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i mostly concentrate on clicks and not views, if you get alot of clicks but no orders then you need to check on your target audience, simply pasting your gig link on social media won’t get you anywhere.

then you need to check on your target audience

Franklegacy already said what to do: “you need to check on your target audience.”

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True, but I think his advice still applies. Over 2000 people have looked at your text logo gig, but nobody has bought it. That’s a really bad conversion rate.

Are you sure you’re promoting it in the right places? I get the impression that people are looking at your gig out of curiosity, but don’t really have any intention of buying it.

Have you been sharing your link in Facebook groups designed for sharing Fiverr gigs? Have you purchased any paid traffic?

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True, but I think his advice still applies. Over 2000 people have looked at your text logo gig, but nobody has bought it. That’s a really bad conversion rate.

Are you sure you’re promoting it in the right places? I get the impression that people are looking at your gig out of curiosity, but don’t really have any intention of buying it.

Have you been sharing your link in Facebook groups designed for sharing Fiverr gigs? Have you purchased any paid traffic?

Paid traffic as well as sharing on facebook groups

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By keywords do you mean tag?

The traffic providers haven’t demanded any tags from me they are doing all on their own

They were saying we will get you views and social clicks which in return fiverr will provide you traffic also means they will improve your ranking. Is this by any means true?

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I think the problem is not in your gigs, the problem is in your working field. I am walking on the same road. In graphic design category lot’s of people creating gigs every day. That’s why there is huge competition.

It’s been 2 3 months i am struggling to get orders in graphic designing, should i change to some other field like mobile app development or keep working on existing gigs. I also have a background of coding developing because of my BS in Information Technology.

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How to know what community wants?

Why is this so hard to understand?? you have views meaning people or bots are actually viewing your gig but they are not interested… why?? because you are selling jackets to people who are only looking to buy sandals. You need to market your gig to people who are looking to purchase products for the same products… how?? that’s for you to find out.

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Why is this so hard to understand?? you have views meaning people or bots are actually viewing your gig but they are not interested… why?? because you are selling jackets to people who are only looking to buy sandals. You need to market your gig to people who are looking to purchase products for the same products… how?? that’s for you to find out.

Now i understood. Thank you for your patience

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Well, I have had just under 10K with only 350 clicks on one of my gigs and only one order. However I am a 3D animator and 1 or 2 gigs a month for me is nice. When just one of your gigs get’s into the thousands then you will see more clicks and 1 or 2 orders. You create logos, I think Fiverr is satuated with logo creators. You need to offer the client something different when it comes to logos, something real special, if you do then you will see your views turn into K’s and clicks rolling into 20,30,40…100’s clicks and more.
Good luck

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