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  1. 1. Which one is more successful for getting orders?

    • 7 gigs from different categories
    • 7 gigs from same category
    • One gig with good service would be enough to attract buyers

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  • Poll closed on 07/30/2021 at 07:00 PM

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Multiple gigs do not guarantee orders, just as having one gig doesn't either. There are not order guarantees here on Fiverr. If you want orders, the content of your gig matters most. Figure out how to appeal to your target customers, and be the seller that out-competes your thousands of other competitors. 

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1 hour ago, t325325 said:
  1. Single gig with good skills
  2. 7 gigs in same category
  3. 7 gigs in different categories can be successful

In number 2 you said 7 gigs in same category then number 3 you said 7 gigs in different category. 

I have only 7 when without level, then how is this possible to create 7 in same and 7 in different? 😉

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7 hours ago, shadiya646 said:

In number 2 you said 7 gigs in same category then number 3 you said 7 gigs in different category. 

I have only 7 when without level, then how is this possible to create 7 in same and 7 in different? 😉

I actually meant to ask whether we should create all gigs in same category or we can get orders even if we have all gigs in different categories?

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I kinda think that if you choose to create multiple gigs in different categories, though it might increase your chances of getting exposure if all of them are optimized rightly, even so, it depends on whatt services you can deliver. It's almost irrelevant to say that you can render a specific service when you know too well that you can't. You are not only wasting your time, but also risking your account reputation. 

That said, if it's once service you are best, create gigs around it and optimize them for Fiverr Search engine visibility and keep learning other stuffs to increase your flexibility. 

Just a suggestion!!

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Multiple gigs (that you are skilled at) should give a higher probability of orders than one gig (that you are skilled at).

re: 7 gigs in same category vs 7 gigs in different categories - technically there are only about 9 categories (the ones shown near the top of the screen on Fiverr pages), which have lots of subcategories.  Creating gigs in multiple categories or subcategories should allow you to see more buyer requests so that could help more than if you created all 7 in 1 subcategory.

In general it might be better to specialise - make the gigs be about something similar (I don't mean duplicate gigs). You could have some in a few different subcategories (eg. to probably give more buyer requests in the BR option and maybe also more chance of orders) but it may be better to not have them in more than about 3 or 4 (main) categories. eg. if you were mainly best at graphics & design it would probably be better to have have them mainly in that (main) category.

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I don't prefer any of the polling options...

7 gigs from different categories. Just scattering services in numerous categories won't bring any benefit if the seller isn't actually skilled/talented in all those categories.

7 gigs from same category. Not all categories are the same. Some are narrow and highly focused while others are very broad and varied. Having multiple (similar) gigs in a single category solely for the purpose of having multiple gigs may just dilute one's profile instead of providing any substantial benefit.

One gig with good service would be enough to attract buyers. One GREAT gig MIGHT be enough to attract buyers, but nothing is guaranteed in business and in Fiverr, and luck definitely plays a part.

The best option, obviously, would be several well designed and attractive gigs ONLY in categories that the seller excels in. But if the choice is strictly between either having one good gig or several poor gigs, then one good gig would be preferable.

 

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On 7/25/2021 at 1:24 PM, t325325 said:

7 gigs in same category

And just in case: it is against TOS to have duplicated gigs. 
for example if you have two gigs with “I will create amazing logo” and “I will create outstanding logo” then that will be against fiverr rules. 
If you have gigs in the same category like for example Graphic design and you have gigs for “business cards design” and “logo design” then that’s ok 

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On 7/25/2021 at 11:56 AM, jonbaas said:

Multiple gigs do not guarantee orders, just as having one gig doesn't either. There are not order guarantees here on Fiverr. If you want orders, the content of your gig matters most. Figure out how to appeal to your target customers, and be the seller that out-competes your thousands of other competitors. 

You are right.

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