Your profile image is fine, mainly because of your smile, but I'd still suggest a color photo and making the choice NOT to tilt the photo. Your log line also works, in my humble opinion.
I suggest you expand your profile text, emphasizing how you are here to help the Buyer. Use "You" a lot. Your goal should be to make the Buyer feel they know, like, and trust you.
You should have a link to making good use of social media (see the Tips and Tricks earlier in this thread). You should be building a rep for yourself online by tweeting, facebooking, chum humming (chumming hum?), Instagramming, and what-have-you.
I sugggest you morph from providing services on Fiverr, to offering products on Fiverr and using Fiverr as a laboratory for developing books for Amazon. If you know who Emmaki is on the Forum, you'll try to find the threads in which she discusses her experience creating books for Amazon.
If you create a new recipe each time someone buys your $5 gig, you are spending who knows how much on ingredients, not to mention taking the time to make the recipe, photograph it, eat it, and whatever else. From what you've described, you're probably losing money with every gig you deliver.
If you collect your recipes into books, you can have a cake recipe book, a pie recipe book, a s'mores recipe book, a recipes inspired by Khaleesi's dragons book, lots and lots of books that each take you moments to deliver on Fiverr and no effort to deliver on Amazon once you set them up there.
You can create your own YouTube channel (if you haven't already) of you making your recipes, with links to your website that has links to Amazon and links to Fiverr. Bonus points if you have lots of gratuitous shots of your bare feet in these videos!*
You can create a Udemy course.
You can create audio books of yourself reading your books.
Bottom line: if you do your homework and really brainstorm the best ways to diversify your income without relying on any one website, you will be in a position to comfortably pay me $100,000 per year in gratitude for all the great advice I've given you here...
Your success is therefore my success, so I wish you the best!
I took a look at your top selling dessert recipe gig.
- Gig Title: I will write a dessert recipe for you with original photos
I suggest that you morph this gig, with it's 15 5-star reviews, into
"I will show you how to make awesome dessert recipes with photos"
Do your keyword research, build your social media following, and set yourself up so you spend minutes, not hours, delivering this gig. You can create packages with the audio book as your standard gig and the video of you making all these desserts as the premium gig.
The first edition could be 20 or 30 recipes, and expanded (or not) in future editions, based on Buyer feedback.
- Video: 30 to 60 seconds. Fiverr says videos can boost your sales. You should include lots of examples, and feature the phrase "Exclusively on Fiverr" onscreen and in the audio. You speaking directly to the Buyer is best. REHEARSE!
Gig Images: You should have 3.
I don't know if you don't have the Live Portfolio turned on. I won't get into that, and just assume that you don't want new Buyers lusting over images of your desserts, or that Fiverr is not offering a Live Portfolio in your category. Missed opportunity!
2 @3-page PDFS: If these are available to you, you should take advantage of them!
As you make deliveries, if you are not delivering an image or video, try adding a unique image thanking the customer. If these start showing up in your Live Portfolio, try to make them all awesome and different so that in combination with the Reviews you get, they help you sell more gigs to new Buyers.
Study copy writing, given that you are a writer, and beef up your gig descriptions in every way you can. Apply the power of compelling the Buyer to buy to amplify your effectiveness. Watch every episode of "Mad Men". David Ogilvy is your friend.
A suggested format for your gig descriptions:
WHO I AM
WHAT YOU GET
WHY YOU SHOULD BUY FROM ME
RECOMMENDED GIG EXTRAS / COMPLEMENTARY GIGS
If you have these, I don't see them.
Gig Packages: Try different things over time.
Frequently Asked Questions: If these are available to you, take advantage of them.
Each FAQ gives you a 300-character opportunity to close the deal. Make the most of them!
I also suggest your morph your tip gig into a product gig. What else besides ebooks can you offer?
Your cartoon and illustration gigs do not stand out in crowded categories. I suggest you do away with them.
Your Hearthstone gig is original, but it does not seem to be working for you.
I hope you read twistedweb123's posts on making complementary gigs and on using Fiverr Anywhere for upsells.
Your recipes are your keys to success, in my opinion.
If you take the time to read the authors I've already told you about, you have the potential to make 6 figures.
*That's a humorous reference to all the foot fetishists who contact Buyers on FIverr looking for foot fetish stuff. (I'm not a foot fetishist.)