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I'm jumping back into the magic invention market and am wondering how many items I might sell.
I know in DVD's it used to be I could expect to sell between 300-1,000 of a medium popular trick; what are the current numbers?
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There is no direct number. It all depends on what you are selling. What the reviews add up to on what you are selling. What spectators feel about your prices comparing to what they are purchasing. The type of marketing you are using for your product. Word of mouth concerning what you are trying to sell. Where your product is being sold. Competitors selling a product similar to yours. It depends on a lot more also.
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