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I don’t see the new feature in my dashboard.

They’re hand-picked currently so that could be why (I’m not sure why they really need to be though). Out of level 2 sellers and TRS (though I assume it’s mostly TRS who have the feature currently).

Also I don’t really understand why it says it’s only for gigs with at least 30 reviews. Surely gigs with less than 30 reviews would need promotion a lot more than those with more reviews?

Maybe one day they might make it available to levels 1 and under too, as well as make it an automatic thing rather than a manual selection of sellers.

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Just read what is written above and you will find it.

EDIT: I mean the answer.

I thought it was only for sellers who are level 2 and above (and only hand-picked ones out of those) and so those with lower levels won’t currently see it anywhere.

Though it seems like it’s not the current dashboard - it’s a different dashboard to manage your ads I think (ie. the Promoted Gigs Dashboard).

edit: It seems like an option would show at the top of the normal Fiverr screen (like when you’ve clicked dashboard or something similar) for “Promoted Gigs” in-between “Analytics” and “Earnings” (based on the video).

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I thought it was only for sellers who are level 2 and above (and only hand-picked ones out of those) and so those with lower levels won’t currently see it anywhere.

Though it seems like it’s not the current dashboard - it’s a different dashboard to manage your ads I think (ie. the Promoted Gigs Dashboard).

edit: It seems like an option would show at the top of the normal Fiverr screen (like when you’ve clicked dashboard or something similar) for “Promoted Gigs” in-between “Analytics” and “Earnings” (based on the video).

I thought it was only for sellers who are level 2 and above (and only hand-picked ones out of those) and so those with lower levels won’t currently see it anywhere.

Correct.

Sellers below L2 are out of ads at the moment. Period.

My point was that some people do not bother to read and just ask question because they can.

I am sorry for confusion.

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They’re hand-picked currently so that could be why (I’m not sure why they really need to be though). Out of level 2 sellers and TRS (though I assume it’s mostly TRS who have the feature currently).

Also I don’t really understand why it says it’s only for gigs with at least 30 reviews. Surely gigs with less than 30 reviews would need promotion a lot more than those with more reviews?

Maybe one day they might make it available to levels 1 and under too, as well as make it an automatic thing rather than a manual selection of sellers.

I wish “no review” gigs could get the spotlight sometime in the near future…

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They’re hand-picked currently so that could be why (I’m not sure why they really need to be though). Out of level 2 sellers and TRS (though I assume it’s mostly TRS who have the feature currently).

Also I don’t really understand why it says it’s only for gigs with at least 30 reviews. Surely gigs with less than 30 reviews would need promotion a lot more than those with more reviews?

Maybe one day they might make it available to levels 1 and under too, as well as make it an automatic thing rather than a manual selection of sellers.

Also I don’t really understand why it says it’s only for gigs with at least 30 reviews. Surely gigs with less than 30 reviews would need promotion a lot more than those with more reviews?

I think it’s not about what gigs or sellers need, the idea is to promote proven gigs that would be appealing to buyers.

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Also I don’t really understand why it says it’s only for gigs with at least 30 reviews. Surely gigs with less than 30 reviews would need promotion a lot more than those with more reviews?

I think it’s not about what gigs or sellers need, the idea is to promote proven gigs that would be appealing to buyers.

But if it’s not for what sellers need (or want) why would they pay extra for these promoted gigs? If it’s to make things more appealing for buyers in general that’s something Fiverr could do with the search results by themselves.

It’s like why would someone do a book promotion if they needed many reviews of the book already? They do book promotion to start the sales off and get the reviews really. So Fiverr requiring a minimum of 30 reviews for a gig to be promoted doesn’t seem the best thing to do really. I might want the promotion to start a new-ish gig off, to start getting sales on it (assuming I was one of the people who had this feature).

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But if it’s not for what sellers need (or want) why would they pay extra for these promoted gigs? If it’s to make things more appealing for buyers in general that’s something Fiverr could do with the search results by themselves.

It’s like why would someone do a book promotion if they needed many reviews of the book already? They do book promotion to start the sales off and get the reviews really. So Fiverr requiring a minimum of 30 reviews for a gig to be promoted doesn’t seem the best thing to do really. I might want the promotion to start a new-ish gig off, to start getting sales on it (assuming I was one of the people who had this feature).

I think in the same way as you, the Gig need at least 30 review, okay… but i would like to promote my second gig who give me more revenue per order, i don’t wanna promote my main gig just because have more reviews

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If this data was shared 2-3 months ago we could save so much MB space on the forum without multiple topics about Promoted GIGs:

We’ll evaluate your eligibility according to the following standards:

  • You’re a Level 2 or Top Rated seller
  • At least one of your Gigs is in an eligible category
  • Your Gig scored 4.7 in public rating
  • Your Gig has at least 30 reviews
  • You meet additional quality metrics *No, this is not vague at all. a-a, njet, ne…
    English dictionary: “quality metrics” = qua-li-ty me-T-ric-s, meaning: to give more money, pay more money

So basically you gonna put Level 2 and TRS against one another in bidding to place their GIGs on the first page?

We shall see the outcome.

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Good to hear about the feature but it’s not making me much happy because I am a Level One Seller and lacking sales from 2 months. 🤨

it’s not making me much happy because I am a Level One Seller and lacking sales from 2 months.

Then you may want to consider it to be an advantage – and a goal – of being promoted to a higher level seller. Fiverr clearly wants to feature established sellers in this program, so… work hard to become an established seller. Success (and the benefits that come with it) are earned. 🙂

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I was really looking forward to trying this out, but since it is not currently available for the ‘Translation’ category, I will have to wait.

It would also be cool to have some sort of (geographical) location targeting.

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it’s not making me much happy because I am a Level One Seller and lacking sales from 2 months.

Then you may want to consider it to be an advantage – and a goal – of being promoted to a higher level seller. Fiverr clearly wants to feature established sellers in this program, so… work hard to become an established seller. Success (and the benefits that come with it) are earned. 🙂

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