@ssj1236: I was going to PM, then thought perhaps others would like to comment or join in on the conversation.
Disclaimer 1: Please be advised, this is just my opinion and I do not speak for anyone else.
When it comes to gig page, for voice over, whiteboard, videos, etc. videos are mandatory; after all, who is going to buy without knowing your talent.
When it comes to voice over, I like the ones who go directly into demos vice talking telling me what they are going to do. If you sound good, I am going to click and read the requirements. If a buyer doesn’t want to read, then you probably do not want to work with them as they will order the wrong gig amount, etc. anyway.
When it comes to musicians, songwriters, singers; oh, golly, please stop talking and let me hear you sing! There are sellers who talk for the whole time on the sample video.
The initial shot of the screen for video is still very important as something professional or eye-catching will get me to click on it in the first place.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so I’ve attached a shot of some of the gig page that I really liked. They are either unique, professional or simply eye catching that got me to look at your descriptions. If your description is good, I click it and so forth.
Disclaimer 2: I do NOT endorse or vouch for the quality of work on any of the gigs below. Matter of fact, I have never worked with the majority of them.
Again, this is just my opinion, you are free to disagree or add to. Please do not attach any identifying marks and do not speak ill about another seller. Thank you.