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I used to run a distro in high school, and I barely remember how many orders I used to get, but I feel like it was more than I am getting now!

Maybe it's because I'm actually keeping track of my expenses, but it's freaking me out! Is this just because my distro is new, or is it normal to get so few orders? 

It's so frustrating!

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right now i'm using analytics for wordpress.

business has been DEAD for me this month. depressing!

NicoleIntrovert said:
What service do you use to get your stats from?

False Start Distro said:
Wow! Congrats! That's really cool.

I actually made about $5 more in March than I did in February, which to me, is a success! I was fearing that I'd make less money, but the fact that I made just a little bit more makes me happy. I am tabling at a design/crafts show this month so I am excited about that. I made a FB fan page for my distro too and I think that's really helping out. I'm trying to keep posi vibes about this!

Do you ever check your website stats? I always find it really interesting to see where people are getting my links from. Every now and then I see a blog that I never even knew about mentioned me and it's awesome when that happens. Maybe something like that happened for you and that's why you're getting all this new business!

lizzy / marching stars distro said:
Business is absolutely booming for me and I have no idea why! I've taken over 10 times the amount I did in January - March 2009...
I'm not doing anything remotely interesting at the moment... distro physically looks a bit neglected... god knows why so many orders! I took an order a day in March, and that's unprecedented for me (even when I've had offers on)...


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