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I created my account few days ago and I published 4 gigs already. Before publishing gig, I tried to find out the best keyword and also tried to find low competitive but demandable keyword. I also did image SEO before adding images in my gig. But I'm frustrated as I didn't receive my expected impression and clicks. How can I improve my gig raking?

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6 hours ago, almubin99 said:

I created my account few days ago and I published 4 gigs already. Before publishing gig, I tried to find out the best keyword and also tried to find low competitive but demandable keyword. I also did image SEO before adding images in my gig. But I'm frustrated as I didn't receive my expected impression and clicks. How can I improve my gig raking?

 

"Your expected impression and clicks"... 

So you make a gig, you're on the platform for a few days, and then you expect success to just come by itself? 

That's not how business works. 

Here are some tips on how the Fiverr "ranking" system works: 

Here is a post I wrote yesterday, about making your profile look more trustworthy and credible on Fiverr, even if you have no reviews yet: 

Best of luck! 🙂

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Just now, rainbow_desk said:

 

At last, Be active on fiverr forum

Being active on the forum has nothing to do with your success on Fiverr. This myth have been debunked multiple times, by several top and pro sellers, and even Fiverr itself! 

Please stop spreading these lies. It's not helpful. 

To the OP: 

I recommend that you always take a close look at the seller profile of people giving advice on the forum, before you take them seriously. A lot of bad advice on here. Make sure the sellers you take advice from are actually successful on the platform. 

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On 6/12/2022 at 6:07 AM, smashradio said:

Being active on the forum has nothing to do with your success on Fiverr. This myth have been debunked multiple times, by several top and pro sellers, and even Fiverr itself! 

Please stop spreading these lies. It's not helpful. 

To the OP: 

I recommend that you always take a close look at the seller profile of people giving advice on the forum, before you take them seriously. A lot of bad advice on here. Make sure the sellers you take advice from are actually successful on the platform. 

I'm not sure what to believe .On twitter the fiverr page tweeted that being active in the forums is a way to get a boost in your gigs.

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32 minutes ago, voiceguy1971 said:

On twitter the fiverr page tweeted that being active in the forums is a way to get a boost in your gigs.

I would like to see a screenshot that tweet. I highly doubt fiverr would’ve posted that, it most likely you misunderstood the message 

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before doing wrong choices, please read first what kind of advertising Fiverr accepts. marketing can be very confusing, 90% of the time you can just improve your portfolio to attract the customers. your demos clearly show what you can do and are the best way to describe your skills.

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I wished there was a clear and useful way to become better or to improve your SEO for gig ranking. However, the only thing that helped me was hiring someone to do that for me. I know, it may sound stupid or way too fancy, but it's not. I think it's way more practical to have someone that helps you to improve certain aspects of your life. Moreover, this saves you a lot of time and in this domain, more free time equals more money. I worked with https://seoegg.in/, and I would choose them again if I started something from the beginning without much knowledge.

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There are 3 tips to rank your Fiverr gig:

1. Optimize titles:

If your website has great content, your title should always match and represent that content well. Your title should appear in search engine results pages (SERPs) and can affect how your site ranks on SERPs. The best way to create high quality titles is to optimize them using keywords related to your content. Try to make sure that these keywords are present throughout your page’s content.

2. Add internal link structure:

Internal links will help users navigate easily from one section of your website to another. Internal linking increases Google's trust in your site and helps improve your rankings. You want to aim to have at least five internal links per page. Make sure they are relevant, natural, and helpful to each other. Avoid creating too many internal links; only use those that provide value and are useful for the user.

3. Use Schema markup:

Schema markup is essentially free tags added to your webpages that give search engines additional information about your content. Google uses this data to better understand what your website is about and to determine whether or not your content is valuable. To find out if your current schema markup needs work, go to Search Console and enter the URL of your page in the box. If you discover any errors, fix them immediately.

I hope the style of my post has helped you. Thanks

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In my opinion.

I wanna tell you Please optimize your gig again. And then try to do some marketing for your services. It'll give your gig more clicks and views

Send Buyer requests regularly. It also gives your gig more clicks and views

At last, Be active on fiverr forum. From here you'll know more things about fiverr

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