New sales?

Hi there :call_me_hand:

So guys, what should I do with the prices of your items?
What do you think will be more useful for the sales?

What do U think?

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Hi, I think you missed Envato Team post.

Important Information About Pricing Discussions
Moving forward with Author-Driven Pricing, it’s important to note that there are strict laws governing pricing conduct. In particular, it’s strictly prohibited to have an agreement, arrangement or understanding between competing businesses (such as two authors) about what price point to sell at. How to price your work is a commercial decision you will need to make for yourself.

What he’s asking is perfectly fine, as no agreements, arrangements or understandings are being made.

Prices are public, so discussing them is not an issue.

I’m asking of course

Right now, everyone is experimenting.

Some people are raising prices, others are cutting them ridiculously low. Some are doing a combination of both.

We won’t really know what’s best until the dust settles.

And even then, what’s true for one author may not be true for another, in terms of results.

Only time will tell.


Very useful topic and the right theme for all of us, I think that we will hear the experience of many authors here. :blush::sunglasses:

I guess only time will tell, but its probably smart to look at your customer base for your tracks, are they mainly advertisers, video production companies and such, then I think its a no brainer to raise up the prices.

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No, I’m all for the discussion. But in the original post (which was edited) were specific prices.

Is all good now?

For me raising price is really good option to get started. Same sales and more income.
But giving discount for some items is surely great idea :smiley:


i raised a bit the price for my best sellers and for my niche tracks, the more original and the ones that “stands out” from the standard AJ happy/motivational/happy/corpoarte/epic

let’s see…

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Talking about specific prices is OK too - they’re all a matter of public record.

“Colluding” on prices is forbidden, although you’d have a hard time convincing me (or anyone) how it makes any difference whatsoever.