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krheate

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  1. Hi there! So your conversion rate is basically - out of all the people that clicked on your gigs, how many of them actually purchased that gig. I remember as a new seller, my conversion rate was pretty low too. You are a brand new seller (as your profile shows that you joined Fiverr in June), so it’ll take time to establish yourself on Fiverr. As for me, my conversion rate began to increase once I received more orders from new buyers. Some things that might help increase your conversion rate: adding to your gig gallery so that the buyer has more visual examples of what they will be purchasing and updating your gig descriptions to make them more appealing to the buyer.
  2. If the promoted option stopped working, that means that you no longer meet all of the requirements. And since your gig isn’t being promoted anymore, that’s probably why your gig is not ranked as high in the search results. Here are the promoted gig requirements: -You are a Level 1, Level 2, or Top Rated or Pro seller. -Your Gig scores are 4.7 in the public rating. -Your Gig has at least 20 reviews. Pro Gigs require only 5 reviews. -You meet additional quality metrics.
  3. I do. When I first got Fiverr, I decided to take the PayPal route because I thought it would be the easiest. I've tried to see if there was any way I could withdraw directly to my bank account, but I wasn't able to find an option for that, so I stuck with PayPal.
  4. Ice cream, boba tea, and watermelon are definitely top contenders!
  5. Buyers are not obliged to leave the reviews, and asking for a positive review can result in a warning! And even if they didn’t leave a public review, they could’ve still left a private one.
  6. Conversion rate is the number of people that ordered your gig after clicking on it. Suppose 10 people clicked on your gig to look at it, but only 5 people ended up ordering - your conversion rate would be 50%.
  7. Haha! I read it with the SpongeBob time card voice 😂
  8. Same! I never really notice what country any of my buyers are from unless I see that there’s a huge time zone difference (for buyers on the other side of the world).
  9. Your top 2 gigs are relating to WordPress - a category with over 100K sellers! This means you have to find a way to stand out from your competition and make your gig more appealing to buyers!
  10. Because of the cancellation dispute, something might have triggered the system to reset the 3 day delivery time after the dispute was resolved. I would just wait a day or so and if the order is still not marked as automatically complete, then contact Fiverr CS. Just something to keep in mind for the future - if you are working on a revision, make sure that the order is in revision status to prevent miscommunication or so that the buyer doesn’t claim that you never revised their order as requested. hope this helps!
  11. You’ll need 9 more 5-star reviews in order to have an overall review of 5 stars for that gig.
  12. We’re just sellers & buyers on the Forum, so we don’t know exactly how the algorithm ranks gigs. However, based on what I’ve read in the Forum, editing your gig will temporarily remove it from the search results until the gig is approved once again. Then, it’ll return back to the search results - probably close to where it used to be.
  13. what exactly did they let you know? That's what I'm thinking - maybe people have multiple accounts? Or maybe a course instructor on YouTube or someone like that mentioned there might be video verifications. (quoted above where they said a "top rated" freelancer told them)
  14. All your gigs are WordPress related, which is one of the more competitive categories, so that's something to account for. I would just work on making your gigs better and see what you can improve on because you had a couple reviews that weren't 5 stars. Check out what your competitors are doing, and try to stand out from them.
  15. Your gigs are in categories with over 10K sellers, meaning you need to find a way to stand out from your competition! In addition, you've only been on Fiverr for 2 months, so it might take some time for you to establish yourself! I would recommend doing some research in the Forum, especially in the Tips for Sellers category, because you can find some important info and key tips on how to become a successful seller. For starters, here's an amazing post that basically covers everything: https://community.fiverr.com/forums/topic/282146-how-to-be-successful-on-fiverr-common-questions-answered-and-a-collection-of-great-posts-that-helped-me-achieve-trs/
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