yes, well, I want to share my point of view, because I don’t agree with the common practice of “offering the lowest price”. If you have skills, talent and you know exactly what to do this or that and the technical procedures, it’s amateurish to offer the lowest price, You are underpricing your work. At the same time you have to be honest with yourself. Are you skilled enough to ask more? Finding a good balance between the two issues will give you an idea of the correct price to go for.
its funny how you say this when I found few of your offer in buyer section asking for complete songs for 5$!
Those recordings are not complete, are work in progress, which I improved, changed and mixed with my instruments and vocals. So they are not “complete products”.
First don’t judge you’re getting any replies, are your impressions slightly increasing as you send those offer to buyer’s request?
Noted thing that contributes to offer acceptation!
You description of your offer
Your GIG IMAGES
PRICE OF YOUR OFFER
are these helpful!!