No Customers To my Gig


#1

Anyone have a idea on how to get customers on fiverr its been over 1 week and I’ve had no luck in getting customers. If anyone has a idea on how to get customers or success please tell me. For anyone wondering I’m making high quality space backgrounds on illustrator, that are custom to the buyer.

Thanks.


#2

Dear Space:

What name do you like to be called? Your customers want to know what to call you.

I took a quick look at your profile:

Your profile image: Should be a color photo of your smiling face.
Your log line: No comment.
Your profile text: Needs to be re-written, giving Buyers a name to call you, a succinct statement of your skills and how they benefit the Buyer, and your pledge that you are here to help the Buyer.
All your gigs should have video, 3 images, 2 pdfs, and so on…

Make a video of yourself talking to the camera, because this approach garners IMMEDIATE RESULTS. Include additional samples in the video!

Good luck,
Blaise

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Be sure to make use of Tools like the Fiverr Blog, Fiverr Academy, Fiverrcast, and Fiverr Support.

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As a general rule, when I have time to participate in the Fiverr Forum and I notice a request like yours in the “Improve My Gig” section, I am willing and able to look at a Seller’s Profile and one gig one time.

I can give you a better level of assistance if you first work your way through the checklist below. That way, I won’t waste your one turn by advising you to follow items on the checklist. Please study this thread to better appreciate what I’m talking about here. It should take you a minimum of 4 weeks to make your way through all the material.

If you haven’t already read Strengths Finder 2.0 and taken that assessment, I suggest you do so, because it should give you the language to express your strengths and help you to brainstorm some gigs for which you are especially well qualified. Check out the writing of Chris Guillebeau and Tim Ferriss. By Josh Kaufman, I recommend The First 20 Hours: How to Learn Anything… Fast!
and The Personal MBA. Also, you could read Influence by Robert Cialdini and Get Anyone to Do Anything by David J. Lieberman.

Here’s a thread discussing a specific example of a Buyer Request for which I created a gig and then asked for help improving that gig via the forum.

Improve My Gig Checklist
Seller Tip Trilogy
3 Top Tips and Tricks
Fiverr Anywhere Video Tutorial
How Do I Attract Buyers to My Gig?
Buyer Requests 1
Buyer Requests 2
Tips for Non-Native English Speakers
Sellers Instructionals from a Techies POV
SEO Idea
54 Sales in Our First Month
7 Tips for Upselling
Chargebacks
Social Media Gig Marketing
Managing Buyer Expectations
Gig Tweaks
Digital Copyright
Gig Images
Fiverrcast Questions
Fiverr’s Cut
Cogent Discussion of Buyers, Sellers, and Sellers
Warning Signs of a Potentially Troublesome Buyer
Warning Signs of a Potentially Troublesome Seller
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Fiverr Terms of Service
How to Make Millions on Fiverr
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#3

You have a unique gig idea, which is a great thing, since there are so many crowded spaces on Fiverr. No one should say it won’t sell - just look at Minecraft. Still, I think the secret to discovering that next eclectic idea that works, is to try lots and lots of different things. I would not let that gig be your only one.
And let me contradict myself: perhaps at least one of your gigs should be in a vertical that you already know sells well. A restaurateur can afford to open a cicada bar because he knows his pizza place is paying the bills.
I wish you the best of luck on the journey.
Bob :slight_smile: