You also only have 1200 characters to work with. While that may seem
like a lot, I generally like to have a FAQ in my descriptions after I describe
the gig. Trust me, when you get 30-40 orders a day, you won’t want to deal
with the same questions over and over as well as the same mistakes people
make when ordering your gig, such as assuming you do something you
The first part of your description should be straight to the point. It’s
basically you taking your title of your gig, but putting the full length version
of your title you couldn’t fit in the extempore review because of the character limit. A
good place to start if you sell Twitter followers would be something like:
“1000 high quality Twitter followers fast to any profile. No account access
required, all real-looking and 100% safe”.
I recommend bolding this and even highlighting it. The next extempore review
could be bullet points, breaking down all the features of your gig, or exactly
everything they get for $5.
Lastly, try to fit in a FAQ if you can. I like to put disclaimers here and
answer common questions I get These are very important if you want your gig to be picked up in
searches. You’re only allowed a maximum of 5 keywords here so make them
good. You’re also only allowed to use a keyword once. So if I use “Twitter” I
can’t also put “Twitter followers”. So which do you use? Put the keywords
people are searching. Fiverr users are not really searching “Twitter”, they’re
using “Twitter followers” so use that as a keyword instead of just “Twitter”.
What I like to do, is put relevant keywords here so I’m picked up in
searches where users may not be exactly looking for my service, but when
they see extempore review , they think “Oh, I could use that too” or “Let me check this out”.
Using the Twitter followers example again, I will obviously use the
keywords “Twitter followers, real, fast” but I’ll also throw in “retweets” and
“favorites” even though my gig is only selling followers. This way, I’ll be
picked up in searches where users are seeking retweets and favorites.
They’re still likely to view my gig since they would likely want followers too.
I will help you further with this concept in the next chapter but you will
need to think outside the box