To be honest, there is no correlation between the number of clicks and the % of these clicks that convert into successful orders. For example, if the gig is extremely impressive, the % can be as high as 80% (which means 16 out of 20 clicks they receive convert into orders). However, if the gig is not very impressive, it might have a much lesser % conversion rate of, say, 5% (which means only 1 in 20 clicks convert into orders). It also varies greatly over the different categories/sub-categories that Fiverr has. For example, while a conversion rate of 5% may be impressive in logo design, a conversion rate of 50% might be sub-par in video animation.
So, I honestly don’t think you can glean much from such type of data/information (of other sellers).
All the numerical values and gig sub-categories mentioned are only arbitrary. I just used them to give you an example.