This is burning bridges by lopping off tails, trails, or roots by leaving groups because of disagreements, or because the group is perceived to be ineffectual. This is not to say there are times, one must fold one's tent, pack the bag, and head off, but think before exiting. I have watched books snatched from selling sites because their stats were not up to author’s expectations, the baby out with the bath water syndrome.
Selling a story is a job, one of salesmanship, and customer service. No matter you want to eviscerate critics of your creation, sit on your hands until the rage passes or until you can write that emotion in an upcoming story. I would recommend one sits on the urge to bolt and run from selling sites, too. Chalk up reselling of your book as promotion, not as a rejection or as a loss of revenue. Few people have the room to shelve every book, bought and read.
Learn to listen to your customer needs, in this case, wants to read, and supply the products/books. This ties in with being a writer, and becoming a better, or a more effective writer. However, there is a market for all types of stories and the point of The Long Tail for me was learning my niche. The Long Tail will point you in the direction you need with little to no cash outlay, only motivation, determination, and perseverance. This is internet marketing 101, if you will, and is slightly less than 300 pages.
Business 2.0 ~ “If you are selling anything that can be aggregated, such as books, music, film, software, and digital products that don’t need distribution centers, The Long Tail could be your guide to becoming the next big dog.”
The Long Tail Your Local Library Chris Anderson on Amazon