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What marketing Platform are you using to promote your Fiverr Seller account?


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What marketing Platform are you using to promote your Fiverr Seller account?  

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  1. 1. What marketing Platform are you using to promote your Fiverr Seller account?

    • Facebook Paid ads
    • Facebook Organic Posts
    • Instagram Paid ads
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    • Instagram organic post
    • Twitter ads
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    • Twitter organic Posts
    • LinkedIn
    • Google ads
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    • Google SEO
    • Quora ads
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    • Pinterest
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Guest angela43
On 8/1/2021 at 8:10 AM, nazat_e_rose_ said:

Do you share in your main / personal Facebook profile? or In facebook groups?

I'm currently using Facebook ads but I'm not sure its working . Is yours working. Despite the clicks from the ads, my fiverr impression keeps going down

On 7/31/2021 at 3:06 PM, raj_proservice said:

I'm trying to share on facebook and linkedin, what's about you?

I'm using blogs, Facebook ads and yet my fiverr impression keeps going down. What do you think is the reason?

On 7/31/2021 at 3:06 PM, raj_proservice said:

I'm trying to share on facebook and linkedin, what's about you?

Facebook LinkedIn twitter 

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4 hours ago, designs_taskbar said:

I'm using Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin organic Promote. But I don't know what is better platform to be beneficial.

Are you checking your analytics, are your impression improving?

 

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On 8/10/2021 at 4:09 PM, wp_dalim said:

i am trying to share on twitter platform 

Is it working? Are you see an improvement in your Gig analytics?

On 8/10/2021 at 4:53 PM, nuralom_nur said:

Facebook LinkedIn twitter 

Great, How is it? Is it helping your impression?

On 7/31/2021 at 3:06 PM, raj_proservice said:

I'm trying to share on facebook and linkedin, what's about you?

I'm running Facebook Ads, and using blogs too

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20 hours ago, angela43 said:

Despite the clicks from the ads, my fiverr impression keeps going down

Because marketing and Facebook ads are not connected to fiverr impressions 🤷‍♀️ 
mod course your clicks will improve because people will be clicking on your gigs through ads but impressions are for the internal fiverr search and how many times you were shown and they are not connected to Facebook ads or any outside social media’s 

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On 8/11/2021 at 6:58 AM, digital_hunt said:

Facebook LinkedIn twitter  will be best

Have you tried it?

On 8/10/2021 at 4:09 PM, wp_dalim said:

i am trying to share on twitter platform 

Please do it discreeetly, I was banned twice. To avoid getting banned on twitter, you have to be smart about where you put your links and how you do it 

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On 8/10/2021 at 8:54 PM, angela43 said:

I'm currently using Facebook ads but I'm not sure its working . Is yours working. Despite the clicks from the ads, my fiverr impression keeps going down

what you are getting from ads, those are not being counted as impression. only when the buyer will search a keyword and goes over the gig, those will be counted as impression.

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On 8/11/2021 at 7:02 AM, mariashtelle1 said:

Because marketing and Facebook ads are not connected to fiverr impressions 🤷‍♀️ 
mod course your clicks will improve because people will be clicking on your gigs through ads but impressions are for the internal fiverr search and how many times you were shown and they are not connected to Facebook ads or any outside social media’s 

Wow, thats so helpful. I reached out to Support and I didn't get helpful response like this. What I got was more like a robotic response asking me to go visit links that are not even helpful

On 8/11/2021 at 12:12 PM, aktershamoly said:

I use twitter,Linkedin for marketing .

Great, Do you think its working?

On 7/31/2021 at 3:06 PM, raj_proservice said:

I'm trying to share on facebook and linkedin, what's about you?

zzRunning Facebook ads and sharing on blogs 

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18 hours ago, angela43 said:

I was banned twice. To avoid getting banned on twitter, you have to be smart about where you put your links and how you do it 

Oh my. Because what people call “marketing” on fiverr is spamming. You can not post your gig links on comments, groups etc, that is spam. Marketing is when you share your gig link on YOUR Twitter profile. 

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On 8/11/2021 at 4:52 AM, lloydsolutions said:
On 8/10/2021 at 11:19 PM, tradinngexpert said:

this is my gig

Sharing your gig link and asking for help in someone else's topic is not allowed.

Wow, @lloydsolutionsit looks like the post you quoted is gone! That is the first time I have seen that since this new FF started. Yipee! 

I am like @visualstudios. I do not promote myself outside of Fiverr.  

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My first few one was from my instagram. Even after hundreds of organic reach no one bothered to sign up on fiverr so stopped altogether. Maybe I will back to instagram if I stopped getting orders.  But still not that worthwhile. Instead Fiverr itself should be focusing on marketings so new surge of buyers adds here.

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Hmmm. How about... FIVERR? FIverr IS a marketing platform. A giant machinery made for only one purpose: to sell. 

You should be optimizing your gig for use on Fiverr. When your gig is ranking and you're having some success, you could get started marketing your gigs through content marketing on your own blog, work with influencers to gain traction, or even do paid ads with landing pages leading to your Fiverr profile, if you want. I don't recommend doing paid ads directly to your gig, because that might cause trouble. 

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There's tons of ways to market your services out there. But look at it like this: 

Let's say you own a shop. An actual, physical shop. You want customers. So you advertise on your local radio station. You spend thousands of dollars and countless hours preparing an excellent marketing campaign

Clients start showing up at your door, but your shop is ugly and looks like it will fall apart any minute now. Inside, the products are dusty, old and of low-quality. 

The client leaves, and visits someone else. You just wasted time and money on advertising and marketing, all for nothing. 

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The same is true for your gig: have you optimized it for internal Fiverr search? Is your gig image the best it can be? Your gig video up to par? Is the service you're offering professional, outstanding, excellent and unique? 

In essence: why would I go inside your shop, at all? 

Start with your Fiverr gig, your ranking on Fiverr, land some buyers, get social proof (a few reviews under your belt), and then you can worry about the marketing. Far too many sellers disregard the importance of true quality, experience, professionalism and excellence, and think they can just come on Fiverr, make a random gig, and the money will start rolling in. 

Once they realize that won't happen (usually within 24 hours, when they come to the forums to complain about not getting orders), what do they do? Spam their gig on social media, in every single unrelated Facebook group they can find. Buy expensive ads that leads to nothing. Asking people to pray for them on the forums. 

The end result? Thousands of new sellers who have nothing real to offer, spamming social media and praying. 

Is marketing your gig outside of Fiverr even a good idea? That's up to you to decide. But from the replies to this post it's clear that most of you think spamming social media for "impressions" (which isn't a thing, by the way, since impressions is an internal metric!) is the way to go. It's not.

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On 8/12/2021 at 2:01 AM, mariashtelle1 said:

Oh my. Because what people call “marketing” on fiverr is spamming. You can not post your gig links on comments, groups etc, that is spam. Marketing is when you share your gig link on YOUR Twitter profile. 

Yes, I totally understand the concept of sharing your gig on your profile, the question is if you have about 100 or 200 followers on twitter , how do you get sales posting your gig on your profile? So I just decided to go to celebrities pages and post my gig link there.Because that has about 1million potential followers being able to see your gig.

On 8/12/2021 at 5:33 PM, smashradio said:

Hmmm. How about... FIVERR? FIverr IS a marketing platform. A giant machinery made for only one purpose: to sell. 

You should be optimizing your gig for use on Fiverr. When your gig is ranking and you're having some success, you could get started marketing your gigs through content marketing on your own blog, work with influencers to gain traction, or even do paid ads with landing pages leading to your Fiverr profile, if you want. I don't recommend doing paid ads directly to your gig, because that might cause trouble. 

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There's tons of ways to market your services out there. But look at it like this: 

Let's say you own a shop. An actual, physical shop. You want customers. So you advertise on your local radio station. You spend thousands of dollars and countless hours preparing an excellent marketing campaign

Clients start showing up at your door, but your shop is ugly and looks like it will fall apart any minute now. Inside, the products are dusty, old and of low-quality. 

The client leaves, and visits someone else. You just wasted time and money on advertising and marketing, all for nothing. 

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The same is true for your gig: have you optimized it for internal Fiverr search? Is your gig image the best it can be? Your gig video up to par? Is the service you're offering professional, outstanding, excellent and unique? 

In essence: why would I go inside your shop, at all? 

Start with your Fiverr gig, your ranking on Fiverr, land some buyers, get social proof (a few reviews under your belt), and then you can worry about the marketing. Far too many sellers disregard the importance of true quality, experience, professionalism and excellence, and think they can just come on Fiverr, make a random gig, and the money will start rolling in. 

Once they realize that won't happen (usually within 24 hours, when they come to the forums to complain about not getting orders), what do they do? Spam their gig on social media, in every single unrelated Facebook group they can find. Buy expensive ads that leads to nothing. Asking people to pray for them on the forums. 

The end result? Thousands of new sellers who have nothing real to offer, spamming social media and praying. 

Is marketing your gig outside of Fiverr even a good idea? That's up to you to decide. But from the replies to this post it's clear that most of you think spamming social media for "impressions" (which isn't a thing, by the way, since impressions is an internal metric!) is the way to go. It's not.

This is very insightful and helpful. While Fiverr is a marketing platform which I agree with, I believe your gig has to rank first. I am a Level 2 seller so I am not new in the game.However, I have problem with ranking my gig which doesnt even have to do with my problem. My gig has been on the second to the last page since forever. I have had trickles of order with good review since then and I have not seen any changes so I decided to promote outside fiverr. What do you think cos I feel like my gig is stuck and no effort is reviving it. I missed the days of  avalanche of orders 

On 8/12/2021 at 5:01 PM, tarakexpert said:

Facebook LinkedIn twitter

Great, How is it working for you, is it improving your impression?

On 8/12/2021 at 1:26 AM, codersaeid said:

I'm trying to share on twitter and LinkedIn, what's about you?

Blog and Facebook. Are you checking your analytics to see the effect ?

On 8/11/2021 at 12:38 PM, lenasemenkova said:

I don't use any. But I did play around with Promoted Gigs feature a little bit. 

What do you think is the Pre requisite of getting the promoted gig feature?

On 8/11/2021 at 12:26 PM, visualstudios said:

None. That's what I pay Fiverr 20% commission for. If I'm promoting my business, I'm looking for direct clients, not to bring people to Fiverr.

Is it working for you? Are you getting ranked and orders consistently?

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