Hi there, welcome back!
I’ve looked at both your new gig and your profile, my thoughts (POV from someone totally not from your niche but who bought a couple of logos):
your profile and gig description don’t match, the profile is all “I” and the gig is all “we”, that’s an important “showstopper” for me as a buyer, and I imagine for many other buyers too then
generally, I like your “flair”, texts and all, impressed, especially in comparison to much I’ve seen, the profile text could be a bit more unique if you can do that, the last sentence especially should go IMO, it’s a bit pointless and could free up space for something more enticing!
if your standard gig already is ultra, what would I need the premium package for;
I know, you need a catchy name and it’s not your fault that Fiverr decided to call the packages basic/medium/premium and that you can’t “deactivate” that (I wish we could, same for the “I will”) but you need to work with what you got, imo, standard=ultra just doesn’t work right;
it’s a detail, sure, but details matter, especially in crowded niches
the packages (not just yours, those of many logo designers) confuse me as a buyer, do I get only 3 initial concepts with the premium gig or 3 usable “end product” logos?
I might like all the “goodies” of the premium gig but I might decide I don’t like your logo well enough to really use it;
for me, as a buyer, an offer to buy a higher number of early concepts/ideas you have for my logo, choose one of those, get one of those as end product, would make much more sense;
then, once I decided I want to use your logo (and not that of 2 others, and I know I’m not the only buyer who does that, for such subjective gigs), I’d want to buy all the goodies that come along with the logo in the premium package;
I do realise that how you set your gig/packages up might be the best way to suit your time-management, workflow, time you want to spend on am order, etc., but I think that so few designers build their gigs with a customer-centric view/options that it might be a way to the famed “standing out”;
the last logo I bought, I got the basic gig but would have gladly paid the premium gig’s price for what the basic gig offered just with more early concepts;
perhaps keep that setup if it works for many customers but offer a more modular concept for other buyer needs, like a gig with just increasing numbers of initial concepts, then people choose their fave, order the next gig which gives them the end product logo, then they go on to a gig that offers the “paraphernalia” (file types, source file, different resolutions, social media kit, whatever);
just food for thought, maybe you can do something with it
- the gig has only 3 images, make use of those 2 PDFs you can upload to show off all the logo styles you can create, at least until you have reviews with portfolio samples shown, graphic gig, I want to see lots of images of what you can do, how your style looks
Good luck with your new gig!