There should be a quality check when a person applies to be an author. Have them submit a few samples of their work, and only grant them author status if they pass.
It makes more sense than letting them submit mediocre items, indefinitely, clogging up the queues.
Sales plummeted the beginning of October, and only seem to be recovering this week.
I wonder what happened.
Asking for an invite, while not linking to your work, is a sure way not to get one.
You can re-upload rejected items if you make significant changes.
Thanks for the help guys! I don’t think the anchor points are the problem this time. Maybe tmthymllr is right. Can i minimalize this logo and upload it again? Or is that not allowed with a hard rejected logo?
Envato should start requiring new authors to prove their skills before being allowed to submit an item (like every other marketplace). This would alleviate the long queues, and greatly improve the quality of items being accepted. Obviously, the current system of letting anyone submit a file isn’t working very well.
The type needs work, and the logo probably won’t read very well at smaller sizes. You should fill it in more.