The FIVE Ultimate Tips of Fiverr from a Top Rated Seller

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Hi Warrior,

On this auspicious day of completing my 459th sale on Fiverr I would like to reveal to you the secrets Mugamba tribe who predicted about Fiverr 3000 years back lol I've been doing a lot of reading lately. Many of which were titled 'the secrets of .....' in the beginning and in the end of book they say that the secret is that there is 'NO SECRET' just keep doing what you do blah blah!

Well this is not that kind of secrets but much powerful if you can allow yourself to learn from my little experiences. This is especially for Fiverrs and could also be useful to you if you are into sales of any kind. Lets get started

5. Use powerfully positive words in your gig title and throughout description, they compel human instincts (ahem) positively towards wanting a piece of cake (your gig)

4. Give a surprise gift or overdeliver . .....If you think its a bit too much for $5, doesn't matter do it anyway Its not about the 5 bucks its about you being happy and genuinely spreading happiness. In the end what matters is what really matters; Happiness!

3. What sells terrifically are video testimonials, pets videotaped eating food-message and shown backwards, using your talents like singing, dancing, music instruments etc for site/product promotion or personalizing them for your customer or their loved ones, video intros for websites/businesses. SEO is evergreen!

2. "Nobody wants to be sold but everyone likes to be helped" - read again!

The ultimate top mumbo jumbo topcat Fiverr secret.

1. If at all a customer leaves a negative feedback inspite of you being clear in gig description, instructions & the communication with the customer, IMMEDIATELY contact the Fiverr support stating what has happened. They will be genuinely happy to help you out and remove the negatives. Stay 100% :-)

If you can please add more out of your experiences in sales Along with many warriors here I'd love to learn. Thanks!

Have a Wonderful Day,

Evelyn
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  • Profile picture of the author joekoffi
    Originally Posted by Evelyn Goldston View Post

    Hi Warrior,

    On this auspicious day of completing my 459th sale on Fiverr I would like to reveal to you the secrets Mugamba tribe who predicted about Fiverr 3000 years back lol I've been doing a lot of reading lately. Many of which were titled 'the secrets of .....' in the beginning and in the end of book they say that the secret is that there is 'NO SECRET' just keep doing what you do blah blah!

    Well this is not that kind of secrets but much powerful if you can allow yourself to learn from my little experiences. This is especially for Fiverrs and could also be useful to you if you are into sales of any kind. Lets get started

    5. Use powerfully positive words in your gig title and throughout description, they compel human instincts (ahem) positively towards wanting a piece of cake (your gig)

    4. Give a surprise gift or overdeliver . .....If you think its a bit too much for $5, doesn't matter do it anyway Its not about the 5 bucks its about you being happy and genuinely spreading happiness. In the end what matters is what really matters; Happiness!

    3. What sells terrifically are video testimonials, pets videotaped eating food-message and shown backwards, using your talents like singing, dancing, music instruments etc for site/product promotion or personalizing them for your customer or their loved ones, video intros for websites/businesses. SEO is evergreen!

    2. "Nobody wants to be sold but everyone likes to be helped" - read again!

    The ultimate top mumbo jumbo topcat Fiverr secret.

    1. If at all a customer leaves a negative feedback inspite of you being clear in gig description, instructions & the communication with the customer, IMMEDIATELY contact the Fiverr support stating what has happened. They will be genuinely happy to help you out and remove the negatives. Stay 100% :-)

    If you can please add more out of your experiences in sales Along with many warriors here I'd love to learn. Thanks!

    Have a Wonderful Day,

    Evelyn
    Helpful points Evelyn!
    Thanks for sharing
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  • Profile picture of the author Jonathan92
    Hey Evelyn, way to go on all those gigs! Every one of these points are consistent with what I've seen in the top rated, highest selling gigs. If I were to pursue fiverr stuff more, I would probably go with something related to SEO, which I am glad to hear is evergreen.

    So they are showing pets eating food messages backwards now? That's pretty funny.
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  • Profile picture of the author jeffreyhuan
    Great tips. I just got my 6th sale on Fiverr. Hope to get more in the future.
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  • Profile picture of the author edwood
    Nice post Evelyn, thanks.

    I was going to ask for examples of "powerfully positive words in your gig title" and then I saw your sig. Very good.

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  • Profile picture of the author ThunderC
    those are important tips, just recently started to contact fiverr support about negative feedback even tough you do exactly was you said you would for 5$(4)

    :-)
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    • Profile picture of the author Evelyn Goldston
      Originally Posted by ThunderC View Post

      those are important tips, just recently started to contact fiverr support about negative feedback even tough you do exactly was you said you would for 5$(4)

      :-)

      Hmm when you multiply $4 x 400 the result is not 4 bucks not to mention the 'gig-extra' features you get once you become a top rated seller, plus, the greatest benefit is the experience one gains from handling customers and sales, and if you got skill, remember if someone can have $5 for good stuff they will have $50 for best stuff I like the uniqueness of the Fiverr concept, its a sweet 'addon' to your income though there are people making a living out of it.

      Cheers,

      Evelyn
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  • Profile picture of the author zk46
    The tips are useful for all fiverr users. I have done a great work with my fiverr gig and i have 115 reviews ALL POSITIVE and i have done some of the tips that u are telling noe like "overdelivering" but my gig is not listed to fiverr featured gigs. Thats the point that i dont understand fiverr ...
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  • Profile picture of the author Micah Medina
    Yes... exploit my dog for Fiverr gigs... now you're talking my language.
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  • Profile picture of the author Melissa82
    I heard that starting your gig is tough when you have zero feedback. Do most people have their friends and family buy a gig and leave great feedback? This seems like a smart way to get your ball rolling.
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  • Profile picture of the author markhimeb
    poor animals. At least, they get fed this way
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    • Profile picture of the author Micah Medina
      Originally Posted by Melissa82 View Post

      I heard that starting your gig is tough when you have zero feedback. Do most people have their friends and family buy a gig and leave great feedback? This seems like a smart way to get your ball rolling.
      That seems like the way to go - if you've got previous clients, you could always offer a "special sale" and get them to leave feedback on your gig.

      Originally Posted by markhimeb View Post

      poor animals. At least, they get fed this way
      Not if their feedback isn't good! "Rusty could have looked a lot happier with that milkbone..."
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      • Profile picture of the author ChrisCastle
        Thanks for the tips Evelyn, one other point if I may, it seems lately that keywords in your user ID will get you rated better in searches.

        I mainly use fiverr for buying, there are some cool gigs on there great for marketing, but my wife recently joined offering translating services, she got a gig within 15 mins that as let to her getting a contract worth thousands, so, its not just a fiver, great opportunity to pick up leads and contacts.

        Another tip: I noticed lots of people offer bonuses for positive feedback, a good way to improve your rating
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    Thanks for sharing Evelyn.
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    I love the idea of this. Thanks for sharing.
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  • Profile picture of the author Meinkraft
    I've been considering trying Fiverr, and I think these tips will push me to get started now. Thanks!
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    Thanks for the awesome tips :-)
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  • Profile picture of the author seobro
    Hi Evelyn:
    There are great tips for getting more gigs. I wish to add that you might develop some regulars that order your gigs over an over. Try to make sure you deliver on time as people get upset if you are late and let them know if you have a problem like your hard drive went bad or you are getting memory errors. Keep your customers in the loop as we say. Also, there are people who develop a following on fiverr and then disappear, but I would like for people to train juniors. Oh yes, if you are leaving on a trip let some one else keep the flame burning for you when you go on vacation for the holidays so your can come back again.
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    • Profile picture of the author madhushan
      Originally Posted by seobro View Post

      Hi Evelyn:
      There are great tips for getting more gigs. I wish to add that you might develop some regulars that order your gigs over an over. Try to make sure you deliver on time as people get upset if you are late and let them know if you have a problem like your hard drive went bad or you are getting memory errors. Keep your customers in the loop as we say. Also, there are people who develop a following on fiverr and then disappear, but I would like for people to train juniors. Oh yes, if you are leaving on a trip let some one else keep the flame burning for you when you go on vacation for the holidays so your can come back again.
      That is a very good idea SEOBRO. That's something I have never even thought about.
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  • Profile picture of the author tomcam
    Originally Posted by Evelyn Goldston View Post

    pets videotaped eating food-message and shown backwards
    Most specific marketing advice EVAH
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    • Profile picture of the author madhushan
      Hi Evelyn,

      Thankyou for your tips. I am a level 1 seller on fiverr, and I hope to scale up soon. There is an experience that I wanted to share with you.
      When I was still an amateur seller in fiverr with just 1 sale in 9 months, a customer contacted me. He was an amateur too, I guess, and he didn't know much. So, I ended up doing much more than the cost of the gig he ordered for. I was really frustrated with him, but I just didn't want to cancel the gig as it was only my second gig. So, I did what he asked for, and guess what... It really was good after all. Now, I have sold 18 gigs in fiverr, and 6 has come from that seller, and he's gonna order one more soon. That is when I understood the ethics of doing business: BUSINESS IS NOT JUST ABOUT EARNING MONEY, BUT ALSO BEING DEPENDABLE FOR YOUR CUSTOMER WHEN HE NEEDS YOU. It is just like the point 4 you shared.
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