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How can I get my first gigs as an artist ?


valriele

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Your gig image could be a bit more attention-grabbing. The background is plain white. Here's a good article by Fiverr on gig images: https://www.fiverr.com/support/articles/4410883326481-Gig-image-guidelines-Making-the-most-of-your-Gig-image?segment=seller

For your profile photo, a closeup of your face with a plain background would be better. That would look more professional. You may read a bit more about perfecting your profile picture here: https://www.fiverr.com/support/articles/4416325224977?segment=seller

Make the description a bit more open. There is no space between lines and paragraphs. I wouldn't want to read text that was set up that way. Give it some room. Make it easy to read.

The gig title could be different. I am not really sure if "crosshatch-style portrait" has a big market. There might not be a lot of people searching for "crosshatch-style portrait." These portraits are something that people might buy when they stumble upon them. Maybe take a different approach with the title. This is my opinion, and I might be wrong. I recommend doing a little market research.

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1 hour ago, valriele said:

Can you help me get my first gig? I do modern artsy portraits by hand in crosshatch style.

What should I do or optimize in my profile to get some gigs?

Thanks a lot !

 

 

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You doing great design!

Starting to double check your gig title, description, image, tag, price 

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