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DsignProductions says

December 2011 and 2012.
But I think this month will beat December.

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EFEKT_Studio says

February 2012 – for sales

November 2012 – earnings

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DoubleX says

March and November for sales, November for earnings.

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VProxy says

November 2012 was the best. December 2012 was also not bad either.

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3Ddym says

December 2012 is the best month for me.

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felt_tips Moderator says

I guess it’s obvious that the most recent months are going to be the best, as most authors are constantly adding to their portfolio and therefore selling more over time.

But trying to take that fact into account, which month feels like the best…. for sales or earnings or both?

March and November seem to be coming out well. But December 2012 seems to be the top answer. I’d be very surprised though, if I asked the same question in May and still got the answer “December”.

I don’t have the problem of uploads skewing results at the moment, ‘cos I haven’t uploaded for over a year. Ouch! :-)

But March, May and October were noticeably better than other months in 2012. After that, it was April, June and August. November was so-so, December better than expected, taking Christmas into account and all.

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EFEKT_Studio says

Come ooon Felt, make something and upload! :)

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VProxy says

Agree with you felt..

Generally March and November are the best. December is good only if you have something for Christmas or New Year. Otherwise it will be no different than January.

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yeremia says

May and September for sales and earnings, but August only for earnings.

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AndrVlad says

March and November.

Best regards Andrey

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