I was very satisfied for about 6 years, but these days the system is completely different. For example, back in the day gigs used to actually be ranked according to “best selling”, if using that sorting. So no skewed results where a gig with 25000 sales is showing 5 pages after a gig with 100 sales, for example. They provided continuous visibility if your gig had good stats.
And if your gig was on the last page, support sometimes asked the editorial team to take a look at it, and return it back to where it used to be.
They often even gave gigs a better placement (Usually temporarily) if you for example got scammed by a buyer, in order to make up for it.
These days they won’t touch a gig’s placement at all if requested, even if your gig is on the last page for 2 years and following their recommendations to the word on how to “improve it”.
But maybe one day things return to how they used to be.