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I am new to Fiverr. Today my gig impression was 383 and it's my highest ever. But I get only 1 click. My average impression is 90 per a day but I get 1 click per a week (My idea). I want to know about my situation. How is it? Because I don't know it's too much bad situation or quite good. 

If you tell here about your average impression and click (from your idea), may be it helps some new seller like me. I know gig impression and click depends on various matter but still we can find a answer. 

 

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Click depends on your GIG images & gig title. If a potential buyer doesn't like the Gig image and title, they may not click on the gig, apparently. If you are really worried about Gig impression and clicks, then do some search tag analysis, and you can do a competitor analysis as well. All the best.

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5 hours ago, digitaldock75 said:

I don't have good idea on how clcik and impression can help us. 

  • Impressions: These are the number of times your Gig appeared in Fiverr's thumbnails (i.e., on the homepage, category/subcategory page, search, and user page).
  • Clicks: These are the number of clicks after a user saw it once on the homepage, category/subcategory page, search, and user page. -Fiverr help.      

So, The more your impressions and clicks will be increased, you have the possibility to get an organic order from Fiverr.

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10 hours ago, kayashossain said:

Click depends on your GIG images & gig title. If a potential buyer doesn't like the Gig image and title, they may not click on the gig, apparently. If you are really worried about Gig impression and clicks, then do some search tag analysis, and you can do a competitor analysis as well. All the best.

Yes I agree with you

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13 hours ago, mehedi_shawon said:

Basically impression and click different things. Sometimes we get lots of impression but not get enough click. If you have eye catching Image and title which is match buyer requirement then you will get click.

I have gig video. Is there any reason for that? I think buyers don't have time to click on a video or they are not willing to  click on a video. Fiverr says a gig video is promoted 40% more than a gig image. So, my gig impression is high. but I am not getting clicks. But I am sure that my gig image is attractive coz I regularly get order from buyer request.

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Hi there, I am also a new seller and want to know my Click to impression situation.
Recently my gig got ranked on few tags,  Some times I have 1k impressions with 1 click in a day and on the other day 4k impressions with 3 clicks.

Anyone please reply with the No of clicks you think are good, average and bad per 1k impressions daily.
Thanks

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You can even have one MILLION impressions, but if your gig picture is not captivating enough you won't have a high click-though rate (turning an impression into a click).

For example my best performing gig has a great picture (3 clicks per 100 impressions), but I know I have a gig whose picture sucks, and it has quite a bad click-through rate indeed (0 clicks even if it had some hundreds of impressions).

Your next task will be enhancing the conversion rate (turning clicks into orders), otherwise getting customers to click on your gig won't earn you one pence. For that task you will need to have an even more captivating gig description who should tell customers:

  1. What are your skills/past experiences.
  2. Why choosing you over your competitors.
  3. Explain what are you offering, and a plus would be adding something unique to your offer.
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38 minutes ago, samus_x said:

You can even have one MILLION impressions, but if your gig picture is not captivating enough you won't have a high click-though rate (turning an impression into a click).

For example my best performing gig has a great picture (3 clicks per 100 impressions), but I know I have a gig whose picture sucks, and it has quite a bad click-through rate indeed (0 clicks even if it had some hundreds of impressions).

Your next task will be enhancing the conversion rate (turning clicks into orders), otherwise getting customers to click on your gig won't earn you one pence. For that task you will need to have an even more captivating gig description who should tell customers:

  1. What are your skills/past experiences.
  2. Why choosing you over your competitors.
  3. Explain what are you offering, and a plus would be adding something unique to your offer.

I will follow this. Thank you much for sharing details!

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