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Could use some critical advice

Hi guys!

I made a fiverr account a couple of months ago, hoping I could make some money on the side.
Now i’m trying to be a bit more serious, made some more gigs, promote my gigs on social media, but sofar I’ve gotten just one order, people are clicking and viewing, just not ordering.

I think my gig descriptons are ok and my prices are fair for the quality I deliver, but I could be wrong.
I would love some feedback from some more experienced fiverr users.

Below are my gigs, thank you for your time.

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Personally I think your prices are way to high for a new seller.

You may have to significantly reduce them to get a reputation on here.

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Agree with @personalletters

Suggest you check out the competition in your category re pricing as new sellers usually lower their prices until they move up the levels.

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Thanks for the suggestions, but I don’t know if I could justify going any lower, the one order I had took me 5 hours and payed 75 euros, thats an hourly rate of 15 euros wich is insanely low.
Or is that just the way it is on fiverr? start low and as you get more reviews raise the prices to a more reasonable number?

There may be low demand for what you are selling.

Business gigs seem to perform better.

Also, your social media efforts may have no impact regardless of what you are selling. Calls to action on social to buy a gig with a product page very seldom get direct sales. It doesn’t work that way.

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I don’t think you are charging too high for the work you are doing. (For myself I would put it even higher)

However a lot of sellers lowering their prices significantly to get first few reviews and get a little bit of credibility and expound bringing their prices higher after that. So it’s only up to you to decide what strategy you are going to take


To be honest, your work looks great. I loved it.
But as others indicated. You’re prices are way too high for a new seller.

Best of luck

As a new seller, you should lower the price on
Your competitors