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FiverrClerks - From Fiverr Zero To SEOClerks Hero. Part 3.
Need To Know
We've gone through titles, descriptions and a whole lot of other things above already but here's some other things you should have in mind.
There is some rumors about how changing gig titles and descriptions often will help you rank on Fiverr better. Since it's rumors I'd just alter things with minor changes. Rewrite a couple of words or so. Anything more than that would be useless until someone can actually tell that it WILL improve your rankings. I have a pretty hard time believing this myself, since it would be on the contrary when it comes to SEO and ranking your sites, but please do what you feel is best.
Include a video in your gig so your service get more exposure This leads to increased exposure so it's vital for traffic. You'll even notice that Fiverr themselves states that people having videos increase their sales with 220% so not having one is pure insane. I don't know how they managed to come up with the actual numbers but that being said, a video is vital.
Another rumor circling around is about how Fiverr ranks your gig better if you name your video to your main keyword.. I don't know if it's true or false, but heck, why not just name the video like that before uploading it?
If you provide voice overs you'll just name your video "voiceovers" or
"greatvoiceovers". That's an extra 5 seconds before uploading your video.
?Response time is vital
Reply as soon as possible to keep your clients satisfied and to make sure your average response time is good. Your goal is to keep your average response time as low as possible. You can even use the Fiverr mobile app to do this. There are some rumors about this too actually. That it improves your rankings. Just like with the videos, I have no idea if this is true or false. Do what suits you best.
Social Media shares upon delivery
Do not just tell your clients to share your gig on their social medias. They might share your gig but don't beg them too.. Instead of begging you could simply include something like this within your delivery message.
"If you're satisfied with my service, feel free to share your
experience with your friends and family. I would appreciate
your actions deeply but this is not mandatory at all. Thank
you once again."
Do NOT just ask them "Can you share my gig?"
That's just inappropriate and it looks like begging. Not professional that is. Asking them in a way like I showed you above makes them more likely to do exactly what you're asking them because they feel appreciated and they feel like they are the ones who's in charge and in control. In reality, they're not. You're leading them, which is the key when it comes to selling.
Reviews And Feedback
As a newcomer, you'll need reviews. - Buyers love feedback so having multiple outstanding reviews is another vital thing for success. (Join exchange groups or simply pay someone to leave positive feedback if you believe it'll be necessary. More on that later on.)
**In case you provide the same or similar gigs like your competitors, make sure you over-deliver to your customers and leaving them with more than they could get from anyone else. ( Vital to make your first sales and get the first couple of reviews. Edit your gig and offer the same value when you start to get orders regularly if you want.)
**Negative feedback will ruin your business so always offer refunds and cancel
the orders if needed! Even if you lose money by doing this!
List of things to remember
• Having all your gig spots active will increase your visibility, so make as many gigs as you can to reach the maximum amount.
• Use more than 1 account if you can handle it. Benefits are more exposure, increased visibility and obviously, even more active gigs to be listed.
• Copy/Paste delivery messages so you don't spend time writing a new one
for each order. Time is money!
(just imagine if you deliver 5 or 10 gigs one day... 25 or 50 the other.. Writing delivery messages manually for each time will loose you tons of time!)
• Promote your other gigs in delivery messages. I'd personally do this for similar gigs only. It's not that likely that a buyer who bought a voiceover will purchase social likes for instance, but do what you feel is right.
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