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I have 800+ review but recently last couple of months my gig is down


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Hi, I worked in fiverr last 3 years. I worked really well in fiverr and got it 800+ good review in my profile. Suddenly, Last 2 months my gig is down and i don't get any order now. So, Can you please give me some suggestion? What should i do now?

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@srity171

Sure, I'd be happy to help! Here are some suggestions that might help you get back on track:

  1. Review your gig description and make sure it accurately reflects the services you offer and the value you provide to your clients.

  2. Check your pricing and consider adjusting it if necessary to be more competitive or to better reflect the value you offer.

  3. Make sure your gig images and videos are eye-catching and professional, and that they accurately showcase your skills and the results you can deliver.

  4. Utilize keywords in your gig title and tags to help potential clients find your gig when they search for related services.

  5. Consider offering buyer requests, which can help you reach new clients who are actively searching for the services you offer.

  6. Engage with your past clients by sending them messages, requesting feedback, and thanking them for their business. A positive relationship with past clients can lead to repeat business and positive word-of-mouth recommendations.

  7. Offer additional services and/or packages to existing clients and new clients to increase the value of your offerings and your potential for additional revenue.

  8. Be proactive in promoting your gig on social media platforms, like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, or Instagram, to reach a wider audience.

I hope these suggestions are helpful! Best of luck to you.

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On 2/11/2023 at 6:43 PM, designhub777 said:

@srity171

Sure, I'd be happy to help! Here are some suggestions that might help you get back on track:

  1. Review your gig description and make sure it accurately reflects the services you offer and the value you provide to your clients.

  2. Check your pricing and consider adjusting it if necessary to be more competitive or to better reflect the value you offer.

  3. Make sure your gig images and videos are eye-catching and professional, and that they accurately showcase your skills and the results you can deliver.

  4. Utilize keywords in your gig title and tags to help potential clients find your gig when they search for related services.

  5. Consider offering buyer requests, which can help you reach new clients who are actively searching for the services you offer.

  6. Engage with your past clients by sending them messages, requesting feedback, and thanking them for their business. A positive relationship with past clients can lead to repeat business and positive word-of-mouth recommendations.

  7. Offer additional services and/or packages to existing clients and new clients to increase the value of your offerings and your potential for additional revenue.

  8. Be proactive in promoting your gig on social media platforms, like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, or Instagram, to reach a wider audience.

I hope these suggestions are helpful! Best of luck to you.

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