Hmm, okay… are you tracking your gig’s position in search? Does it appear on a result page people would browse to for the relevant keywords?
Talking about keywords, could it be you maybe have too much unimportant “filler text” in your gig description, and not enough keywords that people might search for?
I’d definitely drop the “I am professional (look how many…” bit, for example, that alone would make me not hire someone.
I’d also drop 4) completely; when I’m looking for a gig, I’m totally ready to pay for what I want, I’d rather pay for 50 additional words than have to read that paragraph and have to “follow your instructions” to get those free words, however, that could be just me, I’m weird
I don’t know much about voice over, so I better not say anything about your samples, maybe some of your fellow VOs will comment.
Finally, I’d use the version of your profile image you have on your gig as your profile image too, that one’s great, I like it, while the profile image doesn’t make me want to click it because it seems so faint, faded that it … It makes me feel there’s no sense clicking it because even if bigger, it will still be faded?
I hope it’s somewhat clear what I’m trying to say, and if that’s on purpose, and you prefer it that way, that’s fine, of course, just my impression when I look at it. The gig image is so nice and clear, I think that would serve you better as your profile image too.
However, the main thing is, are your potential customers able to find you in the first place, so they could listen, contact you, and order? Have you checked if and where your gig appears in a “neutral browser” for the relevant keywords?
Yes, that might be an interesting point … cf my “I’d rather pay…but I’m weird”, actually, from knowing BR myself, (many) people who use BR might like the 50 free words a lot, while those who browse themselves, might be looking for other things than that? Just a theory