Hello. I just recently noticed that I don’t have a portfolio link on my profile anymore, maybe this is a bug? Can anyone else see it? Will this effect people finding my items?
It means that your items are appealing to a large group of people and they are interacting with it in some way. At least that’s what I see “trending” as .
Actually, I have a few items that are trending as well… now I’m not so sure what it means haha.
I just got a new rating/review on one of my items and I’m confused about it. I was given 1 star and the reason was, “Envato continues to make it difficult for buyers”. So I was given a poor rating because Envato “did something”? Since I’m able to see who gave the review I went to their profile to see if I could try and clarify why they gave such a review, however, I am unable to contact them as there is no form on the page…
I was a beta tester as well. And I agree with you, snkart, they should have given warning or some sort of second chance. When it was in the beta phase they helped set up my services and told me what I should write and how I should set things up, my services were set up the way they said was best and now they revoke my membership because they don’t like the service quality…
Yea I got the same email… I’m pretty disappointed, not angry, disappointed.
Were they hard or soft rejected?
I think it might be because your design is too similar to many other business card designs on GraphicRiver. I don’t see much wrong with the design itself, so it must have something to do with either the presentation or originality.
If you look at the business card designs that are already here on GR, you will find that many of them have the same sort of presentation and even a somewhat similar design, so I feel your best bet is to try and come up with something new and interesting that will grab peoples attention.
The design industry is VERY competitive in a lot of ways, the main one being that you want people to go to your designs rather than the next guy. To do that you need to be original and you need to grab the attention of whoever may be looking around at business cards.
Someone else may be able to help you get this particular card on the market by giving you some tips, but for me I would look into finding or making a new way to present the design and/or create something that will make people think, “Wow, that would be a cool card to have as my own.”.
Were they hard rejected or soft rejected? Also, what was the rejection message?