Great advice. Thank you.
thanku so much for sharing your experience
same with me. i also don’t want to promote my gig on personal facebook or twitter
Of course, promoting it on your personal pages wouldn’t bring you any ales. You need to reach to your target audience not your fb friends and family.
Very nice of you to share @elisemark. As I am a new seller, I am also taking this tip seriously
This is great advice. I’m kinda kicking myself for not thinking of it. Thanks @elisemark!
Thanks for your good advice
thanks for your tips. I Also did this but after getting some order with good feedback now i’m not receiving any order since 10 days. Don’t know what to do
I produce rap music, maybe I need your services, put your link below
I’m also a voice over and believe you should offer specifics in your gigs - not just generic gigs.
Like you, i believe somebody is more likely to search for a ‘voicemail voice over’ than ‘voice over’.
Nice explanation It makes sense!
thanks for awesome idea
are you asking for my gig link?
Yeah I think that’s good advice! I think I need to make multiple gigs that are each very specific. Then I can make other gigs for other things. For example, right now I have editing a blog post as my Standard and editing an eBook as a Premium, because the word count is higher. But, I should instead have one eBook gig, and one blog post editing gig!
Thnxs for sharing your experience:heart_eyes:
Very helpful tips. Thanks
Of course, multiple sufficiently DIFFERENT gigs. Otherwise, your gig won’t be approved (happened to me!).
Thanks for your important tips, Its help me much
GREAT… Valuable advice thanks for sharing