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4 hours ago, farshidesign said:

want to increasing clicks and orders. Pls give me advices and tips....

You know, it’s all simple really: people need to like your gig to click on it. 
It’s real people that decide to click on your gig or not. There are no tricks or anything else, clicks don’t depend on fiverr, clicks depend on buyers seeing your gig picture and being interested enough to click on it. 

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22 hours ago, farshidesign said:

I want to increasing clicks and orders. Pls give me advices and tips....


@farshidesignI looked at your profile, and I now understand why you do not have many clicks. When buyers search for services, they do not take time to read the gig description. Buyers only want to see 3 or 4 words describing your services.  

In your retro poster or flyer gig, you have three words that hurt my eyes and do not compliment the swirly twirly background. I suggest you have the words describe your service and make them a color that does not hurt the viewers' eyes to read.

The blue letters in your Canva gig are a challenge to read. Your invitation gig has the image cup off and does not say what your services are. Your video gig image does not tell what you sell, plus the photos flash too fast to read easily.

Once you fix these issues, you should have more clicks and, hopefully, sales.

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4 hours ago, vickiespencer said:


@farshidesignI looked at your profile, and I now understand why you do not have many clicks. When buyers search for services, they do not take time to read the gig description. Buyers only want to see 3 or 4 words describing your services.  

In your retro poster or flyer gig, you have three words that hurt my eyes and do not compliment the swirly twirly background. I suggest you have the words describe your service and make them a color that does not hurt the viewers' eyes to read.

The blue letters in your Canva gig are a challenge to read. Your invitation gig has the image cup off and does not say what your services are. Your video gig image does not tell what you sell, plus the photos flash too fast to read easily.

Once you fix these issues, you should have more clicks and, hopefully, sales.

Thanks your feedback, I will improve my gig images.

I expect your feedback in future.

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Brother, If you change your image or keyword every day, then surely your impressions will decrease and clicks will decrease. Just once you set everything clear then you won't have any prolem. We don't understand that if someone changes keywords or images we will get buyer distance but not.

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If you join Seller Plus (if that's available to you) they have a screen that shows what they think are the best low competition keywords

https://www.fiverr.com/support/articles/6533842204177-Keyword-research?segment=seller

Other than that you could try searching for different keywords related to your gig/one you want to create and see what the number of search results are. You could also look at the number of reviews/when sellers joined for those results to try and get an idea whether those keywords might be helping with orders (ie. whether gigs with those keywords tend to get quite a high number of orders per week/month). Though really you could take into account prices too.

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  • 2 weeks later...

Hi @farshidesign,

Here's what you can do when first getting started:

https://community.fiverr.com/forums/topic/286042-📈-fiverr-simplified-two-tips-to-selling-more-earning-more/

Here's a list of things you can optimize:

https://community.fiverr.com/forums/topic/284256-no-orders-here-are-7-updates-you-can-make-during-the-slow-times/

Here's a spring (or fall 😊) checklist to help you:

https://community.fiverr.com/forums/topic/277860-spring-gig-checklist-for-sellers/

This in-depth article gives you details on what happens when you publish a new gig:

https://community.fiverr.com/forums/topic/274399-what-happens-when-you-publish-a-new-gig-a-pro-sellers-guide/

 

Here's great advice if you are looking to get that first order:

https://community.fiverr.com/forums/topic/211706-are-you-a-new-seller-this-is-how-you-get-more-orders/

(Note: This category is not for sellers to ask for advice. It's for experienced sellers to share their tips. You can post your questions in "Fiverr Questions" and "Fiverr FAQ." 😉)

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Buyer requests will be removed soon and it will be replaced by a new feature.

Staying online means nothing. It's just like sitting in front of the Apple Store 24/7 waiting for the vendors to give you an iPhone for free. THEY WON'T. Staying online won't help you gain orders, it will just waste your time. Invest in yourself and your knowledge, become the best at what you do and experiment with your gigs to seem what works.

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13 hours ago, farshidesign said:

60 days completed in Fiverr, But l haven't even one order?

Pls, Tell me solution and helping

I don't think anyone can provide a solution for that. The best you can do is find out what your gig is lacking, keep making improvements and have patience. Success will follow eventually.

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