Are Fiverr totally okay with people writing books about the site though? And would you need to get their permission seeing as the word “Fiverr” is trademarked (one site says “A trademark cannot be used for a commercial purpose without permission from the owner”)?
Or would it be okay with them (since they haven’t done anything about the existing books)?
I am sick of hearing that word. Usually followed by either SEO and where has my gig gone?
If it’s followed by “where has my gig gone” it’s and it’s position in the search results has fallen, it’s rank has dropped (though it could just be doing a gig rotation), so it’s more or less accurate I think. The Fiverr search algorithm ranks gigs for search words/phrases I think (like Google’s PageRank ranks web pages by how important it thinks they are, and so where to position them in the search results), where it puts the ones it thinks are best suited to the buyer for that search at that time at the top of the list.
I feel like a missinformation and fact topic is needed so every time someone posts missinformation we can direct them to a fact checking list to debunk these Fiverr myths.
We could redirect to a page with info about it, which did talk about what Fiverr has said publicly, including what they said about SEO for gigs/titles and that gigs rotate.
This is one thing Fiverr has said about ranking:
Using a consistent keyword in your Gig title, description and tags will help improve your search ranking on Fiverr…Use the repetition of keywords to your advantage.