I would investigate what people are looking for on Fiverr. I think the novelty gigs have worked for some, but I don’t have experience with them. There are people already planning to spend money on specific categories on Fiverr. If you offered items that alot of people are looking for, you may see more traffic quicker. It’s only $5, but people spend it like it’s the last five dollars in their pocket. I try to treat each $5.00 order that way.
Don’t let your profile and your style limit who your audience is. If people are looking for highly engaged, high octane providers that will return messages and give incredible customer service, They need to get that impression in the first few seconds of looking over your profile and material.
I have recorded rock bands and music groups for 20 years and I always saw them put a band together, put a set list together, and practice way before they new where they were going to play. Only to find out that it didn’t matter how good they were if no one wanted to hire that genre in there town. Work it backwards, See who and what people are looking for and figure out how to provide it for them. You have a kiosk in the Mall of Fiverr and you will figure out how to sell you and your product. It’s a great journey. Keep me posted on how it goes!