It's always been easy for me to make sales offline because I have my own sound, I keep the artist I'm working with in mind, and my quality is better than most people online. It's the main thing that probably slowed me down from jumping online like everyone else. Just never had an issue offline.
I also DJ and have a full time job.
When I do produce, I'm doing more vocal recording and audio engineering...not making beats. You own a studio, so you know there is more money in engineering and recording and charging by the hour than making a beat.
But once I get back online, I am hoping to see those numbers switch and make more from beats rather than full production.
I'll always still produce artists, but I want to start concentrating on spreading my own style and sound as well.