Can anyone tell me which platform are perfect for Gig marketing? Most of the time we faced many problems by marketing our gig in social media(Facebook group) as like many of us lost their fiver account.
Now can anyone tell me which platform are safe and perfect for gig marketing? Which platform are more helpful to boost our gig quickly?
I think it will help new seller like us, if the senior persons share their experience here with us.
Same questions from me
Yeah, this is a common question from seller now.@hmmirazulislam
LinkedIn, Facebook and Quora.
Thanks for your information.
Good platforms are different depending on the people. A “good” platform is a platform where your followers are your target customers (i.e. likely to buy your product)
Wherever your target customers are.
Spamming isn’t allowed on any platform.
Thanks for your nice advice.@teramangala
Thanks for nice advice.
But on Facebook there is a lot of “gig promotion group”. People share their gig on the group. After a time Some fiver user lost their account after sharing their gig. Can anyone report fiver gig or fiver account from Facebook without any reason?@catwriter
Fiverr is your best platform. I didn’t do marketing outside of Fiverr and I did okay (6x days now). Fiverr seems to push newcomers to me. I am having only newcomers these days (5 queries in 3 days, 2 became clients). I think it’s the algorithm.
In your case @saifem your profile is too generic, maybe write something original and make full use of the tags? You do webs, you should know how it works.
linkedin, twitter and behance safe and perfect for gig marketing.
Thanks, @strategist_ceo. I will focus on my description and tags. Now I am researching about it.
Thanks for your information.@gobinda_roy
Good question. I also want to know
Thank you, @f_rabby47
Stay in touch with fiver forum.
Sounds useless. It’s where sellers come to post links to their gigs, but without potential buyers seeing those links, what’s the point?
Anyone can report anything for any reason or without any reason. However, if no rules were broken (for example, rules of a specific group, or Facebook rules, or Fiverr rules), it’s unlikely that the gig will be removed or that the account will be banned.
On the other hand, if someone is breaking the rules already (for example, offering a service that’s not allowed), and they get reported after someone sees their gig link in a Facebook group, that person’s account will be investigated, and Trust & Safety team will see that they’re breaking the rules and possibly ban them.
This really informative and helpful. Now I understand why people lose their fiver account.
Thanks, @vickiespencer for sharing the information.