apparently there’s a term called “Summer slowdown” a friend told me about yesterday (most of you probably heard about it already)So after a bit of google this interesting post came up: http://www.c2m2a.com/2012/05/4-Tips-for-the-Summer-Slowdown-How-To-Pick-Up-Sales/
and this one too: http://www.buildingkeystones.com/2011/05/dealing-with-summer-sales-slow-down/
Its nice to know we’re all in the same boat and this is a very common phenomenon for people who work in online marketing of any type.
Its a bit better for me when it comes to gammas and such, there are more options to fiddle with, and the file size is usually smaller than the regular h.264 - give it a go and see how it works…
Thank you Brian and the rest of the Envato staff for handling this matter, its great to know someone’s out there looking out for us. Your immediate reaction is highly appreciated.
Since this thread had started, the project we’re talking about sold over 7 copies (have to keep the exact number hidden to avoid pointing fingers) Funny thing is, he even copied the same grammar mistakes (“he haven’t heard about…”) which makes it obvious Lets ask ourselves this question: Should this be encouraging to new authors? is this the message we want to receive? that if we come up with something original and someone copies our script word by word it will be approved by staff and start selling?What happened to copyright infringements? to that lovely authoring quiz we all had to take? is it forgotten already? Here’s a reminder http://support.envato.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/112/9/an-introduction-to-the-marketplaces-for-authors Copyright infringement fellas, its right over there, The item must NOT be based on any other item.
Ok, each one is allowed to think the way they want to, excuse me for trying to impose a personal opinion.
There are many copies in this world which was made much better than the originals.
Really? care to share some with me? It’s just like saying you can imitate a person better than himself which is a paradox.
Once its a copy, a rip off, a replica – it’s impossible to be better than the source, of course you can exaggerate the source, and add another flavor to the mix – but then you’re already creating something new which makes it somehow original.
originality is unbeaten cyzer, you being the original skilled author you are should know it better than anyone