I have tried to make my scripts different and unique. Sales have been below expectations (but that was expected ).
What am I missing out? Do I need to work more on improving my presentation and preview? or the script itself?
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Welcome to CodeCanyon! Both your plugins looks nice, and the presentation looks perfectly fine. I can’t really see any faults in either and it looks like they’re off to a great start. Your sales aren’t terrible, they’re both new plugins and December can be a slow sales month due to the holidays. Give it some time and focus on providing excellent support – buyers will be grateful and love you for it.
Once I finish the fun part of a plugin (coding it) I always give myself a couple extra weeks to let things stew around a bit. Playing with the plugin yourself can really provide a lot of insight. I like to mess around with it for awhile, seeing how far I can push it and in what different ways I can twist it into doing different things. Just a couple days of doing this and you’ll find yourself adding a few lines of code and achieving a massive amount of additional capabilities and flexibility.
Everything looks great. Good luck with sales!
Thanks. This reminds me of something I wanted to ask: My product got 400 clicks on the first day, and gets 30 – 40 a day 4 weeks later. I wanted to know if clicks would continue to go down, reaching 0 – 5, or will they stabilize around a particular number like 30 for months to come.
Your advice on playing around with the script for a while is excellent. If one has the patience for it, it can be really beneficial.