Is it that difficult getting the first sales?


#1

It’s really frustrating! With so much much time invested on my gigs so far as a new seller, no sales has rolled in so far. It crushes my heart and gives me thoughts of giving up. I need someone to pour water on my dryness. Guys, what am I not probably getting right? My gigs have had numerous views, clicks and high impression ratio but… no sales still.


#2

You just need to wait for someone to give you a chance, excel at your service get a good review and more will start coming in.
It took me 3 months for someone to contact me. 4 for an order to be made. If it doesn’t happen in your first month, I wouldn’t give up. The thing I did honestly was stop coming on fiverr but maybe once a week and left my email notifications on, so I wasn’t expect anything of fiverr but one day a message appeared. It’s kind of random when it happens. Plus, you’re offering a very competitive gig. What makes yours stand out? What do you offer that others don’t? Rhetorical question but something for you to think about. (Not saying you don’t do good,because I wouldn’t know)


#3

You have to wait. I also got my first sale after long time. But I will suggest you to share your gig on social networks also. I did the same and after some time I got my first sale.

Also live online for long time even you can use mobile app for this.


#4

Just stay calm pal and be expecting your first click


#5

It took me 3 months to get my first 3 orders!
You need to be extremely passionate and patience to get the sales coming in!
My secret to sales is:

  • Don’t oversale yourself
  • Be honest about what you will provide
  • Keep the right price - don’t sell something for $400 if other guys are offering it for $30!
  • Use as much features of Gigs as you can - videos, 3 packages, long descriptions, etc.
  • Google for “How to increase fiverr sales - read every article you find, and apply what you feel is applicable for you!”

Hope that helps!


#6

Thank you for this! This is water to a thirsty soul.


#7

Thank you for this. I’m grateful.


#8

Hi, I am a level two Graphic Designer at fiverr and working for last year I have found that writing a good and detailed description of gig, that can be easily understandable by a buyer and assures them that they will get the best service from you what they exactly want. If you write or describe your service in such a way you will definitely get 2 to 3 orders in a week