Need Help! - What's wrong with my Fiverr gig?

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Hi there!

I am a new seller on Fiverr. During the last month, I received 53 impressions, 17 clicks, and 26 views to my gig. However, I received 0 orders. Can someone critique my gig page and tell me how to improve it and get my first sale?

Here is the link to my gig:

Thank you for your time & feedback. Take care!

#fiverr #gig #wrong
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  • Profile picture of the author Cartapo
    Hey buddy,

    After carefully looking over your profile, I'll recommend a few things.

    1. Make your primary video a demo, and separate the other demos into separate videos to look like you have more experience.
    2. Improve the voice-overs. They don't sound very captivating or convincing.
    3. Make a demo showing what you'll do, how you'll do it, and why that will be a huge benefit to your customers' business.

    Here's a good example of a profile that is converting:

    Notice how his demo video explains the "science" and persuasive techniques they have in the video? They are selling their product, their voice-overs are captivating, and they look like they have lots of experience.

    Analyze this profile and try to emulate it.

    Good luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author Gary Pettit
    Eugen...I think your Fiverr Gig looks Great!

    Have you had any orders yet? Might want to find a good course on fiverr gig promotion! I know there is a ton of things out there like this!

    If I was in need of a whiteboard video, I wouldn't hesitate to order from you
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    • Profile picture of the author Eugen Prodan
      Hi Gary! I appreciate your kind words. I haven't had any orders yet. Thankfully, the views/clicks/impression numbers are steadily increasing though.
      You're right, there is a lot of information on gig promotion. So I've been reading and implementing it. Hopefully I'll my first order before too long.
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  • Profile picture of the author michaelkoehler92
    Well sometimes even if you have a quality product it takes a while to get noticed best would be to ask some of your friends to place some orders what this will do is this will notify Fiverr that this guys gig is getting attention and he will promote that gig to the top of the specific search query and this will bring in more orders.

    Just give it a try and see I am pretty sure this will help you.
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    • Profile picture of the author Eugen Prodan
      Thanks. I've heard about your strategy of asking friends to buy gigs from you. I've even read about someone recommending you order a gig from yourself. But... I just don't feel right doing that. But I get it - you're talking from an SEO perspective here. Nevertheless, I appreciate your feedback!
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  • Profile picture of the author Md omar ali

    Carry on and promote your gig I think you will be success.
    Because all are firstly same way to you and get ordered.

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  • Profile picture of the author AlfredHurley
    thanks might be helpful for many....
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