Spammers are like the rats that live in Envato’s basement.
If there’s one thing I’m grateful for, it’s music. Music helped me get through the toughest nights, the darkest hours, and gave me hope when I thought I had lost everything. It saved my life back in 2011 when I was nearly suicidal. Music has been responsible for my most creative ideas throughout life and will be the very thing that people will know me for, 10 years from now.
Music soothes the savage beast, shelters the troubled soul, and inspires the smallest and the weakest to become heroes of their time. I know that to be true because I used to be all three, sometimes all at once.
Musicians, composers, singers, don’t listen to the nay-sayers, the cynics, and the critics. This is your time to shine. Live your life as if you are destined to come back and relive the legacy you left behind in your past life. You are far too important to carry the music inside your head from cradle to coffin.
Krafti, you need to post yours.
Show everyone what you can earn if you take the time to use referrals the right way.
I have like 3% conversion rate… ~1000 clicks / 30 deposits … But mostly from the sites of my products. So I would say it can work with the right target. I think it’s worth to spend some time on it. You set up a site with your links, you put it out there, drop a few links here and there and it’s done. But I don’t think spending money on adwords or similar things is worth it.
I actually I tried and Google Adwords with no results@krafti what is the percent of earnings ?
Krafti earns a lot. I mean a LOT from referrals.
Do you earn money from Affiliate Program ?
I’ve started to take more interest in this affiliate program and I managed to increase my sells( as a side effect[good one]) and increase and my affiliate clicks but no even a single penny from this program.So is it working ? Is it worth investing time and money in this program ? Any good tips ?
My target market for the referral program is not just people who may want to buy things, but also those who may want to sell them, too.
Chances are good that if someone buys an item, chances are good he’ll want to use it more than once when he can.
What if relevancy is actually based on synonymous words?
Happy, cheerful, excited, joyful, etc.
UPDATE: Actually, I think the relevancy of an item is determined by how many words or keywords used in the search engine match the keywords used in an item. Try using a lot of synonyms as keywords.
I’m building a collection of instruments and samples that I need in order to compose music on Reaper.
I would think instruments that work within any open DAW platform would be fine. You could use the same third party VST or AU instruments that I use in Sonar. I don’t think the DAW is that important. What is important is knowing what kind of music you want to make. This should drive your instrument selections.So what kind of music do you want to produce?
I haven’t decided yet, but I’m leaning towards orchestral. Songs with a nice melody, great harmonics, and a catchy tune. Songs like this:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ix4OCHntjt8
Just a heads up: Most of the item rejections you will have will be as a result of a “learning curve.” As you get to know the guidelines and get a basic idea of the quality standards, you’ll have more success getting items approved.
The key is to upload items the same way you would load items onto a conveyer belt. By the time you upload one item, another will have been reviewed. Saves time, energy, and a lot of clicking to check on your progress.
Best of luck and I wish you the best!
...but only for things like light leaks, colour presets, text presets, certain elements etc etc.
If it’s for a standard project then the price difference could lean very heavily in favour of the buyer rather than the author. I mean, how much would it be? Five, ten, twenty times the normal price? If it’s one of those companies that just do logo template renders and they’re doing 100 a year of one template… the author is losing out, considerably.
And if it was twenty times the normal price, then somebody who just needs to use it five or ten times is not going to buy it. It would be really hard to get the right balance of price in my opinion.Maybe it could work, I don’t know.
That’s the key issue here. Pricing the multi-use licenses so that the buyer doesn’t feel like he’s paying too much while also making sure that the authors don’t feel like they’re losing out.
And having something like “3 licenses for 3x price” probably wouldn’t work out since few people would take it seriously enough to pay anything past 1 license.
However, I did bring up the possibility of an “Unlimited use” license in the past, but it was forgotten. An Unlimited use license simply is an extended license that grants the buyer an unlimited number of uses for a particular item. The price would be considerably more, but the buyer wouldn’t have to come back over and over again to buy the same item, and the author would make more Extended license sales.
It’s my estimation that most buyers never come back to buy the same item just to get another license once the first runs out, but feel free to correct me on this.