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FinalDestiny says

Do you remove your old items if they don’t produce a decent revenue? Or you keep them for your portfolio / history? :)

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INDUSTRYKIDZ says

I learn thats just better to keep them they get at least one sale a year or so ,

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Pricop says

Do you remove your old items if they don’t produce a decent revenue? Or you keep them for your portfolio / history? :)

No, I don’t. Current purchase might want to re-download the item, I guess if I delete it they won’t be able to do it, and they still might produce some revenue, like 1 sale to 6 months =).

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billyf says

I think I will keep mine (it’s still too ‘new’ to be considered ‘old’ :p ) for the sake of keeping the buyers supported, probably for at least 2 years starting from the date of it getting listed in the marketplace.

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permian says

I did, and not only the old ones, but relatively fresh too.

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FinalDestiny says

I did, and not only the old ones, but relatively fresh too.

And why’s that? As for me, I don’t think I’ll ever remove any of my items(only if Envato will). First, because of the portfolio. Secondly, because of what Pricop said, the buyers may want to re-download the item, to check the comments, etc.

And, one sale in 2 months isn’t that bad, coke for 1 month. :D

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crossroad says

It depends on what kind of files you have. If you have WordPress theme, you will either need to remove that or you will need to keep updating to keep it compatible with their latest versions.

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InlifeThrill says

Keep ‘em.

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permian says

FinalDestiny, that’s simple: nobody bought them, and I couldn’t give them another chance to be noticed on other places without deleting, since I’m an exclusive author here.

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Pricop says

FinalDestiny, that’s simple: nobody bought them, and I couldn’t give them another chance to be noticed on other places without deleting, since I’m an exclusive author here.

He said a decent revenue, tho they still might sell a few copies every two months, that would reduce the time cost spent on making the respective item.

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