I've just set up a site with a couple hundred articles on it. I've researched and written all the articles myself so they are good quality. I've also written an ebook (also researched and written by myself). In the last month, my unique visitors to the site jumped from like 30 a day to 200 a day. Each of these 200 uniques are viewing on average 6-7 pages per visit making the average daily hits about 1200 -1400 (one day they hit 2000+). Therefore i'd conclude that the site is useful and engaging. The problem is that i launched my ebook a couple of days ago and no ones bought it . I even bought the book myself through the site using my credit card to make sure the payment process was working - it was. My ebook does have a market becuase there are other books in my market on other sites. However, most of these are 1 page sales letters with an ebook on them as opposed to my site which is a genuine resource site providing a good user experience. I've also priced my ebook similiar to them - $37 I've done TONS of research (2 solid years to be exact), I know what makes a good market, i know how to write decent sales copy, i know how to write easy to read articles (ie using bullet points and short paragraphs), i know all about pr sculpting (though my site pr is still on 0 as it's so new), i've done link building albeit white hat stuff such as article marketing and a bit of BMR. According to my research, organic traffic (which is what my traffic is pretty much), should convert something like 1-2% (maybe 3% on a good day). Therefore, if i'm getting 200 uniques per day, doesn't that mean i should be getting about 4 sales per day??? I have my ebook advertised on each article of my site with a clickable picture of the ebook leading to the sales page. Currently each day about 80% of the visits are brand new, which basicaly means that approx 40 uniques are return visitors. This got me thinking today, i know customers have to recieve approx 6-8 exposures of your product on average before they buy. Does this mean that only the repeat visitors (ie the 40 uniques) are potential sales?? The thing is that just because a person returns once, doesn't mean they'll return 6-8 times to finally produce a sale. How many sales in your opinion, should a site like mine with 200 uniques per day be making per day. I know 200 isn't alot but i would have thought it would have resulted in some sales especially as each unique is viewing 6-7 pages. I am hoping though that the site will increase to 1000 uniques and maybe beyond if i'm lucky. Is it normal to be getting 0 sales at this stage in building a website?