Fiverr Gig Pricing


#1

“Gig Pricing matters to increase in Orders.”
I read this Quote in a blog , What are your experience guys ?
Could you please help me out …
Thanks


#2

Price is not something easy to set. It’s one of the things that make you a professional or not. Being able to put the right prices of your gigs is something you must master, and it can’t be answered in one sentence. If you go too high, you risk not getting orders. If you go too low, you may risk being regarded as a cheap, low quality seller. You must decide what are your services worth in the market. Do a market research, establish goals, think carefully and smart. Please note this:

  • 1 $20 order = 4 $5 orders.
  • 1 $30 order = 6 $5 orders.

So… if you have 10 $20 orders, and 30 $5 orders… which one is better? The one with more orders? Or the one that gives you more revenues and more time to deliver quality work? You decide.


#3

“If you go too high, you risk not getting orders. If you go too low, you may risk being regarded a cheap, low quality seller”
This is the thing I was Worried about. But I got your words on the market research. I know what i have to do now.
Many Thanks


#4

Anytime. New gigs can be a bit lower in price to promote them and get some stars. I advise you put a sentence in description stating that is a temporary price reduction (like “September sale”) until you get some reputation. But don’t go too low. As a rule, never go below 35% of your fair price. But well, that is something that you must experience. Every niche has their own ways.