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Hi everyone! I created a Fiverr account awhile ago but just now created gigs about a week ago. I haven't received any orders yet and am curious how long it took *you* to get your first order. 

On one gig, I have 35 impressions & only 2 clicks. On another gig, I have 33 impressions & only 4 clicks. I don't have any impressions/clicks at all on my third gig because I just now posted it about ten minutes ago. These numbers don't look appealing to me. Can you please check out my profile/gig and let me know what you think I should change/add? Here's my link:  https://www.fiverr.com/workwithbrea

Any advice would be appreciated immensely! Thank you so much in advance! 

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Hi Brea Miller,

I would like to welcome you here in Fiverr.

I think to be honest in the workplace is very important. In your profile description, some gender term mismatches are noticed. For example, Introducing Bre, your happiness hero! Bre owned her own company. It pretty much seems AI-generated content

Being consistent, and creating SEO-friendly gigs and gig promotions are the keys as per my knowledge.

Kind regards.

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3 hours ago, puspojit_biswas said:

Hi Brea Miller,

I would like to welcome you here in Fiverr.

I think to be honest in the workplace is very important. In your profile description, some gender term mismatches are noticed. For example, Introducing Bre, your happiness hero! Bre owned her own company. It pretty much seems AI-generated content

Being consistent, and creating SEO-friendly gigs and gig promotions are the keys as per my knowledge.

Kind regards.

Hi!! Thank you for your response 😊 Little confused though, lol. I've always called any female a "hero" just as I would any man and I'm not real sure why that actually applies to my work anyways. But, I googled it and came across this: "hero is now a gender-neutral term for a person who acts with extraordinary courage" 

Regarding my gigs, if you had a chance to check any out, do you think it seems SEO-friendly?

This is my first time advertising my freelancing services so any advice like that from someone more experienced than me would be awesome!😊😊

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13 minutes ago, workwithbrea said:

Hi!! Thank you for your response 😊 Little confused though, lol. I've always called any female a "hero" just as I would any man and I'm not real sure why that actually applies to my work anyways. But, I googled it and came across this: "hero is now a gender-neutral term for a person who acts with extraordinary courage" 

Regarding my gigs, if you had a chance to check any out, do you think it seems SEO-friendly? This is my first time advertising my freelancing services so any advice like that from someone more experienced would be awesome!😊😊

Well, if you are enough confident about your gigs, being patient and gig promotion will be the keys. Anyway, I am new to that platform. In my opinion, first impressions matter a lot. Being real is very important and I believe that any buyer will not Google to check if a term is gender-neutral or not. So, the term is, whatever I said, it was my first impression after checking your profile as like as a buyer. It's just an opinion, choice is yours. 🙂 You are a 9+ years experienced hero.  So, you must know what is best for you. Best of luck. 🙂 

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