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earthenfervor

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  1. I actually think your description is fine aside from a little fine tuning, if you wanted…now I am not very familiar with this niche but I think part of the problem may be that a lot of your gigs seem redundant. The gig that you posted here, while it is for “Amazon assistant”, it offers pretty much every service you can do, which you ALSO have divided into individual gigs, like your “SEO optimization” and such…so I would take a look at all your gigs collectively and maybe do some title changes, just to make it more clear what you are offering in each gig and how that differs from your other gigs. I just think your titles may be a bit confusing and throw people off to what service(s) they actually need. Does this make sense? Again, not in this niche and never seen a gig offering Amazon services before; however, I looked at the gigs related to yours and they all seem to say the same things- which helped me realize some of the words in your description may in fact be SEO optimized as it is (which I didn’t recognize at first). BUT I would still take another look at your keywords and how they are set up in all your titles, if you do decide to tweak them. Try to think of words that are still relevant to your services, but are maybe a little more unique/make you stand out from the crowd!! I’m sure you can come up with something more grand and cohesive when it comes to your titles, considering the services you offer! Remember that your gig image also gives a lot of specifics on what you offer, and some information is better left for the bio! It’s just a matter of fine tuning which words are really best! Just one other little tip, and to be fair I did not do deep researching into your niche here but this applies across the field. Take a look at your prices and potentially lower them for some time, solely to start attracting more orders. When you have more clientele and reviews, then I would up the prices again. So for example, in the gig you posted your second package is $70 for 7 days of assistance, whereas you charge $10 for a “full day”. It may be more appealing to change your second package to $60 or even $65 to make it look like customers are getting a deal for 7 days and not paying the same base price per day that they would if they went with package one. This may be the thing that helps you most, as I did look through some of the other pricing of your competition. Now, I’m not saying to sell yourself or your services short…but sometimes we have to flow with the market and what will really convert the buyers. When it comes to ranking and editing your gig…don’t worry about that. It will not be lost forever, and likelihood is when you’re able to pinpoint and fix what’s turning people away or causing them not to click/convert, your impressions will skyrocket. In my own experience I was terrified to make much needed updates to my gigs because I thought I would lose all my progress…well, afterwards my impressions and clicks doubled in under a day! Just give it a lot of thought and when you go in to adjust one thing on a gig, just make sure you revamp everything you want to at once so you don’t need to keep editing and wonking with where you show up in search. Hope this is helpful, best of luck!! -Taz 😊
  2. Hello there! I see you are new to the forum and likely not had the chance to look around and use this resource properly. Yes, you can promote your gig here in My Fiverr Experience> My Fiverr Gigs category only here on the forum. However, most of us are sellers like you and aren’t looking to buy services. A more productive route to go would be using the search option at the top of the page to find tips and tricks to improve your gig. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, you could always make your own post…but there is a plethora of information already posted here in the forum. Please take the time to review Forum Rules and Community Standards Community Standards & Forum Rules - 2020 As well as thoroughly read Fiverr’s Terms of Service. This is the first step to success. Happy selling, Taz
  3. I have only have 13 individual badges (no duplicates), but I have only been a member of the forum for 12 days… So at about a badge a day I could catch up to some of you in approximately…a year and a half, give or take? 😂 and by then, ya’ll will have a thousand badges. :rofl: But I don’t really care the number, I just know I get excited every time I earn a new one 😇
  4. Hi there! So to clarify, under specific circumstances links to personal gigs are also allowed in the >Improve My Gig category? Thanks in advance for your guidance! -Taz
  5. This is just pure procrastination. I really need to get around to writing one as one of my main gigs is biography writing so it’s not a great look 😂 Though at the end of the day it comes down to reviews and ranking more than anything which is why I haven’t really bothered with it yet. Maybe it will improve my likelihood of getting rated TRS though so I should probably get to it haha. Yeahhh just do it! There’s character limits anyways I’m sure it won’t take as much of a chunk of time as you’re expecting it to! Plus, there’s not too much else left for you to improve on, I’d say!
  6. Yeah totally not worth it. I’d be furious if I paid that much. What’s kind of sad is that if this artist had just compiled their absolute best work and listed gigs for much more reasonable prices that they probably would have still gotten sales and grown their skill/portfolio…but then much less sad because they’re clearly not deserving of it if they’re willing to steal and scam their way there instead 😅
  7. Branding for businesses (mostly) and artists in the music industry Just took a peek at your profile…major kudos to you. It’s very clear to see why you’re successful! Great images that relate as well as a variety of very specific services…well done 👏 also interesting that you have such a short bio but it’s completely effective. Too cool to see!
  8. Nnnooooo no no uh-uhhhh this needs to be resolved ASAP. I’m surprised you didn’t include this information already out of pure fury. Any word from CS? 🤕
  9. This one is very elaborate so be ready to read for this one. The author also has specific points categorized in a very helpful way if you don’t feel you need to read through every single tip! And a couple more I have found helpful! Best wishes, Taz! How can I forget! I mentioned above about Fiverr’s “new” algorithm. You can read up on this theory on this post…definitely wouldn’t skip this one, sooo helpful in being in touch/having as much control as possible with what’s going on in the inner-workings of Fiverr.
  10. To be transparent with you, I am still quite the newbie here myself! I have engaged like crazy in the forum and have my nose in research articles every single day…so I feel confident enough to share some of the things I have learned with others just starting out. As far as your niche, I think Website Content/Creation is perfectly fine in terms of being concise. If you have other more “specific” services or talents in this industry, you could always compile a gig and just see how it goes! The main benefit I have found with specificity/ uniqueness of a gig is simply lowering some of the competition from others who “do it all!”. This way, if you have a gig specific to maybeee teaching some basic coding skills to baby sites who want to learn on their own, this could potentially separate you from the competition, who doesn’t offer such a specific service. I am trialing this on my own as well in the Creative Writing and Printables niches, but like in everything you have to find a balance. It’s annoying, but you can’t be too specific or too unique in the way that it complicates things for the buyer. Does this make sense? From what I’ve seen the answer to who gets conversions and when is really…difficult. It depends on a lot of different factors including your niche market, the look/sound of your gigs and profile, SEO or specific keywords that are proven to attract traffic…as well as Fiverr’s new algorithm that gives newer accounts a greater fighting chance with fair gig rotations (i.e. some newbies have found themselves in the first few pages with no orders or reviews, whilst a lot of top sellers lately have gone in a panic finding themselves on the last page…it’s all about Fiverr’s new algorithm) Thanks for linking your gig! For some strange reason when I searched your name no results. Firstly, I will say that I noticed you have two gigs for essentially the exact same listing. From what I have seen, this is never really helpful. In actuality, it can stunt traffic from reaching your gigs! My suggestion for this is either taking one down, or brainstorming on what other type of service you may have the know-how to offer in your niche (as discussed above) and replacing one! Secondly, I realize the intent of your gig name, you want people to know everything you can do…but sometimes this is better left for your gig description! If you could think of something more concise that still covers majority of your skill set (i.e.I will Register and Design you Website with Effective SEO). You are offering SEO services to your customers, so you know their importance! Try to think outside of the box a bit with your keywords, think about how YOU would type when searching for this type of service. I personally would definitely like to know the SEO would be effective, and I really like that you go in depth about registering domain and such, so that may be an important aspect to stay. BUT (a big but!) I am admittedly not in this niche and have not done niche-specific research here. Use discretion with this advice, I definitely think the title could use improvement in some way, but maybe you have a better idea! Final comment on your gigs, I think it is excellent you were able to include a video. I hear this is an extremely helpful way to bring traffic to your gig and essentially “smiled upon” by Fiverr. If have one myself if I felt it was in any way relevant to my services…or if I could even create one 😂 great bio and descriptions! Also, it may be against Forum rules to post your gig or profile on your profile…I will link Forum Rules to you at the end of this post, as far as I know the only place you can post your gigs is My Fiverr Experience > My Fiverr Gigs and only if you created the post…hence you may wanna move this thread, I think you have it in >Improve My Gig which is close enough imo, but may raise a red flag to moderators! Make certain to also review Fiverr ToS in depth if you haven’t…there are a lot of stipulations. OH! And another touch on the traction, from my personal experience. I have had my gigs up on Fiverr for approximately two weeks and am up to 147 impressions and 6 clicks, with one inquiry (unfortunately not a conversion yet) on my Poetry Writing gig…I hear this is pretty great progress, so potentially something to give you an idea. Currently working on a blog in order to hopefully bring in outside traffic. Here are some helpful links for you 🙂 Ruuuuuullleess This one is very elaborate so be ready to read for this one. The author also has specific points categorized in a very helpful way if you don’t feel you need to read through every single tip! And a couple more I have found helpful! Best wishes, Taz!
  11. Hey there! I will link you to some potentially helpful posts in a moment! These should help you get kickstarted as well as understand a little more about Fiverr and what aspects are important for sales here, as compared to in-person/locally. I will suggest looking into which social media platforms (if you haven’t already) to expand your ideas and services to…this could even apply/link up with your local services if they are similar, or the same!! While you may not need it there as much, the Internet community is much more particular than Our Communities, as there’s ten-fold competition. So think of a way to stand out! Secondly, an extremely important aspect of online marketing is identifying your “niche”. If you are unfamiliar with this term, it basically means the main topic(s) of the content you create. Some examples of niches here on Fiverr are Writing and Graphic Design, which have subcategories as well! Best to be as specific as you can with your niche(s) to ensure you are marketing to and connecting with the proper people seeking your type of service. It’s good you have another income, as Fiverr can sometimes take a while to take off for individuals…I’m sure you are no stranger to some hard work 😊 I’ll try to locate your profile and see if I can give you any tips from there, as well as link you to those other helpful forum threads in my next post! Best of luck, Taz
  12. Just make sure you don’t sacrifice on quality 😃 It took me a lot of tial an error, but I’ve managed to finally refine the perfect balance between speed and quality 🙂 A helpful reminder however, for the future when I may have a bit more ton handle…never sacrifice the quality…unless you want your sales to go right back down, I suppose! Glad you got there and found that balance! Do you mind if I ask what niche(s) you create for? 🙂
  13. Wooonderful observation! This is definitely extremely useful to have trial tested, especially since there are a lot of new “features” per se to this new algorithm that even experienced users have no way of knowing without this type of research. Greatly appreciated, and fantastic for you being up-to-your-ears in orders!!! Now I just have to get an order to get it done at Sonic speed 😎 thanks again! Best of luck, Taz
  14. Unfortunately that seems to be the case…like aforementioned in the thread, DON’T do the work without an order. That’s the only way to make your work official product to Fiverr, otherwise they will leave all mistakes on you to fix/come back from. I also noticed in your PM you mentioned a review…BIG no-no! This could instantly get you a warning on your account, or worse. If you truly have read through the ToS, try expanding research into more of Fiverr’s rules and regulations both on the website and in the forum. Sometimes there are blurred lines and discrepancies with these policies; however, I do not believe this is one of those times. Don’t let this blow discourage you, if you truly want to start your business in freelancing you need to keep moving forward when you make a mistake, or things don’t go as planned…especially on this platform. Best of luck to you, Taz
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