I need your help!


#1

Hello
I have spent more than 3 months on this platform and I am just been able to make 2 orders which is highly frustrating and am about giving up on this platform but I want to give it all it take to make it a successful journey for me and I need your help to do that. I will be grateful and will never forget anyone who could assist me in pointing me to the right direction on fiverr in term of my gig creating.
Kindly look at my account and gig and help me to do overall analysis and proffer the right solution and I will effect all tips giving for me to get orders.
Looking forward to hear from you soon.
Thank you


#2

Yes. It’s really frustrating. I am also looking for some people who will guide me :sob:


#3

Dear Webmas:

I took a quick look at your profile:

First off, you have no gigs starting at $5. It’s perhaps unreasonable to expect people to be willing to spend more than $5 AS A BASE price before you have at least 100 positive reviews.

Here’s a quote from Fiverr Academy that you do not seem to have considered:
https://www.fiverr.com/academy/getting-started/4-things-to-do-before-you-create-a-gig

Find Your Niche:
The best Gig ideas are small, scalable tasks that only take you a few minutes to complete. As a seller, your first assignment is to break down your skillset into a small offering that it makes sense to sell starting at $5.00. When defining what exactly your Gig will be, ask yourself:
Does it take me a few (5 to 15 minutes) to complete this action?
Is this action or service scalable? Could I deliver multiples of it in batches?
Are there extra services or components that could be built onto this task?
If your answer to all of those questions is “Yes”, then you have a viable Gig on your hands!

Your immediate goal should be to sell 50 gigs as quickly as you can, to earn Level 2 status.

Run down the Improve My Gig Checklist ( 'http://forum.fiverr.com/t/improve-my-gig-checklist/84987` ). You’ve studied Fiverr Academy, listened to Fiverrcast or read the transcripts, studied the offerings on Fiverr in your niche, right?

If I started on this checklist for you…
Smiling in profile Image … NO
Professionally dressed in profile image … NO
Video in gigs … YES, but
YOU Appear in your video … NO
https://forum.fiverr.com/t/ten-tips-to-optimize-your-gigs-create-trust-and-get-sales/165711`
Optimum use of Key Words … NO
Polished English grammar, punctuation, and spelling (try the Grammarly extension for your browser) …
Professional-quality copy in your gig description …
3 images in Live Portfolio that are custom to this gig and not just pulled from the web …
Read the Fiverr Terms of Service …
Able to point the Buyer to Appropriate Resources to Minimize Miscommunication / Cancellations …
Able to Communicate Clearly with Buyers …

Good luck,
Blaise