Limited to 20 Gigs? Come on Fiverr take off the restriction and let me grow!


#1

Im a publisher with over 5000 real book titles that i would gladly offer fiverr users ( these are not cheapie ebooks! most are over 100+ pages and all have been published in print ) - If fiverr wants its users to TRUELY make a living or at least make a good income then why hold us back with a limit of just 20 gigs?


#2

Reply to @kolapops: Yeah once you have a popular gig, you don’t need 20. In fact I downsized my number of gigs a bit once one of them took off, to avoid spreading myself thin.


#3
refugeek said: instead of copying every gig out there that is somewhat successful.


Yeah too much Freedom you know ppl abuse it often... I've already noticed my "competition" editing their gigs to match or "beat" my rates/extras etc... but I don't think of anyone as my competition so I'm not even gonna sweat it... #copycats

#4

While in some cases upping the limit seems reasonable, overall it’s not such a bad rule… it makes people think about what they want to offer, instead of copying every gig out there that is somewhat successful.


#5

i suppose because if you can’t generate enough biz with 20 then shouldn’t you (don’t u) already have your own external servers where you attract clients??? don’t be greedy! lol… seriously tho more than 20, why exactly? how many would you be happy with?


#6

Id love to have more than 20 too…


#7

Agreed.


#8

more then 20 gigs people would just spam the site with 100’s of gigs…


#9

Furthermore what’s to stop you from saying. For $5 I’ll send you a list of 1000 ebooks on topics such as blah, blah blah, and send you any on of your choice.



There done. The only thing you don’t get is Keyword richness.


#10

20 gigs is enough…All you need is a few gigs to get popular then just delete the rest. 20 gigs is a create “test” to allow the buyers to decide which gig they love most.


#11

I think Fiverr placed this rule to prevent abuse - there are people who use bots to setup gigs


#12

Reply to @kolapops: Yeah once you have a popular gig, you don’t need 20. In fact I downsized my number of gigs a bit once one of them took off, to avoid spreading myself thin.


#13
refugeek said: instead of copying every gig out there that is somewhat successful.


Yeah too much Freedom you know ppl abuse it often... I've already noticed my "competition" editing their gigs to match or "beat" my rates/extras etc... but I don't think of anyone as my competition so I'm not even gonna sweat it... #copycats

#14

While in some cases upping the limit seems reasonable, overall it’s not such a bad rule… it makes people think about what they want to offer, instead of copying every gig out there that is somewhat successful.


#15

i suppose because if you can’t generate enough biz with 20 then shouldn’t you (don’t u) already have your own external servers where you attract clients??? don’t be greedy! lol… seriously tho more than 20, why exactly? how many would you be happy with?


#16

Id love to have more than 20 too…


#17

Agreed.


#18

more then 20 gigs people would just spam the site with 100’s of gigs…


#19

Furthermore what’s to stop you from saying. For $5 I’ll send you a list of 1000 ebooks on topics such as blah, blah blah, and send you any on of your choice.



There done. The only thing you don’t get is Keyword richness.


#20

20 gigs is enough…All you need is a few gigs to get popular then just delete the rest. 20 gigs is a create “test” to allow the buyers to decide which gig they love most.