For me it’s tough to judge a gig without seeing it. If I wear my buyer’s hat, if I am evaluating someone for the first time, I would hire on the strength of their portfolio and how easily I can see working with him or her. I don’t care where they are from or what they look like.
As a blog writer in the real world, whenever I advertise my services or send an email or text message to a client, you’d better believe I proofread it. Twice. I don’t like to give someone a reason to doubt me.
There have been several occasions lately here in the forum where supposed writers send their gigs to be evaluated or whine about not getting work. When I check out their gigs, why they aren’t getting work is pretty evident, as their fluency in English (they supposedly work in English) is unlike the English I speak, write or recognize. Their gigs are a mess, with little to show a prospective buyer that they are making a wise choice in picking them.
How long have you been on Fiverr? It can have its challenging moments, but it has become an important part of my sales mix, representing a good 20% of my workload and income. It take time and effort, and maybe asking misscrystal to cast a Fiverr Success Spell for you.
Have you submitted your gig somewhere for review here in the correct section of the forum? I’d love to see it from a buyer’s perspective, and I know there are champion sellers in here who could make some great suggestions for you.
I wish you success and send greetings from Cancun!