I would advise that you change your way of thinking here. It isn’t Fiverr’s responsibility to give you orders. Even if they wanted to, you’re selling to real people, and Fiverr can’t force anyone to buy. It’s your job, as a small business owner, to market to these people and convince them to buy from you.
What are your gig metrics like? Do lots of people visit your gigs, but not buy? If so, you need to change your gigs to better convince people to buy from you. Or do your gigs get no traffic? In which case, maybe think about experimenting with your gig titles and image to find something that’s more eye-catching. Don’t wait for other sellers on the forum to tell you what to do here, as we’ve all got our own businesses to run as well! You need to try different things, experiment, and find something that works for you.
You don’t provide any examples of your work on either of your gigs. Where’s your portfolio? If I’m going to spend money with you, I want to see some examples of what you’re capable of, and you don’t seem to have any. Maybe add some of your portfolio to show prospective clients what you’re capable of?
One point - and please, don’t take this the wrong way, as I’m saying it in kindness, not personal… but your profile image is a posed image of you staring into the lens, and it kind of makes you look a bit moody. It’s a great photo, and would be perfect for Instagram! But here on Fiverr, people will judge you based on your images, and looking moody can make people think that you might be unapproachable. Maybe experiment with a picture where you’re smiling, and see if more people get in touch? People like to buy from friendly people at the end of the day!