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What to do to get an order on fiverr?



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You can't really force the first order your way, but there are several things you can do to make yourself more appealing to the algorithm. 

1. Clearly define the service you're offering. Make sure that a potential buyer can tell exactly what it is that you're going to be doing for them based on your gig title and your gig description. I've seen a lot of vague gigs out there that are not really specific enough for anyone to know exactly what to expect when buying from you. The more specific, the more likely your gig is to appeal to a buyer. 

2. Dial in your keywords. Do some research in the Fiverr search function to see what other sellers in your niche are including in their titles and gig descriptions. Fiverr is algorithm-led, so you need to know what keywords buyers are most often searching for and what the algorithm is most frequently displaying.

3. Make sure your work examples are excellent quality. If someone is going to spend money on your service - whether it's $5 or $5000 - they want to know they're getting something good for their money. Certain buyers will have bloated expectations of what they can get for their money, but regardless you really want to show that you can offer high-quality work to attract buyers. Otherwise they may see your gig and even click on it, but leave quickly. High quality samples gives them a reason to stay a little longer, which can translate into a sale. 

4. Considering adding a call-to-action phrase in your gig description, like "Simply place your order and let's get started!" or something similar. Some sort of phrase to urge a potential buyer to action.

There is a lot more to be done to really dial in your gig, but these are starting points for every seller. 

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