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My gig is not ranking but why?

Hi all, I am a new seller of Fiverr. I’ve done my gig well and I’ve done all sorts of marketing, online 16 hours, so why don’t I have gig rankings?

Marketing your gigs on social media won’t increase your ranking on Fiverr unless the marketing leads to actual sales. Your ranking in search here on Fiverr is based on several factors, including conversion rate, response rate, delivery time, price, reviews, and so on.

There are several things you can do to make your gig more attractive.

First of all, I’d recommend a new gig image. The one you’re using is very low quality, and frankly, it looks like something from the 90s (I don’t mean to be rude - this is merely constructive criticism to help you become more successful on Fiverr!).

To get a good gig image, I recommend using a service like Canva if you’re doing it yourself, or maybe even hire one of the many talented graphic designers here on Fiverr to help you make a gig image that stands out and looks great.

A gig video would be the next step. A gig video can make a difference - if it’s well made and of high quality.

First impressions matter. If you want to inspire trust, you have to start there.

Then, moving on to your gig description. I recommend using a tool such as Grammarly.com to fix any grammatical errors in your description.

Beyond that, spamming your gig on social media will not help. It will lead to some traffic to your gig, sure, but it will be low-quality traffic that won’t convert into sales. That means it can hurt your ranking more than it will help.

Instead, focus on landing the first sales. If you’re professional, helpful, and truthful in your services, you’ll start getting positive reviews and rise the ranks here on Fiverr. It takes time to rank on Fiverr.

From time to time, the Fiverr algorithm will mix new sellers with no reviews into the top results to help them get started. So at some point, it’s probable that you’ll start getting some sales.

In the meantime, work on the buyer request section, writing actionable responses to them, and you’ll hopefully get some orders soon.

Keep in mind that it’s Christmas, so the traffic on Fiverr is generally lower these days. Spend that time productively by working on your gig, optimizing it for search, and you’ll soon learn the ropes of Fiverr.

Welcome, and good luck! :slight_smile:

Here are some guides to help you get started:

You can read more great tips in the Fiverr Tips section of the forum.

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Thank you for your information,i will try best gig image draw

I’m not sure whether Linked-In lead generation is allowed. There have been other gig(s) offering that that have been removed. Maybe because of their user agreement.

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research keyword properly and then publish gig on fiverr next you need to share your gig on socila media

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