How to read Fiverr’s analytics
Fiverr recently updates its analytics allowing sellers to have a better over view of their selling Gigs and earnings.
in the next few line we will show you how to read and make use of these new features:
The first row in the above picture provides the basic earning information as follows:
Total earnings which is the total amount of earnings you have earned from your sales since you joined fiverr.
Total completed orders which is the total number of orders you have completed.
Avg. selling price which represents the average Selling price calculated by dividing the summation of all your earnings by the number of completed Gigs.
Earned in (This month) show your earning in the current month.
The bar chart bellow the analytics column shows you your earnings in the last month, 3 months, or year in a visual representation.
The bellow section shows you the progress in the active gigs in your hand. The section on the right side allows you to compare between your sold gigs and your sold custom orders. you can set this section to show you details as per order or revenue by clicking on the corresponding button just bellow the title word “SALES”.
Moving to the next section of the Analytics page we can find the performance evaluation.
Starting from the left side you can see the percentage of completed orders, then the percentage of your response rate, then the percentage of the orders you delivered in time. Here if you want to make sure you are performing good you can see below each progress bar in this section. It tells you the least relative percentage performance for each section. Until your scores are equal to or higher than these percentages you are fine other wise you need to raise up your performance.
Here you can see your overall rating and the percentage of rated orders.
Your Seller Level
In this section you can see your level as a seller on Fiverr. It will help you to know the requirements to move from one level to the next one. There is basically four levels of sellers in Fiverr starting from new seler, Level one, level two, and top seller which is the highest seller’s level on Fiverr.
Now we comes to one of the most exciting features in Fiverr analytics in my opinion “World domination”. This feature allows you to see on the map the countries where your buyers come from. You can determine visually the country from which most of your buyers come from.
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