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Mufaddal says
thats what i mean also…there must be something “exclusive” for the “exclusive authors”...right now i have only my profile labeled as exclusive author, but ask me if i benefit from…no LOL , oposite, to be exclusive seller is a big mistake here…i bet, non-exclusive authors earn better :D
HELL YA !!!!!
ask FD authors what they earn… as example those with silver, gold and plutonium badges :D

regarding my ability and my skill i get more…..by being non-exclusive…

i am neutral…..

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Motionreactor says
Man. With the exception of P&K, Myself and a few others, everybody’s got something to complain about. Here’s an idea of mine. I think when you apply to Envato you have to apply. In the application you can write your concerns and interests about how you think Envato should be run. If you don’t like it you don’t get accepted. For real man. EVERY DAY on the forums there’s a new complaint. Its like nobody is happy and they just want to tell everyone else about it.

Totally agree with you…

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Motionreactor says
Yo man, I’ll ‘advocate’ where ever I want and whenever I think it is fit. They don’t participate because its almost futile. Most members are never happy. Or they act like it for a short while and then demand something else of staff. Its like, hey, you build something for people and they constantly throw it back in your face. I CAN stick up for staff. I’m a part of this place. My voice is going make sound when I talk. I just think I don’t want to express my discontent toward the efforts of the staff.

I remember when Envato announced the increase in commission. The whole series of Envato sites rejoiced. It wasn’t until recently when someone said how horrible the rates were that everyone started agreeing. 40% IS a good place to start at. It means you have to earn your respectful place on a website that needs quality products to make it successful. Earning your extra 10% is worth the progressive process. If you ask me, members are starting to get too greedy, demand way too much and don’t appreciate the opportunity that these website offer.

When you create quality products that are promising in whatever form or fashion, you will sell your files in numerous duplications. That will add up to something great in terms of amounts of money. That is an opportunity you get and at the same time its a risk you agreed to take when you joined. Too many people are trying to change these marketplaces too fast all at once. And consider the people who bring these services to you. There’s too much to follow when on every marketplace website there are complaints about half of the things that the sites offer.

Again, totally agree… I have been having exactly the same thoughts.

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Mufaddal says
Yo man, I’ll ‘advocate’ where ever I want and whenever I think it is fit. They don’t participate because its almost futile. Most members are never happy. Or they act like it for a short while and then demand something else of staff. Its like, hey, you build something for people and they constantly throw it back in your face. I CAN stick up for staff. I’m a part of this place. My voice is going make sound when I talk. I just think I don’t want to express my discontent toward the efforts of the staff.

I remember when Envato announced the increase in commission. The whole series of Envato sites rejoiced. It wasn’t until recently when someone said how horrible the rates were that everyone started agreeing. 40% IS a good place to start at. It means you have to earn your respectful place on a website that needs quality products to make it successful. Earning your extra 10% is worth the progressive process. If you ask me, members are starting to get too greedy, demand way too much and don’t appreciate the opportunity that these website offer.

When you create quality products that are promising in whatever form or fashion, you will sell your files in numerous duplications. That will add up to something great in terms of amounts of money. That is an opportunity you get and at the same time its a risk you agreed to take when you joined. Too many people are trying to change these marketplaces too fast all at once. And consider the people who bring these services to you. There’s too much to follow when on every marketplace website there are complaints about half of the things that the sites offer.

agreed

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PixelBin says

I have a feeling this will be locked quite soon. :P

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contempoinc says

@Aw_Shucks – werd, at just 45% envato pays my mortgage every month and that’s totally cool with me :)

At everyone complaining once you start seeing some sales, you’ll come around. Make quality items and you’ll see returns, trust me.

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DanielKeller says
Yo man, I’ll ‘advocate’ where ever I want and whenever I think it is fit. They don’t participate because its almost futile. Most members are never happy. Or they act like it for a short while and then demand something else of staff. Its like, hey, you build something for people and they constantly throw it back in your face. I CAN stick up for staff. I’m a part of this place. My voice is going make sound when I talk. I just think I don’t want to express my discontent toward the efforts of the staff.

I remember when Envato announced the increase in commission. The whole series of Envato sites rejoiced. It wasn’t until recently when someone said how horrible the rates were that everyone started agreeing. 40% IS a good place to start at. It means you have to earn your respectful place on a website that needs quality products to make it successful. Earning your extra 10% is worth the progressive process. If you ask me, members are starting to get too greedy, demand way too much and don’t appreciate the opportunity that these website offer.

When you create quality products that are promising in whatever form or fashion, you will sell your files in numerous duplications. That will add up to something great in terms of amounts of money. That is an opportunity you get and at the same time its a risk you agreed to take when you joined. Too many people are trying to change these marketplaces too fast all at once. And consider the people who bring these services to you. There’s too much to follow when on every marketplace website there are complaints about half of the things that the sites offer.

yea… absolutely agreeing, very well spoken

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thomas07 says

yes we must prove our selfs, thats right, but please not with $300K :D

Your words: “I CAN stick up for staff. I’m a part of this place. My voice is going make sound when I talk. I just think I don’t want to express my discontent toward the efforts of the staff”

But doesnt this apply for other authors as well?...for authors making suggestions that can be in benefit for both parties? Voicing my opinions doesnt make me an a**hole sory, and this is the only way how this place can become better, other wise they wont be posting threads like this or other threads we can all recognize from their headlines…

look here on the sidebar for some examples—>

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DanielKeller says
I have a feeling this will be locked quite soon. :P

“finger-crossed”

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PixelBin says
I have a feeling this will be locked quite soon. :P
“finger-crossed”
What ever happened to that competition for the most interesting thread/post or whatever it was called? This could easily qualify. :D

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