Great idea for a comp!
Agreed, new share buttons look strange, what was wrong with them before? Also it’s not ideal to push description copy further down the page.
tommusrhodus saidOh no, I was in no way targeting the game.
You’re talking about a well designed card game with great illustrations and a humorous edge, tie into that a “web famous” cartoonist who’s part of the project, and very reasonable prices for getting your hands on the card game and this is simply a great product, I think the terms “waste” & “easy” is a bit of an interesting choice here.
What I meant was the 10k target with the 3.7m funding. The idea behind the game may be something. But still that is an insane amount of money!!
Cats rule the internet, so not surprising it translates into big dollars
digitalscience saidIf what I quoted is true, then we won’t get a form 1099 until next year, for earnings from Jan 2015 to Dec 2015. Would still be nice for staff to say “Yeah, this is correct” for reassurance, everything is a bit fuzzy right now.
webfector saidThey probably haven’t provided the forms or won’t because they realize what they’re proposing is not legal, otherwise they would’ve done it already.
I found an important piece of text on the blog:We’ll be providing a Form 1099 as required, for income starting Jan 1, 2015
oh right.. good point, I still don’t see why a website where you sell stuff online should report earnings to IRS, something doesn’t feel right about that.
This is a really great application, nice work! Would be cool to have ‘sales / dollars for today’ on the dashboard.
Can someone explain something here, if an author is from the EU and the buyer is an EU non-business buyer, then there will be additional amount added to the list price? Won’t this make purchasing from EU authors less attractive, since those buyers could rather purchase a similar item from another author in a non-EU country and pay less?
The reality is most buyers will end up seeing top themes like Avada just the way ThemeForest is geared, so it’s inevitable to mention these popular themes in a buyers guide. At least it mentions that buying something popular means you’ll have a website that is not so unique as many other users have the same template.
I think the comment ‘You buy it, you break it, too bad.’ regarding support is unfair and not really accurate. Probably based on some bad experience he may have had with an author, but not accurate for the entire author community here.
But I agree overall the post is pretty one sided, but everyone on the internet has an opinion If this was written by a community member though it would most likely be a more accurate representation of a buyers guide – which is what Envato should be promoting.
^ The fact that Envato has to create competitions and award cash prizes to encourage growth in particular categories should be sign that pricing in general between categories and types of files should be re-evaluated. If niche type themes were better value for money, they would sell better. Right now it just makes more sense to buyers to go for the multi-purpose themes and spend a few extra dollars since the value of the item is an incredibly good deal compared to a niche theme for example.