Thank you for your response, @jonbaas
The good news is that I never felt it was useless. Unfortunately, I don’t know how to make it any more relevant to people. I did get some useful tips from the Improve My Gig forum and incorporated them, but my other gigs just seem to be doing better overall considering I’m still relatively new to Fiverr. (Under one month serving people in the community.)
I don’t expect Fiverr to make my gigs successful. Most of my sales have been coming from the Buyer Request section thus far, which I have no issue with. I just want to know if it would just be better to pack in the unsuccessful gigs to give other gigs, that may still be unsuccessful, a chance just because of the market saturation.
How long should I give that gig to turn orders? One month? Until I reach ten reviews on one gig? Something like that? What are other people’s metrics? How do you judge that?
I know there’s been a lot of talk about social media and such, but unfortunately, I am not much of a social butterfly myself so I wouldn’t really know how to go about that. I have a few valuable skills and that’s it.