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Alexlasek says

full time 80% as a web designer and 20% here, but I would like to change it to.. let`s say 50/50

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schwarzbrotgold says

80% Freelance, 20% GraphicRiver.

Me too!

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mrcharlesbrown says

I work full-time here on Envato marketplace aside from my career and I love it. 100% commitment helps me to deliver good support and to consistently produce items that are useful to my buyers. I am happy with my success here and my monthly income so it is important that I should commit and continue to work full-time here.

My advice for those that are not working 70-80% here – in order to be successful and get consistent sales, you should get committed by enriching your portfolio and also give your buyers a good support. Quality support keeps them coming because they know that your commitment as an author here is genuine and they will have full confidence when purchasing any item from you. Your response to buyer’s questions (free support) matters a lot.

Just my 2 cents!

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corrella says

If the worth of the dollar would be the same as the euro, maybe I could work 90% of my time here. But for each dollar I earn here, I only get about 0,76 Euro. And the life in the Euroland is very expensive. So I also have to do freelance work :-)

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YD-LABS says

I quit last year & then join GraphicRiver & now I’m happier than I’ve ever been.. :)

Thank you Envato.. :)

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mixmedia87 says

70% Freelance 30% GR, the currency works out pretty great! 1us equals about 91 JA dollar. Grey paw in couple more sales, thanks Envato :)

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BoxedCreative says

If the worth of the dollar would be the same as the euro, maybe I could work 90% of my time here. But for each dollar I earn here, I only get about 0,76 Euro. And the life in the Euroland is very expensive. So I also have to do freelance work :-)

And for the £ pound even lower just over half a US dollar! Foget it, full time on GR isn’t enough for me. Currently 80% full time, 10 private freelance jobs and 10% GR! If my earnings were in £££’s on GR then maybe would consider full time on GR.

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ToivoMedia says


If the worth of the dollar would be the same as the euro, maybe I could work 90% of my time here. But for each dollar I earn here, I only get about 0,76 Euro. And the life in the Euroland is very expensive. So I also have to do freelance work :-)
And for the £ pound even lower just over half a US dollar! Foget it, full time on GR isn’t enough for me. Currently 80% full time, 10 private freelance jobs and 10% GR! If my earnings were in £££’s on GR then maybe would consider full time on GR.

Yeah, we don’t get a lot of pounds for our work on GR here in Britain. Graphic River has been good for me, it’s something that I go back to when nothing else is happening. It’s as much about learning and enjoying the work than about the earnings for me. Otherwise it wouldn’t be worth spending much time on GR.

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ToivoMedia says

I quit last year & then join GraphicRiver & now I’m happier than I’ve ever been.. :) Thank you Envato.. :)

That’s great, that you were able to do that :)

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xiaoali says

Would love to just make icons full time, but actually it’s just something I do for fun.

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