2nd day so far with no sales cept for my latest project… but we all have our ups and downs so I guess its to be expected.
Well, they just changed it. Yep.
It’s very specific. VERY specific. Probably too specific. Not to mention there are some areas of the project that doesn’t seem real at all. These type of concepts need to be believable in all aspects, and the people and ware wolves’ scenes are major deal breakers for this project. Also, reviewers generally don’t leave extra comments on why they rejected a project if the list is too long.
Stars1100 saidI don’t think the reviewer actually said that. OP stated in his opinion the reviewer said it looks like shit, meaning it was not something that was literally said. Not to mention that’s the standard rejection letter, a copy-paste message we all get when they don’t include any extra personal comments.
I agree with the fact the logo is hard to see, perhaps rethink the logo idea and try again, its not that bad, now as for the reviewer who out right said it looks like shit should get Bitch Slap a couple of times, he had no reason for that remark even if he felt that way, he could have stated his opinion a lot nicer and respectful. If any reviewer said something like that to me rest assured I would complain about that reviewer with Videohive and make sure he got fired.
I believe receiving payment twice per month (1st and 15th) would be a great idea for both security and author’s satisfaction purposes. While 15 days is not 30/31 days of “security breaching”, rather your account is hacked or an item is stolen, it’s still a well respected amount of time to have staff take care of these issues (which staff response is usually 7 days or less). Getting paid bi-weekly would definitely give me a feel as if I was getting paid at a regular job, which would be a bonus in my book.
Then again it’s all the same difference IMO. I would assume one can spread their money throughout the month as if they were getting paid bi-weekly or paid on demand depending on their money management skills… but that’s more of a personal matter.
Either way, I like the idea of On-Demand payments or bi-weekly payments.
First and foremost allow me to apologize if I partake in this mediocre – newbish over flood. I can only speak for myself when I say this but as someone that’s relatively new to the site, I’m still trying to understand the golden line of what consist of an, “awesome” project and what would be profitable. So far from what I’ve gathered it’s a hit or miss, with much of it being misses lately with the high amount of competition out there. As some have said in this thread, it starts to become not worth investing the time/energy when some much smaller project will outshine. I wish I could say I’m doing this for 100% entertainment only, but income is involved, and such time and money wasted could cost be very damaging.
But I’m still learning, so bare with me. I’m confident that in the near future I’d feel comfortable making those projects, rather it’s for pure entertainment or for an increase in my portfolio quality.
Wednesday(over here) is usually my best days, but today I only made 1 sale. Traffic is still the same on all of my items, and click throughs still remain 0 – 2 per month.
edit: and for some reason sometimes videohive won’t load, rather it’s on my computer or iphone… but that’s a different topic.
Unless they soft rejected you, not really. The only way is to fill a support ticket but they aren’t obligated to tell you who reviewed it or why they rejected you. You can always post your project here and we can give you feedback.
If we’ve taken longer than seven days to review your file, we encourage you to contact support so that they may investigate for you.
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