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Author Topic: No sales for the last 10 days on VideoBlocks 100% commish site. How about you?  (Read 20656 times)

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« on: May 07, 2015, 11:08 »
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If this is the new norm, I don't like it.  I had a few sales before that.


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« Reply #1 on: May 07, 2015, 11:13 »
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How about waiting a few more weeks (or even months) to evaluate your sales, instead of jumping to conclusions after a mere 10 days? Rome wasn't built in one day.

« Reply #2 on: May 07, 2015, 11:20 »
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How about waiting a few more weeks (or even months) to evaluate your sales, instead of jumping to conclusions after a mere 10 days? Rome wasn't built in one day.

I know, but sales were consistent before it suddenly stopped.  That makes me worry because it's a new site.  Maybe the sales are overwhelming they don't have enough time to process them.  I may see many sales posted suddenly.  Crossing my fingers.

KB

« Reply #3 on: May 07, 2015, 12:12 »
+8
Maybe the sales are overwhelming they don't have enough time to process them.  I may see many sales posted suddenly.  Crossing my fingers.
::)

Or maybe other contributors read your glowing reports of how many sales you were getting and uploaded so much content that now yours is just a drop in the proverbial bucket?  ;D

« Reply #4 on: May 07, 2015, 12:44 »
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Maybe the sales are overwhelming they don't have enough time to process them.  I may see many sales posted suddenly.  Crossing my fingers.
::)

Or maybe other contributors read your glowing reports of how many sales you were getting and uploaded so much content that now yours is just a drop in the proverbial bucket?  ;D

A few days ago i checked and the market place hadn't grown since its opening i remember it was like 150-160k files almost the same as the day it started.
I just went back to check and they have changed the number now it says 10K+ for both libraries,but still i dont think it has changed much.
But seriously do you truly believe that a marketplace that has been open for a month suddenly grew too much as to dilute the sales?
So everyone who contributed there from the start is now an established seller there?Like seriously?

KB

« Reply #5 on: May 07, 2015, 13:11 »
+1
Maybe the sales are overwhelming they don't have enough time to process them.  I may see many sales posted suddenly.  Crossing my fingers.
::)

Or maybe other contributors read your glowing reports of how many sales you were getting and uploaded so much content that now yours is just a drop in the proverbial bucket?  ;D

A few days ago i checked and the market place hadn't grown since its opening i remember it was like 150-160k files almost the same as the day it started.
I just went back to check and they have changed the number now it says 10K+ for both libraries,but still i dont think it has changed much.
But seriously do you truly believe that a marketplace that has been open for a month suddenly grew too much as to dilute the sales?
So everyone who contributed there from the start is now an established seller there?Like seriously?
I don't recall saying anything about whether the contributors were established sellers or not, so I'm not sure where that comes from.

So your logic is, the number used to show 150-160K, it now shows 10K+, and you "dont think it has changed much". Like seriously?  ???

Neither of us has a clue what is really going on there. I just offered what seemed like a possible explanation for helloitsme's sudden drop in sales. It seems logical to me to assume that the pool of buyers hasn't increased significantly in the past month, but the number of files in the marketplace surely has. Perhaps that doesn't explain the sales drop -- of course I honestly don't know.

It could just as easily be that helloitsme was very lucky. One or two buyers perhaps found his port, and continued to buy from it for a few days. When they were done, that was that. Maybe they'll find my port one of these days (I should be so lucky).

Or perhaps you have a better explanation? Let's here it then.

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« Reply #6 on: May 07, 2015, 13:16 »
+1
LOL. Sorry. Probably your recruitment was successful and your sales got diluted.  ;)

« Reply #7 on: May 07, 2015, 13:21 »
+1
Maybe the sales are overwhelming they don't have enough time to process them.  I may see many sales posted suddenly.  Crossing my fingers.
::)

Or maybe other contributors read your glowing reports of how many sales you were getting and uploaded so much content that now yours is just a drop in the proverbial bucket?  ;D

A few days ago i checked and the market place hadn't grown since its opening i remember it was like 150-160k files almost the same as the day it started.
I just went back to check and they have changed the number now it says 10K+ for both libraries,but still i dont think it has changed much.
But seriously do you truly believe that a marketplace that has been open for a month suddenly grew too much as to dilute the sales?
So everyone who contributed there from the start is now an established seller there?Like seriously?
I don't recall saying anything about whether the contributors were established sellers or not, so I'm not sure where that comes from.

So your logic is, the number used to show 150-160K, it now shows 10K+, and you "dont think it has changed much". Like seriously?  ???

Neither of us has a clue what is really going on there. I just offered what seemed like a possible explanation for helloitsme's sudden drop in sales. It seems logical to me to assume that the pool of buyers hasn't increased significantly in the past month, but the number of files in the marketplace surely has. Perhaps that doesn't explain the sales drop -- of course I honestly don't know.

It could just as easily be that helloitsme was very lucky. One or two buyers perhaps found his port, and continued to buy from it for a few days. When they were done, that was that. Maybe they'll find my port one of these days (I should be so lucky).

Or perhaps you have a better explanation? Let's here it then.

Hey i dont have any explanations either.We are making assumptions based of a few facts here.
Im saying that the number of clips online was almost the same when it started as it was a few days before,which was the last time i checked.
Unless something dramatic happened during this week such as online files going from 150K to,i dont know, twice that? then it's highly unlikely that the drop in sales is due to the cmpetition.
Does that make more sense now?

Having sold even one clip in a month on a new site seems pretty remarkable  to me.I mean the topic starter sounds as if he was contributing there for like ages and suddenly his sales dropped hence the tongue in cheek joke about "established seller".

« Reply #8 on: May 10, 2015, 22:24 »
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Got sales but the site is really buggy since past few days.


 

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