Looking for suggestions to guide me to improve my gig and get orders.
Increase your conversation on fiverr. Ask question on fiverr. stay online and use good keyword on your gig.
Is there any reason why you felt it necessary to copy someone else’s post?
Best to write your own post without resorting to plagiarising someone else’s, it makes your message clearer and more personal
I didn’t copy anyone?
Oh. I just see it. Too many copycats and spammy people on Fiverr and it seems they are those buyers prefer.
I scanned through over 100 gigs, they are 85% junk hence very cheap.
Yes, this a thing we try to fight against daily. And yes the “bad” people seem to have more wins than the good most days.
Wow, why does this post sound so familiar and from a different user?
“Twilight Zone” music cue.
If your Gig has 3 impressions (that isn’t many) and no clicks or sales, there is something very wrong with your Gig. Go read that other post and what I wrote to that guy to get an idea, although, it seems you are not trying to sell your services for 100’s of dollars. My guess is, you put Gigs in categories that are overly populated and have new sellers signing up and putting Gigs there weekly. So, you have to find a way to stand out. If you are getting impressions and no clicks, that tells you, that your Gig is NOT standing out in any way that makes a person browsing that category want to click and find out more about what you offer.
follow my steps and you’ll increase impressions and clicks
i have 1year experience in fiverr ranking
step1: find good keywords for your gig
step 2:write engaging description
step3: be online every time and responsive replay clients quick as you can
do your job honestly to win best reviews on your profile
best of luck
@razaali208 Please be aware that “dear” is not a term you should use in a professional setting
Also, there is no evidence (and plenty of contra-evidence) that staying online all the time will help rank your gig. Every single one of my orders happened when I was fast asleep in bed
@janeeditor But, but, but he has 1 whole year experience in Fiverr ranking, so he must be an expert, “Dear”!!!
So any page I look on will have his Gig at the top? That would be something.
Why must people say such silly things. Can they not see how it makes them look less rather than more?
Thanks for your genuine suggestions
I recommend working on the SEO of your gig. I wrote a post about it …
here you have the link: