How to Rank Higher On Fiverr's Search Engine


#1

Hello Fiverr buyers and sellers,

Do any of you have tips on how to rank my gigs higher on the search engine. For instance, when I put in “article writing blog posts” in the Fiverr search engine, my gig is on the first page result, but when I simply type in “article writing,” a stream of other gigs pop up.

@wuerz123 gave me some great tips on how to change my tags and wording to rank higher, and I used those and it has helped. I’ve gotten two new orders since I last visited the forum,

I am serious about becoming a Fiverr success story and I would like to maximize my success. If anyone would like to look at my page/gigs/reviews, I would greatly appreciate it.

Thanks.


#2

Hey girl,
Glad to read…
As you see, I believe no one would be giving real advice like I do. :wink:


#3

Hello! In my experience, you have to be really targeted with the keyboards that you choose. The tags in the gig description page? Plus it helps to have a really relevant photo. I’m still working on tweaking mine and I’ve bene here for a few years, now! I think the idea is just to accept the idea that you’re going to have to tweak and update as you go.


#4

Would suggest writing your profile description in the first person rather than in the third person.


#5

Your advice was awesome. The first two tags really do make a difference.


#6

I’ve actually gotten more orders since changing it to the third person though.


#7

If you want to discuss something else, you’re allowed to PM me, before the real bunch of old-fashioned “advisers” in this forum start with their cliché answers “share on social media… bla… bla …bla” and send you on your way…
I bet you can see now the difference…


#8

No one has any idea how to rank their gigs due to Fiverr changing its algorithm repeatedly. The new algorithm does favor new sellers a lot more so let’s see how that goes for you.


#9

What dies that nean?


#10

In your profile description you say “I am” which is in the first person. If you were to use the third person you would say “tanmoyroy is.” Hope that explains it. :slightly_smiling_face:


#11

That’s great! But I guess it will depend on the category as for the tone for the gig description.


#12

I hope this helps :slight_smile:

  1. Keyword consistency - Use the same keywords in title, url, keywords and description
  2. Keyword difficulty - How many other people are trying to rank for the same keyword
  3. Number of sales/reviews for a gig/account
  4. Gig rating - Average review from 1 to 5
  5. Account status - New, 1st Level Seller, 2nd Level Seller or Top Seller.
  6. Gig status - Some gigs can be featured by Fiverr team
  7. Account age - When account was created
  8. Recent deliveries - If you have frequent deliveries in last few weeks then you’ll rank higher
  9. Video - If you have video it is a plus

#13

URL is based on your very first title of the gig. What if you think your initial title was not good enough and you change it to a good title. How would you play with URL now?