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Hi, this is my Gig. Do you have some advice?

Hi, I’m Laura. I created a gig in june, but never received an order. Do you have some advice for me? I’m sure I’m doing something wrong, but I don’t want to give up. I’m a digital artist and I hope you can help me with some tips. Thank you very much for attention :revolving_hearts:
My fiverr gig:


As a new be you will not get orders directly. You have to generate 10+ order (At least) to get ranked and direct knock through

So, My suggestion is, Take the buyer request seriously. search on google to take an idea about it. And remember 100 of the new sellers on Fiverr same as you with the same skills and services, so you have to ve different than others like why should buyers knock you? you have to make a first impression and In the case of buyer request, you have to gather an impression with just 1 line. You can get an idea about killer 1 line content from CopyWriter.

Thanks hope you will get your first order within 7 days :slight_smile: Good luck


Thank you so much for all these tips. I don’t know why but i don’t see any buyer request, so maybe I’m going to send a ticket. Anyway, thank you so much!

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Hi! I have some advice for you:
First of all, don’t send any ticket to CS because it is pretty standard for new sellers without reviews to find the Buyer Requests empty.
I checked your gig and I found it ok, but maybe you can improve your tags with more relevant ones. Besides, you can also open new gigs to differentiate your offer.

You can also count on the Fiverr’s freelancing basic course, it’d be helpful to understand basic management of your profile in Fiverr:

Or, you can also browse this forum and learn from others. But be careful, there also some false tips and myths here.
A bunch of useful articles for you:

Top 5 Fiverr Myths - Debunked!
Top 5 Tips to Protect Yourself from Badly Behaved Buyers


Thank you so much. Your answer is very helpful!

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A couple of things I noticed on your gig:
it shows only 2 images, you could add more/more relevant and even a video.
You can also add your portfolio’s link, but check this page before you add it to your gig’s description (, you’ll find a list of allowed links on the bottom.

In your gig’s faq you said that you “accept any kind of request”. Make sure to set boundaries, if you have any, with your clients. For example, if you don’t draw nsfw contents, make sure to add it to your gig’s description of faqs.

I also found more articles for you :smiley:

And the most important thing in the world, the evergreen ToS, make sure to fully read it

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Thank you very very much. You are absolutely right, I’ll follow your advice and immediately read the articles you sent. Thanks again!

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