I would say focus more on making yourself look like an actual business that has stuff going on. Look important , sound important (From the gig description / vids / pictures / to the inbox replies you give)
Your first 20 reviews are the most important. If you get enough , the buyers start coming much faster. Make sure EVERYONE who orders from you leaves a review.
And yes it’s entirely possible to make $1000+ a month. We do it here And I think we hit the $2000+ mark this past month. Constantly look back over your stuff as you get better at your craft … see if you can take a nicer picture … make a nicer gig video , word it differently , check your SEO , check your competition , your pricing ,adjust it all accordingly… (not too much as to not throw your gig out of the search for the 24h period sometimes before it can be re-inserted… and sometimes this process bugs out COMPLETELY and requires a ticket!)
Good luck , those are some goodies.