Slowly but surely I am getting caught up to the current day.
Adventures in Oz: Fantasy Roleplaying Beyond the Yellow Brick Road
|Sales Channel/Product Type||April||May||June||Quarter Total||YTD||Last Year||Grand Total|
|One Book Shelf/PDF||-||5||2||7||27||3||131|
|One Book Shelf/Print||-||-||-||-||-||1||2|
|One Book Shelf/Bundle||-||-||-||-||1||1||10|
|One Book Shelf/Total||-||5||2||7||28||5||143|
Adventures in Oz Characters Pack
|Sales Channel/Product Type||April||May||June||Quarter Sales||Total Sales|
For those of you wondering why I'm not participating in this year's A to Z blogging challenge, I think you'll see the answer on this chart. The sales for April set a historical low. The only times I have sold less product were when I had no product to sell. I'm tempted to blame the blogging challenge, since this is the only April to perform this poorly and the months surrounding April were not similarly suppressed.
Also for the month of April, OneBookShelf put together a charity bundle to support the Center for Missing and Exploited Children. (It's Child Abuse Awareness Month again this year, too). I donated the Characters Pack this time, since I had already donated the corebook to a previous charity bundle.
It may have been a "perfect storm" of the two events that caused sales to drop like this. But it's enough to make me rethink my marketing strategy.