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I really like that you’ve included lots of attractive examples of your work. That’s a big plus.

A couple of suggestions:

  1. We’re not allowed to link to our Behance profiles. Your gig could get removed if you continue to do that. Flickr is allowed, however.

  2. Your opening line isn’t particularly strong. In fact, it’s very cliched. It feels like a third of Fiverr uses some variation of the “then you’ve come to the right place” opener. I’ll be honest, my eyes start to glaze over whenever I see those words on this site. If you could find something more arresting to put in that spot, it could serve you better. Something to keep in mind, perhaps, as you get more comfortable on Fiverr.

  3. Offering unlimited revisions isn’t the wisest idea. It seems to attract, on average, more people who don’t know what they want.

Good luck.

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