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  1. A trick many retailers use, which we as Fiverr sellers can utilize too, is "decoy pricing." What is that, you ask? It's the practice of introducing a higher-priced top-tier package to make your mid-tier one seem more reasonable. Here's an example: Suppose you want to sell a package for 100USD, which is your most expensive package. Fewer people will order it because the package next to it costs less. But if you introduce a top-tier package for 500 dollars and charge 100USD for the mid-tier, it makes it appear more affordable. It's still the same deal. But it looks more appealing. Clients are more likely to choose the mid-tier package if you make it seem like a great deal. By pricing your mid-tier at the rate you'd like to earn per order and adding a more expensive top-tier package, you'll sell more of the mid-tier one. Studies have backed this up. So if you want to make a higher-priced package appear as the best option, put an even more expensive package next to it.
  2. If we write SEO related pricing details and FAQ section, does it help to rank our gig? Is this a myth or the right way?
  3. I am new at the platform, but I'm having a hard time to gain clients for my services. How can I atract more eyes towards my job? Any tips?
  4. I joined fiver since almost a year, and even if I believe that my services are of good quality I got only three costumers. Two of them told me that my prices were too low compared to the quality of the delivery, and both insisted to pay a little more and tip. I understand that maybe I've just met two really nice and kind costumers, and that I might not be so lucky in the future, but while during this year i believed that my bad results were caused by a lack of visibility and a preview galllery which could honestly use some work, I started to think that maybe the low prices made clients unconfortable. Do they think I'm scamming them? Is it possible that they directly expect highter prices when they're looking for a good work? I should probably add that I'm an artist, and i sell semi-realistic or pictoric illustrations of animals and characters. I work many hours on them but since I have a really small "audience" I didn't feel entitled to a proper payment. (I'll add some examples of my drawings below, they costed $15 each) What are your experiences and tips?
  5. Hello there 🙂 I am a new seller and am in the process of setting up my first gig. When faced with the option to set a price point for each tier of the service I'm offering, I was surprised to discover that the option is only available to set this up in intervals of 5 -- so $5, $10, $15, etc. Others, I see, have their price point set at completely self-determined amounts. Is this part of being a new seller, perhaps, in that the opportunity to set self-determined amounts will open up to me later? While I'll work with it because I'm flexible and don't mind taking the Beginner's Journey (in fact, I feel excited to set out; I've worked very hard to create a unique skill-set that offers value to others!), I'd like to better understand how Fiverr is set up to work. Many thanks for any information anyone is able to provide!
  6. Hello, I'm relatively new. Im struggling to come up a price on a particular gig. I am to confirm a list of 10 things for items in Public Domain. It's all that hard. A little time consuming. I don't want to shoot change my abilities but I also don't want the buyer to think I'm trying to rip them off either. Please advise?. Thanks
  7. When A buyer submits his work proposal with a fixed budget, can I send him offer with a higher price?
  8. Hi, I have three GIGs for different services. One of the GIG when clicked shows the Contact Seller button under pricing that my customers/buyer can click and easily chat with me for any order BUT other two GIGs don't have Contact Seller button but instead it has a box written "Do you have any special requirements?" and under that is Get a Quote button that opens the order window directly. Can anyone please guide me how to enable Contact Seller button and how to get rid of this Get a Quote button?
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