Obviously don’t copy their descriptions word for word! See what works
for the best gigs, including their content gorilla review and videos, and use that and apply
it to your gigs. This is the easiest way to get your Gigs back on track. Experiment With Your Titles / Descriptions / Tags Now that you have an idea of what titles and descriptions you should
make yours look like, experiment with them on your Gigs. Try out a set of
titles and descriptions for a few weeks and keep on eye on analytics.
After you see what works and what doesn’t, keep playing around with
your gig titles, tags and description. Make the title shorter, use a different
picture, try a different description and Gig extras Getting traffic to your gig is important but you’ll also want to experiment
with what converts better. Maybe having a better and higher quality Gig
video will get you more content gorilla review. Maybe something you said in your
description is scaring off buyers, bringing down your conversion rate. It’s
very important to experiment and test different things on your Gigs. Create More Gigs This should be another common sense solution that a lot of sellers miss
out on. If you only had a few Fiver Gigs up and they suddenly stopped
getting sales, it might be time to create new Gigs! Even if that means
creating very similar Gigs, those new Gigs could be the ones that take off.
Remember, Fiverr has a 20 Gig limit and if you’re not utilizing that limit
to it’s full potential, you are actually limiting yourself on Fiverr. Scrap Your Gigs And Start Fresh If nothing else works, it might be time to start fresh on content gorilla review . However,
if you do this, do not delete your gigs. Instead, suspend them. You don’t
want to lose the precious reviews you have on those Gigs, if you do have
reviews on them already. You can always go back and edit those Gigs or
even edit those Gigs with reviews into completely new Gigs!