Being a Fourerr seller is a great thing, if you can play the game properly and you know what you’re doing. Every seller knows the importance of having a good relationship with buyers, offering good quality gigs and delivering on time. However, there are also sellers out there who, when it comes to making sales, don’t have a clue.
So here they are; the sellers that buyers will never buy from:
Sellers with No Previous Sales
OK, so if you’re new to Fourerr, you can’t help having no sales, but if you don’t have any orders in the queue or you don’t have any previous sales, buyers are always going to wonder about your gig quality. The best thing you can do therefore is to promote yourself like crazy on your website, blog and Facebook/Twitter profiles so that you can get current fans, friends and followers to buy your gig and get your sales rolling. By promoting your gig you are not only increasing your outreach to new customers but you are also increasing your chances of earning loads more cash.
Sellers with Bad Feedback
Sellers with absolutely no good feedback will never get their gigs bought by a Fourerr buyer. That’s because no buyer wants to waste their $4 on a gig they know they’re going to be disappointed with. As a result, you need to make sure that you deliver top quality gigs 100% of the time so that you can draw in new buyers and even get repeat sales from buyers who were happy with your previous gig delivery. Another thing that can have a negative impact on your feedback is your ability to communicate with your buyers too. *ALWAYS* make sure that you are polite and quick with your responses on Fourerr and show a professional attitude towards your gig sales.
Sellers that Never Deliver on Time
When your gig says that you can deliver within 1 week, sellers that keep their buyers waiting a fortnight for their gig will never get sales. A cancelled gig means that you will lose out on money and a potential long-term buyer too. If you really think you will be unable to deliver your gigs within a certain time frame, give yourself plenty of time and be realistic about when you can deliver your gigs. Buyers are much more likely to buy from someone that has great feedback about punctuality even if they need to wait a little longer for the gig.
Sellers that Make False Promises
Any seller that promises the world is very unlikely to meet expectations. Therefore, if you are offering a gig you need to be honest about what it is and how it can benefit your buyer. For example, if you’re offering SEO help, never say things like “Guaranteed to get you to the top of Google”, because your buyer will inevitably be disappointed when your SEO gig doesn’t work. Instead, be realistic about your gig benefits so that your buyers keep coming back for more.
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