Sweet lord what have you done with your logo?!
You noticed then? LOL .
Have you tried the ‘secret menu’?
And font replacement has been sketchy too (FF/Mac latest version).
I would say I’d rather define professional in terms of “quality if work” not of the fact that someone is making money. “Professional” means much more than gettinh paid for a job.. it is more of attitude, love and passion. Having those 3, the quality of your work can never be low.. which brings the cash with it Regards,
+1 from me.
Even in that case, It will be good for you guys as i will give out the app for FREE (later you can customize it according to your needs)Comic Sans is not a reason for rejection, however maybe the reviewer will give you a soft rejection and advise you to change the typeface, IMO
Actually there is a secret rule of this marketplace. If you use Comic Sans, your item will be immediately approved even if it has no high quality standard or if it not works. I have no idea why this is, but I use it and it works. btw your item will automatically skip the queue line if you write in the “message to the reviewer” box: “I use and sustain Comic Sans”. Then after my item is approved I can easily change the fonts, make the file work or whatever I need to change and it will be updated in matters of hours. And the time spent on main page is tripled than normal time and once in a while, like every two months or so, the item will magically reaper on the main page even if is an old file. When people will point out this behaviour they are told that’s some database malfunction or something like that. The fools! If they actually knew how all this works.Anyway now is not a secret anymore, so enjoy and use this.
It does seem a quite low conversion rate. You have a lot of clicks (many more than me) but only comparatively few deposits.
There could be many reasons.
- where are the clicks coming from?
- are they the right kind of people (in the market for your items)?
- does it explain there the process involved?
- are you offering exactly what you are promising?
Maybe try some A/B testing and/or sales promotion mechanic to ascertain what works; what doesn’t…
Is it feasible to allow authors themselves to amend category selection (via item>edit)?
I have a few logo stings, for example, that I’d like moved to that new sub-category but I just noticed this isn’t a feature of edit.