Hey guys and girls!
Do you know how often this stats are updated? For me it seems they change only once per day.
Also, this is MY GIG - click if anyone have any suggestion, how can I improve it, I will be more than happy! Thanks in advance.
I’m still waiting for my first order, but is it a lot to have 22 impressions, 30 clicks and 34 views in 4 days? I have no idea what is a lot or nothing at all.
If you take the time to earn your Autobiographer Badge, particularly adding a link to your Fiverr profile, other forum participants will be able to easily view your information.
As a general rule, when I have time to participate in the Fiverr Forum and I notice a request like yours in the “Improve My Gig” section, I am willing and able to look at a Seller’s Profile and one gig one time.
I can give you a better level of assistance if you first work your way through the checklist below. That way, I won’t waste your one turn by advising you to follow items on the checklist.
Your profile image:
You seem to be smirking here. I suggest finding a better photo, with a bigger smile, ideally so the buyer sees you looking professional (you look like you’re wearing a T-shirt here).
Your log line:
Seems fine to me.
Your profile text [note the edits]:
I am a filmmaking student from Slovenia. I love making visually sophisticated movies. I am also a part-time designer, as I have been designing [what have you been designing] from my early years for our family business. I am interested in a million things. ️ I am an active scout leader, I love sailing and adventure! -[Name Buyers Should Call You]
Your gigs should all have video and 3 images, and so on… the images you’ve shown don’t give the Buyer confidence that this is YOUR WORK, in my opinion.
Thank you for your time and answer!
I will surely improve my profile according to your advices. Profile text: I find hard to write profile text about me as it’s so limited, but I think I included everything I do and care about now. Thanks again for advice. Profile image: Yeah, I know about that, but as I am not very photogenic person, I don’t really have some usefull images, which would show my proffesionalism. Images and video: hmm, I’m thinking there, that I could record how whole process from order on Fiverr to finished design looks like, that would probably help to show that it is my work right? Gigs: As you wrote in your article, new sellers should have 7 gigs, but I would like to concentrate on one gig, make it great instead of creating 7 gigs, which I can’t guarantee to finish in time and give my best. It’s risky, if I receive 7 orders on 7 different things, I don’t know if I will be able to finish them in 4 hours, which is what I try to make my speciallity.
As it concern stats, until I will make my first sale, I think other stats can give me some feedback also - if I get clicks but no orders, then something is wrong with offer/description/images, but if I get only views and no clicks, then it will tell me that intro image and tittle of my gig is not doing his job. Currently I think that as I have similar views as clicks, that means I have good tittle and intro image, but I have to improve my offer and my profile to give confidence to buyers to buy from me.
Profile image: Yeah, I know about that, but as I am not very photogenic person, I don’t really have some usefull images, which would show my proffesionalism.
I feel your pain (see my image), but it’s best to bite the bullet. Instead of a selfie, have a professional photographer take your portrait.
The video can only be 30 to 60 seconds. I suggest you watch lots of videos by Top Rated Sellers for Inspiration.
Gigs: As you wrote in your article, new sellers should have 7 gigs, but I would like to concentrate on one gig, make it great instead of creating 7 gigs, which I can’t guarantee to finish in time and give my best. It’s risky, if I receive 7 orders on 7 different things, I don’t know if I will be able to finish them in 4 hours, which is what I try to make my speciallity.
Lots of people agree with you. Please read the article by twistedweb123 I cited above for his perspective on how to build your gigs.
You should listen to the FIverrcast episode “Working Through Language”.