As others have said, your gig is really vague. It looks like your samples are all logos. It might be a better idea to make this a logo gig. “I Will Create An Amazing Logo for Your Business or Personal Use” might be better. It’s always a good idea to be more narrow than broad.
Second of all, you need PATIENCE. I cannot stress this enough. Three days is nothing in the grand scheme of things. Some sellers wait weeks or months to get their first order. Are you advertising anywhere? Telling people about your gig? Please remember that buyers are actually people. This is not a change machine where you put in your gig and money spits out. You have to appeal to people so that they will want what you’re selling. Think about if you’re here to buy something. What would make you want to buy from someone?
Now, let’s break down your gig a little:
Obviously, make your title more specific. Decide what specific work you will do in Adobe, and let your title reflect that.
All of these lines belong in your profile, not on your gig page:
Hey I am an experienced Adobe illustrator worker. I am using adobe illustrator from last 2 years.
I have graduated from NCA University IN B.A Graphic Designing in Pakistan. Not only this I have also done a diploma in Illustration. I am working on adobe illustrator since 2017.
After working for a private company, finally I decided to work on Fiverr to give you my best
Remove this line: “I hope that it will be nice for you to hire me because money doesn’t matter…the work matters”
Make what you will provide more specific:
- low cost (remove this)
- timely delivery (remove this)
- Quality assurance (you might be able to keep this, though it is pretty vague and obvious)
- Re changeable (what does this mean? Revisions? If so, how many revisions per order?)
- Raw file submission (specifically state the file types you will deliver)
And what you need just tell me. I will make it perfectly (remove this)
Actually, looking at your lists, you can make one list and provide information on everything included in the gig. I suggest doing a search as a buyer on Fiverr for gigs similar to yours and look at how gigs are structured.
Your “What You Can Get” list is better than the list we just went through, but there are so many things to choose from. There is such a thing as giving your customers too many choices. I suggest choosing one area of expertise and building on that. With time, you can add more gigs for other services.
I just noticed your profile description. Remove these lines:
“I will charge very low than my work. Believe me my wok will Blow you mind” (you spelled “work” and “your” wrong anyway)
“I DON’T NEED TO WRITE EXTRA THINGS BUT MY WORK WILL SPEAK” (if you really want something like this, try, “Give my gig a try - my work will speak for itself!”)
“I have completed more than 300 order in my Job.” What is your job? This doesn’t really tell us anything.
Also, you seem to love pushing the “low price” thing. Stop doing that. You want to make good money here, and buyers want to know they’re getting quality work. You’d be surprised how many people think “low price” means “terrible quality”. Focus on how great your work is, and don’t talk about “low, low prices”.
I hope that helps some. I’m sure others have good advice as well. Good luck!