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You can edit Fiverr's Quick Reponses


#1

Fiverr wrote some awesome quick responses for us. What I like the most is that the { }writes the name of the buyer, which builds sympathy.

However, if you want to add things like “please remember this is a subjective gig” or “If you like my work, tips are appreciated” you can use the “edit” button. Or you can click “duplicate” and edit the duplicate.


#2

I didn’t even realize that we could do those things.
Thanks.


#3

Thank you so much


#4

Glad to help, I found out by accident. :slight_smile:


#5

Thanks for great tips.


#6

Great tip. Will have a look at it.


#7

Thank you So much @fastcopywriter :slight_smile:


#8

Great tip.
Thank you!


#9

Nice tip and thumbs up to fiverr!


#10

Please how can I edit a message I sent to a client?


#11

You’re welcome @alizatouch :wink:


#12

It’s just like e-mail, once you send it is sent, can’t undo it. You can only send another message, maybe apologize to your client or clarify what you wrote.


#13

Nice tip, this definitely helps and great move by the Fiverr Team by adding these “Quick Responses” and “Emoticons”! Do you have any ‘favorite responses’ or something everyone should use?


#14

Well, this is how I edited Fiverr’s delivery response:

"Hi {name},

Thanks again for your order! Your delivery is enclosed. If there are any problems, please let me know. I’ll get back to you as soon as I can.

Thanks again and have a great day! :slight_smile:
fastcopywriter

P.S. If you’re not happy with my work, you can click “Resolve Now” on the right and start the refund process."

This is my other response:

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Hi!

The attached word document has what I did. Please remember this is a subjective gig.

If you like my work, please give me a 5-star review.
If you really like my work, tips are always welcome. :slight_smile:

Thanks for your order!

Simon

P.S. If you’re not happy with my work, you can click “Resolve Now” on the right and start the refund process.

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What do you think?

I have no idea, I know the 2nd response is more likely to lead to tips, but perhaps I’m putting myself down by saying “if you really like my work.” Maybe I should just say: “If you like my work, please give me a 5-star review. Tips are also appreciated.”

This is why I hate writing for myself. LOL


#15

Wow that’s amazing I’m using this but i couldn’t realize that we can do that either
Thanks for this


#16

Nice responses :D…liking both #1 & #2

For #1 - maybe have “fastcopywriter” capitalized “Fastcopywriter”?
Definitely an interesting technique to include “the Resolve Now” refund process, I think that works to your advantage!

For #2 - maybe also add the “Hi {name}” or “Hey {name}” etc.?

-maybe add “…word document (.doc) has my completed work!”…

-maybe add your name like this >

Simon,
Fastcopywriter

–or add "if you enjoyed my services, please give me a 5-star review."
and just "tips are always appreciated. :smiley: "?

How does that sound? Looks good either way, thanks for the help!

*Plus, you can always do a “Split-Test for a few orders” to see if a different response, has more of an effect than other other!


#17

Great tips
Thanks sir


#18

Good point, in marketing we often capitalize websites: WhateverWorks.com because they’re easier to remember that way.

It’s hard to split tests for me, I rarely see any correlations. Although today a buyer who spent $10 ended up giving me a $15 tip. I think it’s because he likes the work and I did deliver in 24 hours instead of 3 days.


#19

*If delivery = 1 not 3, tip = +15? lol…nice!


#20

{username} adds the username of the buyer automatically!