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How to write an effective gig description?


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For a killer description, please check out the following points;

-- Research about the gig/offerings you are going to provide

-- Check out the most recent words used to search for that skill/gig

-- Provide catchy words in the title

-- Write bullets points in the description rather to go for a paragraph

-- Be concise and concrete about the work you are offering

-- Offer some extras to get an edge over other sellers

 

Note; Please note down that these aren't only cheat codes you can use, there are many others as well. However, these are pretty effective and basic in gig description writing.

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3 hours ago, abdulmustafa said:

Hi,

How are you? 

Hopefully you will be fine. I am a new seller my question is from experts that how to write effective description that attract buyers?

Please check my gig and express your oopinion.

https://www.fiverr.com/abdulmustafa?up_rollout=true

Thanks!

First of all, I'd look at your thumbnails. Not spelling the name of substantial social networks correctly when you're selling services directed at social media clients isn't very impressive. 

Check for grammatical errors in your gig descriptions, and work to improve your English further.

Beyond that, the advice given by @iamattique above is sound. Follow those steps and make sure to avoid typos. If I see typos/language issues in the thumbnail or gig description, I'll immediately find another buyer simply because I don't want to risk communication issues. Also, if a seller doesn't care enough about their own business to correct spelling errors in their own marketing, how can I trust them to care about my business? 

No trust – no orders. 

Best of luck! 🙂

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27 minutes ago, smashradio said:

 

First of all, I'd look at your thumbnails. Not spelling the name of substantial social networks correctly when you're selling services directed at social media clients isn't very impressive. 

Check for grammatical errors in your gig descriptions, and work to improve your English further.

Beyond that, the advice given by @iamattique above is sound. Follow those steps and make sure to avoid typos. If I see typos/language issues in the thumbnail or gig description, I'll immediately find another buyer simply because I don't want to risk communication issues. Also, if a seller doesn't care enough about their own business to correct spelling errors in their own marketing, how can I trust them to care about my business? 

No trust – no orders. 

Best of luck! 🙂

Thank you so much for giving me guidelines.

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