What should i write in General Information ? Here it is…. <img src=”http://img809.imageshack.us/img809/2016/3322.jpg”
Literally what version of your file it is – I’ve put “1.0” for all of mine as I haven’t uploaded any updates for them. If you do update it in the future just change the number up a little – it lets people know it’s been worked on (like software versions).
Zeplix, sounds like you have a good mix of file types there. I’ve got over 130 “downloads” (aka, click throughs) on each file on the exchange it’s just that none of those have turned into buyers yet.
I’ve got things still waiting for approval from months ago. 50/50 of the stuff I’ve uploaded has been approved (the rest is still waiting).
Got to admit… not really had any effect on me – only a couple of referrals. I think print work is where the money is though (things like Dzinc uploaded).
Still, worth doing – it’s free after all and any exposure is good exposure.
Hello and welcome back!
I mean I can’t argue that yours ARE unique because there just not. They’re just a white circle, and simple 3D. There pretty basic, and easy to recreate, and what do you mean you “I made it in different mode”?
+1 agreed. Sorry WonderArt. They really need to be totally unique to stand out these days.
Spend more time.
Lots more time.
You obviously understand what you are doing and what your objective is but you seem to just go so far then just stop and say “that’ll do”. Remember you are asking people to part with their hard earned cash! Would you buy those files?
Good luck. Work on brushing up your skills and keep us informed.
I’d love to hear more of your story of the last year and how you have risen to a silver paw – fancy going into a little more detail? Things like; did you have a day job – do you still have said job? Any big life changes? etc!
Great work over the year. Congrats.
If he is only going to use that item 3 times max then it would be acceptable (and cheaper) to buy it 3 times individually.
In this instance an extended licence would only be worth it if it was A. cheaper than buying individually and B. if he wanted to use it time and time again for these kind of projects (or other clients).