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Episode Info: Vasily Kichigin is one individual that has made a name for himself as a professional freelancer, an amazing and remarkable feat, considering his background as a professional tennis player. Remotrepreneur’s Insights Opt for a Fast Service – If you chose a remote career on Fiverr, go for a service that you can do quickly. That way you will go through more orders in less time. Build Your Personal Brand – If you’re planning to scale your Fiverr career, you should develop your own voice in a personal brand that will be a representation of your best work and services. Focus on Customer Experience – No matter what you’re selling, there will be always customers that might have some questions or complaints about your service. Always do follow-ups, check-ins, replies etc. You have to ensure the customer and that you care. Key Podcast Milestones 04:20 – Why Vasily chose freelancing 07:47 – Vasily’s start on Fiverr 21:50 – How Vasily managed to freelance 0-30 orders per day on Fiverr 33:30 – The moment when Vasily rang the bell on the Stock Exchange 45:00 – What happened when everything collapsed 57:12 – Vasily’s podcast 01:04 – Questions from Vasily’s Instagram live Top Key Quotes “It’s important to know if you go on Fiverr or Upwork, you have to offer something that you could do fast. If it’s going to take you ages, then it’s going to go slow and you have to be patient. So, you have to find something you can do fast.” “It’s important to get out of the comfort zone if you’re going to be building a freelancing career. So, you have to work on your personal brand. It’s not required, but your personal brand is going to scale your freelancing career.” “You have to trust in people. If you don’t trust people, you can’t build a team. So, you have to take a risk but you have to be careful when you’re building a team.  Maybe you’re outsourcing some tasks without giving access to your Fiverr account at the beginning just to build trust.” “I think why it worked out for me is because I was going for customer experience, this is the most important. So, over-deliver, make sure the customer is happy, fast replies and obviously solve the problems.” “When someone orders a gig, you can actually use YouTube. So, create a shortcut to a YouTube video and then you can send it to clients right away as soon as he orders. That way the client is going to ask you less questions and they will use a FAQ where you can create those video messages.” “You can do multiple things very good. You have to pick one or two things, depending on what you do.” “Obviously in business and online space, you have short-term, which are working well, and long-term things. Long-term things, as we mentioned the podcast, for me the podcast would be long-term but it is, I’m still going to be back. But, right now, I’m focusing on writing a book. I actually started writing a book a year ago.” Resources Socials Vasily Kichigin...
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