Having coached many voice actors getting started on Fiverr, and even veterans, the greatest issue they have is with the setup of their gig.
In this post, I talk about 3 Pro Tips for setting up your Fiverr Gig right.
Setting up your title correctly is imperative. Think of your title as what someone would type in the search box.
If you try to shove too many words (keywords) into your title, it will sound unnatural and won't cast you in a professional light.
Your title should include a possible searched phrase like ... "I Will Record An American Female Voice Over".
Straight to the point and a possible customer might type in "American Female Voice Over".
The next part of your Fiverr gig setup is your description.
Using your title, you want to answer the following questions in your description box:
These questions will give you a direction to go. If you answer these clearly in your description, using your keywords from your title, you will have a nicely defined gig your potential customer might connect with.
Note: It's important to break up your description with spaces, bold, italics, and highlighted spots (Just like this article).
It keeps peoples attention and makes it easier to read.
The tags section is the place where you point out to Fiverr what you feel is important for the platform to know about your gig when someone searches for a service.
With this in mind, you should be using your Title as your basis.
Using the title we made above, we would make sure we inserted tags like Female Voice Over, American Voice Over, Female Voice Over, Female Voice, etc.
Fiverr allows you to have 5 tags so use them wisely.
I have explained this in the video above also. Please feel free to leave a comment and share this article with someone who is just starting on Fiverr or struggling to get those first few customers.
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