Where are you marketing or how are you going about it? Beats are one of those things that people seem to buy when they hear something they really want and know they’re ready to put something together. That said, you have options of promoting such as Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and Youtube. You also have other options such as paying for tweets to promote your beats, Headliner.fm, Google Ads, Facebook Ads, and so forth.
Selling beats isn’t easy, and for most including myself, it’s not something that you typically sell 5 beats or more a day every single day. There are days I have a beat sale, there are days I have no sales, and there are days I have one or two people buy 5 or 6 beats each, so it varies just like any retail business would.
That said, you have to keep promoting as best as possible and try to build networking with others to a degree. If you see people on Facebook or Twitter with music, check them out and give them some feedback on their music. They in turn usually (not everyone as some are only about themselves) listen to what you have and will then hit you up as well.
There are many different ways to promote beats, but in the end, it’s all about who among the visitors you get to see your site is actually ready to buy. Many kats out there simply want to “Do Networking” or “want free beats” and that’s all. But there are buyers among those that don’t buy, trust and believe.
Much respect. Keep the hustle going strong!