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Welcome to the forum 😃

Getting your gig ranked high in your parent- or sub-category depends on a lot of factors.

You need to use relevant keywords (and the same keywords) in your gig’s title, description, and meta-tags.

Response time is also measured. You’ll know the messages that are timed because they have a black stopwatch displayed next to them in your inbox. If there’s no stopwatch, then you don’t have to respond. If your response rate is lower than 100% for the previous rolling 30-day window, then that’s taken into account and can result in lower search ranking.

You need to have a video on your gig. Fiverr gives more traffic to gigs with videos, and especially to gigs with recently updated videos. Traffic doesn’t itself determine the ranking, but where there’s smoke there’s fire.

In that sense, you can even ask your clients to favorite your gig. Write it in your gig description: “Click the <3 at the top of the page to favorite this gig and I’ll love you forever!” Gigs that are favorited by a lot of people are one of the ways Fiverr’s search algorithms determine the cream of the crop.

High ratings are an important factor in getting ranked, but my experience has shown me that fast delivery is even more important. There are other sellers in my parent- and sub-categories that have been here longer than I have, and who have made more sales than I have, and who also has a 5.0 rating, but because I deliver my orders faster, Fiverr’s search algorithms rank me higher.

Another key indicator that Fiverr looks for to determine to rank is repeat clients. Do your best to service all new clients, but do your best to maintain your existing clients.

Finally, Fiverr also measures the impact of external traffic. If you’re expecting to create a gig and let Fiverr do all the work, then you’re simply wrong. Fiverr isn’t an end, but a means to an end, so you absolutely must be promoting yourself outside of Fiverr. The amount of external traffic you bring to your gig is an important measurement in determining your ranking because - duh - Fiverr is going to give more attention to sellers who do more of their own work.

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Welcome to the forum 😃

Getting your gig ranked high in your parent- or sub-category depends on a lot of factors.

You need to use relevant keywords (and the same keywords) in your gig’s title, description, and meta-tags.

Response time is also measured. You’ll know the messages that are timed because they have a black stopwatch displayed next to them in your inbox. If there’s no stopwatch, then you don’t have to respond. If your response rate is lower than 100% for the previous rolling 30-day window, then that’s taken into account and can result in lower search ranking.

You need to have a video on your gig. Fiverr gives more traffic to gigs with videos, and especially to gigs with recently updated videos. Traffic doesn’t itself determine the ranking, but where there’s smoke there’s fire.

In that sense, you can even ask your clients to favorite your gig. Write it in your gig description: “Click the <3 at the top of the page to favorite this gig and I’ll love you forever!” Gigs that are favorited by a lot of people are one of the ways Fiverr’s search algorithms determine the cream of the crop.

High ratings are an important factor in getting ranked, but my experience has shown me that fast delivery is even more important. There are other sellers in my parent- and sub-categories that have been here longer than I have, and who have made more sales than I have, and who also has a 5.0 rating, but because I deliver my orders faster, Fiverr’s search algorithms rank me higher.

Another key indicator that Fiverr looks for to determine to rank is repeat clients. Do your best to service all new clients, but do your best to maintain your existing clients.

Finally, Fiverr also measures the impact of external traffic. If you’re expecting to create a gig and let Fiverr do all the work, then you’re simply wrong. Fiverr isn’t an end, but a means to an end, so you absolutely must be promoting yourself outside of Fiverr. The amount of external traffic you bring to your gig is an important measurement in determining your ranking because - duh - Fiverr is going to give more attention to sellers who do more of their own work.

Thank for share important point 🙂 It’s really helpful thank you very much

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