There is nothing that I know of that is known as “the so-called Level One hell”. Just because things may not be going the way you want them to, does not mean you’re “in hell”.
Fiverr has said, over and over – to just about anyone who asks, that gigs are “ranked” in the search results according to gig performance. This means that if your gig is not showing up where you want it to, then your gig performance must be low or dipping below that of your competitors. The only way to improve this is to be a great seller, with a well performing gig.
And if you want more customers, you are going to have to go out and find them. Fiverr does not guarantee sales, or a top search engine “ranking”. It is not their job to provide customers to every seller who wants them. Your gigs are a business. If you wish to be successful, and earn sales, you are going to have to treat your gigs like a business, and go out and market and promote your services to the target customers who need what you have to offer.