Envato reverses sales without asking or even telling authors until after it’s been done by them and with no information to whom the reversal has been made to. How can Envato reverse a sale that they supposedly didn’t originally make?
P.S.: this thread should really be moved into the all topic forum, as this topic interests authors across all marketplaces.
Collection covers don’t update after upload and save, what’s up with that?!
It does sound like Tim but the credits say: Composed by Steve Jablonsky Transformers 4:The Score – Best Thing That Ever Happened.
So it might be the composer was inspired by Tim’s work but it’s not him.
Thank you. As always, Envato’s got our backs!
It doesn’t really matter. If you create a lot of items and upload them with consistent timing between them, they will get accepted with that spacing between them. So if you have 3 items and you upload one today, one tomorrow and one the day after tomorrow then they will get accepted consistently with one day between them which is better then all at once because they will keep your brand on the front page 3 days in a row instead of 1 day, creating more expossure for you.
If you rely on Envato income for your vacations, you should plan them ahead of time up to 3 months (depending on your items turnaround).
If you have a smartphone or a tablet you can cash in your earnings even when on vacations, that’s the beauty of Envato.
While it seems a bit weird to have blue on audioJUNGLE looking at all the marketplaces I think the new colours design speaks more to the customer, blue is more of calm, trusting colour while green on the purchase buttons is geared towards the idea of green light means go (go ahead and buy) as oppose to red nuances that tend to arrise suspicions and yellows that cause nervousness. I’m no psychologist or colour theory doctor but that’s my two cents on the matter. I do like the fact that the buy and extended licenses buttons have gotten bigger and more action oriented.
Green Paw! Goes for AJ and VH together.