On your proofreading gig, You lists things to be done, and the case is inconsistent, grammar is lowercase. If I was looking for a proofreader, this would red flag you to me. Also make sure your volume numbers make sense.
Your data entry gig, not really sure what you actually do from the description. Needs much more information. Also your no limit pretty much sounds like a scam. If I send you 10,000 pages of text and say ok, do it in 24 hours like your gig promises, it just isn’t going to happen. This tells buyers you have no experience.
Your Ecounseling gig doesn’t fit with your others. When reading your about you description there is no mention of training to support this gig. It is hard to be a jack of all trades here on fiverr. Buyers are more cautious of people who don’t look focused. I would save this gig for after you have had some success with your others.
Getting your first gig sale is hard. My notes may sound a bit harsh, but fiverr is a tough market and to be successful you need to be good. Your gigs are a reflection of you. I suggest looking at the top sellers in your area and see the types of things they do in their gig descriptions. Obviously you will need to make it your own, but it shows you the type of descriptions that get work.
You can do it, it will take some time.