Here is what I recommend you to do:
If you stop getting orders, update your Gig in every 2 weeks until you get an order. Correct your description and add a video if possible. Once you edit a gig, it will disappear from the search for about 24 hours, but you have a chance to get it in front of other gigs.
Apply for buyer requests, they may bring someone to you. If you tried and never succeed, here are some tips on how to make your proposals work:
One piece of advice commonly given to new sellers is to send buyers an offer over buyer requests. However, often people ask how to send a good offer. Here are some tips I compiled from others and from my own experience.
-Make sure to add a friendly greeting
-Offer a special deal to the customer that they wouldn’t get otherwise
-Make sure your grammar and spelling is top-notch
-DO NOT use the same offer letter for every customer. You want to customize the offers to their needs.
Here are finally some more of my favorite, (
best) tips on the forum I recommend:
There are lots of posts about people wanting to improve their gigs, requesting reviews, tips etc to get them more orders. I want to help out my fellow freelancers - hence this post.
I believe I am currently the most successful PRO seller in the articles and blog posts category on Fiverr (between 30 and 40 orders a month, and around $5,000 in revenue), and have spent considerable time and effort optimizing my gigs for sales.
I believe these optimization efforts apply to any type of gig, not jus…
I know this is a long post, and it requires a lot of reading. But, if you do read it, act on it, and take advantage of the suggestions, it will help you be successful on Fiverr. There are no easy routes to success on the platform, but the guidance here will put you ahead of most other sellers, and help you turn Fiverr into a viable income stream. The question is, how important is that to you?
The Fiverr forum is a great place to ask questions, get advice, and interact with other highly-engaged…