Sales does not exist.. lol
Hey Deep_Blue , You r life saver man ! preview images should look very professional and appealing, as this is the single most important thing to attract buyers. Thats very important suggestion… i really keep this in my mind. And I Like your portfolio. nice collection, Wish u lots of sales Thanks!!
You are welcome
There is no recipe for more sales other than high quality, forget about uploading very large number of items, and focus on fewer high quality items. You have a promising portfolio, but I would suggest working more on the preview images for your items, preview images should look very professional and appealing, as this is the single most important thing to attract buyers.
Don’t create items on random, focus on a direction where you can compete, try always to find new unique ideas, and create something of a high value, buyers appreciate useful and time saving items.
Other thing is that if you focus on one category but then later you discovered that the demand on that category is not very high then move to another category.
Finally learn and learn more .. keep learning graphic design techniques, see other designers work for inspiration, and always improve your skill on a continuous curve.
Best of Luck,
What about an auto limit reset/extend after each item update (main files)?
Why the discussion on this topic always go into the wrong direction, and why same questions are asked/answered over and over again?
The main concerns regarding VAT for authors are:
1- Who will manage the invoices: Now this thread clearly explains that Envato will be the provider for VAT purposes only and that they will manage Vat collection and invoices on behalf of authors, so authors should not worry about getting an accountant now!
2- What will happen to past sales: still not answered, but I doubt that EU authorities will ask for past VAT because it will be an absolutely impractical request.
3- Will the added VAT result in reduced sales? logically it will, but I don’t think this is the fault of Envato in first place, it is the fault of EU restrictions on digital goods which I believe is a step backward!
My 2 cents
It feels good right? Congrats and best of luck
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