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Hi!! My name is Emily and I’m an undergraduate college student. I just recently joined Fiverr, made my gigs active, and was wondering if anyone had any tips on how to get more views/interest.
I shared my gigs on LinkedIn (as my gigs pertain more towards students looking to get organized) and Twitter. I am aware that my gigs are more school-oriented and creating them so close to the summer is likely the cause for lack interest for right now.

However, I wanted to get a sense for whether of not I would be successful in the jobs I’ve chosen to provide.
I’m a very well-organized student with a 4.0 GPA and I rely heavily on my planner. One of my gigs is creating a color-coded planner for the semester based on a provided syllabus. Rather than having 5 different syllabi, compiling all assignments in one place allows for less stress and a higher chance of completing each assignment.
Does this interest anyone, hypothetically? Is this gig one that you think people would find “worth it”? (My cost is very low, too!)


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Welcome to Fiverr world. I think whatever your gigs are!! If you can promote these nicely then you have great opportunity to make your life easier. So make sure that your gigs are looking eye-catching or not. Make the gigs attractive & promote it on social market. Also need 24/7 h active & hard work. So All the best :slight_smile:


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Hi Emily! So nice to see another college student on Fiverr!

I think that having a planner gig sounds really awesome! Personally I’m not the most organized person, so I think that your gigs would definitely draw interest in the sense that you’d be able to help people get organized.

Perhaps it would be a good idea to also offer gigs that aren’t just for work or school schedules, but also developing personal habits (e.g. reading daily, exercising daily, etc.)? That might be more broadly applicable.