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  1. The factors which plays important role in making an effective gigs are Firstly, your gig must tell the buyer about your services at first glance, so use proper terms in your gigs with a professional picture of yourself. secondly, use proper keywords with proper sentencing. Make an attractive description. Lastly, provide a better package then others
    14 points
  2. Hello everyone ! https://www.fiverr.com/users/saraflora Now i'm Level One , thank you Fiverr & thank you to all my Ex-Buyers
    12 points
  3. Ah, so now you learned to be critical to the information that you read 😉 especially from the person that has zero orders and zero reviews. Editing your gig for impressions doesn’t make any sense whatsoever. Every time you edit your gig it might be taken out of search and it might take a couple of days for it to come back.
    11 points
  4. Some Useful Tips For Fiverr : 1. Be online for maximum time 2. Share your gigs on social media platforms. 3. Send all 10 buyer requests every day. 4. Add foreign languages in profile. 5. Never edit anything when you are ranked or getting orders. 6. Ping your old clients wisely. 7. Dont miss a chance 8. Try to get good avg. selling price. 9. Try to get atleast 98% order completion rate. 10. Try to get atleast 4.9 star rating. 10. Avoid cancellations. Best Wishes
    10 points
  5. If you're struggling with a low conversion rate (people click but don't buy) you have to look at why. Is your gig description good enough? Do you have a great gig video that tells the buyer exactly why they should pick you and what makes you different from the thousands of other sellers in your category? Do you have a great value proposition? (A value offer is a well-thought-out service that adds to the value of your gig, helping you to beat the competition, because the buyer will see you as the best option). You have to stand out from all the other sellers on the platform; otherwise, you're just another new seller, among thousands of other new sellers trying to compete. Differentiate yourself. That's how you land sales. Here are a few ways to improve the conversion rate of your gig that you can use right now: A/B-testing: precisely what it sounds like. Test which gig title and description work best for you. You can also test different thumbnails and gig videos to see which one converts better. Test one thing at a time; otherwise, you won't know what made the difference. Have a compelling value proposition: Make sure the buyer knows right away why they should buy from you and not someone else. Make it short, sweet, and put it at the top of your gig description and the beginning of your gig video. You only have a couple of seconds to catch the buyers attention. Use them well. Make sure you stand out: for your value proposition to have any real value, it must stand out from your competition. Analyze what successful sellers in your category are doing. Don't copy them, but use them for inspiration to create your own value proposition. Ask yourself "What makes me and what I offer different and better?" Skip the marketing jargon and fancy buzzwords: I wrote about this in a topic yesterday. Click here to read it, and learn why buzzwords can be a turn-off to your buyers. Remember that you're writing for real people, so keep your feet planted firmly on the ground. Address doubts: every buyer has doubts! You need to address them. It could be your price, or maybe they aren't sure if your service will work well for them. Know what those doubts are, and make sure you address them to make the buyer feel safe. Avoid spelling errors, bad grammar and syntax errors: If your English is bad, you'll scare away buyers. Make sure you can communicate clearly. Use tools like Grammarly to improve your grammar, but there's no substitute for actually knowing a language. Make it easy to understand what you're selling: don't dress it up too much. Make it clear from the get-go what's included, and be specific but quick about it. Get rid of distracting elements: if your gig thumbnail, video or description is full of distracting elements, it can be a huge turn-off for your buyer. Avoid filling your description with complicated formatting, emojis, icons and so on. Keep your thumbnails clean and attention-grabbing. The same goes for your gig videos, titles, and communication elsewhere on the platform. I hope this helps if you are struggling with low conversion rates on Fiverr! Following these tips has had a real impact on my own business, and I've tested and implemented each one of them on my way to becoming a successful seller.
    10 points
  6. No it will not. You are allowed to sell your services at any price. However as we advices you you should be careful with people that try to reduce your price by 4 times. If you are ok doing the work for 5$ then it’s ok, but usually those clients are the most problematic ones.
    10 points
  7. Here is a summary of what I have experienced in my Fiverr seller life. Learn your skills and become an expert. It's important to know about updating the skills that you are constantly working on Communication must be professional. Be patient You must learn something new every day.
    10 points
  8. Facing Mother Nature can sometimes be frightening. It can create sorrow, loss, pain, and even death. As I'm writing this, the volcano on our neighbouring island of La Palma is spewing out lava. It's destroying everything in its way towards the coast. At least one hundred homes have been devastated, 5000 evacuated. In a way, I wish I was there. As a journalist, I'd like nothing more than to be in the middle of sorrow, pain and destruction. It's my nature. At the same time, I'm glad I'm safe on another island since my wife is pregnant and expecting in just a few short weeks. Then again, I'm sure some of the evacuees who have lost their homes would be happy to switch places with me right now. Luckily, we need not worry here on Gran Canaria - for now. One day, Mount Teide - an even bigger volcano - will erupt. Let's just say that's an eruption I'd rather not be here to witness. While watching a video of lava eating someones home, it struck me just how tiny we are. How dispensable. How weak. We build massive skyscrapers, roads, houses, ships... We like to think we're in control. But the truth is, if Mother Nature wants to eat your house in a blaze of molten rock, she can. She will. And there's nothing you can do to stop it. My thoughts are with my island neighbours today.
    9 points
  9. Greetings! Hope you all doing well,i'm just want to motivate NEW sellers ,who can't get any order. Do hardwork make your gig description and image attractive.add more FAQs,try to active on fiverr more than 15 hours,if your impressions are going down edit the description and gig image then you can see the results and most important believe in yourself you will definitely get orders soon:-) Just keep patience better days are coming.❤️
    9 points
  10. Hi all! I've joined the site a few years ago but never created a gig, but have now decided it's something I want to invest in! My main thing is creating regular expressions (regex). I feel it might be a bit of a niche and a quite a few other sellers are also starting at the 5$ minimum, so I am really not sure how to get my first few orders 😖 So I guess any feedback and advice would be nice (adding my profile here)! I am also happy to join this community! 👋😄
    9 points
  11. Ok, so you're ready to set up a new gig on Fiverr. You want your gig description to sound smart and intelligent! So you put in a couple of buzzwords and some marketing jargon to impress your buyers. But hold on! You might be doing a mistake! First, here's what I mean by marketing jargon and buzzwords: They are pointless fancy-sounding fillers meant to replace real meaning. You think it sounds smart, but you're alianating your buyer when using this top-down style of communication. Here's an example from a Fiverr gig I came across earlier today: "I utilize creativity-driven mindfullness to present upstanding brands by connecting emotional stories with driven clients." It sounds like something taken straight from a bad "about us" page written by some pompous dude in a rental suit. And it's completely meaningless. After reading that sentence, I still don't know what the seller does. I know he's trying to impress me with fancy words, sure, but frankly, I'm just as confused as I was before reading it. He could have just written "I use top-down buzzwords to sound smarter than you. That way, you'll think you need my stuff, and pay me more than it's worth for it". So let this post be a clear narrative for amitious sellers looking to build consumer-driven actions in a game-changing world of global influencers leading the differentiation by challenging your core business strategy. Or in other words: Learn from this if you want to be a successful seller. Buzzwords ain't cool, man. (Ok, so you can use them, SPARINGLY! But if you want to be clear in your business communication, stop talking down to people, because you might end up alienating your buyers instead of attracting them.) "Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication." - Leonardo DaVinci
    8 points
  12. Hello, I’m Architect Reaz, I’m a professional architect graduated from state university of Bangladesh. I have six years of experience in Exterior Interior and Landscape design. Sustainable, User friendly, Economical factor and Fully functional are the key point of my design. I’m ready to provide you perfect solution and most functional planning on you site or your interior space by 2d and 3d designs. I can also provide any type of 2d architectural drafting by using auto cad software and 3d modeling with realistic rendering by using auto desk 3d max with v-ray software. my Gigs : https://www.fiverr.com/share/EjYRoq
    8 points
  13. Hello Everyone, Finally completed 300 order. Alhamdulillah for everything. Keep me in your prayer. Thank you all
    8 points
  14. I've joined Fiverr in May and since then I'm doing great on Fiverr and enjoying the bidding process. Since I've join Fiverr I'm able to grab many customers on chat and able to resolve the issues. I'm a Professional WordPress designer and developer over 3+years of experience in building e Commerce, woo Commerce and Shopify websites. you can check out my gigs. Thanks.
    8 points
  15. Hello everybody here some tips for Buyers. 1) Read carefully the description of the gig you want to purchase 2) Don't hire at once if the description says "please contact me first before placing an order" (or anything like that) 3) You might be looking for something that you think is the best but remember the seller should know how to do his work, consider his suggestions too 4) Be patience, never rush or pressure the seller to deliver the project before the time stipulated 5) Respect the limits, if the sellers has their gig paused don't insist (4 buyers almost forced me to work with them even after I said I have already lot of work and can't accept more) 6) Don't ask for free revisions if the order already was marked as completed (happened to me once) 7) In middle of the order don't ask for something different that requested at first
    7 points
  16. While this wasn't meant for me, it is worth noting that, when I read this, my initial response (in my head) was, "it's hot there". 😛 Anyway, carry on. I too, an interested in hearing smash's response....
    7 points
  17. This exactly. Once you edit your gig, it won't appear on search results for many hours, probably a couple of days. Think really well your gig before create it. Publish it, and let it go.
    7 points
  18. WRONG Being active/online more time on Fiverr will not ensure you any order.
    7 points
  19. Today I'm going to become a Veteran. This big achievement will give me many days of success and for sure, it will make me richer than richest rich people! Congress me! Jokes aside: I just thought that it's again time to remind everyone: your forum rank/activity has nothing to do with your rank on Fiverr. I see the same questions getting posted daily on the forum, the same people congosolessissing eachother, and spamming "thank you" to anything and everything. Many of them do this because they think being active on the forum has some sort of effect on their business on Fiverr. The only way you're going to get anything out of the forum that will improve your business is if you read and learn from more experienced sellers. But who cares. Today I'm becoming a Veteran! So congos to me, myself and I, for making it this far.
    6 points
  20. I have just completed 22 orders and 22 reviews. Some tips: 1) For the new sellers, target the low competition keyword. 2) use an eye-catching gig image to attract a buyer 3) Always try to maintain good relations with buyers 4) Understand buyer needs.
    6 points
  21. This is only a part of the business strategy. In Fiverr, there are lots of buyers from different levels. Few clients look for cheap price services to match their budget, some go with high prices as needed for reliability, quality, and trust. As an individual, so many of us can't understand the term of the levels of the buyer. I can understand that some people struggle hard to get started in Fiverr and most of them choose cheap pricing to get started with a common thought of increasing the chances to get orders. But, I also see that a large number of new sellers with cheap pricing have intermediate levels of skills actually. Sometimes we are in confusion by watching cheap pricing from a very well reputed seller! But the actual scenario is different. To establish your business and grow to the next level, you should know the audience, customers, buyers of the business world. There are different levels of buyers/businesses in the business world. And each buyer/business have their own budget, own requirements and own choice, etc. If I label them based on the budget, there are a couple of levels. So each price has its own audience, buyers, and competitors. So, when you set your gig price at $5, a buyer from a level over $50, will not show interest to take your service usually. Only the buyers from the $5~$20 level will reach you to meet their budget or save some money. Also, once you change your service price, the buyer level group will be changed, as well as the competitor will be changed too. Hence, if you have a great strategy of business, skills, and results, you don't have to be worried to see the changes at the very beginning stage after the changes. If you think, what will be the best way to set your gig price, I will ask you to follow this: Know your skill level and quality. Target your business/buyer level. Match your gig image, description, and etc. related to your price. If you want to increase the gig price to a different level, i.e. $10 to $50, $100 or above, I will ask you to follow this: Is your gig match your skills, work quality, support? A soft reminder, once you change your service price, the buyer level will be changed, as well as the competitor will be changed too. Hence, if you don't have a great strategy of business, skills, and results, you may fail to survive or grow smoothly. Also, remember that the challenge of the changes in the level of buyers and competitors is dynamic. Where Challenge difficulties are higher for cheap pricing and fewer for high pricing services. In real practice, so many increase gig price to receive less order to avoid overbooking. I think, few of the established individuals, especially agencies, follow the strategy. They focus on their targeted level, offer to price like that way. It's nothing bad. Thank you. Seven_Sign
    6 points
  22. Hi there. I'm Horipoda Roy and I'm a Professional Graphics Designer. If you want to design any Graphics Design, contact me...…. Here is my profile link: https://www.fiverr.com/horipodaroy
    6 points
  23. About prices I think that the "normal" prices I saw on Fiverr in different categories are way too low for the importance of the products sold. I think there should be a minimum depending the categories, but as example $5 prices should be only for casual or demos (as example singing an happy birthday). I don't think these are professional products, so $5 is ok for me. But the real professional products, well, there should be a minimum limit.
    6 points
  24. Millions of people have photoshop skills. What can you do better than they do? What do you LOVE to do in Photoshop? Practice that and makes a gig where you are the BEST at something instead of just another background cut out editor. Sharpen your skills until they gleam. It's hard to get an order when your gigs look like everyone else. Find your specialty.
    6 points
  25. No 24 hours on Fibber isn't enough dear sister in law! You have to be 26/8, if no u rank down day by day :D
    6 points
  26. Fiverr's search results are fluid, which means they are constantly changing. Shortly after the pandemic hit, Fiverr's number of sellers tripled. Therefore, we all must take turns being on the first search pages. Editing your gig is a good thing if it clarifies your offerings for your buyers and makes it easier for them to order. That being said, it takes from 24 to 48 hours to appear in the search again after editing your gig. If you want to show your appreciation for my answer, please use an emoji.
    6 points
  27. When I visit "sent offers" page, I can read only the text I wrote for the customer, but there is no link to the GIG. What do customers see when they recieve the offer? Can customers visit the very GIG I attached? Or no
    6 points
  28. If you want to ask for tips you have to post under the Improve My Gig category. Buyer requests get shown for a short period of time for new sellers. A buyer request gets removed from display for new sellers after 10 offers have been made on that request by 10 sellers with no levels.
    6 points
  29. Keep extending it. That's not going to look bad for you. You are trying to communicate. That's not your fault. And in the meantime, reach out to customer service for some help. The one time that happened to me they ended up contacting the buyer for me and he finally responded. It will be okay.
    6 points
  30. I never choose my tools based on the popularity 😉 Fiverr is a good tool for me that is maximising my working time rather than selling and applying for jobs. It works for me because buyers can read my gig description and place an order even without long discussions with me. I don’t have to spend hours of my precious time browsing through jobs and trying to guess which one I should apply for.
    6 points
  31. You get orders if you're good at what you do and know how to showcase it. This forum is a deep well of knowledge, so I recommend that you search and read on the forum, because thousands of sellers have asked about the same already. :)
    6 points
  32. Yes, probably I'm a Top Buyer, not just a Seller. So why not telling you a couple of tips? exactly one important tip which I consider fundamental: - relationship Means when you deal with a seller, not just demand this or that. Try to create a relationship. I know it's difficult with chat and so far away, but it's important. The seller relaxes and can deliver a quality product. At the same time, you can be part of his creativity with your ideas. At the end the product will be also something yours, not just a bought product.
    5 points
  33. Successfully completed 50th order
    5 points
  34. I got my first Order here on fiverr. It has been a great experience.Looking forward for more orders
    5 points
  35. I getting some impressions and few click in my gigs but i am not getting any order. Could anyone help me improve my gig. Here is my gig links -https://www.fiverr.com/share/amb3pp, https://www.fiverr.com/share/vy9xEA, https://www.fiverr.com/share/amb3o8 forgive me if I have made any mistake and feel free to advice me. Thanks
    5 points
  36. I wouldn't worry too much about that. The Obama's just spent $12 million to live 50 feet from the Atlantic.
    5 points
  37. I just joined in mid August 2021 and got 2 orders in last 2 month. Now I am getting good impressions and descent clicks, but still not enough order. Can anyone tell is it usual?
    5 points
  38. Would you mind showing me the way how to get first order on fiverr for SEO? Your Regards!
    5 points
  39. Its devastating to see. Add on to the fact with everything else that is going on in the world. How far off are you from that island? I hope you and your loved ones are safe.
    5 points
  40. Hello, Hope y'all doing Great! My name is Vinod and I'm a Professional WordPress designer and developer with 4+years of experience in building different sorts of websites including Shopify, e Commerce, e Learning and Business Oriented. I'm new on fiverr but not in this field. I'm just here for individual opinions regarding my gigs. In this way I could able to know the flaws in my gigs and able to give it better dimension, Please advice me wisely. below are the links. Thanks https://www.fiverr.com/silvertech1337/wordpress-website-migration-and-backup , https://www.fiverr.com/silvertech1337/convert-psd-to-wordpress , https://www.fiverr.com/silvertech1337/create-wordpress-woocommerce-store , https://www.fiverr.com/silvertech1337/develop-static-website-for-your-company Best Regards, Vinod
    5 points
  41. Everyone can succeed in freelancing but it takes patience and a lot of work. My first order (5+ years ago) was placed after dozens of well written buyer requests. You should ask yourself if the offers you send are actually worth reading from a client perspective. What I mean is that many freelancers copy-paste the same text over and over again without even reading or understanding the client's needs. As long as your offers are well thought and you're really interested in that particular project, the results will definitely come out. 💪
    5 points
  42. No. Other than you working for peanuts and possibly being treated like a doormat (those who ask for such discounts are rarely grateful if they get them, they are more likely to be pushy and overdemanding and turn the whole experience into a nightmare), no. Those who ask for such discounts always come up with an excuse...the question is, if they can only afford $5, why are they contacting you? Why didn't they go straight to a seller who offers that kind of service for $5? No. It might affect your sense of self-worth, but it's unlikely to affect your gig ranking.
    5 points
  43. Hi! I'm new to the forums and am returning after a long hiatus. A lot has changed on here and it feels like a totally new website!
    5 points
  44. Me, too. Before I started doing Fiverr I did some of those crowdsourcing websites, like 99Designs. Wow what a giant and demoralizing waste of time that was, even the few times I managed to win something. But it gave me a taste of what it could be like to be picked to work. Main reasons I like Fiverr versus other freelance sites - I'm not going to compete against anyone for anything ever, because I have no interest in billing hourly and I like having a hard deadline.
    5 points
  45. It doesn't appear to be any different than usual. Perhaps you aren't taking the necessary steps to connect to your target customers and earn orders. I wish people would stop blaming the "pandemic" for them not having orders. If anything, online freelancing has GROWN during 2020-2021, since our services are entirely online, and more people are either home, or reshaping their own businesses for a more digitalized world economy. It is unwise to try to blame other people or things for your own lack of success. If orders are down, find creative ways to increase them. Find better, and more fruitful ways to connect to the exact people who need the services you offer. YOU are responsible for earning your orders. It is not Fiverr's job to make sure you have orders to work on. That's not how freelancing works.
    5 points
  46. “Congratulations and best wishes for your next adventure!
    5 points
  47. congratulations for the achievements
    5 points
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