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Hello! I am a cool artist and I need your help! Could you view my Gig?

Hello. I recently made my first Gig. If it’s not difficult for you, could you please view it? I will be very grateful and appreciated, thanks in advance. https://www.fiverr.com/helga_png/cool-art-in-my-style
Regards Helga :kissing_heart:

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Nice gig Look great, nothing to add other than perhaps a link to your website??

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Thank you very much for your advice. :dizzy:

That would be breaching the terms and conditions.

@dopenl educate yourself before you give seriously bad advice

Quoted from https://www.fiverr.com/support/articles/360011421198

What URLs can I use in my profile or Gig description?
The following URLs may be used in your profile or Gig description:

Note: If you use a URL in your Gig, which is not in the above list, your Gig may be denied. Repetitive violations may also cause an account to be restricted.

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Welcome to fiverr.
Some points are very important to work on fiverr

  1. Be Active always
  2. Be polite to your clients
  3. Understand what your clients are asking for before offering them.
  4. Make your gigs very well try to make the gigs eye catching
  5. Checkout fiverr terms and conditions too…
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Great Job done by you. Keep your focus straight . Hope for the best. You can also check my service as well. Thank you.

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thanks for the advice :slightly_smiling_face:

Thanks for the advice, but in spite of the fact that I am very responsible, so far I have no orders to complete items other than 1 :sweat_smile:

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1 is a myth but 5 is brilliant advice: read the terms, they’re a goldmine of information!

Look at the Fiverr support pages; the core metrics they measure don’t mention how many hours a day you spend online here, they include things like how long it takes you to reply to a message, order completion rates etc, never by how long you’re logged on for, at least that’s my understanding of it.

You need to respond to potential buyers quickly when they start to message you. Then go above and beyond, under-promise, over-deliver to get the other metrics in place.

Some thoughts:

" I will draw cool art in my style" is all about YOU when it should be all about the BUYER.

Cool is too subjective.

I can’t imagine anyone is going to be searching for terms like “cool” or “my style” so I’d say load the gig title with the relevant keywords that people will be using to search.

If you don’t know what words people are searching with, Google “keyword research tool”.

How do you compete against gigs which appear on the same page?

https://www.fiverr.com/rafaelgrimaldi/color-your-inked-drawing-or-comic-page

Full of YOUR, mentions drawing, comics, their profile is full of stuff about how they can help the buyer; it’s keyword rich and all about the buyer, not about the seller.

https://www.fiverr.com/natehinesiii/create-an-editorial-cartoon-in-my-style-for-your-article

That mentions illustration etc.

Their use of titles and keywords is superior I’m afraid, look at the gigs which appear further down those gig’s pages, you want your gig there so I’d suggest you study what they all have that you don’t, then work on the next steps to improve your copy.

I think the artwork is great, it’s the copy which is letting you down but some time searching here will answer all your questions and help you fine tune your gig so the sales start coming in.

:slight_smile:

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Thank you so much, it seems now it has become much clearer

From an artist to another, you are underselling yourself. I’m afraid you may attract the wrong kind of buyers with such low prices.

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I was only making a suggestion, I have my website linked in my profile.
Thats what I mean, sorry my mistake.

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