Also diversify your portfolio. Never put all of your eggs into one basket, in this case, Envato. You need to figure out multiple income sources so that if any one of those fails, the other ones can keep you sustained.
Especially when dealing with internet based income, nothing is set in stone. Websites come and go, trends move quickly, and your audience is ever changing. The more versatility that you can bring into your business plan, the better your odds are of succeeding.
Ok ok, so maybe I meant to post a 25 sales thread, and somehow put 100,000. It happens!
But in any case, I’m really happy to have made my 25th (well, 26th now) sale! So thanks for the support everyone, I do appreciate it.
On a side note – do most people try to put in as many keywords as possible, or just the few critical ones they think best relate to the item? I don’t really want to put a lot of fluff in the keywords, but maybe it’s worth it.
This is where the world today is going. This is what humans are being fed with, that true success is to have a porsche, big house, a lot of money… and you will be happy. In USA, one of the highest suicide rates are amongst financially rich people.
Perhaps some people enjoy cars as the works of art that they are? It isn’t always about the money or the status, for some people, the design and engineering are something special.
Creating an item on a mac vs. pc should in no way affect sales.
This is a super awesome feature, and that makes you super awesome as well.
I use both on a daily basis, and each has its own perks and downsides.
Ultimately I love the shortcuts built into macs for design – speeds things up, but I love the value for money of a PC even more.
For around $1500 I can build a PC that will easily top a 3k mac. It’s hard to ignore that. Plus I’m a gamer, so yeah