About a month ago you created a thread where you suggested what new sellers can do to get some traction.
Have you followed your list of tips?
I am not trying to put you on the spot, but I just found this a great opportunity to demonstrate the following point I am always trying to make:
Don’t post tips and “secrets” to your “success” when you first join the platform.
It is, of course, more than OK to share your experience and look to exchange views with your peers.
But from what I see on the forum on a daily basis, people with a few days on the platform come with a bullet point list of tips for new(-er?) members.
It’s almost always filled with bias and it takes into account correlation not causation.
You can’t join a platform and within 20 days or so be in the position to know the in-and-outs well enough to start dolling out advice.
When people with more experience -often quite aggressively I’ll admit- jump in to correct you or to contradict your “findings”, it’s often perceived as “too harsh” and unwelcoming.
Now to actually try and help you out:
-If you are already a “top rated” member on other platforms, why does it worry you that things aren’t going that great on Fiverr? I mean, do you have a steady source of income from other platforms? I’m just trying to understand your point of view.
-It used to be that there were few developers. Now everybody is a developer. So there’s too much noise in your niche. Most people who need a website don’t know what Magento and Laravel and all that stuff do. Try to create gigs based on what people who need you, would search for.