urbazon saidNooo!! I think you know why musicians always get up at 6:00 ? ...
matsteiner saidI guess others are still sleeping atm
Just in Europe? What about the others?
Answer: Because the shops close at 7:00
Haha I didn’t know this one
Btw, it’s all good here for the past couple of hours (actually, almost whole day)
I just checked, it’s also present in my account. But it’s present only on GraphicRiver portfolio. All other portfolio pages seem to be just fine – apart from loading very slowly.
Already ‘reported’ over here: http://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/display-bug/98090
urbazon saidYes I just tried it, and it only happens when I’m logged in.
I just opened your portfolio and everything seems alright. Try logging out of your account and then try to access the same page and see if it’s any different. I’ve recently started experiencing troubles (slow loading) on my own portfolio(s) but only when I’m logged in.
I’m not sure what is the reason for this, but my ticket was answered a few days ago stating that devs managed to replicate my problem and are working on it.
But since your problem is kinda different, it might not be 100% related, I guess it’s better if you open another ticket.
Creattive saidtime for a weissbier at the chinese tower in the english garden
Hi, since yesterday I am unable to access the marketplaces around every half hour. I need to wait 15 minutes and then I get the site to load properly again. Until then I get a no-server-response error.
The tutsplus network and all other sites are working correctly so I doubt it is something on my end.
Anybody else experiencing this?I’m in Munich, Germany
Ah, yes… Priceless Munich is such a beautiful city.
I just opened your portfolio and everything seems alright.
Try logging out of your account and then try to access the same page and see if it’s any different. I’ve recently started experiencing troubles (slow loading) on my own portfolio(s) but only when I’m logged in.
Hey, Mat, thanks for this info!
Once upon a time there was this thingie called “Bargain basement” (at least on AudioJungle, and on a few other marketplaces, I believe). The point was to let old and “buried” but quality files get exposure once again by putting them there and lowering the price. Imho, that was way better as it was promoting single files. Yes, they were way cheaper than regularly, but even so they sold individually and after they get removed from Bargain basement, they still got their download stats and everything, and some of those files kept selling afterwards as well.
Anyway, Bargain Basement was cancelled because it was not a success.
So how can these micro-bundles be success? Probably Envato gets bigger cut from bundles than with bargain basement. Plus, Bargain basement wasn’t advertised much. (Many people were even unaware of it, because the link to it was also buried )
The way I see it now, all these bundles are very bad. Okay, you get your item bundled, you get “loads” of money for it and then what? Bundle ends, it’s page gets removed, all the stats are gone, your item stays buried (if it was buried in the first place, as bundles tend to contain only the good-sellers, not the buried quality files anyway).