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First, create an attractive gig image, which will attract buyers. Also, do image SEO
Find low competitive keyword and highlight them 4-5 times in the description
Do gig marketing by sharing your gigs in different platforms
Send some quality proposals with your work samples
This is the way to manage to get orders from buyers. After you complete an order, your gig will automatically get ranked

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11 hours ago, webexpert_arif said:

This article is for you some initial directions will help to give, through which yours on the way to receive the first order your success will be easy.

1) Portfolio: The first thing you need to do is create a portfolio of your work. If possible, create a portfolio website and if you can't, upload a sample work and PDF of the work in your gig.

2) Fiber Mobile App: It is very important to stay connected with the buyers all the time. Moreover, if you are online all the time, your chances of getting order will increase. But it is not always possible to be online with a computer. So download the Fiber app on your Android or iPhone and keep it logged in. It will always show you online and you will actually get notifications of any new messages or orders. So you understand how important the Fiber app is.

3) Social Media: Arrange your profile on social media such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google Plus, etc. and share your gigs there, the chances of getting orders will increase.

4) Make more than one gig: Make more than one gig on the subject you are experienced at. In this case, make sure that the gigs are not the same and make an offer very nicely so that the buyer is attracted.

5. Buyer request: You can easily get the order by sending a buyer request.

6. Keyword Research: Choose low competition keywords and put the keywords in the right place.

Thank you!!!!!

Thanks for the suggestion 

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Ohh boy.

1. Patience is not the key if one is offering something that no one would be willing to take the risk to purchase from a complete stranger.

2. XX+ hours of "being online" does nothing to address as to whether one's services are actually desirable to prospective buyers.

3. Many categories on Fiverr are over-saturated with sellers and, unfortunately, quite a number of sellers will never receive an order.

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3 minutes ago, enunciator said:

2. XX+ hours of "being online" does nothing to address as to whether one's services are actually desirable to prospective buyers.

I'm finding this thread's title extraordinary useful, and I'll be using it for all those who continuously parrot that staying "active online" will get them orders. 😉

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On 8/1/2021 at 12:42 PM, hossainmaisha said:

I do send buyer requests all the time. But still no luck. 

 

Same here. I am sending continuously and I didnt get any order. I am online almost more than 15-17 hours per week. But still no luck. ;( 

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