How to Post a Gig on Fiverr

Fiverr is a platform for freelancers where anyone can create a free account and start earning money according to their skills. One has to post a gig to share their talents with the world. If you are a beginner on Fiverr and already have an account but don’t know what a gig is and how to post it, this article is for you.

What is a gig on Fiverr?

Everyone has some skills for which they join Fiverr to sell them. Gig on Fiverr is actually those services that a person wants to sell. The seller gets the full right to represent his or her talent, skills, and all the necessary details in the best possible way. The people who hire others to get the whole image and information of the seller help them decide whether to make a business deal.

How to post a gig on Fiverr?

Here are some steps which will help you post your gig on Fiverr. Keep these two points in mind before getting started.

  • If you have just created an account on Fiverr, you need to fill in your seller’s data before making a gig. Go to “Selling,” click “start selling,” and write down all the required data.
  • In the “Selling” section, you will find “Gig.” Click it and proceed to “Create a new Gig.”

Six Steps to get your Gig-ready:

Each Gig requires these six sections to be filled out.

  1. Overview:

This section contains your Gig title, which should be short and attractive. Select a proper category and subcategories for the gig as your it will be displayed in the chosen type, and you will get jobs according to it later on.

  1. Scope and pricing:

Fill in all the pricing details, delivery timings, and extra charges, etc. Name your package with a brief title, write down all the services you are offering, the price per word or logo, etc. Give your revision details and final expenses.

  1. Description and FAQ:

Here you can describe your gig in detail, i.e., almost 1200 words. Try to be as detailed as possible so that the client gets satisfied in all ways. The FAQ should provide those questions which further clear the mind of the buyer.

  1. Requirements:

You are kind of talking to your buyer and explaining what you actually need before starting working on a project. If you want written instructions, or a phone call, or any other clarifications, then directly write it down.

  1. Gallery:

This section gives three options to best describe your gig, i.e., photo, audio, or video.

  1. Publish:

So your gig is ready to be published. Click “Publish Gig,” which will also give you options to promote it on other social platforms.

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