Ulla from Luxemburg wrote:Lack of material is not a problem with my current site - time is more of a hindrance.
Time is a problem for all of us–unless we can work full-time on our site. Even then it still needs managing carefully.
The problem now is that the ebooks stopped selling. I don't understand why because the visitor numbers are the same. I haven't had one sale since the end of July, until then the sales were quite steady. Visitor numbers have not stopped but I have not updated the website much during the summer. I also didn't update it much last year however. I still get newsletter subscriptions but less of those also.
You might be answering your own question here. Whenever I neglect my site the traffic falls. I think there's no way around this one. If your books sales had fallen and you were still updating the website, then you could look elsewhere for problems.
Also it depends (partly) on the original sales. If they were very low (10's a month), then it may not be surprising that you've not sold any without a serious attempt at marketing. But if you were selling 100's a month, then it is strange and may require a different approach.