The total number of orders:
This may be called the biggest factor in gig rankings. The more orders you submit to your gig queue, the higher your gig will be. The order of the gig is low, the gig will slowly move backward. The order is probably calculated monthly, not Lifetime. Notice that all the gigs have a large number of orders placed on the counter. In many ways, the order of the gig can be much higher.
The total number of click views:
The rank of the gig depends largely on the number of click views your gig has. If your gig gets more visitors, lasts longer, and if they are more likely to click on the gig, there is an advantage to rank the gig. For this, after publishing a new gig, the emphasis will be on gig marketing. Just like promoting a gig, the gig will have a better click view and order will be easier. However, remember that in the name of gig marketing can not be spamming. It will reverse the beat.
Conversion rate means the total number of orders, in proportion to the click view in your gig. For example, if your gig reads 4 clicks and it has 5 orders, your gig conversion rate is 5%, the higher it is, the better your gig will be. Usually, with a conversion rate above 1+, that is a good bet. Now that is what is happening on Fiverr, especially newcomers get a lot of spamming on various social media and the gig click to view. But there is no sell in that ratio. Remember that this is very harmful to the gig. Because a lot of visits are original but they sell is not, then Fiverr’s loss. Because they have to pay for the server. So the gig should be well marketed except spamming. How to do gig marketing can be discussed in front of the article.
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