Done! One voice from me… hope it helps…
i think bundles are bad; I used to buy them but realized I didn’t use most of what was included anyways. prices are already low here, maybe use bundles as a bonus, like “spend $200 and get a free $19 bonus pack included” or whatever… ...
Makes sense.. Hmm.. Interesting idea I think..
@Jpress : I just hit ‘request staff reply’ button, in case there’s issue that need to be solved or cleared regarding purchasing items. Hope it helps.
@MediaCreed & TimMcMorris
Here in my (standard) dashboard, monthly sales on earning page can not be clicked too.
To see daily sales I must go to statement tab.
ten items at the price of one!
how do I compete with this?!
this is not fair.minibundle as items. thumbnail on mainpage. why? please WORK on a project and then SELL it. don’t just pack some other people work and UNFAIRLY COMPETE against me.
Here’s a quote from Envato Notes article :
Why do we run Bundles?
We find that many people who visit our sites for the first time don’t know the full extent of our Marketplaces and all the items on offer. For example, before I began working at Envato I was a customer on ThemeForest. I spent three years promoting iPhone apps in different capacities, but I had no idea that I could create a professional app commercial by buying a $25 app commercial template!
There are now more than 2.6 million items being sold across our Marketplaces. Bundles help us promote a range of items and help us find convenient ways to suggest different items to new buyers.
In the past, authors have raised concerns about Bundles hurting their sales. On that issue, I can discuss some of the analysis I’ve done on how people generally buy items from the marketplaces.
How do Bundles affect Marketplace sales?
In most cases, buyers are looking for something very particular. They often spend well over an hour on the site before buying and they almost always leave and come back a couple of times before actually purchasing a file. This suggests that most people will buy something because it fits a very specific need (not just because it is in a Bundle).
Most importantly, we have data that shows lots more ongoing sales as a result of running the Bundle vs. not running a Bundle. When people are buying more stuff, everybody wins…
...We aren’t doing as much on-site promotion or design work around the mini bundles. For example, we’re only running a Notes Post for this and not building a custom landing page…
Is one notes post enough to notice potential buyers? Hmmm..
... We’re also not running a header bar for this mini bundle. In the future, we might run a header bar for one or two days. The best way to stay in the loop is to subscribe to the Bundle Newsletter...
Don’t you think that two days header bar is too obstructive for a mini-bundle ? Consider sidebar in category pages maybe?