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TanyDi2 says

After a few days without any sale I began new year with 1 sale :) Hope 2014 year will be better than last one :)

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LuisFaus says

No sales so far in 2014, though all my new GR items have been accepted for sale – which you guys could check them out … ;);):P

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greenline says

In December I had the same number of sales as in June :) so I think it’s normal given the holidays…

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MotionPatriot says

4 days = No sales !!! I have no time for freelance projects :(

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IsaacA says

4 days = No sales !!! I have no time for freelance projects :(

I think it’s a general thing guys… At this time of the year, sales in all fields (stock music, market, stores, etc) change… They either go up or way down… So once we know it’s a seasonal thing, I think working harder and uploading more is the best idea. That way, whenever people on the web get more active after the holiday season and buyers get more hungry, they’ll find new stuff.

If you have time to be more productive at this particular time, it can pay off… If you’re tied up to other duties while your sales are getting dry, it’s another issue.

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