How many files do you upload to graphicriver per day or week or month, what is your average and what is your goal?

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cooledition says

My average was like 1 file every 2 or 3 months, but i decided the last month to dedicate more time to graphicriver and my average now is like 4 files per month. My goal is to upload 3 files per week.

What about you guys?

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acerchina says

I want three or more files per week, but time, idea, limit my, so my goal is not quantity, is the quality of work.

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dekurvajo says

My principal is 1 file / day but i dont want to upload trash so… its gonna be hard

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Kontrastt says

My average is 1 file per week, goal is 2 – 3 (decently designed) files per week.

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quickandeasy says

I go through waves of motivation coupled with managing my time on other projects, probably averages one every 2 weeks

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kimiwa says

My average is about one submitted file per 2 weeks. Trying to inspire myself to get more ideas pumping in..

Anyhow, QUALITY is a must to have :)

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IconCreme says

My average is 2 files per week. Goal is 15-20… sales per day. Yes, it may seem funny but there is no goal (for me) in having “lots of items”. Quality over quantity. And sales. Sales.

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dekurvajo says

‘Quality over quantity’ / i agree

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RafaelOliveira says

When I started I’ve set my goal to have 60 items, so I worked hard to get 3 or 4 files per week, now that I’ve achieved the result, I’m uploading usually 1 or 2 files per week.
Also I’m trying to get files in all categories, like my recent flyer and the power point presentation idea I have in mind :)

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Mirtt says

I don’t upload files often so 1 file every 2-3 months I guess.

Yes I admit,I’m lazy :impatient:

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