^ I think this well fits GR, VH, AJ, 3DO etc but from my experience, I would say TF and CC falls under more than 70% compatibility, usability, flexibility and around 30% creativity. Sorry but at certain point, it requires measures
Doesn’t mean I incline with support topic but pretty sure the creativity criteria can’t be weighed here.
^ May be those times community managers didn’t want to take the risk of answer and flame or not even familiar with system and other staffs. If that’s the case, they are not helpful at all, should have been titled “forum managers” instead of “community managers”.
Anyway, two words are mysterious right now. Community and commission
^ In my theory, a bad+bloated item can be a 10 sales theme that got lucky exposure/sales uploaded in a “trendy time”. While a good item can be off-beat from trend that lost its 10 sales due to exposure instability. I mean lets stay away from this topic – with the concious that removal of items can’t help system but may help the author of item
^ Yes, little bit surprised that authors earning 1M, 2M levels (in short time) never shared their perspectives/concerns on these terms in the past.
Everything is OK as long as the Statement page doesn’t suddenly say “Your item share is 12.5 as we always mentioned in the past”
Congrats Firsh! Plutonium paw played a much inspiring role for a long time and still now! Of course whenever I hear Plutonium, it never fails to remind Digital Science!
Actually it is the wrong time to even discuss about old items. Since the search added time based filter, this is already resolved. What we need right now is expanding the filters to cover more deeper technical aspects based on individual marketplaces. Such as software version, resolution, plugin usage, music / video length etc
Screenshot it before it’s too late! I did ! Apologies people, sometimes I should keep my mouth shut and keep my thoughts just for me! =P
I think screenshots of something will not be useful for anything except just making sure ourselves that our brain memory is working correctly
I still believe the solution is to first clarify what’s actually “support” to both buyers and authors. Then opt for premium support packages and buyers will have better experiences with their purchased items. I would be in favor of lowering the price for non-support pack buyers (i’m also a buyer and i rarely ask for support so i’d actually like to buy a cheaper item).
The main concerns about support aside, I think making price difference will still have bad impact on buyer expectations. Even a $2 difference will make some buyers to ask more questions than what they expect right now. They will still see it as paid support no matter it is additional $1 or $20.