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hi mominur76

you not mention about click on your gig, if your gig have  not enough click

may be causes your gig image is not eye catching or very good, if you have proper click on your gig but not get order  its causes may be your description is not preferable.(the description must matching with your title)

please update your gig image and description i hope you will get order early

kind regards

 

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1 hour ago, mominur78 said:

My Impression Mimum 1k but I have not get a order why? comments please

If you are getting impressions but no orders, this means people are finding your Gig, however they're not proceeding to place an order.
This would indicate that you need to focus on you Gig page to convert those visitors into buyers. Something will be putting them off, maybe they don't properly understand what you offer, perhaps they can't see a portfolio of your work or see any credibility, it could be a number of things.

Focus on creating eye catching, but also clear and easy to read and understand Gig images to instantly show potential buyers what service(s) you offer. Then, write an engaging Gig Description that shows credibility, professionalism, your working process, and what customers will actually get when placing an order.
Then, you need to work on your packages. Make what is included within every single package extremely clear so customers can go ahead and order without wondering what they're actually getting for their money. I would also make use of the FAQ section for even further expansion to common questions buyers may have. Imagine you're a potential customer who has no experience or knowledge in your niche, what questions might you have about your services?
Next up, create a portfolio of your work. Show buyers exactly what they will be getting and showcase what talent and experience you have. Also, keep it realistic. You don't want to over promise and under deliver.
Another thing is the price point. Too cheap, and many buyers will actually be put off, especially if you're offering a quality service. They can think it's too good to be true and most buyers don't actually like selecting the cheapest service in categories. Most people in the world believe they get what they pay for, and if they purchase a cheap Gig, they think will get cheap work. In retrospect, too expensive for the experience you have and quality you deliver will obviously make customers look elsewhere.

Also consider how you present yourself. As well as the service you offer, you as a person are also part of the product that people are investing in. Ensure your English is spot on, and your description and FAQ reads naturally, and is easy to understand. When communicating with customers, be professional, yet friendly and let your personality come through. Humans communicate more through body language than speech, so communicating online is even more difficult as we can't do this when messaging another person. So the impression you create in your messages are vital.

1 hour ago, mominur78 said:

My Impression Mimum 1k but I have not get a order why? comments please

^ This for example would be a red flag to a number of native English speaking buyers.
This should read: "I am getting a minimum of 1K impressions on my Gig, however I am not getting any orders. Do you have any comments or suggestions please?"

Your grammar, spelling and punctuation is important. If people think they're going to have a hard time communicating with you, they won't want to place an order. I understand English is not everyone's native language, however you can even download Grammarly and use the free version to make sure that your sentences are understandable and clear. 

Lastly, there's loads of great advice from long term, experienced, successful sellers on here. Once you put all the bad advice from certain individuals aside, such as 'you must stay online 24 hours a day', and 'spam your Gig link in Facebook Groups' etc.. You can take advantage of their experience and knowledge.
YouTube can also be helpful. Not those 'hustle' style videos where people are trying to make a quick buck, but the ones from people who show you how to create a sustainable and successful long term business as a freelancer.

You can put as much effort and research in as you want, the more you give, the more you will get back. Expand your knowledge and experience, you will not go far wrong.

Good luck :classic_happy:

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Just now, boyshakhe_ said:

hi mominur76

you not mention about click on your gig, if your gig have  not enough click

may be causes your gig image is not eye catching or very good, if you have proper click on your gig but not get order  its causes may be your description is not preferable.(the description must matching with your title)

please update your gig image and description i hope you will get order early

kind regards

 

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First, You have only one gig. What other graphic design can you do besides t-shirts? How do you expect to catch lots of fish if you are only using one kind of bait?

Second, the text in your gig is copied from other people. Are the images copied too? Do you have any real designs that you have done for yourself? 

Third, to be honest, there are too many designs in your previews to even be interesting and they don't look like you designed them yourself. You should make your own designs, and only pick a few of the best to showcase. 3 per gig images, absolute maximum. Make them unique. 

Fourth, how many people are really shopping on Fiverr for t-shirt designs, and why? Think about your possible customer.  In your text, (which you do need to rewrite, so it isn't copied.) you are advertising church t-shirts, school t-shirts, company t-shirts. but none of your designs look like that. They all look like quote t-shirts. Pretty but dime a dozen and not particularly useful for anyone. You can buy hundreds of those quote designs for so cheap, I can't imagine you could stand out by selling them. But you know what buyers might actually want? T-shirts that actually are for a school or a church or a club or a business. You could try designing some of those yourself, if you know how. FInd a local club or church or school and design a t-shirt for them. You can do some in bengali just to see how much fun you have with it and make some local contacts, then once you have some wonderful designs, convert them to English text just for your gig pictures. Just an idea.

Graphic design is a fun profession and you can make some money doing it, but you need to make your gig more appealing to customers, first. Get some practices and put new designs. Your own designs. Your own text. Then you will be ready to do some marketing. 

 

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