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It’s maybe around 2 months ago Fiverr updated their algorithm since then my best seller gig lost ranking and jumped over from the 1st page to the last page and still my gig is in the same position after that I am not getting any orders even any messages from buyers. My gig was performing well but now last 7 days impression is 400.

Did anyone face this problem?

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It’s maybe around 2 months ago Fiverr updated their algorithm since then my best seller gig lost ranking and jumped over from the 1st page to the last page and still my gig is in the same position after that I am not getting any orders even any messages from buyers. My gig was performing well but now last 7 days impression is 400.

Did anyone face this problem?

It’s maybe around 2 months ago Fiverr updated their algorithm since then my best seller gig lost ranking

When you lost your gig ranking that doesn’t mean fiverr changed their algorithm.

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It’s maybe around 2 months ago Fiverr updated their algorithm since then my best seller gig lost ranking

When you lost your gig ranking that doesn’t mean fiverr changed their algorithm.

That’s true but more than 10 gigs (all not mine) lost their rank at the same time and all gig jumped over the last page. All gig are still there. Hope it does make sense!

Few old gig at the first page and all are new seller in my categorizes.

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That’s true but more than 10 gigs (all not mine) lost their rank at the same time and all gig jumped over the last page. All gig are still there. Hope it does make sense!

Few old gig at the first page and all are new seller in my categorizes.

That doesn’t mean the algorithm changed either.

An algorithm is a program of conditions that are set to perform a set of actions. And that’s what happened. It doesn’t mean: this gig goes here and this gig goes there. It’s by nature dynamic, not static.

I’m not sure why you’re commenting on the algorithm if you don’t know what an algorithm is or how it works.

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That’s true but more than 10 gigs (all not mine) lost their rank at the same time and all gig jumped over the last page. All gig are still there. Hope it does make sense!

Few old gig at the first page and all are new seller in my categorizes.

It’s just placebo effect. If you applied some indifference you will rank again.

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That doesn’t mean the algorithm changed either.

An algorithm is a program of conditions that are set to perform a set of actions. And that’s what happened. It doesn’t mean: this gig goes here and this gig goes there. It’s by nature dynamic, not static.

I’m not sure why you’re commenting on the algorithm if you don’t know what an algorithm is or how it works.

Perhaps it could be but i think fiverr doesn’t change their algorithm for all categories at the same time.

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No. The conditions sellers are set for have nothing to do with your category and a category is not a condition.

Most of the gig has more than 200 reviews and several orders in queue and few sellers are top-rated also. What do you think it is just a placement effect?

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Search queries don’t determine or change the program of the algorithm. The opposite is true: the algorithm determines how things show up in search.

I encourage you to research algorithms. You have a fundamental misunderstanding.

Appreciate your opinion thanks anyway

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I think the main issue he raised has been ignored.

He said his gig had been on the front page for some time with much sales but 2 months ago it was no longer on front page.

He is curious to know what happened and what he can do to get back to the front page.

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I think the main issue he raised has been ignored.

He said his gig had been on the front page for some time with much sales but 2 months ago it was no longer on front page.

He is curious to know what happened and what he can do to get back to the front page.

The question is being ignored because it cannot be answered. We don’t know. CS won’t tell us if we ask them. There is a bunch of theories that can be found on the forum since it’s probably one of the most popular topics. But there is no single, uniform explanation or solution that would apply and work for everyone.

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you should also update your gig so fiverr things that is new gig so it start ranking from that time

so you can grow from that now

fiverr algorithm is depend who get good price that goes on first page

i think that was happen now a days

Yes! Average selling price is matters nowadays

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There is also the fact that our gigs appear in different places in the search results depending on who is searching for it as noted in this thread.

For some reason when I’m logged in to my Fiverr account I can’t see my gigs in search or in the categories they are supposed to be in anywhere. Here’s the weird part, when I log out and then look for my gigs they are where they should be. Is anyone else having a problem like this or is it just me being played by the Fiverr gods yet again? It appears as it should on the mobile site and app even when I’m logged in on them. Checked it out on different browsers and on my laptop. It’s the same thin…
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There is also the fact that our gigs appear in different places in the search results depending on who is searching for it as noted in this thread.

For some reason when I’m logged in to my Fiverr account I can’t see my gigs in search or in the categories they are supposed to be in anywhere. Here’s the weird part, when I log out and then look for my gigs they are where they should be. Is anyone else having a problem like this or is it just me being played by the Fiverr gods yet again? It appears as it should on the mobile site and app even when I’m logged in on them. Checked it out on different browsers and on my laptop. It’s the same thin…

You can use fiverr “gig position locate tool” to check your gig in search list

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