initially increase in gig impressions but after that, I see there is a decrease in gig impressions?
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That’s a great description of what is going on at the moment. I’ve been knocking out orders for 2 weeks straight & yesterday/today I have barely any activity. I don’t mind though, I need the break. I have an area of expertise that I specialize in that enables me to meet potential return clients. (Silkscreen printing shops) I get through these gaps because I’ve been fortunate to have several steady return clients. For new sellers…I would suggest a seller create at least one gig that focuses on something that you do well or specialize in. Remember you are competing with folks from all over the world, you need to stand out.
I face that too. There are days that my gigs have high impressions and other days, like today, where there’s a decrease. I think it’s completely normal and it depends on many things, like: sellers searching your gig category, Fiverr rotation, Fiverr algorithm, ecc…