Why no SALES?

Discussion started by JordanNel

Hi here is a link to my 3D model https://www.cgtrader.com/3d-models/architectural/d...

I have a very good description, I have 6 preview images , 4 different formats plus I have a publishing score of 7.0, I even applied coupons and discounts and I'm still not getting sales. PLEASE HELP.

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Posted 4 months ago
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Hi, it looks like you only have one model and the model has only been uploaded 8 days ago. It is a very good model and will probably get sales in the future. Models don't usually sell straight away, usually it takes at least few weeks of uploading models to get your first sale. It also helps to have more traffic coming to your store other than Cgtraders default amount by promoting your model yourself.

Posted 4 months ago
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Thanks so much this really helps

Posted 4 months ago
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Honestly that is not a high demand model. Who knows how many people would even have a use for that enough to pay $7

Posted 4 months ago
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I have one advice for you dude.

For the more interest with this models on other potential clients - make few render image on mesh on models.

They are often wants know how much polygons have this or that scene.

JordanNel wrote
JordanNel
Thanks for the advice
Posted 4 months ago
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There is no guarantee that someone will buy your model. I have over 110 models and more than 70% are never sold, but some of them are sold several times. If you want to sell model you need to have a wide variety of models lamps, projectors, chairs, ricecoocker etc., because nobody knows what the costumer wants today. Maybe he wants to make school scene in Unreal Engine but he don't have the chair he want. So he go on to Cgtrader search for a school char, and he will find many school char. He will select a few of them depend on the quality and price. He also will check the technical info, because for Unreal Engine he need models that are optimized for Unreal Engine(LOD's, Lightmaps, collision etc.). And he will chose what is perfect for him.
Going further, on Cgtraders many category are extremely saturated with high quality models(just search for chair, I also have many of them). So if you want to sell models you must to reach that quality. So instead of making many models with poor quality, just make a few with high quality. That very important because nobody will buy a model that 5 min to create. I also recommend you to find a target platform like Unreal Engine, Unity, Daz3D(it's mine:D), because the costumers want to use the models in a specific program. I think that's all.

IsolatedSoulStudio wrote
Vaa my English never improveXD. So in one sentence. Instead of making scenes, just make single high quality models. And don't regret the time. If you need a week for a high quality model that's fine. Your speed and quality will improve model after model, but this need time.
SimonTGriffiths wrote
SimonTGriffiths
Um, that's not entirely true... You can have a good idea of what "might" be needed in the near future with a bit of research and data from previous seasons.
Posted 4 months ago
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20% of my model never sold, some of them sold once ,twice but there is some model that sold really well with average quality. so it is a bit like gambling

JordanNel wrote
JordanNel
Thanks for your feedback really appreciate it
alexvizual wrote
alexvizual
Clients appreciate high quality models. But i agree with muklis-sadewo88 - if you want more solds models - you must carried out a big analityc work a marketlpace where are they solds
Posted 4 months ago
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I usually treat models like missiles, fire and forget. 2 models will take a while to generate sales. That model is really nice, just keep uploading them and don't dwell on them. Eventually, they will start selling.

JordanNel wrote
JordanNel
Thanks for the advice

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