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My gig is getting good impressions 1.9K plus it's also getting clicks but this clicks are not generating into orders.On my end I feel the gig is good and the images are also perfect. 

I am not here to ask how i can get orders. 

Just a small of tip of advice on my issue 

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2 hours ago, ri_pro said:

My gig is getting good impressions 1.9K plus it's also getting clicks but this clicks are not generating into orders.On my end I feel the gig is good and the images are also perfect. 

I am not here to ask how i can get orders. 

Just a small of tip of advice on my issue 

Add a short 30 seconds but, informatory video of what and how you do in the media of gig. I hope that will boost the performance.

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4 hours ago, ri_pro said:

My gig is getting good impressions 1.9K plus it's also getting clicks but this clicks are not generating into orders.On my end I feel the gig is good and the images are also perfect. 

I am not here to ask how i can get orders. 

Just a small of tip of advice on my issue 

Your gig description has typos and grammar issues. That might be one of the reasons for this. If I'm a buyer, I want to be absolutely sure that the seller can communicate well. So I'd look into improving the gig description. 

The advice from @iamattique is also good. Add a great gig video. I see that most of your competition doesn't use a gig video, so that can make you stand out. Hire a professional video editor and a voice over talent on Fiverr. If you struggle with script writing, perhaps you can find a good script writer, too? 

Investing in your business is the only way to grow. 

I also see that several of your competitors offer the source file included. Herhaps you could do that as well? It doesn't really take any extra work, and it might persuade buyers to order from you instead of someone else. 

You should think about your value proposition as well. If I'm a buyer, why should I hire you to make my logo, instead of one of the top rated sellers who offer the same service? What makes you special? You need to figure this out, then show it to your buyers. 

You're in a category with 234,549 other sellers. That's like opening a shop at a mall with 234,549 other shops, with all of them offering seemingly the same product! 

That's why it's so important to stand out. 

Your profile picture is of a guy at a terrace speaking on the phone. It doesn't make me feel like I can trust you. It doesn't make you look like a professional. Hire a pro photographer, dress up and get some great portrait photos taken. 

Here are some tips on how you can build trust and credibility on Fiverr, even if you're a brand new seller: 

Adding to that, one of the most important factors that play into your visibility on the platform, is making your buyers satisfied and happy. That's called your buyer satisfaction rate. You can't see this, because it's based on the hidden feedback given to Fiverr from buyers. So it's especially important to over-deliver and make people coming back as happy customers. 

Happy customers and lots of sales will get you even more sales. 

 

 

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48 minutes ago, smashradio said:

Your gig description has typos and grammar issues. That might be one of the reasons for this. If I'm a buyer, I want to be absolutely sure that the seller can communicate well. So I'd look into improving the gig description. 

The advice from @iamattique is also good. Add a great gig video. I see that most of your competition doesn't use a gig video, so that can make you stand out. Hire a professional video editor and a voice over talent on Fiverr. If you struggle with script writing, perhaps you can find a good script writer, too? 

Investing in your business is the only way to grow. 

I also see that several of your competitors offer the source file included. Herhaps you could do that as well? It doesn't really take any extra work, and it might persuade buyers to order from you instead of someone else. 

You should think about your value proposition as well. If I'm a buyer, why should I hire you to make my logo, instead of one of the top rated sellers who offer the same service? What makes you special? You need to figure this out, then show it to your buyers. 

You're in a category with 234,549 other sellers. That's like opening a shop at a mall with 234,549 other shops, with all of them offering seemingly the same product! 

That's why it's so important to stand out. 

Your profile picture is of a guy at a terrace speaking on the phone. It doesn't make me feel like I can trust you. It doesn't make you look like a professional. Hire a pro photographer, dress up and get some great portrait photos taken. 

Here are some tips on how you can build trust and credibility on Fiverr, even if you're a brand new seller: 

Adding to that, one of the most important factors that play into your visibility on the platform, is making your buyers satisfied and happy. That's called your buyer satisfaction rate. You can't see this, because it's based on the hidden feedback given to Fiverr from buyers. So it's especially important to over-deliver and make people coming back as happy customers. 

Happy customers and lots of sales will get you even more sales. 

 

 

Thank you 

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