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Where do you market your gigs?

Sharing is caring, so where/how do you market your gigs outside Fiverr? Not really in to those “10 tips from a super seller on Fiverr blah blah” which I find comes across as pushy and often just plugging for their own gigs. I just want to hear your real life experience from a mid-level seller to another, trying to have fun with Fiverr. :wink:

Bonus: If you have any idea where to market a advertising cat video we are grateful for tips. Before you shout social media – we do have around 2000 followers on Instagram, but very few leads come in that way. So it’s not really working out for us.

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Did you tried yahoo answers?Search questions related to your gig and respond.

also youtube, vimeo -post videos and promote them

Have you tried approaching bloggers who you may already know and offering them a freebie (with the hope they will put you on their blog cos it is a cool gig?)

usually when i get an order in which is reviewed and i get my 5 stars, i feel fiverr kind of advertises my gig, makes my gig pop up more to people viewing fiverr gigs.



but i don’t really market now days, the only way i try is posting my gigs on facebook, twitter or tumblr but i don’t think i ever got sales from that technique.



The best way is to have a good front page for your gig, good portfolio, good rating, good amount of sales and that is how people would buy your gigs. also your gigs should be unique, not a replica of other people’s gig or have a lot of similarities.

Reply to @burebista: That’s a very good idea, thanks!

Reply to @sue_mcl: Also a very good idea. We gave our video to one of our friends who run an online shop and she used it on Facebook and gave us some leads :slight_smile: Will look for bloggers from now on.

Reply to @superfunart: That’s about what we do right now also. We always add “If you liked our gig, give us a nice review, it helps our sales” because it really does.



If we posted our done gigs on Facebook our Facebook friends would be bored I guess, because it’s almost always the same thing :slight_smile:

Maybe a targeted mailing list? I am approaching three possible leads everyday. Not with any real template but a “human interest” mail. Also of course YouTube could help. I love the blogger approach idea. I will try that next:-)

You can always go back through previous sales/leads and follow up. I find that many people, who meant to place an order, got sidetracked and appreciate the follow up.

Reply to @elvisinstacute: that is a good idea of saying "If you liked our gig, give us a nice review, it helps our sales"

i always wanted to make more of my buyers leave a review but i didn’t know a nice way to say it, thanks, I will make sure to use this next time :slight_smile:





@elvisinstacute PINTEREST. use infographics and add a url link back to your fiverr page.