You Give Me Fiverr...

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Hi, Warriors,

Yet again a question about fiverr (this site seems to attract my attention every now and then).

Would someone give me advice how to rank my gigs their high, so that people actually find them and bombard me with orders?

Logically, I checked the categories/keywords relevant to my gigs, and saw which tags the most popular gigs use.

Until now, despite me already having two positive votes on one of my gigs, I can't report any other orders.

Any suggestions will be deeply appreciated.

Thank you in advance.
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  • Profile picture of the author blogonator
    Try social bookmarking your gigs. Promote them wherever possible. Facebook, Youtube, forums, there are many place you could get your gigs noticed..
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    • Profile picture of the author Morgen Ster
      I kindly thank you for the fast reply.
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  • Profile picture of the author MrBig
    Yeah you are right ...... Bookmarking ... and Twitter is a Good option ... ... Well you can also Try press Releases
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    • Profile picture of the author damagex
      You could also search for some free advertising boards,
      There's one in my signature to safe you time searching.
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      • Profile picture of the author Morgen Ster
        Originally Posted by damagex View Post

        You could also search for some free advertising boards,
        There's one in my signature to safe you time searching.
        Dank je wel.
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        • Profile picture of the author Rashell
          OK I have one question... why would you spend all that time, energy & effort to drive traffic to a fiverr gig where you'll only make $4/gig if your prospect doesn't meander off to check out all the other gig options on the site forgetting all about the one you spent all that time, energy & effort to direct them to?

          I'd say, if you have to spend all that time, energy & effort to drive traffic to a gig then set it up on your own site and keep the whole $5. Shoot you can even set a higher price point if you like.

          Rashell
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          • Profile picture of the author paulie888
            Originally Posted by Rashell View Post

            OK I have one question... why would you spend all that time, energy & effort to drive traffic to a fiverr gig where you'll only make $4/gig if your prospect doesn't meander off to check out all the other gig options on the site forgetting all about the one you spent all that time, energy & effort to direct them to?

            I'd say, if you have to spend all that time, energy & effort to drive traffic to a gig then set it up on your own site and keep the whole $5. Shoot you can even set a higher price point if you like.

            Rashell
            Rashell, the key is to offer the right jobs on Flippa. Don't offer something that takes you half an hour or longer to complete on there. Instead, sell guides or provide services that take you no more than 5-10 minutes to complete per gig. Notice how that changes everything now? Instead of barely making minimum wage, you're now making at least $20+ an hour, which isn't bad at all for something part time, especially if you need funds quickly.

            Paul
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            • Profile picture of the author georgebush
              yes that would be even better if he had his own site and kept thw whole 5$ OR more
              raschels argument is a sound one
              Originally Posted by paulie888 View Post

              Rashell, the key is to offer the right jobs on Flippa. Don't offer something that takes you half an hour or longer to complete on there. Instead, sell guides or provide services that take you no more than 5-10 minutes to complete per gig. Notice how that changes everything now? Instead of barely making minimum wage, you're now making at least $20+ an hour, which isn't bad at all for something part time, especially if you need funds quickly.

              Paul
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            • Profile picture of the author Rashell
              Originally Posted by paulie888 View Post

              Rashell, the key is to offer the right jobs on Flippa. Don't offer something that takes you half an hour or longer to complete on there. Instead, sell guides or provide services that take you no more than 5-10 minutes to complete per gig. Notice how that changes everything now? Instead of barely making minimum wage, you're now making at least $20+ an hour, which isn't bad at all for something part time, especially if you need funds quickly.

              Paul
              Hey Paul,

              Not sure you're understanding what I was thinking (sorry for not being clear)... see, it wouldn't matter if it took .2 seconds to complete. I'm wondering why anyone would spend their marketing efforts in essence promoting the fiverr marketplace.

              Let's just say you were able to get traffic to your fiverr gig. What's to stop visitors from doing comparison shopping with other gigs, finding a better offer and going with the other one instead?

              You took all that time, energy and effort to drive traffic to a gig on a fiverr page only to lose the job b/c someone posted a gig that was slightly better.

              I could understand this IF you were getting commissions for visitors you sent to fiverr. But since you're not, what's the ROI?

              I say set up your own site with whatever gigs you like. Add an opt in subscription box (for repeat order opportunities), raise the price to whatever you like and drive traffic to your own site. The work will be just as cumbersome but the ROI is more in your control. (Never mind you won't have to give them a $1 for essentially doing pert near NOTHING.)

              Marketplaces like those are great until you start losing your traffic/sales to competitors. Unless the gig produces without you having to do any heavy marketing I think you're better off promoting your own website with only your gigs on your own terms.

              Or am I missing some secret fiverr marketing formula?

              Rashell
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            • Profile picture of the author WD Mino
              Originally Posted by paulie888 View Post

              Rashell, the key is to offer the right jobs on Flippa. Don't offer something that takes you half an hour or longer to complete on there. Instead, sell guides or provide services that take you no more than 5-10 minutes to complete per gig. Notice how that changes everything now? Instead of barely making minimum wage, you're now making at least $20+ an hour, which isn't bad at all for something part time, especially if you need funds quickly.

              Paul
              Hi Paul,
              I think you might be referring to fiverr

              Must have been a long day huh
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              • Profile picture of the author paulie888
                Originally Posted by WD Mino View Post

                Hi Paul,
                I think you might be referring to fiverr

                Must have been a long day huh
                -Will
                Hey Will, thanks for the correction. I must have been tired when I typed that, sometimes I feel like I'm sleep-typing on the computer...lol!

                Paul
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              • Profile picture of the author pickthat apple
                Of course there is a lot of competition (I read above) but you only need to worry about that if your gig is worth well below $5...
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              • Profile picture of the author Devid Farah
                You have to change what you offer.

                The major keywords might be so competitive but there are some you can always do to draw targeted clients to your gigs.

                Another thing you may consider doing is to try and look beyond your immediate keywords while you look out for jobs.

                As long as you can deliver the jobs or outsource them, go for the job and ask for testimonies while submitting the completed order.

                This way, your gig will soon start getting more popular.
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          • Profile picture of the author VanessaB
            Fiverr and all the other (better) gig sites still offer some very good avenues for making money as long as you know how to create an 'irresistible offer.'
            Check the first link in my sig.

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          • Profile picture of the author drum.deborah
            Yes I definitely agree - I like the concept of fiverr but I just can't think of something to do that is only worth $4 bucks!! Would rather spend time and energy promoting something that's gonna be worth it in the end! Time is money baby!!
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          • Profile picture of the author schttrj
            Originally Posted by Rashell View Post

            OK I have one question... why would you spend all that time, energy & effort to drive traffic to a fiverr gig where you'll only make $4/gig if your prospect doesn't meander off to check out all the other gig options on the site forgetting all about the one you spent all that time, energy & effort to direct them to?

            I'd say, if you have to spend all that time, energy & effort to drive traffic to a gig then set it up on your own site and keep the whole $5. Shoot you can even set a higher price point if you like.

            Rashell
            That's what I was thinking. It's like under-selling at times, which reasons because of the competition.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gaz Cooper
    depending on what your gig is post it on your facebook page and friends pages, you could also make a free video about your gig using animoto and then put it on youtube for more exposure. it takes time for you to build a good rap but once you do it should start to snowball be careful what you wish for LOL

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  • Profile picture of the author mandark
    You can also look through the requests section on the right side of Fiverr.. if someone is requesting your gig, message them and tell them about it. This will get you more gigs -> more thumbs up -> higher ranking!
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    • Profile picture of the author Morgen Ster
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  • Profile picture of the author vishalduggal
    Fiverr is filled with lots of competition nowadays. Find any other method dude.
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  • Profile picture of the author bravo75
    Wonder if it would be possible to get a fiverr gig ranked in Google?
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  • Hi Morgen, Fiverr is a wonderful method. I made over $523, in only 2 months. But the best came in latest 20 days.
    Then I was unable to proceed because of too many orders, so for now I stopped working on it. I was going crazy. All day working on it...

    After some holidays I will be able to restart.
    Probably I will release a 4 page guide soon, so stay tuned.

    The best method is sharing and giving some bonuses, and when you have some visits and a few orders, you can ask to them to be added as "Featured" in their home page.
    If you want contact me personally via PM and I will share some tips and tricks.

    Thanks,
    Alessandro
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    • Profile picture of the author Morgen Ster
      Originally Posted by Alessandro Zamboni View Post

      Hi Morgen, Fiverr is a wonderful method. I made over $523, in only 2 months. But the best came in latest 20 days.
      Then I was unable to proceed because of too many orders, so for now I stopped working on it. I was going crazy. All day working on it...

      After some holidays I will be able to restart.
      Probably I will release a 4 page guide soon, so stay tuned.

      The best method is sharing and giving some bonuses, and when you have some visits and a few orders, you can ask to them to be added as &quot;Featured&quot; in their home page.
      If you want contact me personally via PM and I will share some tips and tricks.

      Thanks,
      Alessandro
      Hi, Alessandro, thank you for the friendly reply. I would gladly contact you via PM, however, I am not allowed to do that yet. I will deeply appreciate it, if you PM me your e- mail address, so that we can get in contact that way. Kind Regards
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    • Profile picture of the author paulie888
      Originally Posted by Alessandro Zamboni View Post

      Hi Morgen, Fiverr is a wonderful method. I made over $523, in only 2 months. But the best came in latest 20 days.
      Then I was unable to proceed because of too many orders, so for now I stopped working on it. I was going crazy. All day working on it...

      After some holidays I will be able to restart.
      Probably I will release a 4 page guide soon, so stay tuned.

      The best method is sharing and giving some bonuses, and when you have some visits and a few orders, you can ask to them to be added as "Featured" in their home page.
      If you want contact me personally via PM and I will share some tips and tricks.

      Thanks,
      Alessandro
      Alessandro, it certainly sounds like you're on the right path, however you might want to look into only offering gigs that are less time-consuming on your part - you should preferably offer gigs that take a maximum of 5-10 minutes to fulfill.

      Paul
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      • Profile picture of the author Morgen Ster
        Originally Posted by paulie888 View Post

        Alessandro, it certainly sounds like you're on the right path, however you might want to look into only offering gigs that are less time-consuming on your part - you should preferably offer gigs that take a maximum of 5-10 minutes to fulfill.

        Paul
        Paulie, would you be that kind to give me examples of gigs that will be of interest to the public and take only 5 to 10 minutes to fulfill? I am more than curious. Kind Regards
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  • Profile picture of the author Jamie Drew
    Find other gig sites like fiverr such as tenbux and set up gigs in all of these places. The good thing about that is that some of the other gig sites you can charge more than $5 for a gig. There's a site I use that is called makeafiver.co.uk which is £5 GBP Sterling which is a little more than $5 and the set up and layout of the whole site is almost identical to fiverr!
    Check it out

    Hope this helps,

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  • Profile picture of the author seobro
    I have found that when I first post the gig, it is near top, but as the days go by the drop me into the dirt as they say. Try to build up your rep. OK and go for niches so you do not get buried under a bunch of other gigs.

    Like everything else in life, it is hard to break in. However, things get easier once you have established a good name.

    Things that help you are:
    1) good ratings
    2) good desc
    3) video
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  • Profile picture of the author windowblinds
    Link Build your gig and do some viral marketing on top of it.
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    • Profile picture of the author Morgen Ster
      Sincere thanks for all the valuable feedback. I will however be happy to hear more ideas, strategies and experience reports. Kind Regards
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      • Profile picture of the author Orator
        The first thing you have to realize is that most of your competition on Fiverr isn't going to be an issue for a couple of reasons.

        1. People are very lazy when it comes to tagging their gigs, and unless they get really popular. This will have a big negative effect on how many people are going to see their gig.
        2. You should always make sure the gig your offering is one that people on fiverr are buying. To many people create gigs for which there is no demand, and are shocked when they don't make any money. Check the highest rated gigs to see which kind of stuff is actually selling.
        So how do you promote your gig?

        1. Make sure your using as many tags as possible, and make sure there relevent to your gig. Your not going to get into trouble for using a lot of tags, and it's not going to drive people off.
        2. Create a video explaining your service, and include it in the gig description. Not a lot of people do this, and it can help to draw people to your gig.
        3. After a gig is complete, offer a bonus to your customer to give good feedback and write a positive review. This will go along way to shooting your gig to the top.

        I would recommend doing this for about a month, and it should go along way to helping you get more orders.
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    Write some articles on Ezine related to your link and submit them. It'll help.
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    • Profile picture of the author Morgen Ster
      Having read all the above posts, it just occurred to me that an extensive and proven list of all the quality fiverr-ish clones might be useful to many WF members (maybe even a sticky?). Does anyone of you dispose of such a list? Kind Regards
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    Do some free articles and promote your stuff on social media sites like hubpages and etc.
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  • Profile picture of the author kuzzak
    I joined fiverr 2 days ago made a gig yesterday got one order and 3 msgs. found some good ideas here going to apply them
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    • Profile picture of the author Morgen Ster
      Originally Posted by kuzzak View Post

      I joined fiverr 2 days ago made a gig yesterday got one order and 3 msgs. found some good ideas here going to apply them
      Could you post a link to the gig mentioned? Kind Regards
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  • Profile picture of the author kuzzak
    I m selling edu backlinks in gig. can post links
    bitdotly/hroo8L
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  • Profile picture of the author Nisip
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    I ordered and tried so far about 15 different gigs, the higest rated ones, for generating traffic.

    on aaverage I received 4 clicks from each gig for which I paid 5$,

    such a waste of time and money, you get almost nothing for your money

    I was very dissapointed
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  • Profile picture of the author kuzzak
    I can't say any thing about others. I m selling 5 edu backlinks. not making Big promises its upon people how to use them.
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  • Profile picture of the author joytierra
    I think you have to renew your gigs so it would go to the top. That's what I'm making with my gigs. Try also the fiverr-like sites like uphype, zeerk,etc.
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  • Profile picture of the author kuzzak
    I have many kind of high Quality and edu backlinks those I found by myself which I use for my personal use only. now they are in thousands. can any one suggest me how to sell any Giddiness.
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  • Profile picture of the author kuzzak
    actually fiverr is working for me.. I tried a lot in CPA and still doing but can't getting the right way. hmm till then I would do gigs.
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    • Profile picture of the author vikasone23
      Hey I am struggling to make money on fiverr.. 5 gigs online .. but no reply
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  • Profile picture of the author frank07
    Put your Fiverr links at your signature at relative forum, active at that forum, this is a good way to get your buyers to your gigs. It is a good way to make money with beginners and you can learn some good experience from it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Orator
    An example to the skeptics.

    I have a gig where I use SEO Enterprise to generate an SEO report for someone. This takes me about 3mins total, and the program generates a detailed pdf. I have just made $4.

    I do this gig 3 or 4 times, I have enough money to buy a domain, and a few more get me hosting. There is a great use for Fiverr for newbies, and people who can think of gigs that can be done quickly.
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  • Profile picture of the author SeanTellsDotNet
    The Fiverr people like it when you have a video on your gig and that video says their name in the title screen. In addition, ask them to feature you. The worst they can say is "no.' Also, do some standard backlinking to your link with them. These things helped me.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike McAleer
    My only advice is to create different variants of the same job and also create many jobs. It gives you more opps for getting an offer.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeremy Barker
    You should advertise your gigs as you would advertise a website. Of course there are differences but treat it the same.
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  • Profile picture of the author kuzzak
    when I joined first day made two gigs.. and The reaction was 2 orders 5 messages. lol I said why I m not getting 5 order a day n I start working for that n now I m getting many orders those take me around 5-10 mints to complete.
    I spent more time while making gigs around hour or two.
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    Check out this forum special offers section. There are some good and cheap WSO's for sale. Get one and you're just about set to go!

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  • Profile picture of the author Nisip
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    I used and tested some gigs and paid 5$ for each. The results were embarassing, terrible
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    • Profile picture of the author paulie888
      Originally Posted by Nisip View Post

      I used and tested some gigs and paid 5$ for each. The results were embarassing, terrible
      This is why I believe that there is still significant potential to make money at sites like Fiverr - if you actually provide a great service there for $5, you'll stick out like a sore thumb and get lots of orders for your gigs!
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      Originally Posted by Nisip View Post

      I used and tested some gigs and paid 5$ for each. The results were embarassing, terrible

      Did you still pay for them?

      Which "traffic-generating" gigs did you have bad experiences with?

      I made a list by myself also with gigs that even if they have good feedback, they are worse than terrible in fact

      5$ paid for 3 clicks... that's pathetic!
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  • Profile picture of the author AzzamS
    I followed what was going on fiverr for a while and then wrote a blog post:

    7 steps to a killer fiverr.com gig and skyrocket your online business

    Hope you find it useful.

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    • Profile picture of the author paulie888
      Originally Posted by AzzamS View Post

      I followed what was going on fiverr for a while and then wrote a blog post:

      7 steps to a killer fiverr.com gig and skyrocket your online business

      7 steps to a killer fiverr.com gig and skyrocket your online business

      Hope you find it useful.

      Azzam
      Thanks for sharing your blog post, hopefully this will serve as a real eye-opener to newbies who just can't see past that measly $5 they get per gig!
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      • Profile picture of the author AzzamS
        Originally Posted by paulie888 View Post

        Thanks for sharing your blog post, hopefully this will serve as a real eye-opener to newbies who just can't see past that measly $5 they get per gig!
        Cool, no problems.

        I made a massive mistake in the process.

        The site that was getting me the fiverr gigs and then followed on with SEO services I decided to stop the service and suffered from it in the longer-term ;(

        But consistently using fiverr as a platform will to get more work is the way to go.

        With the amount of crap that is on there people will definitely keep coming back to yours if you deliver.
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        • Profile picture of the author paulie888
          Originally Posted by AzzamS View Post

          Cool, no problems.

          I made a massive mistake in the process.

          The site that was getting me the fiverr gigs and then followed on with SEO services I decided to stop the service and suffered from it in the longer-term ;(

          But consistently using fiverr as a platform will to get more work is the way to go.

          With the amount of crap that is on there people will definitely keep coming back to yours if you deliver.
          Exactly, many people don't realize that your service on Fiverr only needs to be a "loss leader" front end that's designed to get people into your sales funnel, so to speak. Of course, you'd still have to provide exemplary service on it, but this opens the door to other higher-priced services on the back end, like what you did in the past.

          If you do all around good work, you'll find that you'll have many of your initial customers coming back to you for your other services, and this is when things get really interesting and profitable!
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  • Profile picture of the author Kim Standerline
    I've just been looking on fiverr

    Love the one where someone wants his website redesigning..

    Well some people live in hope...

    Kim
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  • Profile picture of the author newmovies
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    Try gaining knowledge as much as you can, if you have a gig of making a website for $5,
    Offcourse it is less but the knowledge,the skills that you are gaining will be much much costlier.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mehak
    yeah use the social platforms such as fb, twitter, linked in, you tube etc and use fiverr to get backlinks to other sites. The more backlinks, the more your sites get seen
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  • Profile picture of the author Dhira
    Fiverr is a FANTASTIC offline lead getter....
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  • Profile picture of the author Andrea Wilson
    You can put up a blog showcasing your gigs as well. Make a fan page for it, then link to your blog or gig. Not everybody knows about fiverr. Hang out in a place full of people (forums etc) and have your gig as your signature.

    Andrea
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  • Profile picture of the author gigsforgurus
    Not sure if this has been said before, but you can always create a new gig that is a carbon copy of your old gig, but the call to action should link back to your old gig. This way, your newest gig will appear at the top of the page. Creating a new gig as a carbon copy of your old one should only take about 20 seconds.

    Once people go back to your old gig and buy from that page, you will be able to start gaining some momentum and gaining some positive feedback. You can continue to create carbon copy new gigs that will link back to your old gig until your old gig has enough feedback to be ranked as one of the top "most popular" or "highest rating". Hope that helps!
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  • Profile picture of the author mysterrio
    Originally Posted by Morgen Ster View Post

    Hi, Warriors,

    Yet again a question about fiverr (this site seems to attract my attention every now and then).

    Would someone give me advice how to rank my gigs their high, so that people actually find them and bombard me with orders?

    Logically, I checked the categories/keywords relevant to my gigs, and saw which tags the most popular gigs use.

    Until now, despite me already having two positive votes on one of my gigs, I can't report any other orders.

    Any suggestions will be deeply appreciated.

    Thank you in advance.
    One of the things that I did to get gigs there is to look for the gigs I wanted to do and send them a message that said: Do you still need this? (copy and pastes what they wrote) They respond and you go set up a gig button.

    Hope that helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author Joachim Larsen
    I just copied the top gig in my market and made my own twist to it. It's been pretty successful and I get orders ticking in every now and then...
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  • Profile picture of the author Stipe Jovic
    All of the typical marketing methods should work, you just don't have to put in as much effort as you would promoting some website.
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  • Profile picture of the author aaronngoh
    You may want to use their "featured Gig" and also the picture that you used with the gig matter a lot.

    Give really good value and make it irresistible for people not to buy is the way to go
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  • Profile picture of the author Nisip
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    so can anyone recommend a traffic gig that actually delivers some value... and more than 100 clicks?

    because all the ones with high ratings that I tried, were just waste of time an dmoney... 3 clicks received for 5$, 8 clicks received... and of course NO SALES...
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