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Greetings to all. 

I have been using the fiverr since 2017 but in October 2021 I moved to France and I began active job in Paris as Technical Support Engineer, I did stop my Fiverr activity or even less work. however, I gradually cease receiving buyer inquiries. My job has been inactive for the past four months, and I wanted to start making money on Fiverr as a side hustle. Although I made a new gig, I can't see any impressions on it. 
Please offer me some advice;  I have no idea what is happening right now.


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1 hour ago, artist786studio said:

Although I made a new gig, I can't see any impressions on it. 

Are your impressions zero? First check here (under 'Gig Status') to verify that the gig is active: https://www.fiverr.com/support_tickets/selling-on-fiverr/gigs

(It might be active in your dashboard, but still pending approval from Fiverr behind the scenes.)

If your gig is 'active' then how many days has it been zero? If it's only one day, give it 24 hours. Sometimes systems are slow to update. If it's been zero more than 72 hours, and is listed as active, check to make sure it's in compliance with the Fiverr ToS and Community Standards.

If impressions are not zero, then it doesn't matter if you cannot find your own gig. Other people can, or you would not be getting impressions.

Otherwise, please see: 

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I'm sorry I didn't see your reply back in March. Forum tip: if you want someone specific to see your post or reply, you need to either quote them or tag them with an @ 

As for your question, I neglected to provide this link back then.



Gig positions are not permanent and can rotate daily. 

(Based on forum records, 90 days is a common number for what is known as 'gig rotation'.)

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2 hours ago, ferdousit said:

Here are some tips to receive orders on Fiverr:

  1. Create a great gig. Your gig is your online storefront, so it's important to make sure it's well-written, informative, and visually appealing. Be sure to include clear and concise descriptions of your services, as well as examples of your work.
  2. Set competitive prices. Buyers are more likely to choose your gig if your prices are competitive. However, don't undervalue your work.


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