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I'm a new seller of fiverr. How do I get the order from my gig?


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This thread is choked full of unhelpful, incorrect or inaccurate advice. Whoever follows it will need good luck. 🍀

Instead of following ANY of the advice above, read this.

I keep seeing the same advice… ‘post on social media, stay online 24/7, send 10 buyer requests, offer unlimited revisions. etc etc…’ I do not believe this is good advice. But I have a question for those following it - do you check the credentials of the person giving advice? Do you look at their fiver profile? I’ve seen plenty of sellers with 0 sales, or some with average ratings, giving lots of advice and tips here. If they knew what they were doing maybe their sales or ratings would be highe…
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Welcome to the Fiverr.
For Getting Order on Fiverr, you can try these.

Research on creating gig by saw your competitor gig and then make yours gig by proper keyword researching.
Stay Active on Fiverr
Sent Buyer Request regularly in the proper way, not copy paste template. (Most Important)
Create attractive thumbnails for your gig,
Proper Description of your services.
Share your gig on the social media platform.

Good Luck.

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Welcome to Fiverr.

  • You have to make a unique gig in low competition.
  • You have to research on your keyword.
  • You should send 10 attractive buyer request (not copy paste).
  • Stay online more if possible.
  • You should try to marketing your gig for gig ranking.

I think these are helps you to get order very soon.
Best of luck.

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You need to differentiate yourself from your competition.

What are your target market looking for that your competitors are not providing?

I got my first order within a few months because I had a unique selling point.

For example. Is your sales copy of high quality? Great. So is all your competitors.

However, does your sales copy use in-depth psychology and subliminal messaging to convert buyers? Boom. You’ve just found a uniqe selling point.

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