Hi fiverr team,
I am new to fiverr and got my first sale in my first week. I am a professional consultant and have helped many business (startups to enterprises) learn how to sell. I am currently testing the feasibility of fiverr when it comes to building a ‘professional’ business. I am testing whether I am able to develop long term relationships with customers I have acquired from fiverr.
As I scan all the gigs on fiverr, I see alot of gigs that are VERY helpful but are things that you can do rather quickly without really understanding your clients business (i.e. business cards or logos). When it comes to selling (selling well) and sales strategy, there is alot more homework that needs to be done prior to competing one of my gig then when compared to creating something like business cards or a logo. Since I am a new seller, I have heavily discounted all of my gigs to hopefully pick up some sales momentum and traction but it is not feasible for me in the long term to keep my gig prices so low.
A few questions:
What are your average order sizes?
Do you think people search on fiverr for professional services that are worth more than only $5?
How many of your customers are repeat customers?
Looking forward to everyones feedback.