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Wingsdomain Art and Photography

11 Months Ago

Is Anyone Else Starting To Get More European/international Sales?

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In the past week, I've gotten sales from:

- Bath, Somerset
- Adelaide, Sth. Aust.
- London, England
- Feldmeilen, ZRH (today)(3)
- Duesseldorf, NRW. (today)

Is anyone else starting to get more European/International sales? Did FAA/Pixels finalize their local England print house deal or something? Or maybe one of my unknown marketing channels is starting to pay dividents? Maybe Kiez, Germany is finally making good? Or could it be my updated website this month is a hit in Europe? ...move over Hasselhoff!

Just curious, would be great if this continues.


-W

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Mike Savad

11 Months Ago

one from germany. does oregon count as a country? the one in germany was a toilet at the smallest size.

---Mike Savad

 

Greg Norrell

11 Months Ago

One from New Zealand.

 

Isabella F Abbie Shores

11 Months Ago

As Sean said, people like the Pixels name and do not feel it is only an America site

 

Michelle Calkins

11 Months Ago

my last sale a couple days ago was from the Netherlands!

 

I don't know about Oregon, but I was thinking California has been the honorary second country/island as far as the rest of the US is concern.

I think ZRH (Switzerland?) and NRW (Germany?) are my first sales from those countries. And I've only had 1 or 2 other ones in the past from Australia and England. And having sales from 5 different countries in the span of 1 week is definitely a first.


-W

 

If the Pixels name is making a difference as I'm sure it is also, then good move, Sean, always one step ahead of the pack!


-W

 

Mark Tisdale

11 Months Ago

Had one of my Dublin, Ireland, prints purchased by a buyer in Dublin last week. Not a first for me but I would love to hear it's part of a trend. :-)

 

John Rizzuto

11 Months Ago

45% of the visitors on FAA are from the USA. 38% of the visitors on pixels are from the USA.

 

Mike Savad

11 Months Ago

i have many countries looking, but all of them look on faa. nigeria is popular, but i have people from saudi arabia, france, germany, even from the far off land called the united kingdom. anything from pixels comes from the discussions.


---Mike Savad

 

I forgot to say, in addition to the recent international buyers, I'm also seeing a lot more visitors from the different countries.




-W

 

Jo Appleby

11 Months Ago

I can't speak much of buyers, international or not, but I was curious to hear if anyone had had visitors from Beverly Hills - seem to have them all the time and wondered if this was common with anyone else. Don't want to get off topic so back to international buyers….nope, not one.

 

Roy Erickson

11 Months Ago

Not even getting US sales - and I should begin to think about over the pond(s) sales?

 

Lance Vaughn

11 Months Ago

I've had a lot more visits from Europe (especially Eastern Europe) on FAA recently. I'm not part of Pixels so I don't know if that affects anything. My sales have dropped like a rock though. Record month in September and a few sporadic sales in October. I'm at a loss as to what's going on. :/

 

Lance, I'm logged in to Pixels and when I search for "Lance Vaughn", you show up.


-W

 

Lance Vaughn

11 Months Ago

Weird. Maybe as part of FAA we are automatically part of Pixels? I'm not selling phone cases. Maybe as a member of FAA you are automatically part of Pixels regardless of whether you sell phone cases or not.. I'm really more concerned about the fact that my sales have completely bottomed out suddenly after a couple of months of steady sales and growth. I mean, we are entering the holiday shopping season and I'm getting nothing... Something ain't right.

 

Isabella F Abbie Shores

11 Months Ago

Lance

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Lance Vaughn

11 Months Ago

Okay, so I am part of Pixels but not selling phone cases. That's fine. I guess that might explain all the euro-views.

 

Janine Riley

11 Months Ago

My first International sale - to Norway !
Yeah, that thrilled me : )

 

It's great to see more international customers even if it's just views, it means your world has just expanded and more people are getting to see your work. And the potential, and in some cases the actuality of more buyers is a bonus and makes it all very exciting.


-W

 

Wendy J St Christopher

11 Months Ago

My international sales have always been strong on Zazzle. Here, I've only had one -- but, it's my favorite international sale. To a pirate . . . from Penzance!

Okay, okay -- maybe the buyer's not actually a pirate . . . ;-)

 

Jenny Armitage

11 Months Ago

@ Mike

Certainly Oregon is a different country.

I haven't sold a print internationally, here, only through Redbubble and Zazzle. I have sold two originals to the UK through FAA though.

 

Ann Powell

11 Months Ago

Lance - my sales have also dropped like a rock, the last 2 months. I have not been doing anything differently marketing wise. Like you I wish I knew what was going on.

 

Benjamin Yeager

11 Months Ago

I have seen an increase in European viewers and sales. It's flattering really.

 

Lance Vaughn

11 Months Ago

@Ann

I know what you mean. I can understand the natural ebb and flow of sales but to be steady and growing for two months straight and then suddenly, a complete halt for a month and a half.. Very unsettling.. Wish there was more transparency.

 

Colin Utz

11 Months Ago

For me, a sale to the USA, is a international sale. ;-)

 

Once Sean signs a deal with a local European print house, I'm sure alot of these European viewers will become paying customers. The cost of shipping currently is likely keeping alot of them on the sidelines.


-W

 

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