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Want use FIVERR PM to message potential customers!?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by toughtrasher, Jul 13, 2013.

  1. toughtrasher

    toughtrasher Senior Member

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    A while back, Fiverr closed the option for its users to send each and every other user PMs. They did it because it was getting abused (good job, fellas lol ;) )

    Now we can only send PMs to sellers and people that have been rated (whether they were rated from selling their own gig or they were rated when they bought a gig - either way). At first glance, this is nothing new. We've all seen the huge box that says "Contact Seller" in a Fiverr gig.
    We can use this to our advantage:

    1) Find a gig that is related and similar to the one you are trying to sell. This is important because the guy that is making sales with your gig obviously has customers that love what he's doing. Don't you want these customers to be yours? Also make sure the gig has a lot of feedback.

    2) Right click on "Contact Seller" and open in a new tab. The URL of the new tab should be something like this: http://fiverr.com/conversations/[sellername]?related_gig_id=[gigids] with [sellername] being the sellers username and [gigid] being a set of numbers.

    3) Go back to the gig page of the seller and look at his customer feedbacks. Click on each individual customers name and check if they have had a rating or are selling gigs. If they don't have one of these two, move on to the next customer.

    4) Once you find a guy with a rating/selling gig grab his username and paste it right where [sellername] is in the messaging tab. Don't mess with the [gigid] as it doesn't matter and probably will just screw it up. You can now message this guy :)

    5) Keep finding these people and pasting their name into the URL and you can message a ton of targetted customers. Plus, remember it's Fiverr so they are definitely buyers!
     
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  2. toughtrasher

    toughtrasher Senior Member

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    bump. wow am I invisible in this forum? Just trying to help lol
     
  3. Moosey

    Moosey Senior Member

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    Cool method, nice share. In regards to being invisible, try posting this in the proper section, not sure if this is lounge material (even though for some reason SO MANY people sit in the lounge all day)
     
  4. toughtrasher

    toughtrasher Senior Member

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    Yes, you are definitely right. If a mod sees this, please change location to Black Hat SEO.
    Although I see a lot of misplaced threads where SEO is not even mentioned over in that section lol.
     
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    kez1000 Supreme Member

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    Kool method BUt a little tedious...if there was a bot that could do this then it
    would be killer
     
  6. toughtrasher

    toughtrasher Senior Member

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    I agree that it is tiring & boring but I mean, you get access straight to buyers that are geared to purchasing your gig.
     
  7. innthe

    innthe Regular Member

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    any bot/macro for mass messaging buyers and sellers?
     
  8. Jodly

    Jodly Regular Member

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    Doesn't this kind of a thing if done a lot get you banned from Fiverr, though?