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Final_Step says

There are no sales to monitor… What is going on here..

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Final_Step says

Thats awesome mate, thanks a lot! :)

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Final_Step says

Awesome as always, thank you very much for taking your time to help improve this whole community! You are awesome! :)

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I agree that there should be adjustments to the prices, I’m here in VH for almost 3 years now and now changes have been made in this time, when I joined logo reveals used to be anywhere from 8$ to 12$ and it is still like this now, if there was a pack of logo reveals it could get to 15$, still like this today. Same with other types of projects like presentations of any kind, anywhere from 15$ to 25$... Envato has to take care of it, we just talk about it and don’t hear anything from those who make decisions, what is there point of view? Will we keep selling projects that took 50 hours of work for 20$ ?! Hope to see some comment from someone who knows what is going on with it.

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Final_Step says

It has been 6 month since my previous upload to VH, back then I had to wait over a week sometimes to get my project reviewed! I just uploaded a new one, it has been less than 24 hours, less than 15 actually, and the project was already reviewed! Just wanted to say that this is pretty awesome! You did really great work in improving the queue after a lot of waiting authors had to go through. So again, thanks a lot for such a great service, keep bringing in such changes :)

Regards, Daniel.

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Final_Step says

Hey guys, thanks for replaying :)

@Smudgethis Then how do you rate bigger project? How will you value a project you have to work on 5 hours? Will you just multiply the rate by 5? It means that you get for a project of 5 hours a payment of 2.5 small projects… I hope I made myself clear on that… If this is the case it is much better doing those small projects no? Just customizing intros all day getting for each 100-150$ and working like 30 minutes (adding e-mailing and everything else) on each…?

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Final_Step says

Hello everyone, It has been really long time since I opened a thread here. I was wondering for quite a while about this question and decided to ask you guys and girls! :)

Hourly rate, well sounds professional but how does it even work? For e.x my hourly rate is 35/per hour (just an e.x). Lets say someone is asking me for a simple logo replacing?! It will take like 10 minutes working on colors, placing and then rendering… I won’t ask for payment for my 10 minutes right?! So should I ask for a full hour payment? Asking for 35$ for any kind of work sounds very low. Therefore I’m usually asking around 100-150$ for such work… which doesn’t have any relation to the hourly rate. Well lets say you have a work which will take you 5 hours to make. Will you ask for 175$ for such a work when you just asked for 100$ for a 10 minutes work? Doesn’t even sound logical…

So how do you set up a price for projects?! Is there any straight forward technique that helps you calculate it? The examples I gave you above really confuse me and I would like to know how you deal with those things!

Cheers everyone! :)

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Final_Step says

What an awesome and useful thing you got there :D
Kinda reminds me of kipkay.

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Final_Step says

Personally speaking, I try to stay as positive as possible when commenting on items. I also comment only on items I like or find interesting so the positive comment is not “forced”. As for commenting negatively, it does seem pretty disrespecting behavior, authors are aware of the fact that buyers review comments, a negative comment might drop the sales.

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Final_Step says

Visit clientsfromhell.net for the best of them :)
What an awesome site! I could never imagine someone can say this: http://clientsfromhell.net/post/23948389213/i-asked-a-client-where-the-payment-was-for-the

Sometime ago someone e-mailed me asking for FREE project, when I refused he decided to curse me :D

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