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thesecession says

Does anyone happen to have this data or its it something they don’t release to the public? It would be interesting to look at these statistics and see how they grow and decline with specific times of year, ect.

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ZtarrZound says

Would be interesting to know indeed. Along with thigs such as most frequent keywords searches and how relevancy is factored into returned items for a search. Things that make ya go hmmmm….

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liambradbury says

the iEnvato app shows an average number of sales and other useful stats, this can be downloaded here http://www.blog.mpcreation.pl/ienvato-2-0-1-rc1/

you need adobe air to install which can be downloaded here http://get.adobe.com/air/

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thesecession says

thank you :)

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GabrielCarter says

that is one awesome application, whoever made it, wow

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GabrielCarter says

can you put it on an iphone ?

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liambradbury says

I dont know if it will work on iphone.

Another great tool to use is the flag counter – http://flagcounter.com/

Place the flag counter on your profile and it displays the number of views your profile has had, BUT !, if you click on the banner once its on your page you get a lot more detailed information about numbers of unique visitors and graphs displaying activity in weekly, monthly or yearly form. Also tells you how many page views you have had each day.

Hope this helps!

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thesecession says

Is there any way to see the number of sales on the whole marketplace, not just yourself?

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BCrutchfield Reviewer says

There is but it takes a tremendous amount of dedication and time. Here’s how to do it:

1) Click the “All Files” tab, and then sort by sales.

2) Bust out a calculator and add up the total number of marketplace sales from every item that has sold.

3) Do this daily, and subtract yesterdays number from todays number.

4) I’m not serious, and would definitely like to be able to see some kind of market-wide sales figures too! :P

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BalladBee says
BCrutchfield said
There is but it takes a tremendous amount of dedication and time. Here’s how to do it:

1) Click the “All Files” tab, and then sort by sales.

2) Bust out a calculator and add up the total number of marketplace sales from every item that has sold.

3) Do this daily, and subtract yesterdays number from todays number.

4) I’m not serious, and would definitely like to be able to see some kind of market-wide sales figures too! :P

:)

Although you might be able to get a rough result using the same process and just look at [n] number of top authors on, say, a weekly or monthly basis.

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