There have been several threads lately about problems with the upload form. For the first time in a while, we were able to upload without use of an FTP client. Anyone else experience the upload form now working properly?
Hopefully this is good news to some of you as-of-late frustrated uploaders.
Let’s all play a creative and positive game:
Give a compliment to the author that commented above you. Whether it is something you like about their logo, the country they’re from, one of their items, or maybe something about their profile page, say something nice about it! So, if you want to get a compliment, you have to leave one first. Have fun and be authentic! Please don’t be passive aggressive or sarcastic. Let’s spread an attitude of optimism and positivity by complimenting and encouraging one another! Thank you!
Here we go!
Well, what is above us is Envato… So…
It truly seems the staff are genuinely positive and respectful people. Whether they’re reviewers, notes posters, developers, or forum moderators, they seem to genuinely desire to encourage and listen to us. They seem to seek to understand without judgement, even when the language and cultural barriers can present a problem. Many times I’ve quietly witnessed them calmly seek to understand an angry author. Way to go, Envato staff!
It has happened…
Our latest song was just approved in (pretty much exactly) 24 hours!
3 cheers to those hard-working reviewers for such an improvement from just a few months ago, when we were looking at around 2 weeks!
Way to go, AJ reviewers!
There are a ton of these threads popping up lately. You are not alone. The only way we are able to do it is through an ftp client. Instructions are right here:http://support.envato.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/326
I think I had a similar problem, I sent e-mails to potential buyers of my music, and when I sent the referral links I’ve made very large profits, but on the website it said that no one is registered, and no one paid the deposit.
And yet, you don’t have a referral badge… What am I missing?
Sales of a new song fresh off the queue! So… I’m excited about the potential the next 24 hours bring…
Tip #65: Try not to measure sales on a daily basis, or even on a weekly. Look for monthly indications of growth and think loooooooongterm. Understand that your customers have ebbs and flows too, so don’t try to figure it out. You can’t.
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Actually, you might be surprised to hear that wait time is down for 2-3 days! Happy uploading!