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I'm very new to Fiverr. It's been 7 days since I left the gig today. Can anyone check it out? Say shortcomings

Check it out and say no. Please let me know if there is anything new about fiverr

https://www.fiverr.com/share/zlDlqd

https://www.fiverr.com/share/Y4V4qQ

https://www.fiverr.com/share/1V5VY4

https://www.fiverr.com/share/jbBb6Z

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The first thing I see is "5$" repeated over and over again. Cheap = low quality. Most buyers are looking for a blend between quality and value for money. You're also inviting bad buyers to order your gigs with that pricing. 

Here's some advice I wrote today about increasing your gig prices: 

You offer unlimited revisions. That's a big no-no for any professional. It means you don't respect yourself, your time or your business. Why would you ever work for free? 

You offer lifetime support. Again, a big no-no. First of all, what does this support includes? How are you planning on delivering that support? And again: why would you ever work for free? 

You offer "money back guarantee". That means I can order from you, and then get my money back. Again, you would have been working for free. To add insult to injury, your account would quickly disappear from search results and be doomed to Fiverr Hell if you end up getting multiple cancellations. And the only way to give the money back to a buyer, is by cancelling the order. 

There are typos and grammar issues in your gig descriptions. To me, that's a big red flag. It tells me that you don't care about your own business. So why should you care enough about mine when I order from you? 

I get that you're a brand new seller and you want to offer super cheap services to get your first reviews. But the result of all of this, is that you come across as unprofessional, since a professional designer worth their salt, would never offer these things, and certainly not for five dollars. 

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First off, think about the details. The first heading I see says, "I will do design a wedding card or invitation card for any event." 

We know Fiverr ads in "I will" so type out your gig description accordingly... and try to make it as concise as possible in your wording. For example I may say... "I will design a custom wedding or event invitation." Be sure to look at other sellers in your niche and pick up what you like and don't like about their titles. A strong title (along with a strong cover photo or video) will be huge in hooking your ideal client.

Do double check that all the grammar is correct in your descriptions as well. If you need to hire a Fiverr copywriter to look things over I would consider doing that as it goes a long way in building client trust. For example... "FOR MORE CUSTOMIZABLE DESIGNS, PLEASE CONTACT ME TO SEND YOU MY PORTFOLIO." 

I might say... "Want to see more of my work? Send me a message and I will send you my full portfolio."

and

"Would you like to discuss your order details or special customizations in more detail? Message me and I will be happy to help and write up a custom offer for you." 

I like your use of highlighting and bolding. Be careful not to use too much capitalization as it can come off as "intense" to a buyer. A few select points to highlight are fine, but don't over do it. 

Best of luck! 

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