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85% click through rate but not getting any orders

Hi Everyone,
I recently made a new gig in logo design niche and have put my best foot forward in terms of my work showcase and writing a compelling gig description. I have a high click-through rate (85%) but I am unable to get orders.Following is my gig link:
https://www.fiverr.com/share/PvEmG
I would appreciate any advice from veteran sellers on improving my gig and about what might I be missing currently in my gig. Thank you!

Make your gig image and Title attractive. Also deliver quality jobs like your display

Hi,
Thank you for your reply. Every logo in display is my own work but the thing is I am not getting any jobs to deliver work like this.

I should recommend you to use Buyer Request page & start offering your gig service to those buyers who really in need of services you offer. Using this method you will get your order soon!

First of all, I must say I’m very impressed with your bio and gig description, which is very rare for me - if it’s 100% original and your own creation, congratulations, I think you will go far. You have some minor gramatical inconsistencies, but all in all very impressive. I added you to my favorites, and will be contacting you whenever I need logo designs. Keep at it!

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@visualstudios thank you. It means a lot. I will work on those grammatical mistakes.

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I should recommend you to use Buyer Request page & start offering your gig service to those buyers who really in need of services you offer. Using this method you will get your order soon!
[/quote] where is this page that u talking?


See this image.

thank you so so much <3 :heart:

A few suggestions -

"I do not only create minimalist logos but I create building block " to “No only do I create minimalist logos, I create building blockS…”

“Best after service you could ask for.” to “Best customer support you could ask for”

@visualstudios thanks. I have made the changes. I will look for more things in gig description that can be phrased better.