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How many tags I use on my gig image seo?


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5 minutes ago, aichashiq said:

Should I again edit the gig or leave it as it is?

According to what a Fiverr person in a webinar said, you should edit if edits are needed. If your Gig is doing well, it might be better to leave it alone, if it's not doing well, there's probably not much harm in editing it, but keep in mind that your Gig might get pulled for review when you make edits, and it might take a while, until it got checked and is active again.

Always check the "Events" page and watch as many webinars as you can. There are often interesting things to be learned, and usually, they have a Q&A phase, too.

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Study all the info that Fiverr provides (Help Center, Blog, forum), do you research to find out what the customers you want, want to see and buy, adapt your Gig accordingly, think about a different Gig if yours doesn't work, think about a marketing strategy, ... You're a business owner, behave like one. You need to put in a lot of of reading time and work in any business you start. There usually are no miracle wonder fixes that work overnight.

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25 minutes ago, miiila said:

use the same ones.

If I edit my gig and see that I am not getting a good impression or it so happened that the day I edited, the gig that day gave good results, but the next day I saw that, it was down. Should I again edit the gig or leave it as it is?

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7 minutes ago, starseorank said:

There is no limitation for Fiverr but every image TITLE you can use 213 characters for tag.

If you use JPG then you can use unlimited characters in image TAG option.

Okay, but which one is more effective? Those 5 tages I used on Fiverr or will add more tags?

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2 minutes ago, miiila said:

According to what a Fiverr person in a webinar said, you should edit if edits are needed. If your Gig is doing well, it might be better to leave it alone, if it's not doing well, there's probably not much harm in editing it, but keep in mind that your Gig might get pulled for review when you make edits, and it might take a while, until it got checked and is active again.

But even if my gig performs well, it only lasts for 3 days. Then it goes down again. What should I do in this case?

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