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Hi,

Your description is great and will catch buyers attention. Your images are not eye-catching. They are whole of text. I mean gig image should be an image, not a text. Something more to be improved is adding a video! Buyers really love watching videos rather only images!


Never use someone else’s content, I saw that you used logos from google for your logo design gig. Plus, the gig image is very boring. Compare it with that one:

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It’s awesome, but you should not use it, you should create your own.


You will need to find out how to and where to promote. You can use the Buyer Requests section to search for work and find a client. When you reach level one, (it’s given when you complete 10 orders and have more than %100 response rate) the orders will become more often. Once a week maybe. And once you reach level two, you will have not a day without work! 🙂 But there are always exceptions.


A tip: never put it at low cost. Buyers think that you can’t do it well and that’s why you have low cost. This may help. You can just increase the cost to the maximum you think it will be good. After my start, I had not much work and I decided to increase from $5.00 - $25.00 to $20.00 - $60.00. I got even more orders! See! Buyers like to see high prices!

I think your prices can be a little bit higher. Let’s see what Dicobot thinks (he is a bot and doesn’t really know what happens, sends a random reply), — @discobot fortune — 😉


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Hi,

Your description is great and will catch buyers attention. Your images are not eye-catching. They are whole of text. I mean gig image should be an image, not a text. Something more to be improved is adding a video! Buyers really love watching videos rather only images!


Never use someone else’s content, I saw that you used logos from google for your logo design gig. Plus, the gig image is very boring. Compare it with that one:

It’s awesome, but you should not use it, you should create your own.


You will need to find out how to and where to promote. You can use the Buyer Requests section to search for work and find a client. When you reach level one, (it’s given when you complete 10 orders and have more than %100 response rate) the orders will become more often. Once a week maybe. And once you reach level two, you will have not a day without work! 🙂 But there are always exceptions.


A tip: never put it at low cost. Buyers think that you can’t do it well and that’s why you have low cost. This may help. You can just increase the cost to the maximum you think it will be good. After my start, I had not much work and I decided to increase from $5.00 - $25.00 to $20.00 - $60.00. I got even more orders! See! Buyers like to see high prices!

I think your prices can be a little bit higher. Let’s see what Dicobot thinks (he is a bot and doesn’t really know what happens, sends a random reply), — @discobot fortune — 😉


Here are some more important tips every seller should know [LONG]:

I know this is a long post, and it requires a lot of reading. But, if you do read it, act on it, and take advantage of the suggestions, it will help you be successful on Fiverr. There are no easy routes to success on the platform, but the guidance here will put you ahead of most other sellers, and help you turn Fiverr into a viable income stream. The question is, how important is that to you? The Fiverr forum is a great place to ask questions, get advice, and interact with other highly-engaged…

Congrats and best wishes!

🔮 Concentrate and ask again

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I’m a writer, so I just checked out your blog post gig.

I think you shouldn’t focus on bashing poor keyword use so much in your gig description. It’s supposed to be about your own skills, your own talents, not condemning a common practice. Talk about your talents, and maybe include the keyword thing in the FAQ.

Also, the X-ray metaphor is pretty…strange.

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