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Most of the people suggest to use a good title, using perfect tag , keyword based description & attractive thumbnail.

I have followed all of them while making my gigs. I also sent buyer request many times offering them attractive deal. But I got no response.

But some of my friends are getting order in the same category though their description and gig images are not perfect enough.

Can anyone tell me please what's the actual reason for not getting order?

Visit my profile and tell me if my gigs description & images are okay or, not.

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Remove those signs  ☛☛ 👉  please.
I used to do that on my Orkut profile back in 2006-7, as my buyer's point of view, It's not welcoming, simple bullet points would work, rest looks okay to me. 

Now, the reason you're not getting orders is, you're new, I see you just joined in Oct that means at Max, you're 10 days old on Fiverr, Fiverr gives you guarantee that your gig will be displayed at their website somewhere, It doesn't tell you when and how you're gonna receive your first order, you have to make more efforts if you're not getting one, maybe you should try for buyer requests? Send 10 daily with good and detailed offerings, lower down your price If you can, this can attract some more people who are looking for affordable services, even I began my journey with $5.  

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10 minutes ago, jhallawalla said:

Remove those signs  ☛☛ 👉

You wanted to say "Using those signs will affect the buyers mind", Right?

I am little bit confused what to do.

If I edit my gig description, will it affect my gig impression? 😭😪

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2 minutes ago, emilysmit said:

You wanted to say "Using those signs will affect the buyers mind", Right?

I am little bit confused what to do.

If I edit my gig description, will it affect my gig impression? 😭😪

That's my personal preference, keep it simple. 

no confusion is required, you can edit your gig in the days when you're not receiving orders, the impressions will eventually come back where you left them. 

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59 minutes ago, emilysmit said:

Hmm, your name is Emily Smit yet you're based in Bangladesh and fluent in Bengali? I mean, call yourself whatever you want online, that's cool. But for some reason I get bad vibes on trying to 'westernize' yourself when there's no real need!

Moving on though...
I've had a quick look and there are a few things that could definitely be improved upon.

I'm sure your Gig pictures are great, but I can't actually see them properly! On the pictures where there are three separate website examples, it's so zoomed out and small I can't see what's included with the examples. However from the one I can see, it looks pretty good.

Your English could also be improved upon in terms of the sentence structure and wording. Also, the excessive use of bold, highlights, and capitals really takes away from the intended effect. Less is more. As previously stated, the weird symbols do nothing for me either. Buyers want to see your credibility, experience, and what exactly what they will get for their money instead of lots of bold, highlight and symbols that in my opinion don't look professional.

Listing things like 'satisfaction guarantee' is a bit of a red flag too. Any service or product in the world I buy I'm expecting to be satisfied with. The same goes for unlimited revisions. You're setting yourself up for a world of pain when buyers can technically never accept your delivery and just keep on asking for revisions. Show buyers you respect yourself and your time, and they will too. If they don't clearly communicate what they want, they pay for your time if you have to do it again and it's not due to something you've done wrong.

In your about section in your profile there is also an awful lot going on. This space is usually reserved for a very brief overview of what you specialize in, not 11 sperate symbols pointing out things that you offer, and this is also repeated in your Gig descriptions anyway.

Lastly, you're marketing yourself as an expert and state that you've completed 50 previous projects. But I see no credibility of this on your Gig? Before you start getting orders and reviews to show that you can actually do what you say you can do, you need to be able to show this to your buyers.

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