DsignProductions
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DsignProductions says

one solution that’s very smart is to a) raise prices on items that sell very well (til they stop selling well), and b) lower prices on items that don’t sell well.

the buyers tell you about pricing, if it sells a bunch then the price may be too low, if it sells hardly any than the price is too high.

the more it sells, the more raise the price, til it stops

I don’t think that is a smart move. With a raise of $5 I can leave. ;)

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Bogz says

Flashato +1

but for the sake of discussion i will express my opinion.

All the files aren’t the same. Some need to be decreased and some to be increased. To do that in all of the existing items, i think it’s very difficult and will also will be unfair in many cases.

I think a good solution is to change the pricing policy for the new items from now on and give each author the right to change the old items prices minus/plus 5 to 10$. The hazard of such a move is that some authors won’t act wisely on pricing their own items.

my 1 euro :P

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