Congrats! Yes extended is nice – also has one last week (second extended ever). Last week was totally nice, this one started very slow.
Best Regards, Andrey
Amazing last few days!
You’ll be the owner of a shiny new blue_steel paw after selling just $9 more
I equalled my all time sales in a day record today (for the fourth time… can’t seem to beat it!).
There has definitely (finally) been a pick up in October. It seems to have coincided with the nights really drawing in. It’s getting cold and wintry. Maybe that’s the reason.
For me (and I think for a few others too), July and September were really slow. August was actually pretty good. Normally, you’d expect July and August to be the slow ones, then the pick up in September. But this year, not so.
I don’t get it ...so far, October is the worse month…my Jessica used to be in first 5 weekly bestsellers – suddenly sales dropped. I guess everybody already have it
I also hoped that my latest template will sell better. Hmm…need to work on other templates I guess.
Worst month ever, time to fix it while it’s time!
every time a bundle kicks in, there is a drop in sales. but this bundle have nothing to do with videohive, I don’t get it
Anyone promote Print Bundle? Low Referrals these days
I don’t get it ...so far, October is the worse month…my Jessica used to be in first 5 weekly bestsellers – suddenly sales dropped. I guess everybody already have it I also hoped that my latest template will sell better. Hmm…need to work on other templates I guess.
I think that in your case, it’s probably not about October, but about your big selling file.
With a single, successful file, sales can fall off quite rapidly. I think there’s perhaps a saturation point. Or it could simply be that other similar files start to take over.
Anyway, once the initial momentum starts to ebb, the file will drop out of the weekly Popular Items and the slowing effect will compound. The process that was responsible for amplifying the file’s success in the first place, is now starting to act in reverse.
But in my experience, these files will usually settle down to a much reduced (but still not bad) sales rate, since they obviously have something fundamental that draws the crowds – and they also have very high lifetime sales, which is a clincher when it comes to findability (I remain convinced that most buyers sort by sales) and in buyers choosing between several similar files (all else being equal, they’ll likely opt for the tried and tested one with the highest sales)