think I will try to make regular sales from now on. Before reading this I always made irregular sales but now I know where I was going wrong!
Great advice! :smiley:


#5

dear Jonbass i agree with you … work hard and try u r luck


#6

there is no gurantees about success and faliure…some examples are
On average, large IT projects run 45 percent over budget and 7 percent over time, while delivering 56 percent less value than predicted
but still hard working people try to over take that factors
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#7

I am planning to do it differently. I am going to just make 1 sale that ends up with a few million dollars in the bank. Then I plan to just hang out. Sounds successful to me! How? Well, that’s the secret sauce. :wink:


#8

Luckily, the guy cracked the code for us :wink:


#9

It’s always refreshing when someone with zero sales knows exactly how to teach others to achieve a lot of sales. Just like all the tips I heard over the years how to become a millionair from people who weren’t millionaires themselves.


#10

bit unrealistic to me Lol


#11

You know, every time I go to the buyers requests section I think of the guy who said “utilize all buyer requests” and then I think of you saying “he cracked the code”, always make me smile :smiley:


#12

:smiley:


#13

Ah, who needs realism? It’s not like we need money to survive. Wait… :wink:


#14

You’re doing it all wrong!

You are using ordered list when you clearly stated you should be using an unordered list. This is really screwing with my brain, bloody Merry Christmas this is turning out to be! :stuck_out_tongue:


#15

How can you tell whether someone has had a sale? I know how to tell if someone has had a review.

The majority of my sales I have had a message saying how s/he appreciates my work, but not an official review.


#16

I was going to say #6 is the most important one.


#17

I think my assumption is very likely to be true when I see the profile of a linguistic multi talent full of mistakes and two gigs on it without any rating.


#18

A good point, I have seen people buying writingg gigs from people who clearly have mistakes though.


#19

Many of those guys crack the code lately.


#20

This is because in the land of the blind, the one eyed is king.