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Learning to search through the forum is the best way to learn how to improve your gig, stats, orders, etc on Fiverr.
Since the same questions are posted every single day and hundreds of people have spent hundreds of hours answering them. 

https://community.fiverr.com/forums/topic/282146-how-to-be-successful-on-fiverr-common-questions-answered-and-a-collection-of-great-posts-that-helped-me-achieve-trs/#comment-1780494

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7 minutes ago, smrakib said:

How to getting increase gig rank in 1 month ?

Just answer me this simple question.   Did you spend any time reading the forum and the posts already made on this subject before adding this?

This subject is covered multiple times every day.  You need to spend the time reading these posts to understand how Fiverr works.  

Don't take the lazy option. 

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28 minutes ago, marketer_ratna said:

Must be online and spend time on the forum.

This is completely false. Being online and forum activity have nothing to do with success on the main site. Since you claim to be a "marketing expert" you should at least learn how Fiverr works and not spread nonsense. 

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Hi @smrakib,

There are some "uncommon" gig descriptions that are nonsense and meaningless - you don't want to be that kind of "uncommon."

Instead, focus on be unique and speaking to your target customers. As long as you are relevant, describing your unique selling proposition, and NOT copying someone else's gig description (which is against Fiverr ToS), you should have no problem having an "uncommon" gig description.

You can also visit the gig pages of your competitors. If yours looks too much like theirs, you have a common gig description. If it looks different, you could say that yours is "uncommon" and unique.

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If you want to find out how uncommon it is you could also search for it. You could try searching for some of the text in it in Fiverr's search (though that might not return results containing some gig description text even if it exists), or you could try searching something like google (eg. site:fiverr.com "some text from my gig description" - maybe try without quotes too). Or you could go to a plagiarism checker site and paste the whole gig description text in there and that should tell you how unique the different parts are.

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13 hours ago, vickieito said:

As long as you are relevant, describing your unique selling proposition

I completely agree. ^ Additionally, clearly describing your offering(s) is key to ensure that there is mutual understanding between you and the buyer reaching out. Uniqueness + clarity. I hope this helps! 

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Learning to search through the forum is the best way to learn how to improve your gig, stats, orders, etc on Fiverr.
Since the same questions are posted every single day and hundreds of people have spent hundreds of hours answering them. 

https://community.fiverr.com/forums/topic/282146-how-to-be-successful-on-fiverr-common-questions-answered-and-a-collection-of-great-posts-that-helped-me-achieve-trs/#comment-1780494

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Bro,

First, you need to think as a buyer. There is a lot of seller in the Fiverr marketplace. As a buyer, everyone wants the best service from here. So you need to make yourself the best of all. You need to prove to yourself that you're the perfect one for his needs. You need to write a perfect title and description. You need to upload a good gig image. And also you need to provide your service at a reasonable price.

Then you need to check your gig impression and clicks. If the impression is strong, that means your gig is visible and watched by lots of people every day. If your gig's clicks are good, buyers are visiting your gig. If you will still not get any knock from any buyer, that means your description or pricing is not okay. So try to update these things.

Thanks.

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You should think by yourself why your gigs on 7 number page why not in the first page. Whatever others did that their gigs are in the first page. Research more and more on Fiverr. You can check gigs of professional what are they providing in their service how are their service system everything. Compare your gigs with the professional profile.

Thanks.

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Just be online at a reasonable time to check on your profile. There may be buyers who use the search filter to check online sellers, but that isn't all the time. If you make your gig nice enough (and have the actual talent to back it up) so that buyers can wait for your response if they inquire that makes more sense in the long run. Do you want to have good sleep or not?

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9 minutes ago, mariashtelle1 said:

And you might want clients from the US but do they want to work with you? 

Oooh Mariaaaa..🤣

This is definitely a page from @newsmike's book 📕 😆

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@smrakib you will have to set up a gig to actually get buyers as well

Check out this course: https://learn.fiverr.com/courses/online-freelancing-essentials-be-a-successful-fiverr-seller

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I realized OP asked the same question a few days ago and I answered in that thread LOL

 

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1 hour ago, smrakib said:

I need USA buyer which time i spend time on fiverr ??

I am from Bangladesh .

If you want US buyers you might want to improve your English skills, because whatever you are selling, there are lots of folks already selling it who can communicate well in English. It matters.  

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Impressions don't matter.

Clicks matter, people that actively click on your gig. Impressions are just people seeing you in a larger list of gigs and moving away from it. Sure, it shows that your gig is in search results, but there's no value aside from that.

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16 hours ago, smrakib said:

My gig rank on wordpress data entry 1st page ..

Now How get  a order ??????

Hi @smrakib, now you have to convince the buyers who see your gig to click on it and order. Pay attention to the number of clicks. Is that number increasing? And are your clicks converting into orders? 

If you don't have clicks, buyers aren't interested enough to click on your gig. Make your gig image, video, title, and prices attractive.

If you have clicks, but no sales, buyers are visiting your gig, but decided not to buy ... they went to your competitors instead. Focus on tailoring your gig description, FAQs, and portfolio to be attractive to the buyers you are looking for.

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