Totally agree, there is no consistency in prices, a few months ago a good (innovative, creative, high quality, excluding the number of slides) presentation had a price of $20, now is $15, placing them at the same level of other items that do not offer the same features and not meet quality/design standards, no offense. Now, we are not clear what criteria are taken into consideration to set price.
The number of unique slides (quality/creativity/design/functionality, etc) should be considered. For example a presentation with 50 unique slides and another with 100… How can it be fair that both have the same price?
Personally I have been participating in this category since it was launched (2010), the base price in 2010 was $5, in March 2011 the base price increased from $5 to $12-20 for all submissions, that was very good and encouraging! From more than four years ago the PowerPoint category has not been considered for a reevaluation of prices. Today, the effort, work time, quality and creativity is superior, but, with the same low profit.
I think it’s time to consider this category again and I don’t mean to another “Most Wanted Contest” It’s very good, but is the only thing that has been done in this category for first time this year since 2011.
Amazing, thank you!
I just get my brand new green paw! Thanks to all of you
MicrostockMan saidThat’s right! http://arcurs.com/2013/07/microstock-sees-its-first-major-setback-in-6-years-and-here-is-why/
I was wondering when this would happen. He signed an ‘Exclusive’ deal with IS a month or two ago and his portfolios have slowly been getting removed from all sites. SS was the first one to go.