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webdesigndeluxe says

I made a really cool brush pack today, and wanted to submit it to the freebie section on PSDTuts+. I was wondering if you get any sort of money in doing so. Just curious. If not I’ll still be submitting it for everyone! Just wanted to know. Thanks!

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PixeledArt says

No money, just exposure

Submitting a brush pack, image pack or textures to the freebie section is a great way to get exposure and traffic while showing off your work to the world. We’ll include a big author link and bio on your item and it’ll be seen by thousands of Psdtuts+ devotees!

Reference: http://psd.tutsplus.com/about/submissions/

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