Just noticed that shiny gold thing next to your name!
So this is just a way to say thank you to you, Ryan, for all the great tips and helpful emails you sent me, the main credit going to you helping me master the big ….. (you know what I’m talking about
Thank you for all your help and insights, I’m really happy to see you doing well here on AJ as welll as on other places.
Your Gold paw? So well deserved!!
Big congrats All the best to you and your family!
Right, a proper AJ version would have a watermark and it would go like: ‘Please use this song in your next Videohive project’
Awesome achievement and well deserved Congrats
“Will License Song for FOOD”
ahahahah… cant stop laughing.. .brilliant…. I hope it doesnt come this far one day…lol.
Congrats, have a great week!
One simple way this issue could be greatly minimized, would be to implement clearly visible notifications at some point during the upload process, to serve as a reminder to authors that any tracks uploaded to the Envato marketplaces in an exclusive capacity MUST remain as that, and NOT sold or licensed via other marketplaces. I think one of the key problems here is that some authors (especially new authors) may miss the point of how exclusivity and non-exclusivity works, or are oblivious to the consequences of going against the rules, thinking they will just ‘blend in’ and that nobody will notice. To me, drilling it home from the outset seems like a good start.
It’s Envato’s responsibility to think of more severe consequences in such cases, to remind new authors that it’s not just a petty offence and that they’re actually risking something.