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Hi Seller’s Community,

Some Sellers are blindly copying my gig description and even putting my FAQs as it is on their own gigs without even reading the FAQ. How are they even allowed to serve the buyers?

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Fiverr CS should look into this!! Seriously!!

Can’t you just write your own gig description and FAQs ??

Please stop copying my gig!!! 🙏

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He is saying that he had hired another seller for writing his gig description and when I asked him to provide the details of the seller whom he had hired, he said the seller is not on Fiverr!! What a joke!!

So? At one point he was on Fiverr and had a profile name… oh… my brain…

But hold on, you can offer others to write their GIGs description… I could make millions on that. I just have to pick what GIG to kill.

I cant do that since I do not have GIG analytics…

Oh… what a shame.

@rahulgraphics I am changing my logo gig name title, please provide suggestions. Doesnt have to be SEO friendly or marketing good. I just need a change.

My suggestion: I will make your logo gogo straight to the stars

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So? At one point he was on Fiverr and had a profile name… oh… my brain…

But hold on, you can offer others to write their GIGs description… I could make millions on that. I just have to pick what GIG to kill.

I cant do that since I do not have GIG analytics…

Oh… what a shame.

@rahulgraphics I am changing my logo gig name title, please provide suggestions. Doesnt have to be SEO friendly or marketing good. I just need a change.

My suggestion: I will make your logo gogo straight to the stars

But hold on, you can offer others to write their GIGs description… I could make millions on that. I just have to pick what GIG to kill.

Somehow, I’m reading your excitement here. I don’t understand how.

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So? At one point he was on Fiverr and had a profile name… oh… my brain…

But hold on, you can offer others to write their GIGs description… I could make millions on that. I just have to pick what GIG to kill.

I cant do that since I do not have GIG analytics…

Oh… what a shame.

@rahulgraphics I am changing my logo gig name title, please provide suggestions. Doesnt have to be SEO friendly or marketing good. I just need a change.

My suggestion: I will make your logo gogo straight to the stars

But hold on, you can offer others to write their GIGs description… I could make millions on that. I just have to pick what GIG to kill.

Ahah, like that guy isn’t totally lying lol. That type of seller doesn’t pay to get gig descriptions when they can steal them for free.

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What do you mean by that? He links to YOUR gig on his FAQ lol

That’s free advertising for you for any buyers that check his FAQS.

If I get a penny for every buyer this guy had that read FAQ and has skills to copy paste link on realize that the two names are different I would be…

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What do you mean by that? He links to YOUR gig on his FAQ lol

That’s free advertising for you for any buyers that check his FAQS.

He links to YOUR gig on his FAQ lol

I already see some of the buyer who placed order with me are now visible on his gig too!!

What would you say to this?

I am offering the services at $45 and he is offering the services at $15 but the key is: “Menu” is the same… because he copied my gig!!

This is called traffic diversion!!

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He links to YOUR gig on his FAQ lol

I already see some of the buyer who placed order with me are now visible on his gig too!!

What would you say to this?

I am offering the services at $45 and he is offering the services at $15 but the key is: “Menu” is the same… because he copied my gig!!

This is called traffic diversion!!

But what do you mean by traffic diversion? People who see your gig don’t know he exists. He can’t drive people from your profile to his. That would be traffic diversion. Impossible to do as your profile doesn’t link to his in any way.

People who see his gig may know you exist if they check the FAQ. If anything, he’s possibly diverting some traffic from his gig to yours, not the other way around.

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But what do you mean by traffic diversion? People who see your gig don’t know he exists. He can’t drive people from your profile to his. That would be traffic diversion. Impossible to do as your profile doesn’t link to his in any way.

People who see his gig may know you exist if they check the FAQ. If anything, he’s possibly diverting some traffic from his gig to yours, not the other way around.

But what do you mean by traffic diversion?

https://www.yellowbrandprotection.com/resources/understanding-brand-protection/about-online-traffic-diversion

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Doesn’t work like that on Fiverr. Fiverr’s algorithm takes a lot of stuff into account to deliver ordered search results. Just copying somebody’s description doesn’t change gig placement. He has no way to make people who would go to your gig go to his instead, since he can’t control Fiverr’s search results.

That would work if you were offering some very specific keywords and he copied those in a niche without competition, so you’d both get those hits. But people search for “logo design”, or whatever, and there are thousands of results. There’s no good way to manipulate that.

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About to share some interesting facts…

There’s nothing unique in terms of search terms in your gig - there are literally thousands of sellers that will show up when searching for any term that appears in your gig. How does copying it divert any traffic?

Your gig is called " I will design amazing flyers, brochures and custom marketing materials". Try searching for any combination of those words on Fiverr, thousands of results with very similar titles. I just don’t see how copying things will get him more hits.

Sure, it can help them get a sale when he gets hits, since your copy is better than whatever he would have come up with by himself, so it will presumably sell better. But that’s not traffic diversion.

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