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Never give up. no order last one and half month


#1

Last one and half month no order. But i can’t give up. I have to try and try.if everyone get every day lot of order. Why not me?


#2

Probably they are better at selling.

What are you doing to get orders? Are you just sitting and waiting for everything to come to you by itself?


#3

No marketing all social media and also sent buyer request


#4

You sent buyers request promoting your gig?


#5

Try an another way and another content, you will send them your best services examples for better results. Best of luck


#6

Same Problem. but believe me never give up. keep updating your gig and try to find mistakes in your gig.


#7

Try to find mistakes and keep updating in your gig. Also sent buyer request.


#8

Keep updating your gigs every 3 days. Be active on the forum as you get customers here too.


#9

That’s terrible advice.
Every time you update a gig it will be taken off from the search results.


#10

I know that but thanks


#11

Hi! I’m new too and I haven’t had any order yet. All I can say is not to give up, you will find someone who likes your gigs, I hope you do. In the meantime try to share your gigs on Facebook and Twitter, I heard that’s useful.
I wish you the best! Good luck and never give up!


#12

Updating a gig increases impressions. Try it for yourself. I have experienced it. I speak by experience.


#13

I need to ask, what exactly have you tried?
I see that you have fixed the “hair” part from your description, but that’s just the
start. Have you checked out other successfull sellers that are offering the same type of gigs? I’ve seen other photo retouching gigs by other popular sellers, and they have GREAT sample images which shows the sellers’ skills very clearly. Their gig descriptions are error free as well.
Unfortunately when I see your sample images, none of them stand out and they don’t look impressive, and the description needs a bit more work.
I mentioned this in one of my posts, but if you are wondering why you are not getting orders while others are being successful, ask youself this question:

Can you look at your gig, then compare it with another very popular seller and honestly tell yourself “My gigs are exactly the same level of quality” ?

I’m sorry if I’m sounding harsh, but if you have 5 years of experience as mentioned in your description, I’m sure you have a huge amount of great sample images you can use. Why not use those??