Recently, I have been getting many orders and a lot of people contact me. Each day, 2 people contact me. And most order. In the past 2 weeks, I have gotten over 10 orders, each at around 150 dollars on average. Keep in mind that I am doing this part time, so maybe this is measely compared to what you experienced sellers receive
I can attribute this success to a few factors:
- I became a level 2 seller just around new years.
- I updated my gig video with a really high quality video and have been getting glowing 5 star reviews.
To all you newbies out there, the more orders you get the more fiverr starts pumping your gig out to the search. For me, as soon as I got my first 2 orders within 3 days this year, I started getting so many people contacting me. It’s a snowball effect…
So since I am so busy with real work, and fiverr work, I have upped my prices 3x more than usual. This way, I don’t have to go out of office and lose prospective clients, and I only have to work on orders that make me a lot of money for little work. If I wasn’t busy, I would keep the price as normal, but since there is more demand, the price goes up because I can’t handle all these client requests.
(sorry for all this info, here’s my question)
So spring break is coming up, and I’m going to be traveling with family. I wanted to hear you guys’s thoughts on what I should do when I am out. I was thinking of just going out of office, but then I thought what if I jack my prices so high that barely anyone would contact me (for the time being). Would this hurt my gig since I would be getting no to few orders? If someone happens to order under the really expensive pricing, I can just work on their videos on the laptop I bring with me and make time for the order since it will be a high-value order.
On the other hand, does going out of office hurt my gig?
What are your thoughts on all of this?