Okay… I’ll play. I’m a veteran Fiverr seller. I’ve been working on this site a lot longer than you have. I’ve even been a forum moderator. I think my advice carries some weight.
5.) I sometimes have to answer messages a few hours after I receive them. I have a life, you know. I answer as soon as I can, but I don’t rush to be available right away. And I don’t use the Fiverr app. Answering messages 30 minutes… an hour… even two hours later has not hurt my sales. It is false information for anyone to claim that you have to answer in the first 5-10 minutes after receiving a message, or you lose a sale. That just isn’t true.
4.) Actually, it is not true, nor a guarantee, that gigs with videos have a 220% more chance of getting orders. I know plenty of sellers who have gig videos, and don’t make any sales. Just because Fiverr encourages video gigs, does not guarantee that everyone will magically start making “a lot of sales.” Again, this is just a number. It is not a guaranteed promise of sales success.
3.) There is no such thing as impressions and clicks being directly proportional to sales. There is no proportion. Everyone’s success is different here on Fiverr. Tags do not guarantee sales any more than views, impressions or clicks. Every buyer is different. Not everyone who sees your gig is looking for it.
2.) I guarantee that many gigs does not improve your sales. I know quite a few top-level sellers who are extremely successful with only one or two hyper-targeted gigs. Quantity is in no way better than quality. Pick a few gigs that offer services that you are better than your competition at, and make those work. Never, ever waste your time filling up you profile with as many gigs as possible, just to have many non-targeted gigs (that most people will never see). Market a FEW good gigs, and build a reputation doing the few tasks that you are very good at.
1.) Your Fiverr profile is not your selling point. It is merely a place to tell people a little about yourself. If you want to impress your potential buyers, do it on your gigs. THAT is where you drive sales.
Yes, your opinions are valid for discussion. But I can assure you, the points you have shared are not top-level advice. Your experience is your own. Don’t assume that your experience is how things work for everyone else. You still have a lot to learn.