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For your creative writing gig, on your profile (and possibly the search results) it shortens the title to ‘I will read your mind’.
When naming your gig, you want it to be pretty direct if possible because someone looking for a writer isn’t going to click on that.
Make it clear in the description what the basic gig will get them. Your opening is a good opener but leaves a lot unsaid. If you have any formal or informal credentials on the subject, add that to your bio.
That said, your brand/slogan gig description talks about slogans needing to be to the point, but the paragraph and gig title are unnecessarily wordy.

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I agree with blackwhiskey, your gig title seems confusing and too long. Also your image can be a little more descriptive.

Also go and check tags of popular gigs in your niche and try and streamline your tags for the best possible outcome.

Your gig description is too short, it won’t convince buyers easily. Try and be a little more convincing and probably put pdfs of some of your write ups.

Another thing you can do is to use a video. That works alot!

There are many more tips but you can start with these.

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I agree with the above-- I only started getting orders when I modified my tags to be SEO friendly.
For example, I do voiceovers and instead of just tagging ‘voiceovers’, I did a tag ‘voiceover for commercial’, and made it more specific. That seemed to help my traffic!

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