I like the idea – better than sending buyers to tweaky.com and a nice option for authors to earn on referrals
da gibt es einen eintrag zu: http://themeforest.net/licenses
für die variante, dass nutzer das auf deinem server nutzen unter einer domain: Standard server bei kunden: jeweils eine standard liscense notwendig. es gibt keine liscense mehr, die eine unendliche nutzungsmöglichkeit bereiststellt (sog. developer liscense)
am besten von einem anwalt durchprüfen lassen. Eine urheberrechtsverletzung in dem maßstab wäre nach deutschem urhebergesetz strafbewehrt.
hoffe ds hilft cheers bebel
good to hear you guys are working on the rating system now. I think the proposed changes seem like a good start in the right direction.
links im menü unter “2.Tipps” noch n paar hinweise zum einstellen:http://www.test.de/Schreibtischdrehstuehle-Jeder-zweite-mangelhaft-1532433-0/
the only item ever that got accepted without beeing rejected by the reviewer was a psd theme in 2009
just keep trying man!! To be honest – We once had an item that just wouldn’t go through. It was rejected time after time. In the end the file didn’t make it to the marketplace. Weeks of work for nothing. I was mad, I was angry. But you know what? It took me only a few months after studying some tutorials on design techniques to figure that the theme indeed..sucked ;D
very modern and quiet a big difference to the usual envato style. Is this where all sites (also the marketplaces) are going?
this topic should be back on top
I don’t think it helps that much to simply increase the amount of items shown on the frontpage. It won’t help new files if they need to compete with dozens of other files. Otherwise we could just clutter the frontpage with hundred of files- The frontpage bonus would be worthless.
I do like the idea of adding a “new and popular” site. Envato could add a prominent tab on the popular items page… The most important addition however would be an improved search. This is something we are talking about for a long long time. I mean I love envato for helping me pay my drinks after work, but it is kind of annoying waiting for the obvious for so long. The marketplaces are way behind where they should be considering their success. The site feels very 2011 while it should feel 2014 ( if you know what you mean )
Good and fair communication. Thanks.
nice list -thanks for sharing. Don’t forget that istock.com and photodune.net also offer free files of the wee/month! They are usually of high quality.
As for themes: At least for the preview I would buy some high quality images. Good images make such a big difference and it cost you not much compared to what you earn with a nice looking template.