digitalscience saidI agree with that.
.....theme legitimately – then you deserve that sales count
If I do promotions like that by involving with 3rd party company, how will others(or Envato) know whether its funded by me or the company.
Envato can say anything, because they are also making money out of this deal
I think #1 spot will definitely help it boost sales. Next week will be more interesting to see X vs Avada for #1 position(At least X will do better than it was before because of current #1 weekly sales position). Both items are backed by strong team and marketing efforts.
To be honest, this feels like a dishonest act on Envato’s part. I mean even today you say “our prices” then you claim you are not the seller? Is there any other marketplace in the world operating under such terms? Is there any other “middle man” taking up to %65 (for non-exclusives I guess) of the transaction without any responsibility?
Remove the exclusivity, reduce your cut to 15%, and provide us the tools we need to be an actual seller then you can claim you are just a middle man hosting our files and meeting buyers and sellers.Sorry but the percentage you cut from the sales is too big for just providing a platform to host our files. Although I’m not a big author here I’m giving $700-800 to Envato every month. Right now I’m thinking if I give $20 to a hosting company and rest to the Adwords would I get similar or even higher sales plus the benefit of deciding my own terms and prices? Just saying.
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Missing info.. in new Earnings tab.
1). X% of the Item Price is the author fee we’re currently charging you.( valuable for non elite authors )
2). $X more for you to get to the next author fee tier.( valuable for non elite authors )
3). $X more for you to reach the Envato Elite program. (OR Next Author Level like 8,9,10…)