I was on the platform for about 6 months, constantly logging in until I gave up and decided Fiverr wasn’t for me because I wasn’t making sales.
About a month or two later, I decided to give it one more shot and started doing research. Since I got back, I’ve made more sales than I thought a poet who focuses on love poems, could ever make on Fiverr. I’ll give you three of the most important tips.
1. You Need to Stand Out
As a creative, what you are offering, is very different from the next creative, and that difference is what makes you unique and is your strong point.
From how you showcase your portfolio to how you buyers see you needs to be a representation of who you are and what you do.
Constantly strive to brand yourself on the platform.
**2. Visibility **
You need to be visible on the platform. Once you’ve stood out, potential buyers need to be able to see you. 30% of creatives don’t even know that their gigs can’t be seen on the platform on specific searches. You need to tailor your gig to keywords that represent what you do.
Most of you might not agree with this particular method, but you need to spend money to make money; and promoting your gig on Fiverr is one of the best ways to ensure that you get noticed and people actually buy what you sell.
I’ll add more to the list, but I feel these aren’t the most important ones.
I hope these tips help you improve your sales as a creative as much as they have helped me. Good luck !