Let’s see, you have an Indian accent but your profile says you’re from the USA. Of course, you could be an Indian living in the USA, but you’re not a VO professional so why not pay someone to do a video for you? Search “Fiverr video” or “gig video.”
I love the movie Scream, but people need to see a face or a body. If you’re not happy with your looks, wear glasses and have a friend take the picture from far away. Or pay a graphic designer to create a logo for you.
WRONG: I will do forum and community 25 posts
RIGHT: I will WRITE 25 forum and community posts
WRONG: I will create and develop forum site
RIGHT: I will create and develop a FORUM site in 7 Days
(if you can do it in 3 days, that works as well, just don’t offer 24/hours, make people pay more for extra fast)
“Article-BlogPost-Content Writing Service On Fiverr. @ghostwriter786”
Why are you saying that in your gig description? It’s not necessary.
Decide whether you’re an I or a we, because you can’t be both:
“I will create & modify wordpress site for $5. Web development solution just at $5 only.
Service we provide:”
By the way, are you really a writer? I saw weird sentence constructions all over your gigs. Writing is HARD, clients HATE seeing spelling and grammar mistakes, in fact, the worst writers are the first people to notice them. I’ve never had a job where some jerk account executive or traffic manager didn’t read me the riot act for making one spelling mistake.
If you’re grammar is really bad, you’re going to need to google “Grammarly” and use their software. Or better yet, don’t do writing gigs.