Authors should just pre-fill the login details on the demo. I do this on some of my items and people just have to click “login”.
If an author makes the demo hard just leave them a comment letting them know and if they don’t want to fix it up, their loss.
Having a default doesn’t work, some systems use “email” some use “username” and it kind of restricts what you can do with the login. Maybe an app needs 3 things like “domain/email/password” to login.
UCM is getting heaps of emails about custom edits, so if anyone has the time to do dev work please ping me and I’ll add you to the dev list: http://ultimateclientmanager.com/support/documentation-wiki/ucm-developers-list/
Make a website for your item (check my ucm pro). Most of my sales come from that.
Doing AdWords on CodeCanyon item pages is a little pointless because Envato already bids on popular keywords and will more than likely outbid what you’re willing to spend, so best to put AdWords on your own dedicated website/landing page.
Yes, it’s always been this way, but the new changes change the way you report your taxes. If you have an item that sells for $18 and you get 50% of the sale, than you normally would report $9. Well with the recent changes, you now need to report that you earned $14.40 and $5.40 is an expense for the author fee. Hope that helps explain
@StencilMediaWell isn’t it that when you report $14.40 instead of $9, you pay more taxes..
If you report $14.40 with $5.40 as a business expense then you will be only taxed on the final figure ($9 – same as before) so you do not pay more taxes. Please speak with your local tax advisor as this forum is not the place to receive tax advice.
Business as usual here in terms of sales and conversions.
It has only been 6 days, so it’s a little hard to tell. But so far absolutely no change at all (especially when values are averaged out over the week, and also compared to same time last year).
Sales fluctuate for all sorts of reasons. False causality.