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  1. Hey gang! A disclaimer: The following post/article is not an official Fiverr statement. It’s a summary of my personal observations over how Fiverr works and I am sharing because I noticed that more and more sellers come here, stating that they “lost their ranking”, or claiming that their gigs are "all 5 stars" but they can't get any messages/sales. This is an effort to provide them with some answers and some food for thought. Hold up. Fiverr 3.1? I know you were probably expecting something a bit more dramatic, but this is not a brand new thesis. This is me revisiting my previous one, and updating it after seeing a few new things popping up and some previous assumptions being confirmed as either off-base or not as important as I previously thought. "Ha! I knew it, you were wrong!" Well actually no. Let me preface this by saying that I am revisiting my original thesis, not because it was proven wrong. In fact the core premise of my past article, still stands true. Fiverr favors performance, and is still trying to get a perfect match between buyers and sellers. So it's still about relevancy, performance and quality. The reason why I am revisiting the thesis is because I have stumbled upon new evidence that tell me there have been a few updates during the past two years. Not an overhaul mind you, but several "Quality of Life" updates and additions. Let's talk about indicators OK so we are all familiar with our profile's metrics. These are the actual metrics that Fiverr chose to reveal to us sellers in an attempt to provide us with some crucial performance indicators. This is actually the original system Fiverr put into place back in the "2.0" era, when it needed to be able to qualify sellers and update SERP dynamically. Fiverr 1.0 only had the thumbs up/down rating system and other than the actual level sellers and the occasional reporting/flagging by buyers for inappropriate behavior, Fiverr had very little to go on when it came to understanding who was a good freelancer and who wasn't. So it would make sense for a seller at any given time, to just look at them and go: "I must say, I am doing a jolly good job! Let me pat myself on the back before I deliver this order and get my 5.0 star review!" Right? Wrong. Two systems colliding As you can probably guess, Fiverr grew even more. And what usually happens when a company grows this much and at a certain rate, its initial systems are no longer able to keep up with growth pains that come up. So a new system was put into place. It didn't replace the old system, but it is working alongside it, in an effort to help Fiverr understand performance. This new system is essentially there to give more data points to Fiverr and help qualify certain actions. That new system started off with the "buyer satisfaction rate". That's not an unfamiliar term nowadays, as Fiverr employees started actually talking about this openly for the past year or so. I talked about this on my previous article, but now it's not just a rumor or the ramblings of a mad man, Fiverr is actually talking about this, thus confirming part of my thesis. There is a formula in place that makes sure the system get valuable information on whether a seller is performing well or not. So what's new? Well, that buyer satisfaction formula is apparently more extensive now, and a lot more complicated. Furthermore, there are now two different systems in place, working towards the same goal. One system is there to determine whether or not your profile is in good standing and then there's a different system in place that actually grades your gigs individually. (the average Fiverr seller's reaction when they hear of a new performance rating system) Now before you start grabbing your pitchforks, let me explain why that is potentially a good thing. First of all, I have been rather vocal about how this new system -no matter how imperfect it may be- is at least allowing for the possibility of recovery. So when a seller's performance slips, it just takes some time after which you are back in the game. It's a more forgiving system altogether, or it seems as it was designed to allow for more margins of error. But let's get back on track. The two systems are not fully aligned. Seems like the profile performance metrics are refreshed on a 60-day window, whereas the gig's performance metrics are calculated on a 90-day window. I don't know why that is, but a good guess would be that they are just stacking different systems on top of the old build so they can't just nuke previous choices that used to make sense 4 years ago. I am taking a deep dive into the macro-economy of the system, in an attempt to help de-mystify the issues I see popping up on the forum on a daily basis. People come here and complain that things are A-OK with their clients and reviews, but they either lost promoted gigs eligibility or their gigs are not "ranking" the same anymore. (notice the overdramatic air quotes when I mention ranking) Fiverr's systems are opaque. That's by design. So I understand that it's frustrating. But on the other hand, I have been here since 2013, where things were less complicated and you could simply piece things together by landing the right CS agent on your support ticket. And let me tell you: people used to game the living crap out of the old system. (Me after realizing public reviews are now worthless) Which is basically why Fiverr constantly makes changes. Reviews were exploited -people still to this day pressure their buyers for positive reviews-, the number of sellers exploded since 2019, and Fiverr constantly expanding across more verticals. Fiverr is trying to come up with a legitimate way to understand two main things: • Buyer behavior • Seller performance But how can one improve if the metrics are not opaque? This is where this whole "indicators" business comes in. We need to look at what the system is telling us. Stop focusing on what the system is not telling you. That was a big part of my original thesis that people focused on and tried to debunk/discredit it. I talked about speed and gave some specific examples of indicators that Fiverr has subtly left there for us to see, and people were very keen on rejecting them outright. On this update I chose not to focus on the indicators as much, as a lot of people were focusing on whether or not they existed and/or utilized by the system. Instead I want to focus on the bigger picture, and some good practices for sellers on Fiverr in 2022. This may be a good place however to brag about how I was right when I said that Fiverr likes speed and favors sellers who respond quickly. As since I made that claim in my previous article, Fiverr actually came forward with the "order response rate" which actually shows you if you responded fast enough when a new order was submitted. (me after Fiverr updated the seller's dashboard proving half of my assumptions to be RIGHT) What does this all mean for us sellers? That's a legitimate question. 1) Well first of all you need to understand that looking at your dashboard metrics and getting 5.0 star reviews from your buyers, is not giving you the whole picture anymore. (It's still important that you keep those metrics as close to perfect as possible, and not getting negative reviews should be the absolute baseline.) 2) It is also important to understand that the "Buyer satisfaction rate" dates back 90 days, so it's a delayed view on your performance. 3) It is also my understanding if multiple orders don't go that great during the same 90-day window, they stack up, meaning things will not improve for your gig's standing until at least one of them is removed from that rolling window. 4) Fiverr no longer looks for just amazing web developers, cool logo designers and Pulitzer-worthy writers when evaluating performance. In fact, Fiverr is not equipped to understand if you are delivering a high quality design or a photo-copy of mashed potatoes. Fiverr is looking for great facilitators. As a seller you should be focusing on your buyer's experience overall as much as you do on your actual craft. 5) The promoted gigs feature is not as simple as I initially suspected it to be. It's actually part of this new complex system that Fiverr has set up, as it is being fed with your gig's performance numbers constantly, in order to only promote the best gigs out there. It is also intertwined with the actual system that understands if you are relevant to what people are searching for. So when you lose eligibility and can no longer promote a gig you used to be able to promote, this is an indicator of a "buyer satisfaction rate" slip-up, most likely on a gig performance level. By then of course it's too late to act upon it, but it is an indicator nonetheless. 6) Relevancy is calculated using a more complicated formula now. ASP (average selling price) on your gigs, is also now being calculated when determining where your gig is placed on search results, past performance matters more and is actually used to project future outcomes when Fiverr matches you with buyers, and this new Fiverr briefs feature is also trying to guide buyer's behavior and eliminate the need to search altogether. 7) I noticed that the "returning buyer" metric is not just a nifty little animated badge you get on your profile to serve as a trust signal toward your prospects. It is actually a brand new metric that Fiverr uses to calculate performance. I was initially super-annoyed by it, as I am a Pro seller who has a higher barrier of entry due to pricing alone, so when I realized that Fiverr was valuing return buyers, I'm not going to lie, it felt like it was game-over for me. But I did try to assess the situation and when it became apparent to me that it's a brand new metric that Fiverr will use to evaluate me, I pivoted and adjusted my gig strategy to compensate and stay relevant. (me going back to the drawing board every time there's an algorithm update) I have a birthday cake to go to, turning 41 today, so I will try to sum things up and give you some things to think about. Fiverr is not a perfect system, nor does it try to be a fair system. (more on that on a future post) It is doing its best to evaluate millions of gigs and hundreds of thousands of active sellers, to make sure it creates a perfect match to buyers that have their credit card at hand, ready to spend money. It is constantly adding metrics, tools and data points, in an effort to perfect it formula and adapt to ever-changing buyer/seller behavior. Whether we like it or not, by being a part of this platform, we have to realize that there is a system in place and that the only way to grow as a business and be favored by this system, is to understand its rules and what the system is trying to achieve. Fiverr is making huge strides in understanding and mapping out buyer behavior, which is a good thing for us sellers. But the most complicated part of Fiverr right now, is the system trying to evaluate seller performance on so many levels. OK so I kept talking about a really complex system, without being able to dive into as much details as I would like. I also mentioned that indicators are important, but I also didn't want to have to reply to dozen of messages telling me that "there's no way the system would measure X Frank, that's totally not cool!" But I think I can share this one theory that I have, that is also a really strong indicator to anyone who is willing to research their gigs and past performance. Unfortunately, this is only for Seller Plus members, as I will mention a tool that is only available to them. So here goes. Seller plus members are able to create special discount coupons, and then offer them to their past clients, in order to create more returning buyers and a stronger relationship between vendor/client. Now here comes the important part: You can't offer coupons willy-nilly. There are apparently some metrics that won't allow you to even see a past buyer in your list when trying to send coupons. And here's my theory: Since the list of past buyers available to you is based on the past 90 days, and since there is a visual indicator right there on the UI telling you that the system picked which buyers you get to see/send the coupons to, what if this is a good way to look into past buyers and figuring out what the system won't tell you: A) either which type of buyer was a good match for your selling profile or B) which past orders affected your buyer satisfaction rate. I am not in any way suggesting that you should rush on your coupons dashboard and try to look at that list to find out which buyers may have left a less than positive exit survey. That's not the case. I am simply saying that if Fiverr is trying to create great matches, and then it sort of/kind of tells you who wasn't a great match, maybe you can put the missing pieces together and see how you can improve moving forward. This has not been proven, nor have I discussed this with anyone on Fiverr. (I don't think I want to do that) I am bringing this up just to give you an example of what an existing indicator may be. Fiverr won't give you the formula, or a straight answer of how performance is calculated, but there are strong indicators peppers in throughout the UI telling you what Fiverr is looking for. Long post over. Welcome to Fiverr 3.1. As always, I am here to answer any questions and feel free to share your experiences! Thank you! 🎂
  2. can some one tell me some tips and tricks to my first order on Fiverr. Because I am new to Fiverr i want help.
  3. Hello, I am Supervik. My problem is I don't understand why my gigs are not ranking well in the search results. It will always show on the 5th page or beyond. Also I have done everything I could to experiments things but nothing seems to work. I have tried by editing Gig titles, search tags and description but nothing work for me. My profile - https://www.fiverr.com/supervik086 You can checkout some of the gigs from the above link and also see the attached screenshots. I need your help to analyze the problem I am facing and I know my category is oversaturated but I saw some new sellers getting there gig ranked on the 1st page. That makes me think I am working hard on my gigs from months but they just came and getting sales like crazy. Please dear fiverr seller I hope you understand and help me to become a better seller. Thanks.
  4. Hello Everybody! With the grace of Almighty Allah, I have fulfilled every requirement to be a TOP RATED SELLER about 6 months ago. As Fiverr hand pick TRS, thereby, I couldn't get the badge yet. Do you guys have any suggestions that will help me to boost my profile/gig. Of course, rank doesn't matter but, psychological speaking it gives you a relaxing feel when you see TRS BADGE on the profile. 😉😉 Anyhow, I wish everyone best of luck and praying for everybody to shine like stars. Cheers!
  5. Hello guys, please i need some tips on how to rank my gig to first page so i can collect more orders
  6. Hello everyone! Im a new seller on fiverr. I have only one gig on fiverr, my gig was ranking on first page on multiple keywords, i was getting tons of orders ....10 days ago I changed pricing. Then my gig got disappear from search, to this day I can't find my gig in search.......Gigs with 0 reviews are ranking on first few pages while my gig is not even on 10th page.
  7. Hi, I am a level 2 seller. I am facing a big issue and I don't understand what to do about the problem. => My gig was ranked on the 1st page. Suddenly it disappears. After 1 month it again came on the 1st page now after 10-15 days it vanished again. I don't understand the fact, Also my promoted gig showed unqualified when the gig disappear and again turn on when the gig ranked. Any suggestion or tips? Thanks in Advance................
  8. Hello good people, I want to know GIG ranking fact for an old account. I opened my Fiverr account around 1 year ago. But i didn't create any GIG at that time. I created my first GIG 2 weeks ago. So is it any problem for my GIG ranking? Want experts opinion. Thank you.
  9. I want to get the order for my gig. I try my best and apply daily on Buyer Request but there's no response. Please check my gigs and tell me if there is any mistake. https://www.fiverr.com/virsolinc_2021/design-eye-catching-logo-and-brand-identity https://www.fiverr.com/virsolinc_2021/be-your-linkedin-manger https://www.fiverr.com/virsolinc_2021/provide-a-profitable-digital-marketing-plan-and-strategy https://www.fiverr.com/virsolinc_2021/elegant-and-stunning-brochures
  10. Hello Fiverr community! This is definitely the first time I'm reaching out, I've been reading mostly. Now to my problem. My gig has been under performing lately, I considered returning to replying buyer requests. Now they don't appear. Is there a problem? If there is. How can I fix this issue.
  11. Hey gang! Happy New Year! So as part of my strategy for 2022, I have to update 3 of my gigs, plus create two more Pro offerings. I started with the latter which, as per usual, brought forth an abrupt case of procrastinatitis. 😜 So Instead of working on my business, I thought I'd write up a quick post to help anyone who struggles with new gig creation and wants to give themselves a quick little boost when publishing. This is the hack you've been looking for... So this is very straightforward, and it seems deceivingly simple. So much so, that many seasoned veterans omit this. Take advantage of everything that Fiverr gives you. Fill out every field. Enable every feature. Did you get a random invite to beta test an obscure feature? Jump in, ask questions later. The reasoning behind this simple tip is that Fiverr's algorithm will favor every listing that seems to be the most complete. So there's a simple but very real checklist that the search engine performs when evaluating new gigs. The more complete your gig is, the better your chances to get ranked slightly higher than your competition. So to make this more actionable for you: • Fill out your gig's description, as close to the limit as possible, without of course writing random stuff just to fill up space. • Use all 5 tags. • Add a FAQ section. • Enable packages. • Enable subscriptions. • Add all 5 of your most notable clients. • Enable and completely fill out your portfolio. • Create a studio. • Add the How it works feature. • Add gig extras. (especially the ones already made by Fiverr for you) • Edit your Fiverr Business Seller Profile. If you don't have some of the above listed features available for your account, don't fret. The goal is to use ALL available features to you. Fiverr continuously adds more filters and options for buyers to find the right gigs. And the easiest way to quantify a gig's potential performance, is to see how complete it is when it is published. That's all for now. This is obviously not the "magic pill" solution most users on this forum are looking for. BUT This is by far the most effective trick I have discovered that requires very little effort on your end. Let me know what you think, what you have experienced when publishing new gigs that performed well and if you have any questions! Frank D.
  12. Hi i have a question . Can we do paid promotion of our fiverr gigs / profile with google, fb and insta to get new customers ? Is it inline with fiverr terms and conditions ? I want to start paid promotion as my sales are dropping. So wanted to explore new ways of maintaining my sales levels.
  13. Are you a new seller on Fiverr? Do you find it challenging to get your first order? Or are you an experienced seller but struggling to get orders? Don't worry! We've got you covered. Many people find it tough to get their foot in the door when starting on this platform. This blog post will discuss some tips and techniques that will help you get your first order on Fiverr. We will also discuss how to stand out from the competition and make yourself more visible to buyers. So, without further delay, let's get started! Gig Creation Creating a Fiverr gig that customers appreciate is critical to your success on the market. With this exceptional gig, you will get your first order! A fantastic job appears on the first page of Fiverr, receives more clicks, and transforms them into purchases. Your shows must be appealing in terms of the photos you include and address any questions your customers might have. The more helpful they appear to purchasers, the more orders you obtain. To help them reach target audiences organically, aim to optimize your gigs for SEO. Ensure including all the crucial details and make it stand out from the competition. You want to make sure your gig will be easy to find, so make sure it has keywords that are relevant to what you're selling. Now it's the right time to talk about some tips and tricks that help you throughout your freelance journey on Fiverr. Tip #01: Do Your Research Before you begin on Fiverr, it's critical to conduct your study and determine what service you'll provide. Go online and use YouTube, Udemy, and other resources to perfect your talents. When you have a solid grasp of things, you're ready to go on Fiverr. Tip #02: Choose a Strong Username First impressions are lasting, so, in the interest of your online persona, it is essential to choose a username for Fiverr that conveys professionalism and competence. A strong username reflects your brand, so if you are in web development, for example, it would be good to include words like 'web,' 'developer,' and 'design.' If you want to make the most of your Fiverr career, it's a good idea to keep your username as simple as possible. Tip #03: Build an Eye-Catching Profile Picture When you are starting, your profile picture must be professional and eye-catching. This photograph is what purchasers see first when they come across your account. You can use a photo of yourself as the profile picture. It's best to use a clear photo in focus and shows your face. If you are not comfortable using your picture, you can use a logo or an image associated with your brand. After creating your profile, you are ready to make your first gig! Yahoooooo! Tip #04: Write a Great Headline for Your Gig. Your headline is the most crucial part of your gig because it's what grabs people's attention. It should be clear, concise, and explanatory about the service you're providing. Here are a few examples of great headlines: · "I will create an amazing logo for your business in 24 hours!" · "Get a professional voiceover for your next project!" · "I will design an incredible website in just 72 hours!" Tip #05: Use Keywords in Your Titles/Headlines When creating your gigs, it is essential to use keywords in your titles. This will help clients find your gigs, and it will increase the likelihood of them hiring you. You can check keywords this way! Don't forget to check the keywords suggested by Fiverr. After that, check the search volume of each keyword and use keywords having low volume. Tip #06: List What You Will and Will Not Do. It will be best to be upfront with your potential customers about what services you offer and don't offer. This way, there are no misunderstandings about the work that you're providing. It will also help increase your trustworthiness as a seller if people know exactly what you are capable of doing. Here are a few examples: · "I will design an incredible website in just 72 hours!" · "I will not do any programming or coding for your project." · "I can create a professional voiceover for your next project." Tip #07: Describe Your Services in a Clear and Concise Manner. When writing a gig description, you should always be clear about what you're offering. This will help avoid misunderstandings and ensure that your potential customers know what they are getting. Here are a few tricks on how to write an excellent service description: · Always be concise and to-the-point · Include what you will and will not do · List what you need from the customer in order to complete the project · Include examples of your work or results that you've achieved in the past · Offer a money-back guarantee if you are unable to complete the project within the given time frame or do not meet the customer's expectations. Tip #08: Set Your Price. When it comes to setting the price for your services, it's important to remember that you get what you pay for. It is a good idea to price your services at a fair and reasonable rate for the work you are doing. You're probably aware that there are numerous inexpensive Fiverr sellers. As a result, all the sellers strive to secure their first client or perhaps obtain their first review since the essential thing is getting 5-star feedback. It's not worth it if a customer buys your service and then fails to leave you a review. However, by setting a low price on your work, you may get your first order from your first client. But never keep it too less, as stated above. Tip #09: Offer Different Packages When you're creating your gigs, it's important to offer different packages. This will give clients the option to choose the package that best suits their needs and budget. For example, if they only need a logo design and want business cards designed, they will probably choose the package that includes both services. If they only need a website, they will probably choose the package that includes website design. Tip #10: Offer a Free Trial When you are first starting, it's a good idea to offer a free trial. This will allow the client to try out your services, and it will help you build a relationship with them. Tip #11: Offer a Discount If you are unable to offer a free trial, this tip is for you! Offering a discount is another way to entice clients and get them interested in your services. Start by providing your first-time clients with a discount on their first order. This will show them that you're serious about your work, and it will help you build a relationship with them. Tip #12: Provide a Compelling Gig Description It is crucial to provide a compelling gig description when creating your gigs. This will help clients understand what services you offer and why they should hire you. Whatever you do, strive for excellence and simplicity in your gig description. Many sellers have mistakes in their grammar or spelling, which reveals only a lack of concern. That’s why buyers do not prefer those gigs having common mistakes! Tip #13: Make Your Gig Description Search-Friendly by Including Keywords. When you're writing a gig description, it's essential to use keywords related to your services. These will help potential customers find your gig when searching for specific services. The SEO-friendly gig will also assist you in reaching your goal swiftly because the description is more than simply a description of your work; it will optimize your gig to rank in the search results on Fiverr. Tip #14: Answer Frequently Asked Questions Under Your Gig Description There are some questions that potential clients commonly ask. It's a good idea to answer these questions in the FAQs section under your gig description so they can get the answers they're looking for right away. Remember that the more information you give out, the faster they'll be able to sell your service. Tip #15: Create Your Own Work Samples One way to show off your skills is by uploading past work samples. This can help potential clients see what you're capable of, making them more likely to hire you. The best place to make your portfolio for FREE is on Behance.net/medium.com Tip #16: Create an Attractive Gig Image While creating your gigs, it is essential to use an attractive image. This will help clients remember your gig, increasing the likelihood of them hiring you. Tip #17: Use a Video in the Gig Media It is a good idea to include a video in the gig media. Adding a video to your gig is a great way to engage potential customers. You can use this video as an opportunity to explain exactly what you are offering and how it will benefit them. This will help the client get to know you better, and it will increase the likelihood of them hiring you. Tip #18: Market Your Services It's essential to market your services to get more clients. This can be done using social media, networking, and online directories. Social media can be a great way to promote your gig. Make sure you have a solid social media presence and use it to promote your services. You can also post about your experiences on Fiverr and share tips with other freelancers. Tip #19: Create 7 Gigs If you want to get your first order on Fiverr, you must create seven gigs. This will give you a better chance of getting hired because clients are more likely to hire someone who has various skills and experience. Tip #20: SEO Your Gigs When the Fiverr algorithm detects a new service, it tries to have it show up in search results. So, it's vital to do the SEO of your gigs. Optimizing your gig for search informs the AI what your gig/service is about and how valuable you are. You can SEO your gigs by using the right keywords, titles, and descriptions. Tip #21: Offer Custom Packages Some clients may want services not included in any of your packages. If this happens, You can offer them custom packages. This will allow the client to choose the services they need and help you make more money. Tip #22: Give Clients What They Want It is imperative to give clients what they want. This will help them feel like they are getting their money's worth, and it will increase the likelihood of them hiring you again in the future. Tip #23: Send Buyer Requests Daily When you are a beginner, it's a good idea to send buyer requests daily. This will help you get your name out there, increasing the chance of clients hiring you. Through buyer requests, you have more chances to get your first client. You can send 10 requests daily, which is more than enough for professional sellers. On the other hand, many new sellers make a significant blunder by sending out buyer requests. They neglect to focus on the client's requirements. They can't get any clients even after sending hundreds of offers. Pro Tip: Never copy and paste the same proposal format for every request. Try to write according to the client's job description. For beginners, offer an amount lower than their budget! Hopefully! You'll get the job! Tip #24: Have a Great Introduction When you first contact a potential client, it's crucial to have a great introduction. Make sure your proposal is well-written and professional. You want to make a good impression and show the client that you're knowledgeable about their needs. Tip #25: Follow Up with Clients You need to follow up with your clients after they've hired you. This will help build a strong relationship between the two of you and ensure that they're satisfied with your work. You can follow up by sending them a thank-you note, asking for feedback, or simply staying in touch. Tip #26: Network with Other Freelancers Networking with other freelancers can be a great way to find new clients and learn from their experiences. There are many online forums and groups where freelancers can connect. You can also join Facebook groups where other freelancers will share their success stories, tips for getting clients, and more. Tip #27: Stay Organized When working as a freelancer, it's crucial to stay organized. This will help you stay on top of your work and ensure that you meet all the deadlines. You can stay organized by using a project management tool, creating a to-do list, or simply keeping a calendar. Tip #28: Set Realistic Goals While starting as a freelancer, it's central to set realistic goals. This will help you stay motivated and ensure that you're making progress toward your long-term success. For example, if you want to earn $100 per month in the first year of working as a freelancer, make sure that this is an achievable goal. Tip #29: Learn from Mistakes One of the best ways to grow as a freelancer is learning from your mistakes. If you make a mistake, don't be afraid to admit it and learn from the experience. This will help you avoid making similar mistakes in the future and ensure that you're constantly improving your skills. Tip #30: Be Professional When working as a freelancer, it's significant to be professional. This will help you build a good reputation, and it will increase the likelihood of clients hiring you in the future. Tip #31: Stay Online Every platform has its own set of benefits, and being active on anyone will offer you more possibilities from the platform. It's not difficult to be active on Fiverr since there is a mobile app that you can install and use on your smartphone. Therefore, this is another crucial factor to your Fiverr success. This will help you respond quickly to clients, and this way, you will be hired soon! Some clients need their job done on an urgent basis. While searching for a potential seller, they use the ONLINE filter (image below). If they found you online, you'll win the job! Tip #32: Be Patient and Don't Quit As a beginner, having patience is the key factor. This will help you avoid becoming frustrated, and it will give you the opportunity to learn more about freelancing. Some people work only a few days and lose their hope to get orders. It may take time, but it's essential not to quit. Stay positive and keep working hard to get your first order. Final Words Getting your first order on Fiverr is not always easy. However, if you follow the tips in this article, you will increase your chances of success. These tips helped me get my first order, and I hope they help you too. Best of luck!
  14. My most selling GIG was going fine and I was getting orders. The ranking of that GIG was in upward direction each day. But a buyer didn't rate my service after delivery and my GIG ranking was going down everyday. Now it doesn't even appear in the first page. I tried changing meta-data and GIG gallery, but that didn't help. Is this a co-incidence or it happens? My question is If a buyer doesn't leave a review after a successful delivery, does it negatively affect the GIG ranking? If this is just a co-incidence, I need some serious advice to recover my GIG rank. Thanks
  15. Please is there any site I can use to help my Fiverr accoount Already a level 1 seller on Fiverr but not getting contacting again and getting low click and impression
  16. Hi, I hope you all are doing well. I'm level 2 seller and just completed 500 orders. Now I just want to increase my gig pricing. Need opinion of Senior Sellers. Can we change the GIG pricing? Will it effects the ranking? Thanks in Advance.
  17. Hi, I'm Nidu. I have 6+ years of experience in SEO. Also I will do in Niche analysis, ON page and Off page SEO, Blog commenting, Guest posting, Link building, Blog commenting, Youtube promotion etc. Now, How to rank or improve my gigs? Please any suggestion or any help to rank my gigs please advice me. Please check my service: https://www.fiverr.com/nidurani Thanks
  18. Hi everyone! So I am level 2 seller, my gigs was on the first page and everything was going well. Suddenly all my gigs are on the last pages and my impressions goes from 35k to 200. This is all start when I want to try the feature of promoted gigs then they are saying that my gigs are unqualified. Can you please let if there is anyone with the same issue and how did you fix this problem. Looking to hear something positive. Thank you!
  19. Hi everyone! Hope everyone is doing good! I was wondering if someone can help me by letting me know how long does it take to re-rank on Fiverr, once de-ranked?
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