My most viewed files with less DL, are they so bad?
Should I put them for free? or just leave and wait for sales?
I woukd like to make a bit promotion of my more viewed files with less downloads and if someone is interested in them maybe wants to buy or if someone can give me advice to improve them and re upload ;)
well, let's begin!!
Grey cat, one of my first uploads, uploaded on september 2006, 400 views and 1 download! wow, I won't put it for free bacause of that single upload, if they were at 0 I would offer for free. I suppose there is a enormous amount of better pics of cats out there :P
Made with an old Canon PowerShot A75 which already don't own in the present
Indoor, 246 views and 9 downloads! If nobody is interested on it maybe I should offer for free? I don't dislike the picture, it taked its time to improve the lights and color balance, remove the noise and make it sellable, but it semms that it's not very sellable :/
Another indoor, 241 views and 1 sale. Maybe it's a bit boring? I liked them when I took them and take my time to improve
An abbey cloister, 224 v and 9 dl, yeah this is dull, maybe it could be improved by putting a cloudy blue sky or making colors vivid, what do you think??
Oh man, how was this approved?? 205 v and 0 dl, do you recommend to give for free?? or wait?
This abbey isn't very successful, is it? 165 v and 0 dl
yes, this bread is dull and ugly 164 v and 0 dl
Since I have a lot of bread pics, it's agood idea to put for free in order to improve sales on my other bread pics?
and I will stop with this X-mas grapes
145 v and 0 dl
people don't like it ;)
Well I'm open to all suggestions of improvement or leting them at the free section, or if anyone is interested on any of them or whatever you can say me :)
THANKS TO EVERYONE!!
Photo credits: Titania1980.
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