Wishing much success to all!
Did some deep digging on some of my gigs. Orders were lower last month but revenue was up, so far June has been poppin and my recommendations would be to…
Dig deep into your own gigs, and make this a weekly or monthly routine…constant improvements and maintenance are necessary to keep up and stay in the game. As Fiverr improves, you have to be willing to learn and adjust as they do.
Add new gigs and get very targeted with niches you are strong in…kind of like ‘sub sub cats’
Also pay attention to Fiverrs suggestions when filling out your keywords/tags. They are telling you basically what people are searching for. Make sure you aren’t missing out by being relevant in another subcat… If you have a good standing and are a solid seller, and your skills/gigs transfer to another subcat, create a gig geared towards it but be RELEVANT. Irrelevant gigs in the wrong subcats helps no one and creates a mess out of the subcats. Adherence to this only helps you and your sales I promise.
These may not take off right away but the key is to get them going, market them on social media, ask your repeat buyers to order the new gig to get it some momentum and ratings and if the marketplace is searching for it and is a hot niche, you will eventually reap the rewards but the key is to stay AHEAD OF THE GAME as once people see you getting orders, they are gonna follow in droves until it’s super competitive like the voice overs sub cat…so get more SPECIFIC.
Make videos and make ‘packages’. Fiverr created em for a reason and the marketplace/buyers love ‘packages’ I’ve found. Still keep your extras but get creative with your packages and pricing and as always, keep it affordable, build the queue, raise the price…repeat as necessary.
Twitter, Instagram, G+, Periscope, YouTube, Snapchat GET ON IT, USE IT, Have fun with it and be creative and confident in your offer/vids/posts.
Get busy and make it happen…much success to all!!
DTong (TRS) #TrustFiverr