The busiest section of the Fiverr categories is Social Marketing. If you click on that category and sort them by rating you see most of the first few gigs have Top Rated Seller status and the sellers have sold thousands upon thousands of gigs. This category also has more gigs than any other Fiverr category. So what can you do to make your new social marketing gig stand out?
The best thing you can do when creating your social marketing gig is specialize. Across the top of the Social Marketing category are sections to help you do just that. What is going to be the focus of your gig?
Do you have thousands of Twitter followers? If so, you’ve got a gig renting out your Twitter updates for $5.
There are two things you can do to specialize your Twitter gig even further.
1) In your gig description mention that the majority of your followers are cooking enthusiasts, car buffs or book readers. Of course this only works if you have a specialized group of Twitter followers. Make sure you put those specialized key words in your gig description and add them to your picture/video tags when you set up your gig. That’s how the buyers looking for a targeted audience will find you.
2) Offer to tweet your buyers message or link several times over a period one week. This is something that most of the top sellers aren’t willing to do. They are looking to minimize their time spent on a gig, but with a new gig you need to go the extra mile to get noticed. Use a service like Social Oomph to schedule your tweets so your time is minimized as well.
Once you’ve completed several gigs and you have a 100% feedback rating, you can change your gig description to offer less tweets in a shorter period of time. At that point your good feedback will be getting you more gig sales.