Now that packaging design Gigs will no longer be lumped together with book covers, sellers have even more opportunity to catch buyers’ attention, and our buyers, in turn, will have a better, more relevant browsing experience. We’re giving you a chance to move your Packaging Gig yourself before it is automatically moved on Tuesday, 3/20. If you have a gig in Book Covers & Packaging, here’s what you need to do:
Move your package design Gig to the new Packaging Design subcategory ASAP, but at least before 3/20 (If you don’t, other sellers will get the leg up on establishing themselves in these new service subcategories.)
Update your Gigs in both Book & Album Covers and Packaging Design ASAP to ensure the most relevant and accurate metadata and pricing factors are selected.
Here are the new metadata and pricing factors for Packaging Design:
- Package Type now enables you to specify what kind of package you’re designing:
Full Wrap replaces Back & Side to better represent the 360-degree view of a package design
Dielines will enable you to add the template design with cut and fold marks to your packages
Additional Design Concepts gives you the ability to charge for more concepts
Here are the new pricing factors for Book & Album Covers:
Back & Spine will now be called Back & Side to better reflect the components of book and album covers
Interior Pages will allow you to price the interior design of a book or magazine
We also added 2 new Gig extras: Additional Cover Concepts and Additional Pages
We’re really excited about these changes and hope that, with your feedback, we can update pricing structures across more categories based on the category need. Please note: we will stop supporting package design Gigs in the old subcategory on Tuesday, 3/20, so make sure to update your Gig ASAP!
The Fiverr Team