1) start with one item, them two, etc. Having few items in portfolio doesn’t require a full time engagement, you have time to decide what to do later.
2) why should they reject your item if you follow the rules??
Hi, I noticed that now, placing answers to comments mark them as read automatically.
This is so uncomfortable to me, because it often makes me forget that I have some pending task, and customers are obviously not happy about it.
Are someone agree with me? I know that maybe I should find a better way to keep track of my open issues but I don’t think that this “feature” makes much sense in any way.
Hi all, I’ve read the membership terms and conditions, but I couldn’t find the answer for my question, that is:
is, an exclusive author, allowed to sell an item on Envato marketplaces beside distributing the same item for free with a personal use license?
Yeah that would be great to have this but who will judge the issues? I don’t believe Envato be able to do this because once this system starts working, they should have hundreds of request per day… Unfortunately, I guess it’s not possible to do this
A mandatory explanation of a low rate (1 and 2 stars) would be enough. If the explanation is tenuous then the author could ask for a removal. The worst thing about this rating system is that votes are anonymous, so authors can’t neither contact the users to ask what they didn’t like about the product.
This is nice, just happened to me. A user of mine reported me a problem with a plugin I sell. As I can’t replicate the problem he offered to send me credentials of his WordPress so I could see what’s wrong. The password he sent me starts with: GoFuckYourself
I don’t know what to do, I’d refuse any further help but I know he would rate 1 star for my plugin so… probably I’m going to work for someone who can tell me to fuck myself.
Makes sense to me. If I’m looking to buy something then I’ll pop whatever I’m after in the search box and then sort by sales. I don’t have time to look at every result, so my reasoning is that if it’s got loads of sales then it’s going to be of a decent quality. But then I’m missing out on recent stuff that could be amazing, but hasn’t had enough sales to be up there in the listings. I.e. some footage of a cat in a suit of armour with 1000 sales over two years is going to be much higher up in the list than a similar clip that’s had 100 sales, but over just a month.
That’s exactly why it wuold be useful… thanks for the good resuming.