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My daily gig impression and low click

What is the way to increase gig impressions and click?
please let me know

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Maybe Seth Godin has the answer in today’s email that just hit my inbox:

It might be simple, but it’s not always easy. Success doesn’t always mean money, it just means that you got what you were hoping for. And while every project fits into one of the four quadrants, there’s no right answer for any given person or any given moment…

Here are some of the traps that are worth avoiding:

  1. All your eggs are in a low-chance basket. You’re taking a wild gamble, and it’s your dream. And you want a shortcut. The problem, of course, is that this isn’t a resilient long-term plan. Someone has to win the lottery tomorrow, but alas, that doesn’t mean it’s going to be you.

  2. You’re hoping to come out ahead by doing something that depends on scarcity, but you’re doing it in the top right quadrant. The problem is, so is everyone else. All of a sudden, your odds just went down. It’s easy to start an Insta account, but once everyone does it, the chances of becoming a top .01% traffic generating influencer are close to zero.

  3. You focus on only high-probability, low-value successes, even if the outcomes are not really worth your time. Getting a $3 an hour gig on a freelance site is easy, but it might not be worth it.
    On the other hand, consider a portfolio of projects. Some of them have a very high likelihood of working out, and each one of these outcomes is pleasant, if not game-changing. Play often enough, though, and your persistent generosity will pay off.

And then, mix into that some of the moonshot projects that most people are afraid to take on. They’re afraid because they have equated “low chance of success” with “risky.” They’re not the same. Risky implies that failure will cost a lot. It won’t. You can thrive with this strategy because you have a portfolio, and because you realize that “unlikely” is not the same as “not worth trying.”

The best portfolios are persistent (because patience is a rare skill), they’re generous (so others root for you to succeed) and they build on each other (because then, even the ones that don’t work increase your chances for the next one to work out).

Here’s to a new year filled with possibility.

Seth Godin is one of the smartest cookies on the internet. He has worked with some of the largest names in the early internet. His emails are free to your inbox and if you read and think, more often than not very good stuff. I see all three of these choices over and over here on Fiverr yet people keep hitting their heads against the same inevitable low results.



what can I do now for it

Ummm, read the article and see how you are most likely doing the very things Seth points out will fail every time :wink:

Also do some looking into the 5-10 long responses I have made in similar threads in the last few days as they take about these issues. You have to do at least half of the work for yourself here.


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