So I have a gig that I feel is doing pretty well (at least for me and how new I am). But the number of orders is getting to be a bit too much. With this pretty much being my first gig on this site, I started out charging really low: $5 for my basic gig (a simple illustration) with a 24 hour turnaround time. (Though I have since increased my prices by $5 on each package.) I’d like to charge a more reasonable amount now that I have a few orders/ratings under my belt, and maybe increase the delivery time, but I’m not sure if that is acceptable or not.
I’m wondering if it’s okay for me to up my prices as well as remove “24 hrs” from my Gig title or if that would be seen as deceptive. Should I just delete my gig (or maybe pause it indefinitely?) and create a newer version (of course different enough from the original so it’s not “copying”)? I feel like it would be a shame to lose all the progress I’ve gained on that gig and don’t want to remove it if it can be avoided. But I’m tired of charging so low for how much work I’ve been doing, so I wouldn’t be too upset if I had to start over. I mean… if I got this far once, I can do it again, right?
Any advice is much appreciated!
P.S. If it matters, this is the gig in question:
Edit: I forgot that I had also written “cheap” in my gig title. I’m worried if I delete “cheap” and “24 hrs,” Fiverr will think I’m trying to cheat the system.