A lot of us coders aren’t designers. In fact sometimes I have a friend design my previews because I’m just so bad at it So I would consider using one of these templates in place of your current 590×300 previews:http://support.envato.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/387
I’d also consider improving the descriptions a bit. Here’s an example I made using Envatitor
Here’s the markup for that example in case you want to use it:http://pastebin.com/u9Ci1Ny9
We all start somewhere so just keep trying to improve and keep your spirits high!
Hello CodingJack , thanks for such a wonderful support and information. You are really not only good author but also a good human being. May god bless you dear. Thank you a lot.
I’m also struggling with sales (maybe too much high expectations) and actually considering releasing my plugins free at wp.org and charge for support instead. What do you all think about that?
Hey guys, Cheers to everyone. I had my first sale….. , Thank you everyone…
yes CodingJack, i am coming with 1 more plugin within 24 hours and next hour in next 24. I hope everything goes fine. Thank you guys.
Thanks for some great tips in this thread here – and the free templates link As I am planning to release my first plugin here soon, this will really help new authors! Thanks, Dave
Wow.. thanks for this thread. It’s really an eye opener. I need to update my products asap. Regards.
Don’t worry, it’s taking time for sales to grow. First of all try to make attractive screenshots, that’s really important. Maybe (and surely!) your items provide great features, you know it, but what about buyers? They have to see in seconds that your items are the right product, the product they need. That’s why creating attractive pictures is important.
The more details you give, the more sales you’ll get.
Also, try to promote yourself as if you were promoting a company: use a corporate visual identity.
And keep working !