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Yes but why does that matter?

At very least, I sometimes check how many times my gig has been bookmarked to keep track if it’s still in demand.

Example

-February at 506 - June at 600 (I know it’s still in demand)

-February at 506 - June at 540 (The market might be getting over saturated)

-February at 506 - June at 510 (Nobody is checking for me any more)

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At very least, I sometimes check how many times my gig has been bookmarked to keep track if it’s still in demand.

Example

-February at 506 - June at 600 (I know it’s still in demand)

-February at 506 - June at 540 (The market might be getting over saturated)

-February at 506 - June at 510 (Nobody is checking for me any more)

I’m sure your gig’s sales and overall analytics would tell you the same story, even more accurately.

You have no indication that buyers know how to use that button or what it’s for.

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I’m sure your gig’s sales and overall analytics would tell you the same story, even more accurately.

You have no indication that buyers know how to use that button or what it’s for.

You have no indication that buyers know how to use that button or what it’s for.

I think most will know what it’s for and use if for that.

I’m sure your gig’s sales and overall analytics would tell you the same story, even more accurately.

It might depend on the type of gig (eg. seasonal gigs). But it’s one type of predictor of future sales. An analysis could be done on which is best/for which gigs - past sales or gig favourites/increases in them (where they’ve been used properly) and how accurate it is. Or at least it shows interest in a gig (maybe they might be waiting for a change in the gig/price decrease etc) or just waiting for the right time to purchase - they could be comparing it with other gigs in their favourites (and probably others) when they’re ready to purchase/wanting to.

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You have no indication that buyers know how to use that button or what it’s for.

I think most will know what it’s for and use if for that.

I’m sure your gig’s sales and overall analytics would tell you the same story, even more accurately.

It might depend on the type of gig (eg. seasonal gigs). But it’s one type of predictor of future sales. An analysis could be done on which is best/for which gigs - past sales or gig favourites/increases in them (where they’ve been used properly) and how accurate it is. Or at least it shows interest in a gig (maybe they might be waiting for a change in the gig/price decrease etc) or just waiting for the right time to purchase - they could be comparing it with other gigs in their favourites (and probably others) when they’re ready to purchase/wanting to.

I stand by my initial claim, that your analytics page and your sales record is a much better tool to use if you want to predict future sales or get indications that your gig is not in demand.

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I stand by my initial claim, that your analytics page and your sales record is a much better tool to use if you want to predict future sales or get indications that your gig is not in demand.

The analytics page will help too, though it’s the “gigs” page which show which gigs are getting ordered (which the analytics page doesn’t). Maybe they could add stats about the gig favourites and changes in them in the “gigs” page/tab with the other stats that are shown there. Maybe combined with the other stats, the favourites stats/changes in them could help (combined, it might give a better prediction of future sales than either past sales/impressions/views/clicks or changes in favourites on their own).

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The analytics page will help too, though it’s the “gigs” page which show which gigs are getting ordered (which the analytics page doesn’t). Maybe they could add stats about the gig favourites and changes in them in the “gigs” page/tab with the other stats that are shown there. Maybe combined with the other stats, the favourites stats/changes in them could help (combined, it might give a better prediction of future sales than either past sales/impressions/views/clicks or changes in favourites on their own).

Yes, thank you for the correction, by “analytics” I actually meant the gig’s analytics page, or whatever it’s called.

Not sure why Fiverr needs to add the bookmark as a statistic we need to keep track of.

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At very least, I sometimes check how many times my gig has been bookmarked to keep track if it’s still in demand.

Example

-February at 506 - June at 600 (I know it’s still in demand)

-February at 506 - June at 540 (The market might be getting over saturated)

-February at 506 - June at 510 (Nobody is checking for me any more)

(deleted to avoid confusion, misunderstood the post this referred to)

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Yes, thank you for the correction, by “analytics” I actually meant the gig’s analytics page, or whatever it’s called.

Not sure why Fiverr needs to add the bookmark as a statistic we need to keep track of.

Not sure why Fiverr needs to add the bookmark as a statistic we need to keep track of.

If it’s another data point that could help give info, eg. indication of possible future sales/interest in a gig, it would help if it’s on that page with all the other stats of the gig, so you don’t have to go to a different page for it for each gig.

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I don’t think the favorites indicate anything. Or they might indicate people who saw the gig, liked what they saw, but will never buy it. I’m more interested in how many actually buy it.

I don’t think the favorites indicate anything.

If Fiverr provided the stats, we could find out how much it means/how useful it is. They could add it to the “gigs” tab like I suggested (with a history). If they added it, together with all the other stats, to an export option it could be analysed to see how much it helped predict future sales of a gig. Showing it in the gigs page could also help you quickly see which gig is favourited the most and least, which might help (with the other stats, like orders, earnings, clicks, etc.) in deciding which gigs to keep/which to pause so other gigs could be tried.

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For seeing the number of saves on your gig you should do the following things:

01. Copy Your Gig link

02. Open Incognito Window From Your Preferred Browser

03. Paste that link into the Omnibox

04. Now you can see the number of saves on your gig

Regards

Raaz

Having more “gig saves” will increase your rank among your competition.

That has been officially debunked, stop spreading that rumor.

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Having more “gig saves” will increase your rank among your competition.

That has been officially debunked, stop spreading that rumor.

I’m extremely sorry. I should be more careful with outdated knowledge. It won’t happen from next time. I tried to be helpful to the community. I’m sorry again.

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I’m extremely sorry. I should be more careful with outdated knowledge. It won’t happen from next time. I tried to be helpful to the community. I’m sorry again.

I tried to be helpful to the community.

In that case you should only offer advice when you know what you are talking about.

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