Fiverr has changed how they organize their marketplace, and that has certainly had an effect on the sales – for just about everyone. We’ve all become comfortable in the level of traffic and sales we previously gained. But, like any business (and yes, by selling on Fiverr, you ARE a business), you have to change to stay current with the trends, customers, business models, etc. Fiverr has to do this too, or they fail as a business.
I know it might be a hard pill to swallow, but there nothing wrong with the fact that Fiverr has made changes. Nothing at all. For you to be successful in an ever changing retail market, you have to learn to accept and embrace change as well.
This is how Fiverr will be moving forward. Embrace it, and move forward, or be left in the dust waiting foolishly for things to go back they way they once were. Fiverr is changing. The “old” Fiverr is a thing of the past. There’s no going back… only forward. Those who choose to accept this change will find ways to continue to be successful. Those who cling to the past… well, it won’t be an easy road to travel.