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Why isn't my gig getting impersonations or clicks?


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To increase gigs' impressions, you need to have correct tags. to increase clicks.., you need to have an eye-catching gig thumbnail, so people interested to click and check your gigs. People won't click your gigs if you have the wrong tag and wrong gig fields. 🥰
 

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1 hour ago, monjurul31 said:

To increase gigs' impressions, you need to have correct tags. to increase clicks.., you need to have an eye-catching gig thumbnail, so people interested to click and check your gigs. People won't click your gigs if you have the wrong tag and wrong gig fields. 🥰
 

Can you please tell me what is best number of impressions on gigs? Daily wise? 

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New sellers.  Please read...........

There seems to be an understanding that if you put a gig on fiverr then you will get sales in the first week and your impressions will go through the roof.  I like many other freelanceers had to wait weeks, and sometimes months before we started to see orders come through. We are all small fish in a very big lake and you have to take time to grow and gain reputation.  At the minute, you're untested and have no work history. YOU need to convince buyers that you're the best in your field and convince them that they should buy from you as opposed to the 1000s of people that are in the same category as you.  

Like all search engines it takes time for Fiverr to understand who you are, what you do and where you will rank. This doesn't not happen overnight.   If everyone could start selling straight away we would all be very rich people.  It takes hard work, thorough research and a deep understanding of your niche. You effectively need to be an expert in your field.  What was good enough 5 years ago is now simply average, and people don't want to buy average.

The answer on this thread is the same as every other,  read the forum,  look out for the tips that the experienced posters make and apply this research to your gigs.  Ignore the comments that say to stay on Fiverr 24/7 and submit buyer requests. 

Impressions mean NOTHING if your gig is of a poor quality. 

Good luck in your Fiverr journey.

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