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moonilyas

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  • Always be online
  • use a good tag line that relate to you gig title
  • let your price be a medium ( low price meanso you are not a problem, higher price means you have a big eye )
  • check your gig details again

I hope this will help you, Paul5box.

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moonilyas Stick with it! 🙂 I was quite lucky when I first started, I got an order within 2 months and I didnt really expect anything, so much so that I forgot that I registered for Fiverr.
I think one of the best ways to fast track getting that all important first sale is to go to buyer requests and do something small for $5. Promote to some of your friends in real life can help too to get you off the ground. Its unfortunate that the Fiverr marketplace is so popular now compared to years ago that its very very hard for a new seller to stand out from the crowd. But if your service is good enough, you will get there.

I just had a look at your profile page on Fiverr and I noticed you say your a graphics designer. But looking at your gig images, they look like they could have been taken straight off of google and just added some text.
I think if your serious and that you really are a graphics designer, having your gig image stand out from the crowd will demand buyers to purchase from you rather than you getting lost within the crowd.

Good luck man and let me know how you get on!
Detrucci

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Same problem of my gigs also. Have anyone will see my gig and then suggest how way will sell my gig.

I’m not an expert, but from what I saw at first glance:

  1. You have two (almost) identical Gigs, with packages priced differently, which isn’t helping. Focus on one and delete the other.

  2. On this Gig here for example, you put three images up that have the same text in them: https://www.fiverr.com/webeeing/setup-any-wordpress-theme-exactly-like-demo

    Makes no sense at all. Keep one and delete the other ones.

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I’m not an expert, but from what I saw at first glance:

  1. You have two (almost) identical Gigs, with packages priced differently, which isn’t helping. Focus on one and delete the other.

  2. On this Gig here for example, you put three images up that have the same text in them: https://www.fiverr.com/webeeing/setup-any-wordpress-theme-exactly-like-demo

    Makes no sense at all. Keep one and delete the other ones.

thanks first. the 2nd have understand but 1st where you write packages priced differently how is it?

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thanks first. the 2nd have understand but 1st where you write packages priced differently how is it?

On this Gig, you’re offering the installation of a theme plus demo content for $15:

https://www.fiverr.com/webeeing/setup-any-wordpress-theme-exactly-like-demo

And on this Gig, you’re offering the same (?), but it’s priced at $25:

https://www.fiverr.com/webeeing/install-a-word-press-and-setup-any-free-theme-like-its-demo

That’s confusing… So, better delete one and focus on one Gig (especially when both Gigs are almost identical). You can edit your Gigs anytime if necessary.

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I got my first order after seven days, mostly buyers buy new seller gigs with low price but your tagline should be meaningful., Description should be in detail and you should also include all your services in detail. Title should be unique to impress buyers and also include unique images in gallery.

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