This is not true. It once was, but starting out offering gigs at $5 is, one of the fastest ways to fail on Fiverr these days.
It might work for a while. However, this strategy is not sustainable in the long-term. Fiverr gives new sellers a ranking boost This gets them on the first pages of sarch results for a few days or weeks. Being on the first pages means you have a higher chance of getting orders. If you are a new seller and a $5 pricing strategy is working for you, this is why.
The problem starts with Fiverr itself wanting to make money. $5 gigs are as financially lucrative to Fiverr as fly sneezes. In the longer term, Fiverr, therefore, gives pride of place in the search to higher-priced gigs and gigs with high sales volumes.
If you make 20 x $5 sales in your first month, the chances are you will eventually slide down in the search and be replaced with another new seller to see if they can make more. When that happens, sales start to dwindle because of poorer visibility.
Your strategy worked in the 2010-2014 era of Fiverr, but only because there were fewer sellers. Most people also now see $5 gigs as garbage.
No offense to anyone selling at $5. However, when Fiverr gets panned online for things like poor quality services, it usually always comes back to new buyers paying $5 and expecting a logo that sinks the Apple brand overnight, or a website that blows Amazon out of the water.
These days, buyers worth working with on Fiverr expect to pay more realistic market rates. Create an eye-catching gig and deliver what you say you can, and you can just as easily start building reviews by starting selling at $20 or $30 or more, as you can at $5. More importantly, you stand a better chance of growing your business sustainably in the long-term.
As for the OPs question:
My first instinct is to tell you to more precisely target your gigs at specific markets.
Your gigs look great, but they are too generic. searching for things like web design or mobile app UX design yields thousands of results. By comparison, searching for things like real CBD oil store website or real estate app design yields a lot fewer.
I haven’t actually tested those search terms, but that’s the way you need to think. Create several gig variations targeting several different niches, and you will stand a better chance of garnering interest in your gigs.