Jump to content

image seo


niajjobair
 Share

Recommended Posts

I don't think it makes a big impact. While Fiverr doesn't specifically mention what the factors of "gig ranking" are, I would say its the number of sales you make, the private and public feedback your receive and your ability to make a sale when potential buyers contact you. Fiverr prioritizes the gigs that make them money.

  • Like 4
  • Up 3
Link to comment
Share on other sites

1 minute ago, theratypist said:

I would say its the number of sales you make, the private and public feedback your receive and your ability to make a sale when potential buyers contact you. Fiverr prioritizes the gigs that make them money.

^ This! :classic_laugh:

Too many people get caught up in how important SEO is when it comes to Fiverr and how to 'rank' their Gigs. Of course, it has to be effective enough for buyers to be able to find your Gig in the first place by using relevant metadata, but it's not as deep and complex as I see many people worrying about.

It's actually so simple. The more successful orders you complete and the more positive internal and public feedback you get, the more Fiverr will push your Gig(s) out to more and more people. That's it. There's no secret or huge, list of tips and tricks you have to perform.

You've also got to remember that ranking is a fluid concept and is different for every single buyer. Just because you show up on the first page for one particular buyer doesn't mean that you will for another. Fiverr targets certain Gigs to different buyers based of a number of factors, such as their location, average spend, purchase history, plus many other factors.

  • Like 4
  • Up 2
  • Thanks 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

40 minutes ago, joshnadin said:

^ This! :classic_laugh:

Too many people get caught up in how important SEO is when it comes to Fiverr and how to 'rank' their Gigs. Of course, it has to be effective enough for buyers to be able to find your Gig in the first place by using relevant metadata, but it's not as deep and complex as I see many people worrying about.

It's actually so simple. The more successful orders you complete and the more positive internal and public feedback you get, the more Fiverr will push your Gig(s) out to more and more people. That's it. There's no secret or huge, list of tips and tricks you have to perform.

You've also got to remember that ranking is a fluid concept and is different for every single buyer. Just because you show up on the first page for one particular buyer doesn't mean that you will for another. Fiverr targets certain Gigs to different buyers based of a number of factors, such as their location, average spend, purchase history, plus many other factors.

Helpful post.

  • Like 2
Link to comment
Share on other sites

9 minutes ago, shawalshajib said:

If so, then how a new seller like me who doesn't have any private and public feedback can rank their gig?

You will still appear in the search but that doesn't mean you will appear higher than the established sellers. If buyers want to look for sellers with no ratings, they will. There are buyers who do so since they usually offer cheaper services and hopefully similar quality work. 

Fiverr is a for profit business not a charity, they will prioritize what gives them sales the most. 

That's why for new sellers its important to gain some initial sales, buyer requests and effective marketing can help.

  • Like 5
  • Thanks 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

1 hour ago, shawalshajib said:

If so, then how a new seller like me who doesn't have any private and public feedback can rank their gig?

@theratypist explained this extremely effectively in her reply.. 🙂

1 hour ago, theratypist said:

You will still appear in the search but that doesn't mean you will appear higher than the established sellers. If buyers want to look for sellers with no ratings, they will. There are buyers who do so since they usually offer cheaper services and hopefully similar quality work. 

Fiverr is a for profit business not a charity, they will prioritize what gives them sales the most. 

That's why for new sellers its important to gain some initial sales, buyer requests and effective marketing can help.

--

I know it's hard to get off the ground in the first place, it was for all of us as new sellers. But too many people worry about their ranking and things like SEO rather than actually presenting their Gig properly. Great, you've spent hours making sure that your search terms are correct, but your description is full of grammatical errors, you have no portfolio to display your credibility, and you just haven't got the basics right to get that first order that you need to get going. (I'm not necessarily saying you personally, but talking about a large number of sellers I see complaining about having no orders, yet their Gigs aren't anywhere near the standard they need to be.)

Once you do get that first order, if you smash it and deliver fantastic work to get great feedback, you'll get a few more orders, if you keep the ball rolling, you've gained the traction you need to get going. When Fiverr see's that you can consistently deliver what buyers are looking for, they know it's in their benefit to promote you to a wider audience as they can see you'll keep generating revenue for them, and keeping the buyers on their platform happy.

  • Like 3
Link to comment
Share on other sites

1 hour ago, joshnadin said:

@theratypist explained this extremely effectively in her reply.. 🙂

--

I know it's hard to get off the ground in the first place, it was for all of us as new sellers. But too many people worry about their ranking and things like SEO rather than actually presenting their Gig properly. Great, you've spent hours making sure that your search terms are correct, but your description is full of grammatical errors, you have no portfolio to display your credibility, and you just haven't got the basics right to get that first order that you need to get going. (I'm not necessarily saying you personally, but talking about a large number of sellers I see complaining about having no orders, yet their Gigs aren't anywhere near the standard they need to be.)

Once you do get that first order, if you smash it and deliver fantastic work to get great feedback, you'll get a few more orders, if you keep the ball rolling, you've gained the traction you need to get going. When Fiverr see's that you can consistently deliver what buyers are looking for, they know it's in their benefit to promote you to a wider audience as they can see you'll keep generating revenue for them, and keeping the buyers on their platform happy.

Helpful one, Thanks 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

1 minute ago, shawalshajib said:

Can you take look at my gig and find out my mistake?

No. You are spamming your gig link, and you're hijacking someone else's forum topic in order to do so. That's a broken forum rule, and poor forum etiquette.

You can start your own topic in the correct forum category (see forum rules), if you need personalized help.

  • Like 1
  • Confused 1
  • Up 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Just now, shawalshajib said:

Can you give some tips on gig marketing?

I have not tried marketing my gigs, best you ask assistance from marketing specialists. A general idea is to know your target audience, understand where they can be found and formulate a strategy to show that your gigs are a solution to their problems/needs.

  • Like 2
Link to comment
Share on other sites

5 minutes ago, shawalshajib said:

Can you give some tips on gig marketing?

I bet you'll find plenty of great, professional marketing tips by searching the topic online, and reading the articles posted on professional marketing help websites. As a freelancer, it is YOUR responsibility to learn what is necessary in order to manage your business.

  • Like 3
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Please sign in to comment

You will be able to leave a comment after signing in



Sign In Now
 Share

×
×
  • Create New...