Tired of replying to tons of gigs but still not able to get enough orders?
You have just landed on the best page. So what is the number one reason for not getting enough orders on Fiverr?
Reviews? Ratings? no. Though reviews and ratings do play a vital role, the way you communicate with the client plays a major role in conversions.
Before we start let’s understand what people on Fiverr looks for
a) Cheap and reliable service
b) Get communicated with an experienced person who knows your problem
c) Quick and Fast Delivery.
Now the second point is most important to note. When a reply to a gig in Fiverr lots of people commit mistakes by not mentioning the problem the client speaks out about.
What do they type? they simply reply like they have understood the problem and would give a good solution.
They never speak about what clients want and what they can provide. They will just send a blank reply.
This is where we tend to lose clients.
What is the proper way to reply?
- Address the client’s problem by explaining more. This makes the client understand that you have understood the problem
- Provide your route to the solution
- Say your expertise in solving a similar problem like these. Explain something like you have a few year’s experiences in this and can be solved with ease.
- In the end, provide a time frame. Try to give a time frame with an explanation, this will increase the client’s trust and make him think that you can provide a good solution.
- Give them more than what they ask for. This may not be applicable for every gig, but where ever possible try to give something free, in the lines of ebook and resources.
when you speak in the language of what the client is looking for and give something little more than expected you will receive good orders.