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HI, I am Level 2 Sellers now.! But few months ago not get any orders.! What's the problem?


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The problem is that you aren't convincing anyone to hire you. If you aren't connecting to your target customers, and showing them why they should hire you, and not one of your thousands of competitors, then those target customers aren't going to hire you.

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4 hours ago, jonbaas said:

The problem is that you aren't convincing anyone to hire you. If you aren't connecting to your target customers, and showing them why they should hire you, and not one of your thousands of competitors, then those target customers aren't going to hire you.

How to connect my target customers.?

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8 hours ago, gopro165 said:

How to connect my target customers.?

First of all, do you know who your target customers are? Have you researched their needs and interests? Do you know exactly how your services can solve those needs? Do you know where your target customers can be found? Have you researched where they hang out?

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So if your sales drop, it's usually because one of the following happened:

1) You started received lots of buyer messages that did not result in sales
2) You got bad feedback (either on the publicly viewable or the private feedback Fiverr asks buyers for)
3) Your sales-to-click or click-to-impressions ratio started dropping
4) One of your other metrics went down (buyer response time, exceeded delivery time, etc.) 

Your sales on Fiverr can naturally fluctuate, so you just have to stay on your toes and stay aware of where you are on your metrics.

If you've been getting a lot of buyer messages that don't result in sales, consider revamping your gig title and description so buyers have a more accurate understanding of what you offer.

If you've received bad feedback, consider your order and gig description to see if you can help set buyer's expectations upfront. Also evaluate your communication and deliveries to see how you can better serve your customers.

If your sales-to-click or click-to-impressions ratio has been dropped, re-evaluate your gig to see if you can 1) tweak/change it to make it more appealing and draw buyers in, but also 2) make it accurate to what you are delivering. You want to sell buyers on what you are offering, but you don't want to sell them a Ferrari and deliver a Honda Civic.

If your other metrics went down, look at your business practices to see where you can tighten up your business to prevent these things from happening again.

Once you've finished evaluating your business to see where you can improve, then you need to settle in for some hustling. Check the buyer requests and send a personal application in to any that apply to your realm of expertise. Promote your gig offsite, see if you can draw other buyers in. Once you get the orders flowing again, as long as you keep up the good service, the gravy train will likely continue, but just stay on your toes to keep the train a-movin'.

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'Level One Hell' is a commonly cited phenomenon in the forum but is not really exclusive to just Level One sellers. Order droughts are an unfortunate occurrence that even befalls experienced and established sellers. As for how to ensure that drought doesn't turn into an outright famine, that will require action in your part instead of passively hoping the Fiverr 'algorithm gods' will eventually shine down upon you.

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5 hours ago, enunciator said:

'Level One Hell' is a commonly cited phenomenon in the forum but is not really exclusive to just Level One sellers. Order droughts are an unfortunate occurrence that even befalls experienced and established sellers. As for how to ensure that drought doesn't turn into an outright famine, that will require action in your part instead of passively hoping the Fiverr 'algorithm gods' will eventually shine down upon you.

How to get Action required.?

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12 hours ago, jonbaas said:

First of all, do you know who your target customers are? Have you researched their needs and interests? Do you know exactly how your services can solve those needs? Do you know where your target customers can be found? Have you researched where they hang out?

No

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16 hours ago, gopro165 said:

No

Then I cannot help you. You need to figure out the answers to those questions, before you are able to connect to your target customers. Fiverr is a business. You are going to have to treat it as such if you wish to be successful here.

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