Here's what stands out:
R M wrote:
It doesn't look "done"
I don't know how bad it was before, but it's still not great now. You need a proper photograph as your profile picture.
Lose that nonsense of the "special promotional offer" - you really don't want to work with the kind of clients that would be attracted by something like that, and the kind of clients you do want to work with would be turned off by a writer peddling their skills like a used car salesman...
Your profile brands you as cheap. That is not a good look (and by "cheap" I don't even mean the price, in case that needs clarification)
I would suggest you take a look how other, successful freelancers in your niche structure their profiles and get inspiration.
Edited to add: Following Jamie's post I took a look at your portfolio items.
They are.... "problematic"
I know that somebody has suggested that you raise your rates, which is usually fair advice, but your samples do no reflect what you are asking for. You need to improve them (the samples). They're full of mistakes and your diction and sentence structure is not at all good. I recruit writers at the lower end and, I have to say, your samples would prevent me from hiring you.
Bear in mind that writers are usually expected to use samples that reflect the BEST of their work. If those samples are your best then it won't fill clients with much confidence.
Question in regards to rates as related to this thread:
I attempted to look at the OP's profile but it is set to private, so my question is more general in nature. I've noticed that many of my fellow freelancers from other countries where rates/salaries, in general, are low to begin with, have rates set in the general area as the OP. Five dollars seems to be quite common. For the US, that is crazy low, agreed. But if they're also looking for jobs in their own countries (India, Bangladesh, Pakistan) how do they rectify the disparity in rates when job searching on Upwork? No one is going to hire them in India for what I charge, which isn't all that much, yet, clients in the US will look at that and think just the opposite, which is that their work is only worth $5 so, no, thank you. Again, I can't see the OP's profile so I can't relate this to any errors he might have had, or other profile issues. I was just wondering, how they could comfortably walk that line between income disparity with jobs in their own country versus jobs here. Is it even worth it for us US freelancers to look in other countries for jobs?