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For the last couple of weeks, though, sales are really off. I've been doing AdWords all year for some of the more profitable items, but setting a daily budget that almost always was consumed by about 10 pm. Now I find that there are so few clicks on the ads that I'm only consuming half of my budget. That's ok, though, since none of the clicks are converting.
I don't have any idea what to do, so I guess the solution is just to cut prices to the extent possible and wait things out. Given that I'm already one of the lowest-priced retailers for the limited number of products I sell, there's not much left to cut in price.
I know I'm not alone in this. What steps, if any, are you taking to address the problem?
This should point to an extremely interesting Christmas shopping season.
If there was actually a risk of death for these organisations, perhaps they would be incentivised to make sure they remained 'liquid'
Of course, V-shapes cause acute pain to a few, rather than chronic (but possibly managable) pain to the many