[This is a serious thread. I know some people will think it's a shameless plug, but it is not. Please trust me on that!] I've been working with some very talented people to create characters and monsters for my game. To pay for it (I've spent nearly $10,000 so far!), I figured I should sell them on the asset store. So all my stuff is there, and you can find the website for it at http://www.InfinityPBR.com However, I don't get sales. I've gotten 6 on my most popular character. The 2nd most popular has had 3, and the new one, out for about a week, zero. Here's some things that I figure are probably true: 1. The characters I have available right now aren't the most in-demand. 2. Some people are turned off by PBR, thinking that it means the look won't fit with the rest of the assets the've bought. 3. Some people don't know what "Procedural" means for textures, or otherwise think procedural is not a good thing. 4. When I lowered the price, when it was discounted, sales did not improve (or even happen in one case). 5. When I had a free package to show people the power of "Procedural PBR", it got a bunch of downloads but no conversions to the other packages. Here's what I'm wondering: 1. Is there anything I'm doing wrong? -- I've produced a bunch of YouTube videos, could "too many" be a problem? Or are my videos not good? -- I post in the forums whenever I have a reason to. For the most part no one replies, so the threads die. -- I've produced action-filled screenshots that I think look amazing, using other assets from the store, so people can see what they'd look like in popular environments. Is this a bad thing? 2. Is the price right? Every time I ask this, people say "yes", and since I didn't see sales happen when I lowered prices, I'm assuming that's the case. 3. What do you think I may be able to do to help people want to buy (And actually buy) these assets? I'd like to start bringing in some money or eventually I'll run out of savings and won't be able to keep making more! Of course, if no one finds them valuable, maybe that's a good thing Thanks everyone!