Ok, so they haven’t verified you yet - it’s not the end of the world and you can still make sales, right? (oh yes, you can!)
Still worried? Here are some handy tips for making the verification process more assured:
Ensure your Rarible profile (not this forum one) is complete with icon (400x400px), cover image (1440x260px) and bio text.
Make sure you have linked your Twitter profile.
Make sure you have linked your personal site/portfolio (could be Instagram, Behance, Artstation, etc.).
Mint at least a couple of NFTs, so it looks like you’re committed. Gas is low right now (April 29th) - you don’t know how lucky you are!
Don’t worry about posting on this forum - this makes no difference (creators who have not even visited here are still being verified). Use Twitter (@rariblecom) and Discord (link below) to be noticed by the people that matter.
Don’t buy NFTs purely for this cause - it makes no difference to verification.
Don’t constantly hassle the support team for verification updates - an email will be sent to you either way.
Get a small following on Twitter - you don’t need thousands. Just use #NFT related hashtags with your posts, follow lots of NFT people, retweet and like lots of NFT posts - the followers will come quickly.
Make sure your best artwork is at the top of your social and web presences.
Make sure your profile image is consistent throughout your web presences.
Ask yourself, are you an artist?
A creator of new and wondrous collectible digital items?
Do you feel your overall online presence is consistent enough for new sets of eyes to quickly evaluate you and your creations?
If yes, you should be verified in a couple of weeks.
If they’re unsure about you it will probably take a month or two.
If they don’t believe that you are who you say you are, expect a rejection email!
For rejection reasons, or if you get TOO impatient, get involved in the Rarible Discord channel (I’ve seen users get their verification fast-tracked here!)