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aaranmcguire says



I’ve made a calculator for current bundle (it works in the same way as pixelentity’s): http://www.env1ro.com/envato_bundle_calculator/?x=50

x=50 is a item price (you can choose from 3-50).

I’m not a programmer, so please be understanding if something is wrong, you get some PHP errors. Script works on Jeffrey Way’s Envato Marketplace API Wrapper class.

Hope you like it :)
Yh, theres an error, maybe you should of tested it before you posted it.. + you dont need the Envato API

My bad, it worked till bundle pack was on sale. Could you tell why I don’t need to use API – what is the other way?

I posted my calc here on forum: http://graphicriver.net/forums/thread/authors-bundle-earnings-calculator/59903?page=7#627265

well thats why, because you cant get the sales via the API if the item is no longer for sale.

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50andJACK says

If I’m allowed I’ll post my earnings.

I don’t see why this wouldn’t be allowed (unless you’ve already been told otherwise I guess). But someone should make a list of what everybody earned. It would be great motivation to make awesome files that could be considered for a future bundle :)

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Joost Moderator says

well thats why, because you cant get the sales via the API if the item is no longer for sale.

So cache the sales count while you can, and when the API does not give you a value anymore, start relying on your cache. ;)

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aaranmcguire says


well thats why, because you cant get the sales via the API if the item is no longer for sale.
So cache the sales count while you can, and when the API does not give you a value anymore, start relying on your cache. ;)

It could still be wrong if no one used the website, say 2 hours before the sale ended.. you would get old cache

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env1ro says



well thats why, because you cant get the sales via the API if the item is no longer for sale.
So cache the sales count while you can, and when the API does not give you a value anymore, start relying on your cache. ;)
It could still be wrong if no one used the website, say 2 hours before the sale ended.. you would get old cache

As I said before, I’m not a programmer, but thanks for informations & instructions. I will improve my script as much as I can :)

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Prothemeus says

The bundle made 7378 total sales.

You can calculate how much each author made like this:

Half the bundle value goes to Envato, and the other half is split amongst authors based on the value of their file. So your percentage of the earnings is your file price(3$ to 50$) divided by the total bundle value (523$).

If I’m allowed I’ll post my earnings.

Only 7378 sales? Wow, that’s quite a difference compared to last year. Didn’t the previous bundle sell about 21.000 times?

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aaranmcguire says


The bundle made 7378 total sales.

You can calculate how much each author made like this:

Half the bundle value goes to Envato, and the other half is split amongst authors based on the value of their file. So your percentage of the earnings is your file price(3$ to 50$) divided by the total bundle value (523$).

If I’m allowed I’ll post my earnings.
Only 7378 sales? Wow, that’s quite a difference compared to last year. Didn’t the previous bundle sell about 21.000 times?

I found that I already had all the good items so it was not worth it.

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Tricycle says

Hi, I was gone all weekend so missed all this. I haven’t been told by Envato what I’ve earned yet, I was just going off the calculateor on www.env1ro.com(although it’s broken now) which said about $3k the last time I checked it. I’m at 69% earnings rate now, so this would have pretty much made gotten me to Elite, hence I asked the question.

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aaranmcguire says

Hi, I was gone all weekend so missed all this. I haven’t been told by Envato what I’ve earned yet, I was just going off the calculateor on www.env1ro.com(although it’s broken now) which said about $3k the last time I checked it. I’m at 69% earnings rate now, so this would have pretty much made gotten me to Elite, hence I asked the question.

It does not matter what your earning rate is, I dont think anyway… I think that would just get way to complicated.

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Tricycle says

Oh no no I didn’t think the bundle earnings were determined by my regular earnings rate. I just was hoping that it counted towards my progression towards Elite(70%). I guess this thread has gone off topic alot since I started it!

I don’t know anymore really, as I said I was working off that handy calculator.


It does not matter what your earning rate is, I dont think anyway… I think that would just get way to complicated.
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