If it doesn't sell, look at it as a trial and error situation.
So, when an auction ends, if there is no sale, ask yourself what is wrong with the auction.
This is exactly what I do when my sales go down. Often, I make a change or two and the sales go right back up.
At first, it might not be obvious, but over time you will get so good at it, there will not be a ton of trial and error but more just fixing the auction as you know what is wrong..
SO, I would not just throw it into the store.
Its an easy trap to fall for. It can mean in some situations that you are giving up..
The only items I would throw in a store is some physical item that doesn't seem to have a large buying crowd too. Those are destined for the store..
But eBooks. eBooks are something that is mostly how you market, so if they are not selling, it is mainly because you need to improve how you market it..
Marverick Tan <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I would like to know how often do you relist your ebook for the regular 7 day listing for $0.35 ??
The ebook is already available in my store inventory list....
Seems like all my sales are generated from the regular listings and not from my store inventory... how can I improve traffic to my store front??
O'REILLY: All right, Lis ... I sell bibles in Tarzana, CA. Lenny comes in, & he's got a ... beard. He's wearing a
dress ... I have to hire him?
LIS WIEHL: You can't not hire Lenny.
O'REILLY: Yes, but ... Don't you see my business point here? ... the state of Calif .. is forcing me to hire people that may be detrimental to my business.
LIS WIEHL: appearance shouldn't matter. When you're selling bibles.
O'REILLY: Ms. Rivers, you understand ... better than Lis because she went to Harvard Law School, and that disqualifies her from common sense.