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Prices raised reasonably, impression & clicks are rising, but no new clients


sourajitdey

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Hi, I am a level 2 seller on Fiverr. Here is my profile: https://www.fiverr.com/sourajitdey

The problem is, my gig prices were pretty reasonable from the beginning - 10/20/30. Now, after considering the level, good reviews, and also the advice of the Success manager, I changed it to 15/30/50, but I still decided to offer 20% off on the first order on the next 2 prices, which means the prices are - 15/24/40 for first timers. Now, my impressions are going well, even clicks are doing fine, but no new clients are coming to work. I told the problem to my success manager, and he said to hold the prices and not lower them, it will take time to change the clientele.

Any experiences of any of you about this? Should I keep the raised prices or change the prices? Any good advice is welcome.

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In general when you increase prices, there are less orders. Sure, people enter and see your gig, hence the impressions, but realistically, some clients work within a budget or are stingy and don't want to pay more. That's why I kept my prices at the level I have right now for years, and my success manager told me to increase as well. But realistically, especially in my niche with AI and all (writing niche), I don't think there's the luxury to increase prices too much at this time. But yeah it depends on the niche.

There's no real advice to be had other than keeping the prices you think are fair for your work. If the prices are higher, in general you will have less orders, so that's something you should expect.

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