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I'm a new seller i need help on how to get sales

i need help on how to get sales

Hello cheaptraffics,

Welcome to Fiverr.

Confusion: A seller providing traffic is asking for tips to increase traffic :wink:

Anyways, First of all your niche is Digital Marketing (SEO). I looked at your gig and it seems that buyers would not trust it.

What buyers want is that you provide trustworthy services, services that are real and genuine. Since you also don’t have any reviews, it would be difficult for you to get your first order soon.

I suggest ask someone from your family or friends and who needs your services. After you deliver them your work, ask them to leave a feedback based on your work. Since they are your family or friends, chances are higher that they will leave a 5 star review.

Second, people will also trust a profile with a great and natural profile picture. Your current profile definitely stands out but you can do much better.

Third, promote your gigs on Social media. Its even easier on Fiverr app and you can be your own promoter on the go. This definitely increases your gig traffic.

Fourth, provide outstanding customer support. This will increase your ‘permanent’ buyers.

Hope this helps.

I am a Level 1 seller. You may get much better advice from Level 2 or TRS on Fiverr.

Kind regards,
The Yellow Crow Design Agency.

Hello cheap traffics,

I checked your gig “I will write an AWESOME Amazon Product review for your products” and its sound like you are selling fake reviews. To be honest its not authorised service to sale here on fiverr. I suggest you to delete this gig and make any other service to get long time income from fiverr.

Thanks

CuteVamp

Why don’t you use an actual picture of yourself, for starters? You’re already breaking seller-buyer trust by being fake.

“A seller providing traffic is asking for tips to increase traffic.”

You’re right hahaha! Why can’t this person increase their OWN sales with their talents? I don’t think that a “traffic” Gig is the BEST thing to start with anyway.

But honestly, @cheaptraffics, your description could use a lot of work. Make it longer; you have so many words to work with! Use that “great services” that you have to improve your own Gig.

You have a point. I saw 1000s of fresher using fake photos, specially asians.

Here are few steps that can help you :slight_smile:

  1. You can send 10 offers to the buyers through buyer request section in 24 hours. Read carefully the buyers’ requirements then send the offers to buyers. I would like to recommend you that always give special discount to buyers as you are a new seller. Try to ensure their trust through your valuable words. It is too hard to trust new sellers for buyers. If you still not getting orders no worry in such a way you will get views and clicks.

  2. Share your GIG’s on the social media groups that have a huge amount of members like FaceBook, Twitter, Google +, Linkedin, etc. It will help you a lot in increasing your GIG’s impressions, clicks and views, resultantly your GIG will visible among thousands of users and also boost in ranking too.

  3. The most important thing is that have a deep look at your GIG’s Title, Description, Tags, Prices, and Its image or video.

a) The Title

The title must be unique and has unique and most usable keywords.

b) The Description

The description must be unique and contain the keywords that are in the GIG title as much as possible. I would like to recommend you to use keywords in the starting, middle, and in the ending. The description must contain the sentences that inspire the buyers and ensure their trust.

c) The Tags

Tags are also most important for visibility of your GIGs in the search results. Do a fair research and look the tags that repeat a lot. Imagine you are a buyer and would like to purchase a logo design then you will definitely type logo design in the search bar. Most of the buyers use filters.

d) The Prices

If you are a new seller and not getting orders so I would like to recommend you to set the average or reasonable price for making your first sale.