How to sell on Fiverr

by hypr
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I just joined Fiverr, and like many people want to make some money online, however I am having problems getting business on fiver, and only getting like 2 views.

What is a good way to get business on there if you have no reputation on there, and none of the people wanting help on there, if you give it don't reply back?

My only other concern is no one replies to my FB status even though I have just over 250 friends, so there really isn't much help there.
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  • Profile picture of the author Martin Lee Jr
    Hi hypr

    One way is to make videos about your gig and put it on the major video sharing sites. Youtube, Vimeo, DailyMotion, etc...

    But the best way to answer your question is click on the
    search button, and type in Fiverr, or Sell on Fiverr,
    and hit go.

    I see you are new, so just to let you know there are thousands of helpful Fiverr threads on this forum

    Hope this helps,
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  • Profile picture of the author prem khaira
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    Originally Posted by hypr View Post


    What is a good way to get business on there if you have no reputation on there, and none of the people wanting help on there, if you give it don't reply back?

    Hi there...Everyone has to start with no reputation. You just have to build yours from scratch...you have to start somewhere. Adjust your tags to get max exposure. Some markets in Fiverr are already saturated so to get some of that Organic Fiverr traffic, it all depends on many factors.

    Wishing you the best
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    • Profile picture of the author dreamer90
      Originally Posted by prem khaira View Post

      Hi there...Everyone has to start with no reputation. You just have to build yours from scratch...you have to start somewhere. Adjust your tags to get max exposure. Some markets in Fiverr are already saturated so to get some of that Organic Fiverr traffic, it all depends on many factors.

      Wishing you the best
      Like he said, add more tags. The more tags you have related to your gigs, the more views you have. It will take time... but don't give up.
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      • Profile picture of the author barryjames
        We all start from scratch. Just follow all the the threads from above and don't quit. Every day spend 30 minutes adding tags, videos or whatever it takes. When you get your first gig bend over backwards to provide a rapid and excellent response above and beyond your customers expectations. Then contact them one week later and offer them a special deal.
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        • Profile picture of the author icoachu
          Originally Posted by barryjames View Post

          We all start from scratch. Just follow all the the threads from above and don't quit. Every day spend 30 minutes adding tags, videos or whatever it takes. When you get your first gig bend over backwards to provide a rapid and excellent response above and beyond your customers expectations. Then contact them one week later and offer them a special deal.
          That's the SECRET. Do it every day. Don't quit. Discipline yourself to doing it 1 hour per day and devote some time to checking your stats. The more you do it, the better you get at it. Like riding a bike. Don't let the downturns discourage you.
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          Originally Posted by barryjames View Post

          We all start from scratch. Just follow all the the threads from above and don't quit. Every day spend 30 minutes adding tags, videos or whatever it takes. When you get your first gig bend over backwards to provide a rapid and excellent response above and beyond your customers expectations. Then contact them one week later and offer them a special deal.
          ... or you can promote your service in your sig in this forum and charge higher than $5.
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  • Profile picture of the author hypr
    thanks, the only things I am selling is a beat the system ebook, and remote desktop PC repair.
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  • Profile picture of the author SocialMediaOwls
    You need to first learn how to brand yourself.

    Once you learn that, you take that with you wherever you go. It works on all platforms
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  • Profile picture of the author icoachu
    Hit the forums hard. Use your fiverr link as your sig

    Also, you can promote your fiverr link using 50 of the promotions methods mentioned here: Critique of 50 top ways to drive traffic to your site | free website traffic
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  • Profile picture of the author hypr
    brand myself, hmm I do admit I am new to selling stuff online, its not like Kijiji which is more localized.
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  • Profile picture of the author seobro
    Hi Hypr:
    Problem is you have a rating of zero. This is because you are new. Most people on Fiverr have been there over a year. Like they already have a track record and have built up their rep. Perhaps you can get a friend to order your gig and rate you. That way, you will have at least one gig. Also, you need to have several gigs up. Each in a separate area. Try to get at least nine. Well, this is to increase your exposure. Fiverr has sub categories now. Look for one that is not crowded and jump in.

    I have found that I cannot depend on Fiverr to get me some gigs. The traffic is just too low, so you should create a web site and optimize it for your keywords and then point to your FIVERR gig. Please keep track of your time as it is poor pay. I get $3.92 per gig.

    Make sure your service does not go over an hour and you will probably still get less than the minimum wage. Working at McD pays more. Still, it is fun to do some gigs. Think of Fiverr as a way to gain exposure. People use it to start building up a name.
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  • Profile picture of the author icoachu
    Don't let the fact that other people have a proven track record. Just treat all your customers like GOLD and you should be fine. It will take a while but as you establish a track record, things should get smoother for you.
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  • Profile picture of the author FIERCE IM
    Hello,


    The hardest thing is the first sales and the first review. When you get that you need to over deliver to make the First Good impression. And start selling.

    Or you can featured your gigs for few box. That certainly will give your gig a bump and help to start the sale.
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  • Profile picture of the author koriley
    I did a few fiverr gigs as a test and realized that the only way to make money using fiverr is to upsell your customers to higher paying services. But fiverr doesn't want you doing that so be carefull how you go abou it. I always got the customer's email or skype ID to further clarify what they needed and then chatted them up on additional services.

    After a while I also realized that people on fiverr don't want to pay more than $5 for anything. I had a few actually get mad at me that I would not build out their entire site (graphics, content, auto responder setup, etc) for $5.

    But if you want to jump in I would strongly consider doing a video of yourself explaining the gig. This is what I did and got orders almost immediately installing Wordpress, which was and still is fairly competitive. I had automated software that would push the site to their account with one or two clicks and it took all of about a minute to complete. If you have to spend more than 10 minutes on a gig yourself then you should think about outsourcing the actual work.

    Hope that helps.
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    • Profile picture of the author BambiFox
      Originally Posted by koriley View Post

      After a while I also realized that people on fiverr don't want to pay more than $5 for anything. I had a few actually get mad at me that I would not build out their entire site (graphics, content, auto responder setup, etc) for $5.
      From my experience, I think a small modifier is advisable in your statement. "Some/Most people on Fiverr don't want to pay more than $5 for anything."

      The clients you want - to get the best out of your marketing on Fiverr - will pay plenty to get solutions to their problems. You can find them for $4 and show them what you can do.... I love your suggestion below-- more people should do it.
      Originally Posted by koriley View Post

      But if you want to jump in I would strongly consider doing a video of yourself explaining the gig. This is what I did and got orders almost immediately installing Wordpress, which was and still is fairly competitive.
      In your video you can give prospective customers a "Hint" as to how to contact you. It isn't necessary to be blatant at all. Just enough for a "smart" person to find you on Google. That's the kind of customer you need anyway.

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  • Profile picture of the author techbul
    You should offer more than the others are
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    Promote your listings all over the place outside of Fiverr. Create more services.
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  • Profile picture of the author icoachu
    Another approach is to create tons of related services at Fiverr. I see this done a lot by guys offering SEO spam services. These work as a net that draws in buyers who are then upsold on other services.
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  • Profile picture of the author think more
    I'm a level 2 seller on Fiverr.The best way to get orders for your gig is to get higher rank on Fiverr search result.Here is what I learned from my experience:

    >Use your main keyword in your title

    >Also use your keyword twice in the gig description.

    >Start your gig description with your main keyword

    >Put proper tags for your gig.

    >Add a video to your gig

    >mention the name Fiverr in your gig description.For example If you are offering logo design on fiverr then Put a statement Like this:"Exclusive Logo Design Gig Only on Fiverr". This trick worked great for me to rank higher on fiverr search result

    >Offer a money back guarantee-By this way you can gain more credibility

    All these above things helped me to rank higher on fiverr search result
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  • Profile picture of the author icoachu
    Study successful gigs that are similar to yours. Figure out what they are doing which you are not doing.
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  • Profile picture of the author icoachu
    Making a youtube video by using fiverr service providers helps you win on many fronts:

    1) you get to mention your service on your review of the service provider's performance

    2) you get to make "collected by" alliances by using others' services

    3) your video is more engaging and might yield more sales
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  • Profile picture of the author CyborgX
    You will first have to create a Gig for a small service you are willing to offer. Next you publish or share your gig with the world. If someone ordered your gig, you’ll be notified and asked to accept it. After 48 hours of successfully delivering your work, Fiverr will credit your account with $4. You can then withdraw the money to your PayPal account.
    There’s a green color sidebar on the right for sellers to do some market research on what type of gigs are popularly requested.
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  • Profile picture of the author DramaConvention
    To make better exposure of your gig, you need to add videos and outrank your competitors.....you can also try some promotion by bring backlinks to your gigs....
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  • Profile picture of the author icoachu
    Post your fiverr link on blog comments. Make sure it is relevant and actually adds value though. It also helps to have a FUNNY ANGLE to your service.
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  • Profile picture of the author dariusz88
    Hi! I'm fiverr buyer. I buy sometimes SEO services, like bookmarking and directory submisions.
    You should offer more services so your profile looks more "professional"
    Promote everywhere to get hits and get first customers - this way, you will get first positive comments on fiverr and this, in turn, attract more buyers.
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  • Profile picture of the author bsbear
    Do what I call 'Fiverr SEO' make sure to have keywords in your title, and description and tags. Make sure to have a good video, and Fiverr will do the rest for you.

    I started out my online career on Fiverr.. but then I quickly moved away in search of a better -no middleman- source of income.
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  • Profile picture of the author MakeMoneyKid
    I would suggest you to go for marketing your gig to the right (target) audience.

    First things first: create your portfolio site. Now don't host on Wordpress.com It sucks. If you can't afford the web host stick to Blogger or Tumblr instead.

    Sign up on Twitter, Linked In, Pinterest and even Instagram (with the same username. Now don't make a username that is hard to spell and remember). Next, make some videos and upload them on Youtube and other video sites.

    Since your gig is about Technology, try guest posting for a tech blog (rather a lot) and link to your portfolio site reporting the readers about your gig in the Author's Bio.

    Also, join on relevant forums and use your Fiverr gig as signature. However, do note "Words really matter" I'm not experienced well enough to suggest you on that. So try asking for other Warriors instead, on How to Write a Copy that Sells and How to Make Forum Signatures that gets clicked. Do some more research on increasing Conversion Rate.

    Now I don't want to discourage you. But, the truth is you most probably won't be making any sale until you have high ratings and testimonials. It's the same like "Even To earn money, You need money" The competition on Fiverr is extreme. Your gig needs to be stand out of the rest (if you want it to be spotted). If you can afford, then buy video testimonials on the Fiverr itself. And, yes. You don't need to buy any WSO. I 've read Fiverr Hurricane and honestly speaking, there was nothing new to read.

    To sum up, it's all about marketing. Don't Just Work Hard, BE SMART! All the Best!
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  • Profile picture of the author Kishor Mhaskar
    Understand first Fiverr is outsourcing site and marketers outsource work which they cant do or don't want do. So find out what services are hot or other terms which gigs are popular.
    Try to provide more than that. for example if popular banner creation gig is providing 1 banner in 4 days , you provide 2 in 2 days.

    Put a video describing your gig properly. You can outsource on fiver for this video.

    Invest in a tool or software which can make your work easy.

    Encourage your buyers to buy again, provide bonus, provide discount provide more for repeat buyers.

    Encourage them to put positive reviews. Repeat customers and positive reviews can crate a good impression of your gig.

    Once you complete 10 gig you can promoted to next level this helps you to charge extra for additional services. to know more about levels go here Fiverr's Levels

    I have been on Fiverr from long back but hardly got sale. But from last month I am getting continuous orders and promoted as level 1 gig providers using above mentioned points.

    Hope it helps.

    Thanks

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  • Profile picture of the author goguy
    You need to build rep, create many gigs in categories that are not saturated, add tags that are relevant to your gigs.
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  • Profile picture of the author Keepa
    Originally Posted by hypr View Post

    I just joined Fiverr, and like many people want to make some money online, however I am having problems getting business on fiver, and only getting like 2 views.

    What is a good way to get business on there if you have no reputation on there, and none of the people wanting help on there, if you give it don't reply back?

    My only other concern is no one replies to my FB status even though I have just over 250 friends, so there really isn't much help there.
    Hi hyper,
    I'm just getting started online and have been recommended to fiver to help me get the techi stuff set up.
    Maybe we can help each other here.
    Let me know if you interested.
    Cheers.
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  • Profile picture of the author apkkadam
    You might want to look at youtube and forums for promoting yourself.
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    • Profile picture of the author paulie
      I was in the same position as you a few years ago. Fiverr is good to get started and build your confidence up. It is also good to start building your portfolio and your reputation. If you are already competent with the kind of service youre offering try to position yourself as such. Your gig copy should sell yourself not just your gig. I would agree though that if your service is going to take more than an hour you will not make much money from it.

      But just be confident and your rating and your reputation will naturally improve over time. Try to value add as well. For example if your service is graphics related eg to make site headers say that you will produce two headers and not one to give choice. Also offer 7 days free minor changes from delivery. This kind of thing is a bit unusual on Fiverr eg giving that kind of value so it looks good to potential customers. It is appealing and should help boost sales for you.

      Hope this helps a little. If you need any more help let me know and I will be glad to help you as much as I can... PM me if you like.

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  • Profile picture of the author mikemeth
    Starting is always hard, use other sources to bring traffic to your gig, you will not gain much traffic from Fiverr right away.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve L
    Also, whatever you're offering, whether it's a service or a product, you want to somehow try and get them to opt-in your mailing list. If you're selling a product through fiverr, like say a video, you can have a secondary free offer at the end with a call to action.

    NOTE: You can't force them to sign-up before receiving the product however. That's against fiverr's tos I believe.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve L
    Also, i ran a facebook campaign about 9 months back sending traffic to my fiverr gig. I almost broke even on the campaign. So, I figured if I had a solid backend offer to offer at the end of the product, I could get somewhere with it. Soooo, I tried the same campaign a month ago, and it was a complete bust. Zero sales.

    Maybe it has to do with Facebook's alleged bot clicks?
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  • Profile picture of the author iWildCherry
    MY QUICK FIVERR ADVICE:

    1. Title:
    Keep your title short, simple, and to the point. Add keywords, and take advantage of the one word caps option. Example, "I will __ review your YOUTUBE music video, song, audio". Notice how the title is very simple but the main word, which is "Youtube" is capitalized. Also noticed how I added 4 keywords: music, video, song, audio. Very important to get you more viewers. You can also lengthen the title with more keywords "I will __ review your YOUTUBE music video, song, audio to get you more traffic comments".

    2. Categories.
    Find someone in your category who is selling a similar product with success and see where they are locating it. Sometimes changing your product from say the "Business" category to the "Online Marketing" category can mean a huge difference. Also, make use of the subcategories. Play around with these. Tip: You can create 2 similar gigs, place them in different categories and see which yields more traffic.

    3. Photo.
    Spend a good chunk of your time coming up with a good photo. Make sure that when you see it in an icon size, it still stands out. Be realistic about what gets people's attention and try to keep the image as close to what you are selling as possible.

    4. Description.
    Again, be simple and start of with "I will" and restate your service plainly. Once you speak in plain terms, now add some kind of a HOOK or a key reason why they should try you. Hooks can sometimes be FREE gifts or maybe just EXPRESS DELIVERY. In other words, something extra that may help your cause.

    5. Feedback.
    When you make a sale, literally ASK for feedback because the majority of buyers will not leave you feedback.

    6. Upsell/Cross promot.
    When you actually get a buyer, don't lose him! Try to offer him a better deal on the same service or offer them something like a buy 1 get 2 free on your gigs if possible.

    7. Market yourself.
    Start your own social site to promote yourself. The easiest places are twitter/tumblr as you can make use of their keyword/tag searches to get fast, free exposure.

    8. Competition.
    Be competitive and make sure what you are offering is a good deal and especially at the beginning a better deal than what others offer. Sometimes, when you are just starting you need to work more to get feedback and get started than to make a real profit. Once you have at least one sale under your belt and a rating, you can concentrate more on profits.

    9. Expand. Add more gigs and fill your 20 gig limit if possible. Wait maybe a month and see which gigs sell and which do not. Add/delete/edit gigs to see what yields you more traffic/sales. Always make sure you are expanding your business.

    10. Experiment with fads/popularity. You may go to Fiverr planning on selling something unique and uncommon - which if great, if you're a hit then you'll have very little competition. However, certain services are popular for a reason, the demand is high. So why not search the highest rated gigs and see if anything that is really hot is something that you can also do and jump on that bandwagon.

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  • Profile picture of the author Dorotea
    The problem with Fiverr is that the minimum pay is very less, you are better off selling your services here in Warrior Forum or Elance or Odesk.
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  • Profile picture of the author techotalk
    be regular on fiverr try to contact other member over there i use to spam there chatbox alot with my gig and finally able to make 500$/ month
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  • Profile picture of the author wlasikiewicz
    Are people making a living from fiverr?
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  • Profile picture of the author DramaConvention
    Hey hypr you need to optimize and promote your gigs. Get title and description optimized for your customers....Upload videos....Promote your gigs outside Fiverr....Get feedback once you receive an order...
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  • Profile picture of the author zdan06
    Show something unique and one of a kind ideas, one of that is making viral videos that you can post so will pay attention to it and will LIKE your FB post. You can also endorse your post directly to your friends and ask for their help by spreading your ideas.
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  • Profile picture of the author sirtiman
    Visit fb group realated with your gigs, not just fiverr topics but your gigs topics.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kevin Birch
    Originally Posted by hypr View Post

    I just joined Fiverr, and like many people want to make some money online, however I am having problems getting business on fiver, and only getting like 2 views.

    What is a good way to get business on there if you have no reputation on there, and none of the people wanting help on there, if you give it don't reply back?
    In my early days I started by contacting the people who wanted fiverrs doing - they are listed on the right hand side green panel.

    In those days, it worked out that one in 20 people I contacted actually purchased - I had to create gigs to match. It built a decent amount of useful feedback.
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  • Profile picture of the author Thomas215
    Hi,
    Selling first gig on Fiverr is quite hard you can market yourself via social media websites like facebook, twitter & tumblr or you can visit How to Sell on Fiverr
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  • Profile picture of the author travlinguy
    Since the marketing efforts are going to be the same anyway, why not choose a platform where you can actually make some money?
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    • Profile picture of the author Dbm811
      I have also found that making a image that realy stands out and has FIVERR in it will get you on the first page.

      but i still cant manage to get the volume needed to make a desent buck, i wonder if theres any other sites out there that`s like fiverr where you can sell things for a higher price, not like the fiverr clones out there but something useable
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  • Profile picture of the author Nerdygirl226
    its very cheap every thing in it only for 5$ how any one can make real money from it
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    • Profile picture of the author graeme_pc
      Originally Posted by Nerdygirl226 View Post

      its very cheap every thing in it only for 5$ how any one can make real money from it
      In a dollar store everything is a dollar. Do they look poor to you?

      It's all about value and throughput. Sell things on Fiverr that take less than five minutes to do, but unless you are a superstar, DON'T rely on it to make you a consistent income. Use it instead as ONE of your smaller income streams, or even just to pay for the gigs that you buy on Fiverr for promoting your higher paying work.
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      • Profile picture of the author YaniB
        One tip that I picked up along the way is that you need to offer as many similar/related services as you can, and then in each gig description, state that if they buy, you throw in any one of the others for FREE.
        Haven't been on Fiverr myself in awhile, but I'm pretty sure doing this can't hurt.

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  • Profile picture of the author Mindinchaos
    As most of you guys said, the real problem is trying to sell at the begining, but you need to be persistent and share as much as you can your gigs without spamming, I'm sure after that and maybe if you reach level 2 or more things will be more easy, also because of the fiverr extras
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    • Profile picture of the author jay5x
      There is strength in numbers and you will soon realise that Internet Marketing is a numbers game. Create all 20 Gigs available on your account. One of those will eventually result in a sale. And that will lead to more sales. Only 10 sales will make you a level 1 seller. Just hang in there!
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  • Profile picture of the author test11223344
    Over offer in the beginning to get those initial sales and reviews and hopefully help you on your way to level 1 and eventually level 2. Once you get that flood of sales, edit the gig to a more reasonable workload where it's worth doing for $4.
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  • Profile picture of the author marketingdynasty
    I think you should have believed in yourself and not worry about how many experienced guys there are on Fiverr. You should spread your listing all over the internet and you will find results in your favor very often.
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  • Profile picture of the author Millefiore
    See what's selling well and has lots of demands on Fiverr. You can check out how top sellers write up their gigs and try to create your gig like them. I'm not saying copy per se but you can mimic and make your gig look more detailed ie: include samples, videos, write up a description that's more complete, etc.
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  • Profile picture of the author Davidconstable
    You need to make good gigs. you can make a video about your service also. as you are a new to fiverr, it is hard to get an order here, when you will have some reputation, you will get more & more order easily.
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