=> First of all you hav to promote your GIGs on Social Media, where people can observe that you are doing something, means you have something to SELL.
- PROMOTE YOURSELF: If you’re a writer, start a blog and use it to promote your Fiverr page. If you don’t like to write and enjoy speaking, start a podcast. Or if you enjoy video, do regular Google Hangouts and make use of your YouTube channel. Focus on having fun, being personable, and creating or sharing fun content. If you’re only using these platforms to sell, you’ll get ignored really fast. Read more: http://forum.fiverr.com/discussion/32-detailed-tips-to-optimize-your-gigs-and-start-selling-today/
=> You must promote it in community/forum if you don’t have so much list of that media friends.
Surely you don’t mean the Fiverr forum? Only a very small fraction of all people who use Fiverr participate in the forums. If your idea of marketing is to spam your gig to the “My Gigs” sub-forum, then you’re wasting your time.
=> Community is a group of people who share gigs with each other and anyone can join.
These kinds of buyers-selling-to-buyers communities are a dead end. And don’t even think that you’re going to do some kind of gig swap with other buyers: believe it or not, Fiverr does have a team (I believe they’re called the Trust & Confidence department, etc.?) that watches analytics and catches people who game the system. Don’t try to game the system, or the system will kick you out of the game.
=> Use buyer requests, it’s a efficient way to get more traffic and sales to your gig.
In order to use buyer requests, you need to connect with buyers. Sending buyer requests doesn’t do a single thing to get more traffic to your gig, and it doesn’t necessarily get you any more sales, either. If anything, sending custom offers delays your sales because it gives the buyer more information to consider. Custom offers should be the exception, not the rule, because they’re a barrier to the sale and extend the waiting period during which the buyer is deciding to buy what you’re offering.
=> There should be an attractive video.
Fiverr gives more traffic and exposure to gigs with videos, and buyers are more likely to give attention to a gig with a video. Having said that, a video doesn’t guarantee more sales. And if it’s a bad video, it can actually hurt your sales. The rule here is to only show the buyer material that increases confidence in the seller. If the video is poorly made and doesn’t play a part in moving the customer closer to the sale, then removing it would help the gig.