Envato already allow to authors to sell bundles, why not to allow a limited time xD #JustKidding
Being serious, keeping the item live so users can download is a great idea!
I can’t tell you why sales are down.
As usual, it’s more about how much you promote your own items that help your own sales.
Really, you don’t WHY? Oh man, please read the reasons many people (including myself) commented in this and previous threads: wrong pricing, but specially very low pricing for multiple themes items [period]. Niche themes/templates can’t compete with that.
Kudos for the new Elite Program Manager!
Plus, “the mark as read” small button is pretty buggy. Sometimes works, sometimes doesn’t.
The comments edit is not wokring here, unless I open the link manually in a new window.
Firefox 38.0.5 Mac OSX Yosemite
Today my t-shirt arrived.
Thank you very much for taking care of this and mostly for your patience when replying to my complaints. Keep up the good work!
ThemeBeans saidThat would be nonsense. We do have our own support system, and we will keep using it. We won’t switch to Envato’s one, or to replying to comments, it would be a mess to keep track of the support requests, time spent and so on. I seriously doubt that they can enforce such a restriction.
Pretty sure it was mentioned by someone from the team/blog that we won’t be able to link to our own support in the item profiles, or say that we offer “free support”. Lemme look for this.
Based on previous comments (you need to read many pages on this thread to find out), authors who opt-out from paid support will get a kind mention “This item is not supported”; if a buyer reads that, of course will run away.
I disagree on this new update and I hope is not so bad as it sounds right now