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All your gigs should have video, and so on…
If you take the time to earn your Autobiographer Badge, particularly adding a link to your Fiverr profile, other forum participants will be able to easily view your information.
As a general rule, when I have time to participate in the Fiverr Forum and I notice a request like yours in the “Improve My Gig” section, I am willing and able to look at a Seller’s Profile and one gig one time.
I can give you a better level of assistance if you first work your way through the checklist below. That way, I won’t waste your one turn by advising you to follow items on the checklist.
I am working as a seller on Fiverr for not more than 6 months. Trust me, I faced the same issues in the beginning what you are facing right now.
I didn’t receive any offers for the first 10 days of creating my first gig. I sent more than hundreds of buyer requests, but all in vain.
Now, I am a level two seller, and I reached Level TWO in just 90 days of creating my first gig!
I will give you a few tips to attract sellers to your profile:
Send LOTS and LOTS of buyer requests - It seems futile and time consuming, but trust me, it is very useful. I found a lot of my bulk buyers through buyer requests only. Even though I am a Level TWO seller now, I still send buyer requests. One should always keep looking for new opportunities.
Update your profile - Make your profile attractive to the seller. Keep attractive display image for your gigs. Also, if possible, add an animated video to your profile. Trust me, the gigs with video intros tend to have a lot more hits than just images.
Try to convince the buyer as much as possible in the buyer requests options. Even though you can use luring words, you should refrain from making any false commitments or giving any false information to the buyer.
Refer your friends - refer your profile on social media like facebook, youtube, google+, twitter etc. and you can attract customers from these platforms.
Keep your gigs hard to resist - Let us just say that general market price for a logo designing gig is $5 per logo. You make an offer the buyer cannot refuse. For example, you give the buyer two logos for $5 and lots of revisions. This will be difficult in the beginning, since you won’t get as much returns as you put in hard work, but once you start building reviews, you can always top up the prices.
Most important - BE PATIENT. It takes time, it takes patience, and trust me, in the end, you will get what you deserve.
I think having only 10 seller bids makes it easier for buyers to sort through quality bids. If we had unlimited bids some of us would be bidding on anything in desperation. As a buyer willing to spend money, that would be a turn off and I would take my money elsewhere because it would be too bothersome to sift through hundreds of unqualified bids.