In addition to what @brooksrembert said:
Keep in mind that Fiverr is not a get-rich-quick website. You’re not going to be successful overnight. In fact, your gigs may not catch on right away, and it may be a few months before you start earning sales. Be aware that competition is fierce here. You are not guaranteed sales and success just because you have gigs on Fiverr. That’s not how this works. Like any professional business, there is a LOT of hard work required – and that means a lot more work than just posting your gig links on social media, and waiting for sales.
That’s not how this works either.
Think outside the box, diversify your marketing, Be unique. Work hard in all areas of branding and marketing. YOU are the only person that build your success. And you are likely to get out of this, only as much as you put into it. Fiverr gigs are a business. If you’re not willing to think of it as such, you’re probably not going to find a lot of success here.
Don’t expect great things with minimal work. That’s not how this works either.