You might not want to hear this, but it is not Fiverr’s responsibility to promote your gig, and ensure that you get sales. That’s YOUR responsibility. What have YOU been doing to help people find your gig? You can market and promote your gig, take out targeted ads on Facebook or other social media platforms, blog about your gig, make it part of a helpful strategy on other forums, run ads in newspapers, start a promotional Youtube channel… there are lots of things you can do with the goal of earning more orders. Don’t expect Fiverr to make it happen for you. That’s not Fiverr’s job. If you want customers, Fiverr wants you to learn how to reach out and connect to those customers on your own. Those are YOUR gigs, after all. I can assure you, established sellers are not the only sellers with gigs at the top of search results. The established sellers that you see there, though, are there because they have been taking actions to be worthy of being listed at the top of those search results. Any seller can gain sales. But it’s not going to happen for the sellers that just sit back and complain about the other sellers who are TAKING ACTION to be worthy of sales. If you want sales, take action and make it happen. Really man, I 5 years here reading your posts and you’re always support Fiverr… Are you serious?? We paying 20% of our sales to Fiverr and WE are responsible to pay for ads??? Are you listening to yourself?