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Do you promote/advertise your gigs outside of Fiverr?

Share your successes! What has worked for you? What have you tried that hasn’t worked?

Hanging out on the Forum and learning from the sellers and buyers that are here! :sunglasses:

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To be honest, you’re going to have to figure this out on your own. Everyone’s target customer/market is different. What works for one person, isn’t like to work for everyone else. For best results, you are going to need to spend some time learning about your target customers. What you learn will usually inform you as to where to find those customers – any by default, where you should market in order to reach those customers. The rest is left to your creativity, and the business goals you set for yourself.

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Selling too cheaply and not valuing my work. @adrover you seem to be doing well. What has worked for you? :thinking:

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I hear you, Vickie! I greatly undercharged when I first started on Fiverr. As I gained more and more reviews, I raised my prices so they better reflect the quality and results I provide for my clients (buyers).

I haven’t promoted my gigs outside of Fiverr at all. What works for me is:

  1. Providing a premium-quality service
  2. Using my copywriting skills to create optimized gig descriptions
  3. Having a gig that’s in high demand and appears on the first page of search results
  4. Patience. Lots of patience.
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