nope, you will need 2 accounts
So nasty one author brakes sales to another author! Yaay! Keep it up! Jesus…
It’s breaking the agreement the author made with Envato, both items are sold on Emvato so he isn’t allowed to give that item away as he is stopping sales for that other item.
If Envato allowed this then any author could literally give all their items for free when buying another item, it’s bad for the author and it’s bad for Envato.
first time using Redux and the documentation is lacking (in my opinion SMOF’s was much better).
I am using the sample-options and trying to check the check on button but I cannot find how to reference the option.
The option is called mytheme-switch-on
How do I check that the option is on or off?
It’s not allowed, they are giving an exclusive item away which is against the marketplace rules
You will need to open a support ticket and get them to look into it
I am trying to find a content slider (I know it exists but can’t remember the name)
It’s like http://pgwjs.com/pgwslider/ but you can have unlimited “thumbnails” and can scroll through them, unfortunately the demo above only allows controls on the actual main slider image
Any help would be greatly appreciated
He will have to create an account in his name
Now that is what i wanted to know in the beginning Thank you I just stated that i have trouble believing that envato does this all the time.
They will do regular adverts of their own e.g. new categories but most of the adverts will be done by the individual authors e.g.
For 4 months I kept seeing Avada adverts, 2 months later I kept seeing ThemeX adverts, not seen anyone for a few weeks now.
You guys really do not listen, you just want to prove your statement, i was just asking who does that, we do want to work on re marketing in that scale envato or authors.
The authors and Envato, Envato do it when you reach certain elite levels or when they want to promote certain items or categories, otherwise it’s left up to the authors to do their own.
As I said, some of the bigger selling authors do their own advertising but Envato will be some as well, it’s common sense they would promote the top selling items, if I see an advert of an item selling 20k copies and one with 100 sales, I will be more impressed by the 20k, I might not buy it but it will encourage me to have a look at the other items.
You put your items on this site and Envato give you access to their buyers, they don’t have to promote your item, if you want more visibility to your items then you will have to do it yourself. Envato has thousands of items and cannot give every item equal exposure, it’s just not possible.
I do get annoyed with authors expecting Envato to just send them millions of sales because they upload their products, you need to be doing your own brand exposure.
Take Avada and ThemeX, both have their own sites, they do their own social media (twitter, youtube etc) which will be bringing in them sales.
I got a client ring me yesterday and asked me if I had heard of the theme shop “krown themes”, I told her they were a themeforest author (she is an existing buyer), she didn’t realise as she found their website through searches.
Being blunt here, get off your backside and do your own promotion, make a brand for your items and bring in your own buyers, don’t just rely on Envato to bring you sales.