@ghostwriter786 - There is no “technical glitch” in the Fiverr search engine. You are not guaranteed the kind of ranking that you want; we are all at the whims of the Fiverr ranking algorithm. Instead of complaining that you aren’t getting what you want, get out there and earn what you want.
You say that you are “promoting my gigs to fiverr forum, warriorfrorum, digitalpoint, topix, reddit, linkedin, facebook, and youtube”, but if all you’re doing it posting your link and hoping people see it, then you’re doing a horrible job marketing. You can’t just pepper the internet with links in any forum or social media venue that you want, you NEED TO MARKET to the people who NEED YOUR SERVICES. Find the people who need what you have to offer. I can pretty much guarantee you that the people who need your services are not the ones reading the “warriorforum” or “digitalpoint”, “reddit”, etc. That’s not marketing, that’s posting spam wherever you feel like it.
Go where your customers are. THAT is the only way to market and get measurable results. Posting your gig links all over the internet, and then complaining that people aren’t ordering is a failing promotional strategy. People aren’t buying from you as a result of those links you’ve posted, because the people on those sites likely have no interest in the services that you are offering.
And, as I’ve already said, you need to work on the English in your gig descriptions. There are a few places where I have no idea what you are even saying.
Right now, you’re complaining about things not working for you, but you aren’t listening to the tips and advice other people are offering you on the Fiverr forums. We can’t help you if you aren’t going to take us seriously when we try.
ADDITIONAL NOTE: - It’s also worth noting, @ghostwriter786 , that you have claimed to be on Fiverr since March 2015, yet your account was created this month (“January 2016”). If your claims are true, then it would appear that you have more than one Fiverr account… which, young seller, is against the rules of Fiverr. Fiverr doesn’t take kindly to users that break the rules as they try to be successful.
If your “other account” was so successful, why are you trying to gain orders on gigs attached to this account?