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I started my first gig and it got 61 impressions and 17 clicks in the first 24 hours. Is this good?


#1

is that a good start of an average one, or does it not really matter? i’m new here and read through a lot on this forum first before posting, but i kind of wanted to know.



anyhow, have a great rest of the day!


#2

It is very good probably unless you just try to bring some attention to your gigs with forum posting here :slight_smile:



As you are an SEO specialist you probably know that 17 visits per day is a good start for any kind of new business :slight_smile:


#3

for website, yeah, but on fiverr, i’m kind of new to how the traffic flows here. i thought it very strange…i wasn’t expecting any sort of visibility for at least a month! thanks for the heads up!


#4

and WOW you have a lot of gigs!


#5

Your pic is too cute, btw :wink:


#6

haha, thanks! ;D



i look like that in real life, too.



>-)


#7

Hi

Thats good start of receiving lots of impressions and clicks within short period of starting a new gig on fiverr as a newbie. Most important thing is the conversion rate of your gig. Don’t use the same gig image for more than one gig. Gig image shoul be unique.


#8

thanks, zimron89! i’ll change that tonight! thank you so much for the tips! i thought maybe if i had the same (or even similar image), it would help with branding my type of gig.


#9

Reply to @chocoboinvest: Yes, currently 19 gigs but they all not have so good sales. We can say that average is 2-3 per month per gig. But that is still ok, 50-60 orders per month, plus gig extras and nice money is there :slight_smile:


#10

That is good metric for a start. Use twitter to promote the gig and drive more traffic


#11

Good going , my advice is to offer and irresistible thing , which seems too much for 5$, once you get some reviews come back at your normal gig . It works every time for me and my all students.



#12

@nhshapiro - thanks! i definitely will do that!

@sadescent - yeah i figured i should over-offer and waay over-perform just to get the ball rolling. super solid advice!