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fiverr introduced brief feature replacing buyer request, you have to make your gig as good and seo friendly as you can, depending on your service and its demand on the platform, you will get brief notifications time to time, so keep working and improving your gigs

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2 minutes ago, techdevo said:

you have to make your gig as good and seo friendly as you can

Except, that's not really how the Fiverr algorithm works. The Fiverr marketplace is not an optimizable search engine, like Google. It's a matching service. Great gigs are matched to likely buyers. Other gig elements seem to be far more important than standard SEO. 

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1 minute ago, jonbaas said:

Except, that's not really how the Fiverr algorithm works. The Fiverr marketplace is not an optimizable search engine, like Google. It's a matching service. Great gigs are matched to likely buyers. Other gig elements seem to be far more important than standard SEO. 

yes you are right it doesn't work like google, but fiverr have its own seo algo, there are hundreds of gig on same service and which come on first and last page matters a lot on how you write title, description, tags, images etc its all part of seo in a way

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6 minutes ago, techdevo said:

but fiverr have its own seo algo, there are hundreds of gig on same service and which come on first and last page matters a lot on how you write title, description, tags, images etc its all part of seo in a way

Again, no, it isn't. Fiverr is a 100% matching service. Search results are not ranked by SEO. The results are different for every user, and what you see -- and where you may see it -- is not what someone else sees. Gigs are matched to likely buyers. Therefore, only those likely buyers will see your gig in their search results. Gigs are not ranked by SEO. The Fiverr marketplace is not a Google-like search engine. That's not how Fiverr works.

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7 minutes ago, jonbaas said:

Again, no, it isn't. Fiverr is a 100% matching service. Search results are not ranked by SEO. The results are different for every user, and what you see -- and where you may see it -- is not what someone else sees. Gigs are matched to likely buyers. Therefore, only those likely buyers will see your gig in their search results. Gigs are not ranked by SEO. The Fiverr marketplace is not a Google-like search engine. That's not how Fiverr works.

but for match making, you need to get those search words in your title, description, tags, more you have them more it will be give chance to your gig to come more often on first page

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32 minutes ago, techdevo said:

but for match making, you need to get those search words in your title, description, tags, more you have them more it will be give chance to your gig to come more often on first page

No. Like I said, results are matched on seller performance. When your performance as a seller is high, you'll probably see more matches. When your performance as a seller is low, your gigs will not show up as much in the search results (i.e., low impressions). Great gigs are matched to likely buyers. The search system is not based on standard Google-like SEO. In addition, there is no "ranking on the first page". That's not how Fiverr works. 

The only people who will see your gig in their search results, are the likely buyers whose metrics match your high seller performance (and thus, a proven profitability level for your gig). Stop expecting SEO to guarantee sales.... that's not how Fiverr works.

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