To be frank, I really do not think the design will sell. But, I can Code it for you for a fixed price. Please contact me directly and do not reply here.
Waiting to hear from you.
I really don’t think that adding your own water mark is such a big deal. I have seen some good preview images that have a nice water mark, one that does not spoil the beauty of the image but still adds a mark to it. It is advisable for icons, as they can be small and some of them may not be covered completely by the default water mark. It Is Up To You To Decide whether to use water mark or not.
I Usually Put A Help File Showing How To Use My Icons And Where To Use It. I Mention About How The Colours and Gradients Can Be Changed And What Layers To Edit. Include Help Files And Make them as Elaborate as possible. It Is Definitely An Incentive.
I Had Missed That Too. Very Funny. People Should At least Check The Spellings of headings, If Not The Posts.
Same Problem Here. Half The Images Would Be So Big, That They Disappear Under The Screen. I Wish, They Put a limit on The Height Too. That Way, Every One Can See The Images Properly. Or, They Could Ask For A Separate Preview Image to be uploaded For The Pop-up. You Could Try Zooming Out (If Your Browser Supports it).
Perhaps You Could Give a little bit more highlight and darken the border a little bit. Just My Suggestion.
I am yet to have any sales
Thank you very much for your replies. Much appreciated
Thanks For Your Reply.
But, I Did Not Understand How That Strategy Could Be Used For Selling Gradients. Or Is He Also Selling Gradients as backgrounds?
While Browsing Through The Categories, I Saw No Place For Gradients And Swatches. Or Were there any category, In which one would find them? Gradients and swatches may not be everybody’s thing or might not have great sales. But, There are people who are interested in buying ready made gradients, for them to use in their projects. So, Would Graphic River make a category for Gradients and Swatches, At least for the sake of variety?