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StencilMedia says

Ah right, wasn’t aware of the “wouldn’t be allowed to link to or promote the site from the forums” part… I should have read the terms a bit more thoroughly! Ok, thanks for taking the time to explain.

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StencilMedia says

Hi,

I’ve just had my thread locked with the reason that freebies aren’t allowed. I’m not sure if anybody looked at my site, but I can assure you it’s not giving away freebies. The idea is to show off great stock photos and all of the photos that I’ve been showing off are from Photodune.

I find a great photo from Photodune, buy it and then add it to the site. To adhere to the licensing agreement, all images are less then 1200 pixels wide and as a further security measure, I’ve disabled right click.

The idea is to drive more traffic to Photodune, show off the best images from the site, get more sales for the authors and maybe get a bit of affiliate income at the same time. Nothing is given away for free and nothing is sold on the site… clicking on the images takes people directly to the photo page on Photodune.

If the person who locked the thread could review my site/post again, and let me know if it’s ok to post about it, then that would be very much appreciated!

Thanks.

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StencilMedia says

Howdy!

I’ve set up a website and though people might be interested in it…

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I use quite a bit of stock imagery in my work and I see so many great photos when I’m searching for stuff I need. Everyone likes to share great stuff they see, and I thought why not add a bit of structure to it and try to earn a bit of cash at the same time.

So I thought I’d set up this website. I find a really great image every day, buy it and then post it on the site. One a day, every day. I can’t see it making me money any time soon (as I’m paying $2 per day for the images and £1 a day to promote the Facebook page), but maybe when I’ve got thousands of people liking the FB page. You never know.

Anyway, hopefully it will drive a tiny bit more traffic to PhotoDune, you guys might get a few more sales (if only from me!), and I might get a little bit of referral income out of it (Plus a Themeforest author got a sale out of it so I could make the site!) Everyone’s a winner! Make sure you like the FB group to see if any of your photos are featured.

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Cheers!

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StencilMedia says

Hi Dan. Just to clarify… customisation should be proceeding as planned, although I’ll double check with Taerar for you.

Hopefully I’ll email you in the morning, but I saw this thread and wanted to reply before I call it a night. If we can’t deliver your video for whatever reason, then of course you’ll get a full refund on the customisation.

Scott

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StencilMedia says

I never had a job :|

Not even a paper round?!

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StencilMedia says
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StencilMedia says

“If i buy AE video project and export video can i include it in Wordpress theme as a background which is sold here on Themeforest?”

No. Not without permission of the author. And even then, you’d need an extended license.

“Do i need permission from the author like it is on Codecanyon?”

Yes

“Did extended license allow this?”

Not as standard, but yes if you get permission.

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StencilMedia says

Even if it’s ok with Envato, I’d think about charging more than the extended license.

If it’s possible to get an idea of what kind of volume he’s talking about (without letting on that this info might affect the price), then that would be handy for you when coming up with how much to charge.

I.e. three times the normal price (an extended license) is ok if he’s likely to use it 3 to 6 times or something… but if he’s got some kind of customisation business and he’s doing 100 a year or a month… he’s getting it at a steal.

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StencilMedia says





^ Lol! I’ve never of a company who would deliberately want to loose 30% of sales in one day just to attract traffic. It’s called stupid business :)
You’ve obviously never heard of ‘bundles’ ;)
You serious?! Envato takes 50% from the bundles sales! Bundles are the best money making thing for Envato :D
Yeah, but the point is that you said reducing the price by 30% is stupid business. However, you feel that reducing the price by 95% is ‘the best money making thing for Envato’. Even with a 50% cut, rather than a 30 to 50% cut, it’s still a massive discount.
Please read all of one’s comments before jumping to bad assumptions.. I was commenting on something totally different than what you understood ;)

Sorry if I’ve made any assumptions. By saying:

“I’ve never of a company who would deliberately want to loose 30% of sales in one day just to attract traffic. It’s called stupid business”

I just assumed you mean that you were of the opinion that having a “30% Off Sale” was a bad move from a financial point of view.

Sorry if I got that wrong.

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StencilMedia says



^ Lol! I’ve never of a company who would deliberately want to loose 30% of sales in one day just to attract traffic. It’s called stupid business :)
You’ve obviously never heard of ‘bundles’ ;)
You serious?! Envato takes 50% from the bundles sales! Bundles are the best money making thing for Envato :D

Yeah, but the point is that you said reducing the price by 30% is stupid business. However, you feel that reducing the price by 95% is ‘the best money making thing for Envato’. Even with a 50% cut, rather than a 30 to 50% cut, it’s still a massive discount.

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