The Sales Analytics Page on Fiverr keeps track of how much money you have made, the number of orders created, the average selling price and your positive rating on Fiverr.
Fiverr statistics go deeper on the line below with the number of new orders, gig extra orders, the number of multiple orders and the amount of orders that have actually been completed.
Scrolling down, you will see more details about your Fiverr reviews and the number of canceled orders. The Fiverr statistics will include the percentage of positive reviews and negative reviews as well as a rating of your response time for completing orders.
At the bottom of the Sales Analytics Page you will Fiverr statistics like currently active gigs, number of pages views your gig page has received and the conversion rate of your gig. The conversion rate will give you an idea if you need to make some changes.
It’s recommended that you check your Fiverr statistics on an ongoing basis to see where you are and where you are headed. Keeping a close eye on your progress will aid you in find ways to better your performance on Fiverr and increase profitability.
We hope you enjoyed this Make Money On Fiverr 10 video tutorial series. Fiverr is not for everyone, of course, but if you have watched all the videos you’ll have a greater understanding of how Fiverr works.
Perhaps most importantly, you now understand that Fiverr is not limited to $5 gigs. With a little good work habits and some creativity, you can make a good profit on Fiverr and even make it your full-time career.
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