Fiverr is currently a very popular marketplace for freelancing work. Popular with both buyers and sellers. The demand is increasing day by day. As it is relatively easy and more in demand than other marketplaces, many newcomers are interested in making money through fiverr after learning the job. It is seen that some are getting a lot of work and some are not getting a job. So where is the problem? The main problem is that newcomers create a gig as soon as they open an account and start sharing the gig through various social media!
Gig shares are nothing to blame. Fiverr itself says to share your gig on various social media (although the profit is higher than Fiverr. I’ll explain the matter later.). Suppose you have a cotton shop. More than half of the store is empty and the decor is not good.
You started your store promotion without noticing this! Some customers will come. Come and see if your shop is almost empty. Nothing. Imagine for a second you were transposed into the karmic driven world of Earl. Will you stay out of the store or not? I leave the decision in your hands.
Now suppose you made a fiber gig but didn’t write much. There is nothing written about whether you can work or work samples or buyers will choose you. Then why would the buyer order you? It has thousands of gigs like the service you provide. The buyer has more options. There is no copper when you look in the store. Then surely do not go to the next store? It must be!
No matter how much you market or share the gig. Nothing will be gained unless you arrange your gig in a professional way. So do you have to hire a professional? No brother, you can do it yourself. You just have to be more discriminating with the help you render toward other people. You will try to show step by step how you can arrange professional quality gigs.
In this post I will show you how to create a gig of ‘WordPress Landing Page’ as an example. Almost all gigs have the same options. If you see a gig made, I hope you can understand how to make the rest of the gig.
There is nothing to hurry. Think cold head. Think about what the buyer will search for. Think of you in the buyer’s place. There is more opportunity to search by typing ‘landing page’. You can also search by typing. Surely a lot of gig in front of you. If you search with this name, there are several thousand gigs. But how many are in front of you? 48 o’clock! Why are these different? Surely there is a reason? We try to find out the reason. Note that those who have gigs on the first page, their chances of getting a job are much higher. Of those whose reviews are above 70-80, keep 8-10 gigs open in new tabs.
Gig Title: When creating a gig, you have to give the gig title first. You can use a maximum of 60 characters in the title. Gigs that you have opened in a new tab. Put each of those titles in an editor or word file. Then see which words are common and used by many. Keep the words separate. As a result, you got a lot of words. Now you can make a title like your own by arranging these words beautifully. Don’t forget to copy.
Category, service type and metadata: These are the gigs you can take the idea and select the ones you can give yourself.
Search Tags: This is very important. Write what the buyer can search for. Keep the tags separate from all the gigs just like the title. Then add the most popular and used ones.
Price Package: Usually one or 3 packages can be kept here. It is best to use 3 packages. You can get ideas by looking at other gigs. If you are new you can keep a little less than the normal price. But don’t keep it too low. This destroys the market. And those who want to work, they pay more attention to quality than price. When pricing, there is a gap between one package and another. Suppose you buy a shirt for 50 rupees, 2 rupees for 60 rupees and 3 rupees for 100 rupees. So that the buyer is interested in ordering large packages.
Extra service: Here you can add some extra besides regular service. Such as delivery within 12 hours or any other facility. These will make your gig more attractive.
Description: This is one of the main places in Gig. Here you can describe your gig in 1200 characters. Can be divided into several parts. You can start by saying hi / hello first. You can give some description in 2/1 line. No need to write more. The more you write about yourself, the more annoying it becomes. Instead, focus on what the buyer will gain if you order this gig. You will try to give him in the form of a list of benefits, benefits, etc. If you have your own portfolio, you can share the link here. The writing of the description should be arranged in an interesting way. And try to keep all the common questions of the buyer in your description. You can get ideas from here that you have opened the gigs. Whatever you do, don’t forget to copy.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ): Here are some common questions and answers. For example, those who work with WordPress need a login info. Those who work with logos work in any of the formats. Try so that the buyer can get the answer to the common question from here.
Gig Gallery: Here you can enter 3 types of files. We try to understand one by one
Gig Photos: Here you can give gig related photos. You can file in JPG / PNG format. Size will be 550×360 pixels. You can put a maximum of 3 photos here. Try to make the photos as interesting as you can. If you don’t know Photoshop, there are many sites online from where you can make photos.
Gig Video: You can make a video if you want. He made a selfie video. You can make your description, job description, etc. beautiful. The video should not exceed a maximum of 65 seconds and 50 MB.
Gig PDF: You can make a PDF of your job description, job samples and much more.
That being said, this is the way to create a good professional quality gig. Make each step time consuming. Don’t rush. A good gig will help you get a lot of work. You don’t need to do much marketing. Much more will be added up front in this post.