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Being on the first page doesn’t guarantee you an order especially when you are a new seller. Imagine being on the first page with zero reviews and a mediocre gig description (not saying yours is) and the person right on top of you has 250 reviews, a 5 star rating, and a well polished gig description. In a case like that it’ll be very hard to compete.

I myself been on the 3rd page for the longest time and get a decent amount of orders a month. However I just checked my gig and it was on the first page, first row. I don’t expect more orders though, I expect stiffer competition.

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my gig is on the first page for more than a week. but i am not still getting any sms or any order from anyone. i am trying to do active as much as i can. what should i do at this time. is there anything to do now. please help me.

my gig is on the first page for more than a week

There is no guarantee, you will get orders even if you are in the first page. Orders completely depend on client & it’s demand.

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Being on the first page doesn’t guarantee you an order especially when you are a new seller. Imagine being on the first page with zero reviews and a mediocre gig description (not saying yours is) and the person right on top of you has 250 reviews, a 5 star rating, and a well polished gig description. In a case like that it’ll be very hard to compete.

I myself been on the 3rd page for the longest time and get a decent amount of orders a month. However I just checked my gig and it was on the first page, first row. I don’t expect more orders though, I expect stiffer competition.

so is there anything to do now or it remains on that page always

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so is there anything to do now or it remains on that page always

Your focus should be on making your gig look eye catching and making sure your gig description is clear and free of errors. Only then will you attract potential clients. Your eye catching gig will first draw them in, then your clear description convinces them to make the purchase.

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=> Make an attractive gig thumbnail image that will attract clients to buy your gig.

=> Always try to login Fiverr apps or PC so that buyers can easily find who is online now and it will increase the chances to get a sale.

=> And Finally send buyer request daily with an excellent cover letter.

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=> Make an attractive gig thumbnail image that will attract clients to buy your gig.

=> Always try to login Fiverr apps or PC so that buyers can easily find who is online now and it will increase the chances to get a sale.

=> And Finally send buyer request daily with an excellent cover letter.

💗

thank you so much for your tips

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Being on the first page doesn’t guarantee you an order especially when you are a new seller. Imagine being on the first page with zero reviews and a mediocre gig description (not saying yours is) and the person right on top of you has 250 reviews, a 5 star rating, and a well polished gig description. In a case like that it’ll be very hard to compete.

I myself been on the 3rd page for the longest time and get a decent amount of orders a month. However I just checked my gig and it was on the first page, first row. I don’t expect more orders though, I expect stiffer competition.

Have you checked your gig ranking on their subcategory or by searching targeted keyword?

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