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lumberjackbg
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Thank God (and Envato :) )! After 22 days my first print template passed successfuly!

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ToivoMedia
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They said it couldn’t be done, that it was madness to even try…

But by pulling together we have become something greater than ourselves; a team, a community…

And together we can achieve the impossible.

Let’s live the dream and reach 1000 posts on this forum thread! 8-)

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SomethingDesign
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Post 995 The impossible become possible You’ll be the owner of a shiny pink paw after just 5 posts

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kaixer
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SomethingDesign – 997 Me – 998 SomethingDesign – 999 Me – 1000.

ok let’s start haha :grin:

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EnlivenDesigns
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Brandtz, FIRST post of this thread. Apply here: http://review.theresumator.com/apply/uGfLO3/GraphicRiver-Reviewer.html


Dear envato,

I can understand on this huge post in the forum that there is an urgent need for more manpower.

I offer my manpower as a reviewer.

Current location: Europe / Scandinavia.

Current job: Self-employed graphic designer.

Give me a “rapid” course and get a stable manpower and cover a time zone into which are currently not covered very well!

Waiting patiently for your hopefully welcoming response!

brandtz//
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dekurvajo
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They are planning something, how hard do you think it would have to be to train a reviewer..?

In 5 months my friend? There was brilliant comment before and god damn right, They are not training to travelling to the Mars. Its a bloody review, and if they picked the right persons they already should have the knowledge for this because they picked from here. And what makes you think an Elite author would be the right person for review…? 1. Elite authors are became elite because of their sales. 2. Why Do you think they would be motivated by a monotone job like this beside a bloody good passive income where actually they can use their precious time for creation? Think more…

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plaxtico
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In 5 months my friend? There was brilliant comment before and god damn right, They are not training to travelling to the Mars. Its a bloody review, and if they picked the right persons they already should have the knowledge for this because they picked from here. And what makes you think an Elite author would be the right person for review…? 1. Elite authors are became elite because of their sales. 2. Why Do you think they would be motivated by a monotone job like this beside a bloody good passive income where actually they can use their precious time for creation? Think more…

Yes, there has to be more than just “100% commission on the next sale” that’s nothing!! specially since elite authors probably are at the 60 up to 75% commission… so an extra $1 is peanuts for their time..

There should be another answer, another way that there can be remote reviewers. Thing is, I don’t think they’re looking much into that…

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EnlivenDesigns
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how does compensation for reviewers work? Hourly pay? Per item? Or did you mention something about raising their commission on sales? hmm

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dekurvajo
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Ok be honest! What is the sallary you would take this job, and how long? If you start, then you can say good bye to working as an author here. Theoretically not, but in reality – yes. So let say 8-10 hours/ day at least 5 days a week. Below $3000 i would not start. But actually the amount would keep me doing this its around $4500/month. It sounds like high, but think…

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EnlivenDesigns
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I just joined GR. Uploaded my first item Sunday. Waiting a month to see how that goes. Argh. I’ve thought about applying and seeing how the whole thing works.. is it full time or just a few hours a week? But I have a full time job, and I’d rather be creating designs with my limited free time to earn the coveted passive income. Designing what I want to, instead of for unclear clients. However since I’ve just jumped in the pool, I have no experience on the review process..probably not good to BECOME a reviewer anyways. Just want to ditch my prepress-zero-creativity job. But it pays the bills. My thoughts are a little jumpy…but I hope I’m making a some sense :D

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