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Hello to everyone. I have 2 gigs. and the keywords are almost the same, the number of stars too. but what could it be, one of my gigs gets 5k views and so many orders while the other 200-300 views and no orders

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3 hours ago, asadovfx said:

Hello to everyone. I have 2 gigs. and the keywords are almost the same, the number of stars too. but what could it be, one of my gigs gets 5k views and so many orders while the other 200-300 views and no orders

Hi @asadovfx, here's my feedback and reasons why I think your first gig is performing better:

1. Your gig video is better - I liked the sleek cars over the people in the second gig's video.

2. You have slightly better reviews and more reviews on the first gig.  

3. There may have been private reviews, numbers of orders, and other seller quality metrics that are better in your first gig (i.e., speedy deliveries, response rates, number of repeat buyers, etc).

4. Your packages are set up different for the two gigs - the first gig seems to offer more.

5. You have more visible tags on your first gig than your second gig.

5. If you are getting inquiries for your first gig that can be taken care of in your second, are you funneling those customers to order from your second gig (or are you keep the customers on the first gig)? Funneling relevant orders to your second gig can help your gig perform better in search because you will be seen as more relevant.

6. Your impressions will tell you how relevant Fiverr thinks your gig is in search. Since your second gig has less impressions, Fiverr's algorithm sees it as less relevant. Your relevancy is based on your title, tags, gig descriptions, and seller quality (i.e., appearance quality and delivery quality). If you are delivering more orders on that gig, responding faster, delivering faster, and performing better in any way then that gig will be seen as more relevant than the other.

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8 hours ago, vickieito said:

Hi @asadovfx, here's my feedback and reasons why I think your first gig is performing better:

1. Your gig video is better - I liked the sleek cars over the people in the second gig's video.

2. You have slightly better reviews and more reviews on the first gig.  

3. There may have been private reviews, numbers of orders, and other seller quality metrics that are better in your first gig (i.e., speedy deliveries, response rates, number of repeat buyers, etc).

4. Your packages are set up different for the two gigs - the first gig seems to offer more.

5. You have more visible tags on your first gig than your second gig.

5. If you are getting inquiries for your first gig that can be taken care of in your second, are you funneling those customers to order from your second gig (or are you keep the customers on the first gig)? Funneling relevant orders to your second gig can help your gig perform better in search because you will be seen as more relevant.

6. Your impressions will tell you how relevant Fiverr thinks your gig is in search. Since your second gig has less impressions, Fiverr's algorithm sees it as less relevant. Your relevancy is based on your title, tags, gig descriptions, and seller quality (i.e., appearance quality and delivery quality). If you are delivering more orders on that gig, responding faster, delivering faster, and performing better in any way then that gig will be seen as more relevant than the other.

Thank you very much for your detailed review and reply. You are very kind. I will consider all of them.

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