why I’m not getting orders on FIVERR? How can I get orders? What can I do to improve my gig?
You’re competing in the Logo design niche. I just had a quick look, and for the phrase ‘logo design’, there are just over 83,000 gigs.
What is it about you, or about your gigs, that would make someone choose YOU over the 83,000 other options? Why should a buyer choose to work with you?
I’m providing good quality and more services than others. But can you please tell me seeing my gig what more should I do to get orders? here is my gig https://www.fiverr.com/share/jjEVPa
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I’m providing good quality and more services than others
How did you determine that?
Good quality: your gig pictures are on overused 3d mockup that at least a half of designers using in fiverr for their logos.
More services: it’s all the same, nothing more than usually can see in logo gigs.
Actually on the contrary you are saying that you will provide stationery design and social media kits only in premium package but all your packages including basic includes all those things
Well I got your point. So now how can I improve my gig to get orders?I mean whats your suggestion for me?
In my opinion, you need to be able to show much more clearly, why someone should choose you over anyone else.
Put yourself in the shoes of a logo buyer. What do they care about? Do they care about getting a logo in 4 hours? Almost certainly not! In what situation would speed be the most important thing to someone purchasing a logo? I can’t think of any situation where I’d need a logo in 4 hours… I, and I reckon most buyers, would rather wait, in order to get the job done right.
What logo buyers care about is quality, and working with someone who can take their idea and turn it into a reality. You need to be able to show how you can effectively take a brief from a client and build it into something high quality. What’s your working process? What kind of work have you done before? Perhaps add a video, that shows you and your setup, so we can see that we’re dealing with a professional.
You also need to demonstrate that you understand the trends in the logo design world. What’s popular right now? What kind of logos do people want more than anything else? What are the new businesses all over the world trending toward right now? Vintage? 3D? Retro? Minimalist? You need to be able to answer these questions, because many of your clients will trust you to have some knowledge of this. You’re the expert here, so you need to be able to demonstrate this.
Also, off the back of that point - what’s your design style? What do you specialise in? If you look at the top performing logo designers, they’ve got a niche, and a brand identity. Some are clearly known for their big, bold colours, while some use more pastels and shades. Some are super minimal, while others obviously focus on hand-drawn. If you’re a Jack of all Trades in logo design, you’re more likely to get lost in the results.
I’m not looking for you to answer any of these questions here by the way… But I do think you need to be able to answer these questions (on your gig, ideally) if you’re going to succeed here.
Your logos look neither minimalist, nor modern but your title claims they are. This disconnect is what may be getting in the way of orders.
You don’t need to apply every single Photoshop layer effect to the design to sell it. The days of aggressive shadows, stroke and gradients are gone.
Thank you very much for your time to write this helpful information.I will definitely do whatever you told here.Now I get that I am still a newbie in the world of logo designers and I have a lot of lacks.I must come out from that right now. Thank again.
So,should I just use just a normal background?
Google “minimalist modern logo” and look at the results. Then look at what you’re offering.
I got you. Thank you so much for your answer.It helped me a lot.
Don’t worry dear. Just try and try again you will get order soon. share your gig on social media hope you will get response there
Thank you dear. Hope I will get my first order soon.