I believe the Fiverr management is trying. However, when it concerns the creation and administration of the Fiverr Studio, I think there needs to be a change.
I believe that Studio leads are only TRS and Pro Sellers, while the Studio members could be Level 2 sellers and upwards of the seller levels. This piece will be based on this assumption.
Here is my big question: if Mr. A (studio member) is capable of doing a great job with Mr. B (studio lead), why has the Fiverr management restricted the creation and administration of Studios to only the TRS and Pro Sellers?
In the long run, I believe the Fiverr management will be the biggest winner if the STUDIO GIGS are really working.
WHY THE CURRENT ARRANGEMENT IS NOT WORKING
- TRS and PRO sellers (Studio leads) usually charge very high prices. This makes their budget unaffordable to clients, and it turns them off. On the other hand, the Studio members charge a bit lower and still deliver excellent services (else they won’t be eligible to be in studios in the first place).
- TRS and PRO sellers (Studio leads) are usually busy because they have lots of work they handle on and off Fiverr. This causes their concentration on the Studio gigs to depreciate. A paused gig is lost money to Fiverr. A gig that ought to be created but wasn’t ever created is lost money to Fiverr.
- TRS and PRO sellers (Studio leads) are already given lots of visibility by Fiverr, which means they have lots of work to do. However, studio members will treat studio gigs with more passion because it is a big plus to them in the absence of the TRS or Pro seller status.
THE SMART MOVE – In my opinion, I think that if Mr. A (studio member) is capable of doing a great job with Mr. B (studio lead), it will be an informed choice to allow Mr. A to create a studio gig, allow him to compete and turn in more sales for Fiverr.
If you think I am right and want the Fiverr management to implement this simple solution that makes more money for Fiverr and for you, comment below and maybe they would read this thread and make a decision.