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Renata is a businesswoman and published author. She owns many websites and primarily focuses on Digital Marketing, Content Writing, Website Design, Develo[pment, SEO, and Domain Brokering.

Renata is also the Founder/Editor of 'iRenata.com', 'UK Website Designers', 'Cymru Marketing Journal', 'UK Domain Brokers' and 'Disability UK' Online Magazine.

Renata offers several services for startups and SMEs.

Renata has a large network of over 10K connections on LinkedIn, compromising of Directors, CEOs, Millionaires, Billionaires, and Royalty. https://www.linkedin.com/in/renata-b-48025811/

Disagreeing With Your Competitor

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Disagreeing With Your Competitor.

Minding my own business, I scrolled through my LinkedIn Notifications and noticed someone blatantly taking the proverbial p#ss out of a local pizza company. Curious about the topic of discussion and because I specialize in domain names I decided to join the conversation.

The entity happens to live in the same city as me in Cardiff Wales and runs a Marketing Agency, he pointed out that a domain name a pizza company was using has the word sh#t in the domain name. It did not have the actual word; it was the way the letters were merged and highlighted by my competitor that showed all the words in poor taste (no pun intended).

There is a saying “put your brain in gear before putting your mouth in motion” and for me, Monday morning was the start of my content writing week, and I should have thought twice before ending up arguing in a testosterone-heated discussion.

My competitor later admitted he copied the image and content from Reddit and then went on a defense that he has always supported the company and gave them free marketing…yer right.

My point was, never take the mick out of another business for the following reasons:

  1. If you are on a network channel such as LinkedIn, someone you are connected to and who does not agree with your message may never use you in the future or pass work your way. You should never burn all your bridges. I wont be sending business their way.
  2. If the business that was made a mockery of found out and the article went viral, there would be a certain amount of people that may not use the business, thinking if they cannot get their domain/branding right, it could look like they do not have much money to invest in a decent domain name so what is the quality of their pizzas going to be, are they scrimping on the ingredients too?
  3. The business does not want to be seen by people that will join in on the banter. The business loses credibility.
  4. It shows unprofessionalism.
  5. You instantly lose trustworthiness and credibility.

The image below is proof in the pudding of what I was trying to say as low and behold a person actually commented about the innuendo the marketing agency implied about the domain name and the pizza guy.

I have redacted the person’s name that made the comment.

So, although this competitor thought it was funny to take the p#ss out of a company. I quickly jumped on the bandwagon in the Pizza Companies’ defense.

I tried to point out if this was a photo of my business being circulated around social media and I had a questionable domain name (I am a domain broker so that would never happen but if it did) and people were laughing at me I would if I was in the Pizza guy’s shoes, sue the entity that started it.

Not being a lawyer (solicitor), I used the wrong words, I said I would sue the entity for defamation of character but what I should have said was “I would sue them for Libel”.

Yes, this article came with trolls, and everyone seemed to be on the side of the competitor, congratulating him for his publicity stunt and stupidity.

However, for the pizza guy, his pizza domain will be stuck in my head, not for his delicious pizzas (as I have never tried them) but for his poor choice of the domain name and the article I read.

The one troll said any lawyer wanting to take this case on would also be taking the p#ss. I stopped interacting after that, as I did not want to add any further fuel to the fire. I defused the situation.

So unbeknown to the entities in this article, I consult with lawyers (solicitors) as I happen to own a solicitor’s directory and forum which is for sale:

www.cardiffsolicitors.co.uk

(The Domain & Website Are For Sale Or Lease, along with www.conveyancingcardiff.co.uk and www.cardiffprobatesolicitors.co.uk).

What is libel and slander?

Headlines show us that celebrities and the rich and famous go through libel or slander lawsuits – however, it’s also a big problem for businesses and in the most extreme cases can damage a business’s reputation to the point where it can no longer continue trading.

So, what should a business do if it finds out that a third party is making libelous or slanderous statements about it?

The fundamental differences between libel and slander are when somebody makes a false or untrue statement or claim about an individual or an organization that harms their reputation or good standing, verbally or in writing.

Both cases are classed as defamation although there is an important difference between the two – libel concerns written or drawn statements, and photographs, whilst slander concerns verbal defamatory words.

Defamation is said to have occurred simply when a statement is made that lowers somebody’s opinion of your business as a result of hearing or reading it.

A brand that cannot afford a high-quality domain name may be questioned if they have enough finances for their business and the quality of the products or services they sell.

“Your brand is what people say about you when you’re not in the room. – Jeff Bezos, Founder, Amazon.com

Defamation is notorious on social media as I have found out and can often take place where individuals and customers are able to express their feelings about your business.

As an example: Price Chopper in the US saw a tweet that was criticizing them. They saw that the individual who had tweeted was employed by a business who they had some sort of commercial relationship with. And although the tweet wasn’t related to that relationship, and was on a personal account, they complained to the employing company that the tweet could jeopardize the relationship between the two companies, and they requested that the employer take some action against the tweeter.

What my competitor failed to see is even though he is one of my first connections on LinkedIn I am never going to send business his way or recommend him, as who is to say that he could not or would not slander me or anyone I sent his way further down the line? He lost credibility and trustworthiness posting that article on LinkedIn.

Another Case of defamation: In Preece v JD Wetherspoon plc, a pub manager was verbally abused by certain customers. The manager posted on her Facebook account about the situation and criticized the customers. A relative saw the comments and complained to the company which subsequently dismissed the manager for gross misconduct. https://www.workspace.co.uk/content-hub/business-insight/analysis-how-social-media-can-damage-brands

If your business finds itself in the unfortunate dilemma of having a libelous or slanderous statement made about them they need to collect all the evidence to make the case solid. It is very important to quickly assess the situation and, if necessary, take decisive action.

In most cases, no action will be taken as there is not enough evidence and witnesses may be reluctant to get involved. People are likely to hear the statement and/or may not take the comments seriously or back your corner.

One has to weigh up the pros and cons and if it is worth the money, time, and heartache of suing someone that may not have two cents (pennies) to rub together?

Sometimes causing unnecessary publicity from the lawsuit could actually further damage a business’s reputation and in such circumstances drawing attention to itself may actually do more harm than good.

If you feel this is the route to go through, are adamant you have enough evidence, and can prove you have lost business or will lose business, then the next step is to find a lawyer (solicitor).

Sometimes lawsuits can be avoided, and incidents nipped in the bud and mended what is broken by doing extensive PR Campaigns to show the business in good light.

In the case of the pizza guy, the best plan of action would be to change his domain name. He does not necessarily need to rebrand just have an exact match of searchable keywords and phrases in his domain name without the letter SH#T in the URL.

For the marketing company disrespecting his brand name, I would have done this differently if I were them, I would have reached out to the pizza guy and told him what people have noticed and are saying and then offer some relatable domain names, rather than making a mockery of his brand for a few likes and follows. (Low Blow PR Stunt).

What the marketing company (competitor) did was give me an idea to write an article that relates to my three sites: UK Domain Brokers Site and also the Cardiff Solicitors Site as well as the Marketing Journal and it gave me the opportunity to contact the pizza guy myself with a couple of domain names and offer him some marketing...thank you.

Legal action can be costly and time-consuming and there is no guarantee that the outcome, hence if people are laughing about a brand name behind the owner’s back, someone needs to step in and defend them.

A pizza guy may be an expert in baking pizzas and may not have the knowledge of SEO and Marketing, so PR stunt or not I will not be giving this marketing company any work or recommendations.

What if I need to take legal action?

To make a claim against libel or slander you must start legal proceedings within 12 months of the defamatory statement being made otherwise you will be legally unable to take any action against the other party.

How can I avoid making libelous or slanderous statements myself?

The best course of action is like I said earlier putting your brain in gear before putting your mouth in motion and quite simply ‘think before you speak!’ Be extremely careful about making accusations about another party, especially if you cannot provide proof that what you are saying is true.

Never make innuendos such as the marketing company did, and highlighted the letters SH#T in the domain name. This implies the guy’s pizzas are inferior. Sometimes it is better to keep your opinions to yourself.

I have not shared the previous article written by my competitor purposely as I do not want to draw further attention to something that should have been avoided providing the person posting the article had one ounce of common sense, which in my opinion he did not.

Simply highlighting the letters SH#T in the domain name was disrespectful to the domain owner even though he could have chosen a better domain.

Who wins at the end of this? I do of course because I have secured two exact match domain names that will help the pizza guy with his marketing and advertising?

I wonder what the competitor’s clients would think if this was brought to their attention, after all, my competitor has his clients on his landing page and I am sure it would not look good for him if he was seen to be disrespecting another company.

When publicly speaking about a third party one needs to be careful not to say anything derogatory or offensive, because making statements can leave you open to being sued for defamation or libel.

It is much better to empower, support, and find solutions for businesses that may be experiencing issues with branding and domain names rather than criticizing and laughing at the expense of their errors, for your own gains”.

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Likes.com can be the next Twitter.

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Likes.com Can Be The Next Twitter.

Why Settle For Second Best (Twitter) When You Can Have Likes.com?

Elon Musk is in the news because he wants to acquire “Twitter.com”.

OK I get it, he wants his own social media platform that he can control, but what if there was an easier way and he had something everyone is doing for the most part and that is getting likes to social media posts. Imagine having a domain name called www.likes.com

With the right people to build a platform, Elon would own a social media app that could potentially blow everyone else out of the water, it is not exactly rocket science.

Having a team dedicated to the platform, from website designers and app developers to digital marketers and social media influencers will be quicker to launch than building a colony on Mars. He would have to employ a special ops department specifically for the project. This project would be bigger than anything he could imagine and he would have to have offices in multiple regions. This would need planning from who would build the platform to the staff that would have to run it on a daily basis. This would create jobs in multiple countries.

If I were in Elon’s shoes I would build something Grander than Twitter or Meta/Facebook and let the other social media platforms hurtle into cyberspace.

With all the money he is expected to pay to get control of ‘Twitter’ I would save him the money and the trouble and get him to build something himself, rather than squabble over ownership of a platform I personally very rarely use @ukdomainbrokers, although Elon @elonmusk is pretty active on there.

Brokering:

Michael Dooner and I are brokering (www.LIKES.com) domain name in partnership on behalf of the owner.

Further Reading:

https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2022/apr/15/twitter-poison-pill-elon-musk-takeover

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-61104231

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Why is Content Writing Important?

Why is Content Writing Important?

Content Writing helps to engage the visitor and encourages them to come back, not only this content writing, written on a continuous basis helps to rank your website and gives domain authority.

I have in the past successfully written posts and used the following technique I am about to share with you to get domain names indexed and ranked.

My Strategy.

  • Write engaging quality content about your niche.
  • Monetize your article with affiliate links.
  • Perform SEO (add keywords, meta descriptions).
  • Forward your domain name if you have one to the article.
  • Upload the link to your article (your page) to Google Console Manager manually.
  • Wait a few days for Google to crawl your site.
  • Share your article on social media.

Content writing is an essential part of getting business because it draws prospective clients to your website.

A website that is static and does not have regular content on its pages will never move up the ladder in terms of the ranking of domain authority, in fact, may eventually start disappearing. The name of the game is to get your website on the first page of search engines and keep it there, whilst not letting your content become stale. No one wants to keep coming back to a boring website, especially if you are promoting services rather than selling products.

Search engines prefer to see websites that have new content. As an example, I have a static site called www.ukwebsitedesigners.co.uk and at one point it was on page 5 of search results so because I do not have a blog for this particular static website, just a page titled blogs. Hence what I have started doing is adding backlinks to the articles I have previously written and published on my other blogs. This creates content for my static site whilst boosting my articles from my other sites. You do not have to have to use your own articles but publish links that have high Moz Domain Authority to other sites relevant to your niche.

The best way of attracting customers is to create quality content that can encourage people to read your articles.

Simply posting and forgetting your articles does not help, one needs to go a step further and share your content on social media platforms, groups, and pages. Granted providing you do your SEO correctly your article will be indexed and ranked but it does not bring traffic in quickly. One needs to do networking and share articles to email lists and directly to your connections. Depending on your budget you can also consider PPC advertising to boost traffic but always try the free options first. With my strategies, I have not had to pay for PPC advertising for many years and have saved myself hundreds of thousands of pounds.

Having an exact match searchable keyword or phrase domain name plays a small part in search engine optimization and it is the content writing by far that attracts visitors.

Usually writing something that businesses and people can relate to and offering problem-solving strategies will bring people to you.

If you have time to write articles yourself or have a content writing department you can get your staff to write articles on your behalf, alternatively, you can outsource the work and use companies such as Fiverr, the link is below or hire us directly.

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Remember a static site will sit in the same place and may even move down the ladder as more websites are created if you do not do content marketing. The same is said if you list a domain name for sale on your website and do not perform SEO how do you expect anyone to find the domain name if you do not write quality content and give the prospective buyer an idea of what your domain is about; if it is developed?, if it is generating traffic?, and is on the first page of search engines for the search terms?

It amazes me how many websites that have not branded themselves to the extent that they hire PR and Marketing/Advertising Agencies wonder why they are not getting enough business in through the door is because they are not offering something that is engaging and catching the audience’s attention.

Your website should be on the first couple of pages of Google primarily in the No 1 spot and you should talk about your business with the world just like you would have weekly staff meetings. People get bored of the same content all the time. You have to write quality content so the search engines can see there is something new about your website.

SEO

Not so long ago go someone on the first page of Google because he was in the process of building a website and needed an immediate online presence. I successfully did that and as a consequence gave him a backlink that gave him domain authority when his website got launched by a third party he was using. I mentioned his name and his website throughout the body of the content not only in the header title and performed SEO.

You can do this also and if you do not have time to do it yourself then outsource the work or hire us.

It is cheaper to do content writing and have backlinks from websites that are already indexed and ranked; than paying costly pay “Per Click Advertising”.

Some third-party backlink services charge for quality backlinks which cost anything up to $50 – $500 per link our MOZ Domain Authority is (9) which tells you Google will favor your links and boost your ranking if you are mentioned on our site. Yet you only pay for the content writing and not the backlinks which we give you for free.

Visibility

If you want more visibility we offer a monthly marketing plan and you get banner ads on our websites and a landing page all for one price.

Pricing

Here is our pricing for content at a glance, it is less than a night out at a pub or a take-away.

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Would you rather invest in something that can boost your ranking and drive traffic to your website or are you content simply having a landing page that people visit but then do not do anything and just leave with the risk of not returning?

Monetization

You should also consider monetizing your articles, and chose affiliate links that match your niche and what you are writing about, rather than adding random adverts. By embedding affiliate links you are giving people choice whilst making money simply by promoting someone else’s product or service.

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Another way to monetize your website, and the blog article is to get other people to be the affiliates and you as the advertiser give the publisher a commission if your product; and service sell using tracking algorithms with a company that I use called Awin. Millions of companies give publishers the opportunities to market their products and services so you can also be one of them. As an example, you may find domain brokers not selling your domains quick enough but imagine if you could give a commission to someone who could find you a buyer.

(Disclaimer- Please read my previous article about domain names because unless they are short one-word dot coms or have equity, you will find it very difficult to sell unless you can perhaps find a domain investor or startup possibly purchasing your domain name for a project they may have in mind. Not everyone has deep pockets).

If you have any questions just drop us a message using the form below, it could be you have a bespoke project and may need a little help getting traffic.

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Hidden Secrets of Money – Mike Maloney.

HIDDEN SECRETS OF MONEY

Michael Maloney is a financial expert, he is the host of the smash-hit video series Hidden Secrets of Money, the author of the bestselling precious metals book Guide to Investing in Gold and Silver.

Mike is one of the world’s most highly regarded investment education companies and a global leader in gold and silver sales.

Mike has traveled the world sharing his knowledge and passion for economics and monetary history with audiences from Silicon Valley to Wall Street, from Hong Kong to Rome.

Mike has researched financial markets, monetary history, and global economics, Mike discovered that the same economic cycles kept repeating over and over throughout history, from ancient times to the modern-day.

Mike is quoted as saying “For 2,400 years as people have lost faith in fiat currencies, they have turned to ‘real money,’ gold and silver,” and “Today the stage is set for a worldwide ‘gold rush’ to the safe haven of precious metals just when supplies of those metals are precariously low. The opportunity for those who position themselves accordingly, ahead of the crowd, is like none we will see again in our lifetimes.”

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HIDDEN SECRETS OF MONEY

I have purposely not put these videos in chronological order because you need to watch the first video to get a grasp of what Mike is teaching. Mike teaches us about the money system and what is money and what is currency, yes there is a difference and how the global economy works.

The “Hidden Secrets of Money” videos are easy to understand and the concept of money should be taught in schools. We should all know how money and currency are created and learn about debt ceilings and deficit spending. This is also good for budding economists/financiers contemplating careers in the financial world.

About Mike Maloney.

Mike Maloney is the host of the smash-hit video series, “Hidden Secrets of Money”; former Rich Dad/Poor Dad advisor; author of the best-selling precious metals book.

Final Thoughts From The Editor.

If you see what is happening today with P#tins W#r, with all the sanctions, have you wondered how these people (Oligarchs/P#tin) are trading/living if their bank accounts are frozen?

If you look at the bigger picture w#ar is big business, the production, manufacturing, distribution of artillery, ammunition, staff, and operations, etc. Furthermore, the owners of the Federal Reserve get an annual 6% commission, on our hard-earned sweat and labor, yet no one knows who these people/corporations are because it is a closely guarded secret.

We are pawns in a massive game of monopoly.

We do not know what the future holds, banks have been known to close.

https://marketingagency.cymrumarketing.com/2018/08/03/high-street-banks-closures-7/

What would you do if your bank closed?

I am not an economist, I simply write articles on the financial sector and am an affiliate marketer, affiliated with BullionVault and CashPlus Bank.

“I believe in never keeping all one’s eggs in the same basket”.

“If you found this article useful, please share it with your friends family, and on social media. Let’s help each other build a brighter future”.

“The farther back you can look, the farther likely you will see into the future.”― Winston Churchill

Disclaimer – At Cymru Marketing Journal/UK Website Designers, we are affiliated with BullionVault and CashPlus Bank and may get a commission on each person that buys bullion or sets up a business bank account. If you are a digital marketer or wish to monetize a website/blog/article, just follow the “BuullionVault – Link or “CashPlus Bank Business Account” and start advertising these businesses today.

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Guide To Recycling Tyres in UK & USA

Recycling.

Since tyres were banned from landfill sites, the public has been left with no choice but to recycle waste tyres. For context, it is also estimated that roughly 1 billion tyres reach the end of their life in one year – not exactly an insignificant amount!

However, what exactly happens to those end-of-life tyres once they’ve left your rims and been set to one side by your local garage or tyre specialist? What are the relevant rules and regulations covering tyre disposal?

Whole tyres were banned from landfill sites around 2002. End-of-life tyres, on the other hand, were forbidden from UK landfills as a result of the 2006 EU Landfill Directive.

Since this initiative came into place, the UK has progressed to the point where nearly 100% of waste tyres are recovered and recycled in some form.

The Government’s stated aim with this legislation is to move the UK towards becoming a ‘zero waste economy. Essentially this means reducing, reusing, and recycling all valuable resources wherever possible. This is necessary as a means of helping to conserve resources, save money for businesses and households, as well as reduce negative environmental impacts.

Further Reading:

Read More UK – https://www.asm-recycling.co.uk/blog/guide-to-tyre-recycling-uk/

Read More USA – (Written By Liam Williams) https://www.utires.com/articles/tire-disposal-fee/

Household Waste – UK – https://www.statista.com/topics/4908/household-waste-in-england/

In the financial year ended March 31, 2020, local authorities in England collected approximately 23 million metric tons of household waste. This amounted to 392 kilograms of household waste collected per capita.

Household Waste – USA – (Written By Liam Williams) https://www.homeadvisor.com/r/get-rid-of-household-items/

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Pros and Cons of Outsourcing with Fiverr.com

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Advantages Of Outsourcing with Fiverr.com

Knowing the benefits of outsourcing with Fiverr.com will help you decide if this is something that could work for your business.

You Save Yourself Money Paying a Wage.

When you employ someone you have obligations to pay them even though you may not have much work. You essentially are siphoning your profits to keep a person in a job. You have to find work for them, whereas with outsourcing you pay for a completed assignment. You also set a time frame you want the job to be completed. An employee may take their time and should they fall ill you still have to pay them sick pay. You also have to pay an employee a wage whilst they are being trained.

Access To A Larger Talent Pool

When employing someone they may be skilled in one field and may not be able to complete the tasks set out as they may need to learn. Companies find that outsourcing gives them access to multi-talents in other parts of the world at the fraction of the price of paying a wage. A company may need to employ several people to do certain jobs which takes its toll on their profits, whereas outsourcing you pay for an assignment without any further obligations.

Lower Labor Cost

Every company has its own reason for outsourcing, with many cost-cutting, yet don’t want to compromise quality for the price, but outsourcing often allows you to get the best of both worlds. Where you may find a cheap website designer for example, sometimes you get what you pay for. For example, if a website designer offers to build a website for really cheap you have to pose the question does that include SEO and marketing? because in most cases it does not and all you will end up with is a website that floats in cyberspace.

Lack Of Control

If you give a contractor too much information like the name of your client, you can run the risk that the contractor contacting your client directly running the risk of avoiding paying the middleman/woman (you). In all cases, I suggest giving as little information as you can about your client to the person you hire, although sometimes it is unavoidable if say you hire a photographer or website designer, who would know who your client is. (This actually did happen to me once when I outsourced my work to a couple of photographers who did a job and sold photographs that technically belonged to me as I had employed them to do the work. I found out a few years later when the information was slipped out by accident and there was little I could do about it).

Communication Issues

When outsourcing especially from abroad, you may run the risk of communication problems that do not fit within your business hours due to different time zones. You need to set an amicable time for the job to be completed and establish the best form of communication so that you can access the person should you need to communicate to change the assignment and discuss the job in question. Normally freelancers on Fiverr advertise because they are actively looking for work. You can choose the skills from a wide variety of specialist services. It is worth noting the jobs the person has completed and also the reviews he/she has got. It makes sense that someone advertising on Fiverr will have a reliable internet connection.

Problems With Quality

Before hiring a freelancer do your due diligence and assess how many jobs they have done and how quickly. Also, read the reviews before making your final decision to hire them. Communicate from the start and ask them if they have any reason to believe your job could be delayed, such as exams, attending events, or ill-health. Despite all the benefits of outsourcing, it is only a good thing if you’re receiving the quality you expect. Ask to see examples of their past work upfront. Ask for their social media to see if they are genuine. Most people have social media accounts and some even advertise on their business pages. A professional will have a combination of a website, landing page, and social media business page. I would avoid people who have little or no carbon footprint.

Impact On Company Culture

If you are a business owner, that has employees, outsourcing work could look like you are stepping on your employee’s toes. You may make them feel inadequate and possibly lose trustworthiness if it looks like you cannot assign the work to your staff. They may feel you have lost faith in them and that you are slowly going to push them out. You could essentially upset employees as they may feel they are being replaced. Your employees could get confused about why you are outsourcing particular tasks.

As a business owner, you have to be upfront and honest with your employees. If you feel that the daily workflow could be improved if you outsourced the work then by all means go down this route but first give your employees the opportunity to help and if they can complete the task without you outsourcing the work all well and good but if they can’t, then you have outsourcing as an option.

For startups that do not want to be committed to paying a weekly wage, paying for completed assignments may be the best strategy, keeping costs down. Hower the only pitfall with outsourcing you may not have the option to choose the location of the freelancer. Sometimes you need to partner with someone local in order to pay them a commission to complete a task as in the case of someone that physically needs to do a job but in your vicinity.

When choosing a freelancer on Fiverr, not all jobs are a Fiverr so you need to take that into consideration. Always read the reviews before deciding to hire someone and communicate them upfront to get all the nitty-gritty out of the way.

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