As you will clearly note, my comments were a direct response to the text that I quoted. My comments are not inappropriate to this topic.
Many sellers seem to keep claiming that “flaws” in the search system are at fault for their gigs not appearing in the placement that they want them to. They’ve been claiming this for years. Yet, Fiverr has repeatedly stated that the search system is working exactly as it is supposed to.
The search results are fluid, and constantly changing – as they are apparently intended to be. No one deserves any specific placement anywhere in the search results, merely because they want that placement. There are many factors that determine where a gig shows up in the search results, and all of them seem to be a result of gig performance. If gigs change placement based upon performance, and Fiverr keeps telling people that that is how the system is supposed to work, then my comments are neither inappropriate to this discussion, nor does it seem right for people to keep blaming “flaws” in the system.
If a seller wants to improve their chances of a better placement in the search results, then it would seem likely that they will need to see a better performance from their gigs – such as, perhaps, more orders, higher sale prices, greater sales volume, more positive reviews, etc.