This Does Not Make Any Sense, Does It?


#1

Is it possible for a gig with 2500+ reviews to not show up on 1st page after having used the “avg.number of reviews” filter?

Especially when there is no relevant gig with a higher amount of reviews. In fact, gigs with 5-150 reviews show up in the first spots.


Is Fiverr (Intentionally?) Sabotaging The Search Results In Favor Of Certain Sellers?
#2

Have you tried searching while logged out of your account?


#3

It’s “Average Customer Review”, not “Average Number of Reviews”.


#4

Sure it happens.
We do not have the answer to why some very popular gigs are not shown more prominently.


#5

I am sorry but I have to disagree.

I am not talking about a gig not being displayed more prominently. I am talking about it NOT eve showing up at all. And when it shows up, it shows up on the 3rd or 4th page.

Support admitted it was a technical issue (that apparently happened just to me?) and they fixed it.

Update 05/01/17 => Just happened again… -.-


#6

No point in worrying about things you cannot control. Nobody understands how algorithms work. Follow the best practices and go with the flow, that is all you can do.


#7

Well, you should be worried hen your gig completely disappears from the search results for unknown reasons. Nothing to do with algorithms. Especially when support clearly says it was a technical issue (without explaining it further though…which is weird)