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New profile not getting orders

We are new to Fiver and waiting to provide our 200% on our first order on Fiver.
But I think we are doing something wrong with our gig. We have posted two gigs on fiver one of them has 90 impressions and 12 clicks and another one have 87 impressions and 6 clicks and impressions are reducing as a day pass. But no orders or any conversation with the client so we need to change something or wait for more (it been 4 days).
It would be great if someone reviews our gig and has some tips regarding this.
Thank you.


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You only have 38 minutes of read-time shown in your forum profile. Check out the Tips For Sellers category (with filters applied --> You’ll find hundreds of threads offering advice on a variety of things to consider and/or improve. (Note: Not all advice can apply to all gigs or categories. Be sure you check multiple sources as there are some false tips, even among the top threads.)

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Specific to your situation, please see (DES) point 1: Basics to Improve Your Gig. A helpful breakdown and guide There are also a bunch of useful links in the (RRD) section.


Thank you for your time and efforts we will surely take a look on what you have suggested.

Thanks for your question in the other thread. I wanted to elaborate on a point that confused me about your gig set-up.

At a glance, the only difference between the packages in the quantity of components, set at 10, 20, and 35; or +10 and +15, with the price differences between being $40 and $65, so $4 and $4.33 each per component. Also, a 1-day and 3-day difference between tiers. This tells me you do not want people ordering premium, as the value is actually worse.

I don’t know that category, though, so maybe I don’t understand some aspect that justifies the higher price. (More components, more labor-intensive? If so, then you should probably add that in your FAQs.)