I don't know you at all, but this thread is a mess. It appears you're taking this all personally, and honestly this thread can't be good for business. I can't add much to what has already been said, because my personal experience appears to match many of the other board members who have already posted.
I do look through your inventory when you post up new things. While most of it doesn't fit my collection, occasionally I see a page or two of interest. However, the prices are usually too high (in my opinion), and I don't feel comfortable making an offer because the price I'd be willing to pay is pretty low comparably to the asking price. That isn't to say what you have is worthless, but to me it's not worth as much as you're asking. There are just too many other pages in the market at the same price point I'd be more willing to spend that kind of money on.
I like your artists, but what it comes down to is the inventory I've seen doesn't motivate me to spend. That's it, it's not personal at all. I'm not saying you should lower your prices, that's up to you and your artists. For instance, Greg Capullo has decided sell his pages at a really high price. Greg's appears to be ok with those pages moving slowly or not at all. But if you're asking how to get more pages to sell, the only option is to lower the price.