Just out of curiosity, I was wondering… After one updates and item and it goes back into the queue, will the reviewers ever consider raising or lowering the price of an item?
I create a simple script that prints someones name to the screen.
Reviewer says $0.50
I get a bunch of request that ask for a lot more, I do those request and then reupload the main file along with what was changed.
Would the reviewer take into consideration the things that were changed and raise the price (keeping all those that purchased it before get the upgrade for free)?
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Yup. I’ve had 2 items raise in price after adding more features.
Previous buyers will still get free upgrades.
You can always email the reviewer with a list of your proposed updates and get some idea if it will be enough to get a small price rise.
A side note: sometimes a cheaper script with lots of features will sell more than an expensive script with the same features. So you will probably make more sales (ie: income) with a cheaper priced script.
Nice to know
Thats why I always purchase from the word go, if I like the item and I can see that it is going to get even better I purchase. I have purchased items in the past just to show support and motivate the designer/coder