It’s a pity, really.
I looked your Gigs and your page on Flickr and I’m impressed.
You have talent; your works deliver a sense of freshness, cleanliness, and balance.
As it has been pointed out, selling a good product at exceptionally good conditions backfires badly on the seller. You shouldn’t push so much on the fast delivery.
Twelve hours - but even just one day - to deliver such quality is something that is very hard to believe.
But it can be. Please choose one:
You have built an immense warehouse of material prepared in advance, ready to be adapted upon request. Risky strategy, but it’s legit. Many restaurants do this, since a long time.
It’s just that mileage may vary. Look to “Kitchen Nightmares”.
You are managing a pool of designers that work almost for free.
This is a matter pertinent to your conscience.
You are honest and skilled, but desperate.
I bet on 1) and 3).
- raise the prices, or consolidate every Gig in a single package
- increase the delivery times to a realistic level
- remove the unlimited revisions. You can always offer a certain number of them.
I noticed a major error in the Gig dedicated to the background removal.
You wrote “professially”, that is obviously wrong.
Since this affect the URL, you may need to rebuild the Gig.
Speaking of background removal, I have to say this.
I find that the main problem of removing a background is not removing the background.
It’s the opposite.
Many times, the problem is to rebuild what was behind a certain object that had to be removed.
Trees behind a house, grass under the cars, skin behind the glasses. And so on. I had to do this once.
I became blue in the face.