Why do some sellers have a "green name' for the gig?


#1

why do some sellers have a "green name’ for the gig?


#2

I would like to know about it as well. I am NEW and my gigs have green name.


#3

I noticed it today as well - I’m guessing it’s a bug?


#4

Hmm, interesting. No idea tho!


#5

New gigs with no sales appear to have a green colored title as of last night.

New feature? Bug? Who knows.

EDIT: Typeface is slightly different and offset, looks uuuuugly.


#6

Interesting - you’re quite right! :slightly_smiling_face:


#7

Two of my Gigs have green names since yesterday.
The only common trait is that they have no orders yet.


#8

Makes sense. :slightly_smiling_face:


#9

I noticed that, too, but I thought my browser was acting funny due to cookie pollution :smiley:

But judging by the bad look, I’d say it’s either a bug, or an in-development feature :eyes:


#10

Yeap, It may be an effort to make them more captivating in search results.


#11

I think it’s the latter, but I’m not willing to bet money on it just yet!


#12

So they are fresh :slight_smile:


#13

Weird thing: I only see it on PRO sellers :sweat_smile:


#14

for realsies??? :slight_smile:


#15

Looks like an X & O’s game :smiley:


#16

The green stands out like The Mask.

TheMask


#17

I hope it works some way… otherwise I am in trouble… I have my gigs in green


#18

Oh yeah, they are Pro gigs, but 0 sales. So it’s consistent with my thorough analysis. :stuck_out_tongue:


#19

You sure? Those Pro gigs also are the only ones without reviews


#20

I can see green on a gig without reviews of a level 2 seller, which is no pro gig, though the standard gig of the package is called “Proffesional” if that counts… :thinking: