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How to Get Orders on Fiverr Quickly

Updated on July 17, 2020

Fiverr is an online market place where freelancers are hired to complete a task. Usually, everyone from beginners to professionals creates an account on Fiverr. They then create different gigs depending on the services they are offering.

Fiverr has its system on how to ranks gigs depending on popularity, keywords, the freelancer's response time, and many other factors. However, promoting gigs in the wrong way is a mistake that many freelancers make.

Showcase your portfolio

If you are a designer or software engineer you need to have a portfolio.

Let us assume that you are a designer with 7 years of experience but you do not have any portfolio. When employers go through your gig, they are not going to believe that you will be able to provide the professional level services which they need. They would assume that your gig is a scam, you're a junior designer who is trying to cheat his way into the market place

Upload an informative gig image

A picture is worth a thousand words, so your gig image must be informative and relevant to your gig. Employers should get an idea of the type of service you are offering.

Stay Online

Fiverr calculates a response rate. Response rate means how much time does it take a freelancer to reply to a potential employer.

Employers usually review this because they want to work with a freelancer who will be able to reply to their messages on time.

Promote your gig

Share your gigs on different social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter. Freelancers make a mistake of habitually sharing their gigs where it does not have any value. E.g. a sharing a designing gig in an article writing group does not make sense. Sure the gigs will receive clicks, but nobody is going to place an order. Fiverr will think that there is something wrong with your gig. You may not be offering the job according to the market requirement, you may not have the necessary experience, etc and this drops your gig ranking.

Not sharing your gigs the right way will have a negative impact. It will not matter how many clicks or impressions you are receiving.

Use keywords

Use keywords in your gig title, description, and in the tag area. Try to use those keywords which are widely used in a search.

A trick to share

Go to Fiverr and search for the service which you want to give. For eg, you are offering logo design services, so search for this service on Fiverr. Fiverr gives a list of related search keywords that are most often used. Use these keywords in your gig to improve ranking.

These are the best 5 ways to get orders on Fiverr quickly. Make sure to properly use keywords and only promote your gigs where they have relevance and can help you to get orders.

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