How often do you reword your gig titles, descriptions and gig extras?


#1

I have to say that as my Fiverr gigs get specific orders, I change my titles, descriptions and gig extras around a lot to serve the market. I think @oldbittygrandma said it best a few weeks back that the market is always changing and we need to change with the demand. Makes sense to me.



I change my Fiverr gigs at least once or twice a week, sometimes more.



Will that hurt your Fiverr search rankings? Who knows? :bz


#2

I have changed mine maybe three times. My biggest changes came after making Level 2. I was able to expand upon my original gig.


#3

I think I’ve only done it twice…not sure about the rankings though.


#4

Reply to @ceceliavo: I am not worried about the rankings when I have my forum friends :wink:


#5

:slight_smile:


#6

Initially when I started out I was constantly tweaking it. That is, to make it more clear, add keywords for popular request, ask the buyer to contact me first. Now, my gig works… I get orders and have an awesome set of repeat customers who keep me VERY busy. I’m afraid to change it. What if I don’t get any more orders?



Kim


#7

Reply to @kim_talented: Good point. If it aint broke, don’t fix it.



#8

I change my descriptions and stuff very very often, possibly 3 times a week


#9

I used to do it A WHOLE LOT.



I used to do lots of testing.



However, sometimes my gigs are “locked down” in a sense by Fiverr because I don’t want to lose my keyword multiples.


#10
anarchofighter said: keyword multiples.


What do you mean by keyword multiples?

#11

I’ve changed mine maybe once I don;t like to play with it to much in case it messes up my rankings


#12

Well one of my new gigs was under review most of today. It was finally released not too long ago. Edited the text to add ▣▣▣▣▣▣▣▣▣▣ for spacing and its back under review! Oh well…guess I gotta wait half a day again and probably won’t ever edit that listing!


#13

hmmm not tooo much some times:P


#14

Around 3 times a month


#15

Reply to @magisworks: Nice.


#16

Reply to @onecreativegeek: Was that gig ever revoked by a moderator? I have only seen my gigs that were revoked by moderators take that long after editing it. Otherwise, my change is immediate with it being available to buyers.


#17

Well at first, yes it was denied. I made changes listening to everything they said and it was approved. I edited it to add the spacers only, and now this morning it was denied again. They approved it, then denied it after only adding ▣▣▣▣▣▣▣▣▣▣. That is pretty crazy. So twice now I have thought of everything to say, typed it out, denied. Waste of time. There is honestly nothing against the rules but I guess one mod thought it was ok while another did not. Oh well…one more attempt, then I will never edit that one again! :slight_smile:


#18

Reply to @oldbittygrandma: No I don’t think they got my gig denied…I think it was a case of me being too close to the edge with something inside my description. I must have been walking down a tight rope. I redid it this morning in completely different words and everything went through perfectly fine (with those spacers).


#19
hotwebideas said:
anarchofighter said: keyword multiples.


What do you mean by keyword multiples?


When you set your keywords for the gig. I used to be able to say things like autoresponder email, email writing, email copywriting.

So you see, I got to use the keyword email three times. Now any occurrence of a duplicate word is an "error" and will not save.

I don't REALLY know if it helps or matters, but I wanted to keep those keyword phrases so I stopped changing the gig.

Happened to a friend of mine in the same space too.

#20

Reply to @hotwebideas: You get faster “non-review” because of your level. He’s a Sheep. :slight_smile: