Wait, this is actually an awesome idea. Or better yet, set up a page with redirect so you can use GA on it. Bit slower for user, though.
Please register for an account here: http://support.premiumpixels.com/register.php – you will need your Item Purchase Code at the ready (instructions on how to find it here: http://cl.ly/4eth) After your purchase has been verified (instant) you’ll receive an email with a temporary password. That’s it, you’re in!So how exactly is it possible to validate this code? Is code the same for all who purchased the item? In fact, how can seller even know this code? Is there any way to automatically validate item purchase (apparently, Orman somehow manages to do it)?
Are you a wizard? That’s totally different from Darkstar’s picture!
Glorious! Thanks a lot! Is there some API app that presents all the data in some convenient format?
Guys, thank you so much for sharing this information! Currently looking into working with Envato marketplaces, but I still think earning much on GR alone is not feasible, now with TF things can get really interesting.
Giallo, what happened in June 2010 that caused a huge spike in sales? Did you carry out some promotional activity? In your opinion, how comes there are some months with sales lower than previous month? I mean, if you keep adding new assets to your portfolio, and old ones keep selling, then each consecutive month should have more sales, no?
Maybe I haven’t figured it out, but it seems GR interface lacks an important feature, and that is to show number of item views (at least to item author). Other major stocks have this statistic available to everyone, and even allow users to filter results by views. Without knowing how much people viewed your item it’s hard to evaluate its performance fully. If sales are low, you can only keep guessing “Is this low quality of my item?” or “Do I just need to gain more traffic for this asset?”. Is there any way to track view numbers, maybe some third-party statistics engine. Someone has any suggestions?
Philmo, thanks for sharing, good luck with your sales, this is certainly a positive trend!
Greetings! I have noticed on numerous occasions that site (at least comment section) does not support Japanese. After you submit something written in Kanji\Kana, only ???? signs appear. This might not be a major issue itself, but that brings about important question – is there any plans to start regional versions of Envato marketplaces with localized interfaces, like other major stock compaines do? If such development is planned, can we have some information on schedule? Thank you!