+1 For making them public at least. Half of my reviews sound like the buyer thinks the review is public (eg: highly recommend this author, buy it with confidence, etc…)
I was waiting for this . Just name a time & place.
Now it’s something like 31.78% recurring of the item price, mulitplied by the buyer fee, which is four quarts and ten watts of the authors fee, which is based on how many days we are into the lunar month and then you divide it by $3,750 and multiply it by the average VAT rate of all countries that charge VAT, add on California sales tax and then subtract how old you are… in seconds. That’s just for sales to US buyers though, there’s a different calculation for sales from every different country.
Thank you, that seems about right. I forgot about the lunar month, so my calculations didn’t sum up.
This might sound like a stupid question (being an author for a pretty long time), but where exactly can I see my current rate, and the amount left to sell until the next one?
1) You just have to upload the files that were changed (eg: script zip file, thumbnail) and maybe edit the description with a changelog.
2) No, they can download the new version for free. You can check the “notify buyers” checkbox and they will receive an e-mail when the item is updated.
I only get like 10, and every time I get an e-mail (notification/subscribtion/spam) I simply unsubscribe or report the e-mail as spam so I will never receive again something that I don’t really care about. This helps a lot in keeping my inbox clean and being able to see the real important e-mails.
Envato, can you please create a non-ambiguous document that explains all this mess?
The problem with Node.js is not that it isn’t that popular, but that the only thing that could be sold in Node.js is full applications. I say this because there are so many thousands and thousands of node.js modules that it’s almost impossible to not find a free module to match your needs.
So maybe a sub-category with “complete web applications” would be a start.
“Your last item approval was about 1 year ago.”
Well, this makes me sad. I didn’t even realised it passed so much time since I created a new item. I feel a bit guilty, not really for being lazy because I did other stuff like updates, support and other non-envato related things, but because I had ideas and requests that I couldn’t fulfill yet.
What about you guys? Do you feel like you could’ve done more the last year?