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hi fiverrers ive been on fiverr for a while . now after finishing SEO for my gig titles description and meta data i ve toke the good whiles and crossed my fingers for future clients . it seems this is all what is takes to get initial orders but back then no more then 5 views a day and today is worse its 0 views . if i have missed something pls check that for me i will really appreciate it

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I give this advice with hope you do better, not with ill will… #1) Get someone to help you with your English. It needs to be better and maybe hiring a proofreader (or friend) will help. #2) It looks like you hurried through your gigs. They only have 1 picture, and your descriptions are unprofessional and full of grammar mistakes.

Get more pictures (of your actual work), improve the English in your gig descriptions.

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I’m not sure what BAOSS is - all I could find was:
BAOSS Beijing Astronomical Observatory Supernova Survey

and for doop I got:
Democratic Order of Planets

Apologies if these are expressions used in everyday parlance BTW - I’m not ‘down wiv da kidz’ I’m afraid. 🙂

Bad idea to tell your visitors to find you on social media BTW - Fiverr really doesn’t like that. 😉

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I’m not sure what BAOSS is - all I could find was:

BAOSS Beijing Astronomical Observatory Supernova Survey

and for doop I got:

Democratic Order of Planets

Apologies if these are expressions used in everyday parlance BTW - I’m not ‘down wiv da kidz’ I’m afraid. 🙂

Bad idea to tell your visitors to find you on social media BTW - Fiverr really doesn’t like that. 😉

It’s an attempt at “Boss” and “dope”. These fell under both spelling mistakes and unprofessional. Agreed, recommend making your gigs like a professional business.

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It’s an attempt at “Boss” and “dope”. These fell under both spelling mistakes and unprofessional. Agreed, recommend making your gigs like a professional business.

It’s an attempt at “Boss” and “dope”. These fell under both spelling mistakes and unprofessional.

I am all good with people using such words (when spelled correctly) - there are some buyers who will naturally use these words. One of my favorite clients (proofreading his autobiography) spoke exactly like this and I feel my personal “coolness” went up just by being in contact with him. I know my son was particularly impressed with my knowledge of such words (and more colorful ones) although I suspect he may not use them any more as a result.

Probably a good thing, it just doesn’t work well as the lingo for pasty Irish guys.

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It’s an attempt at “Boss” and “dope”. These fell under both spelling mistakes and unprofessional.

I am all good with people using such words (when spelled correctly) - there are some buyers who will naturally use these words. One of my favorite clients (proofreading his autobiography) spoke exactly like this and I feel my personal “coolness” went up just by being in contact with him. I know my son was particularly impressed with my knowledge of such words (and more colorful ones) although I suspect he may not use them any more as a result.

Probably a good thing, it just doesn’t work well as the lingo for pasty Irish guys.

yes the point here if a gig get no views it means people don’t even open up the page to check whats offered in it. so if they do so it will show up on the my gigs page

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I give this advice with hope you do better, not with ill will… #1) Get someone to help you with your English. It needs to be better and maybe hiring a proofreader (or friend) will help. #2) It looks like you hurried through your gigs. They only have 1 picture, and your descriptions are unprofessional and full of grammar mistakes.

Get more pictures (of your actual work), improve the English in your gig descriptions.

can you explain more i will appreciate it .

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yes the point here if a gig get no views it means people don’t even open up the page to check whats offered in it. so if they do so it will show up on the my gigs page

In addition to what Loganstover said above, I think it might be important for you to use the word “Logo” in your titles. So, change “doop” to “dope” and use the word “logo” too. This will help people understand what the gig is for. At the moment, it looks like you sell “doop mascot designs” and people do not know what it is so why would they click on it?

Also, check your gig tags - one of them is spelled “loogo” which doesnt help you.

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I’m not sure what BAOSS is - all I could find was:

BAOSS Beijing Astronomical Observatory Supernova Survey

and for doop I got:

Democratic Order of Planets

Apologies if these are expressions used in everyday parlance BTW - I’m not ‘down wiv da kidz’ I’m afraid. 🙂

Bad idea to tell your visitors to find you on social media BTW - Fiverr really doesn’t like that. 😉

no not baoss like boaass its boass pls dont google is irrelevant on google . the point here is not if my gig titles or image are not converting they got not even checked

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It’s an attempt at “Boss” and “dope”. These fell under both spelling mistakes and unprofessional.

I am all good with people using such words (when spelled correctly) - there are some buyers who will naturally use these words. One of my favorite clients (proofreading his autobiography) spoke exactly like this and I feel my personal “coolness” went up just by being in contact with him. I know my son was particularly impressed with my knowledge of such words (and more colorful ones) although I suspect he may not use them any more as a result.

Probably a good thing, it just doesn’t work well as the lingo for pasty Irish guys.

yes men this explain my choice perfectly you defend the right thing, what Igoanstover trying to point out is the fact that some expressions are more unnecessary or feel unnecessary when we have common words already listed in the standard language vocabulary say the same thing. this is not leaving the us focus on the main issue why the gig pages got not even opened. so please add more opinion why is that ?

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yes men this explain my choice perfectly you defend the right thing, what Igoanstover trying to point out is the fact that some expressions are more unnecessary or feel unnecessary when we have common words already listed in the standard language vocabulary say the same thing. this is not leaving the us focus on the main issue why the gig pages got not even opened. so please add more opinion why is that ?

I think it is because people do not know what your gig is. You do not even mention the word logo in the title of your main gig.

The words you use do not make sense “Doop” is not a word. I think you mean “Dope” which some people would say means “Great” or “Cool”. If people do not know what your gig is about then they will not click on it. There are 50,000 logo design gigs - they will click on the one they like best, not the one they do not understand.

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Well, drooping is another word for sagging, yanno like drooping pants. I know the sagging look is IN at the moment. Only the cool kids like this drooping kind of fashion tho. 😄

I know the sagging look is IN at the moment. Only the cool kids like this kind of fashion tho.

Excuse me, I have been modelling that look since the last time it was in fashion.

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I know the sagging look is IN at the moment. Only the cool kids like this kind of fashion tho.

Excuse me, I have been modelling that look since the last time it was in fashion.

Excuse me, I have been modelling that look since the last time it was in fashion.

So, you’re a too legit to quit or you can’t touch this kinda guy. I bet you looked good wearing your MC Hammer pants. 😃

Haute fashion!

P.S~ I had so many colors it was crazy!

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yes men this explain my choice perfectly you defend the right thing, what Igoanstover trying to point out is the fact that some expressions are more unnecessary or feel unnecessary when we have common words already listed in the standard language vocabulary say the same thing. this is not leaving the us focus on the main issue why the gig pages got not even opened. so please add more opinion why is that ?

this is not leaving the us focus on the main issue why the gig pages got not even opened. so please add more opinion why is that

Main Issue: Why did no one open the gig pages?

Opinion on Why: When you misspell words they do not make sense and people do not open the gig page.

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no not baoss like boaass its boass pls dont google is irrelevant on google . the point here is not if my gig titles or image are not converting they got not even checked

no not baoss like boaass its boass pls dont google is irrelevant on google

boass:

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Urban Dictionary: boass

A distinctive odor composed of body odor and the posterior region of the human body.

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It’s an attempt at “Boss” and “dope”. These fell under both spelling mistakes and unprofessional.

I am all good with people using such words (when spelled correctly) - there are some buyers who will naturally use these words. One of my favorite clients (proofreading his autobiography) spoke exactly like this and I feel my personal “coolness” went up just by being in contact with him. I know my son was particularly impressed with my knowledge of such words (and more colorful ones) although I suspect he may not use them any more as a result.

Probably a good thing, it just doesn’t work well as the lingo for pasty Irish guys.

Probably a good thing, it just doesn’t work well as the lingo for pasty Irish guys.

Oh, come on. With that 🍀

'Coz you da baoss like Rick Ross.

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I’m not sure what BAOSS is - all I could find was:

BAOSS Beijing Astronomical Observatory Supernova Survey

and for doop I got:

Democratic Order of Planets

Apologies if these are expressions used in everyday parlance BTW - I’m not ‘down wiv da kidz’ I’m afraid. 🙂

Bad idea to tell your visitors to find you on social media BTW - Fiverr really doesn’t like that. 😉

I’m not sure what BAOSS is - all I could find was:

Oh, he was probably trying to spell my last name. You know, “jonbaas”. 😎

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I got a lot of bad view am hear waiting on my first sale seems like six months waste of time i taught this would work for me make some money can someone help me or give me some idea please i will be happy for that

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I got a lot of bad view am hear waiting on my first sale seems like six months waste of time i taught this would work for me make some money can someone help me or give me some idea please i will be happy for that

I got a lot of bad view am hear waiting on my first sale seems like six months waste of time i taught this would work for me make some money can someone help me or give me some idea please i will be happy for that

The problem is, you’re just sitting there waiting. Waiting for orders, obviously doesn’t work. It hasn’t worked for you for six months. If it isn’t working, why do you keep doing it?

If you want to be a successful freelancer, you’re going to have to work for your success. You will need to research, study, and learn about your target customers. You need to know who you want to hire you. You are then going to have to reach out to those target customers, and show them why they should hire you instead of one of your many competitors. If you’re not going to reach out to the people who need your services, then how can you expect anyone to hire you?

Fiverr is not a get-rich-quick website, and it’s not a sit-and-wait-for-orders website. If you want to become a successful seller, you are going to have to be willing to EARN your success.

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I got a lot of bad view am hear waiting on my first sale seems like six months waste of time i taught this would work for me make some money can someone help me or give me some idea please i will be happy for that

The problem is, you’re just sitting there waiting. Waiting for orders, obviously doesn’t work. It hasn’t worked for you for six months. If it isn’t working, why do you keep doing it?

If you want to be a successful freelancer, you’re going to have to work for your success. You will need to research, study, and learn about your target customers. You need to know who you want to hire you. You are then going to have to reach out to those target customers, and show them why they should hire you instead of one of your many competitors. If you’re not going to reach out to the people who need your services, then how can you expect anyone to hire you?

Fiverr is not a get-rich-quick website, and it’s not a sit-and-wait-for-orders website. If you want to become a successful seller, you are going to have to be willing to EARN your success.

Thanks for your advice should I upload my gig

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