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CraigSnedeker
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Is there a way, or can I, move down from exclusive? I wanna get accounts on other sites also, and sell both places. I’m just not earning a lot here. I don’t wanna leave, awesome-awesome site and great community =D

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snaz3d
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Go to your account and opt-out for the exclusivity program. Sure you can

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TPN
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ACCOUNT – > EDIT – > EXCLUSIVITY OF YOUR ITEMS – > CLICK ON THE BUTTON THAT SAYS “I wish to opt-out of the Envato Exclusivity program”

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PixelBin
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It’s gonna take 30 days though.

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hansv
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you can sell stuff in other sites without loosing exlusivity…. all you must do: do not sell what you already sell in Envato elsewhere…. You can sell new items in other sites…. just leave your items that you have in Envato here

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CraigSnedeker
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Thanks =D

hansv: I know but I wanna sell stuff like videos and stick photographs (if they come out with that marketplace?) lots of places. Graphics and textures can stay here and only here.

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scottwills
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You could also consider having two accounts, one for exclusive files, one for non-exclusivity. Several members already do this.

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thomas07
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You could also consider having two accounts, one for exclusive files, one for non-exclusivity. Several members already do this.

hmm…this is actually not bad idea, i was wondering only…do Envato allow multiple accounts with the same email address? Lest say i have an additional account with a different username (but use the same email addres with my “exclusive author” account) and use it to sell non-exclusively…will they allow me to use the same paypal address for payouts?

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ArikB
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You could also consider having two accounts, one for exclusive files, one for non-exclusivity. Several members already do this.
hmm…this is actually not bad idea, i was wondering only…do Envato allow multiple accounts with the same email address? Lest say i have an additional account with a different username (but use the same email addres with my “exclusive author” account) and use it to sell non-exclusively…will they allow me to use the same paypal address for payouts?

Well here’s the deal. Any files sold under the exclusive account are exclusive, any files sold under the non exclusive account are not exclusive. You can’t upload the same files to both accounts because we’ll see that during review and simply reject since the file is a duplicate.

I can’t be sure on paypal but I don’t see any issue.

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Joost
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Perhaps it could be a nice feature to be implemented: allow users to decide per file if they wish to sell it exclusively here or not. This would keep people from having to make two accounts and thus keep the marketplace much more organised. Also, you wouldn’t have to re-establish your good name with your 2nd account. :D

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