If there’s one thing I’ve learned on these forums it’s @humanissocial speaks the truth!
While your gigs do look very appealing, you’re competing with many other sellers on Fiverr selling similar services - some of them established and with good feedback.
I think it’s going to be a waiting game for you. I would like to think that sooner rather than later someone will place an order, like what you do, and then reward you with 5-star feedback.
That often sets the ball rolling for further orders.
For what it’s worth, I think you’ve been very clever with your pricing. From my perspective, your gigs are cheap enough that someone will hopefully give you a break, but not so cheap to shout “I am desperate and will do anything”.
Another thought, and I would be very interested to hear what other longterm sellers think about this (as I’m not saying I’m correct!), you’ve got 7 gigs all priced differently - but to my layman’s eye (I’m not a designer) they all offer similar services?
I’m wondering whether this is a little confusing and might be off-putting for a potential buyer? I’m thinking maybe by offering 3 gigs it might simplify your offering. You could then offer different packages within each gig.
As I say, I’m not suggesting that’s the answer to why you’re not getting orders, but I think it’s worth exploring. Anyone else? By the way, it’s actually a pleasure to try and help someone who clearly cares and has already put in some effort off their own back. Others could learn from you.