Woohoo! Fiverr launched the PROMOTED GIGS

**The Promoted Gigs feature is currently in Beta and available to a limited number of sellers.**

Promoted Gigs is a paid advertising tool that enables you to promote your Gigs on Fiverr
With Promoted Gigs, you can push your Gig to prime locations in category pages and search results, gain more visibility and get more orders.  The ad’s display is based on an auction between sellers and depends on the price you’re willing to pay for each ad click (bid). You’ll pay a fee only when buyers click on your ad.

Why is Fiverr doing this?

Based on a survey Fiverr recently conducted and received other feedback, so they know that the majority of the community is interested in a Promoted Gig option. Now Fiverr is running this test to figure out the best way to implement the feature.

Who is participating in the the Beta phase?

Fiverr used a randomized across seller levels. If you aren’t in the test and would like to participate, please leave a comment below.

What do Promoted Gigs look like?

Promoted Gigs look like normal Gigs with a small “Ad” badge that appears on the upper lefthand corner.

Where do the ads appear?

The ads will appear on the first row of Category page listings.

How is it going to affect my business?

Sellers participating in the Beta will likely see fluctuations in traffic. The test will not impact sellers who are not participating.
Fiverr doesn’t anticipate that anyone who is not participating will experience less sales. For those who do participate, the goal is to enable those sellers to take their businesses to the next level.

How much will Promoted Gigs cost when it rolls out?

According to Fiverr, Promoted gigs will be charged 10$ a day. You can see in the below Picture.

How do you track quality?

There’s an editorial determination that will ensure the quality of any sellers and Gigs that appear as sponsored ads.

How long will the Beta last?

A few weeks. We’ll update the community again about our insights following the conclusion of the Beta phase. Thanks for your patience!

If you have any question or want to learn more, comment below.

January 25, 2021

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