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cooledition says

In my case, they reject me 4/5 logos, yeah, so sad lol

One of my logos is right now “Temporarily held by the review team”, that text should be change for “wait a bit, im writting the rejection note” lol

what is your case? remember, my average is 4/5 logos rejected

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chrisatlemon says

Everybody gets rejections even the best. 4/5 seems a lot, but then it also seems a lot of submissions at the same time for me.

Everybody has their own work rhythm, but maybe that suggests that you work on to many items at the same time?

Personally I like to work on 2 projects. One I concentrate on and one that keeps brewery in the background. Once I have perfected the main one and submitted for revision I start working on the next hoping that I do not have to go back to the first one.

I have 5 portfolio items and I got 1 rejection. (Fully justified!)

Having sat that I think in the logo category you get more rejections than in others. That’s together with the buttons and Flyers Categories must be one of the hardest to submit to.

As you know will always happy to help if you’re wondering about a rejection over at the items forum ;)

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ToivoMedia says

I uploaded 6 logos and 4 got accepted, so that’s not bad. Sales percentage is not so good, all of them currently have less than one sale. :|

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ToivoMedia says

Double post, must be more careful with mouse clicks. :|

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hardik_satasiya says
xstortionist said
Some logos I uploaded get approved and other don’t.

I’m probably not going to upload to the section for a while, as I’m working on referring members right now, plus the logo category is getting overly saturated with the same looking logos, but a small modification made to it. I think there needs to be higher quality standards for logos at the moment.

Note: I’m currently giving away all of my rejected logos. Message me if you are interested.

Love to :)

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dekurvajo says

Too much rejectons … and one logo gives $14.5 onces! if they buy it… There is a lot of relly good logo on the market woth 0 sales, and not since yesterday. A good logo takes about 6 hours to with everything. Thats almost a day. And then there is the high chance for the rejecton…

A good Add-on hm.. let say 3-4 days, but it gives me $6-20/days. I do logos only when im a bit tired with the add-ons. Or im keep thinking what should i do. What would be usefull, what is missing here, etc..

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joiaco says

I agree that it’s pretty over-saturated, but you can never account for taste. I’ve only ever had 2 accepted out of about 10 (i get too complicated) so i’ve given up the category.

As a potential buyer though, if i saw that a logo had already been sold over 10 or 20 times, then i would move on to choose another – for something more ‘individual’. Whereas with flyers and stationery etc. it wouldn’t matter to me how many other people are using the design because it gets personalized anyway.

What do other people think?

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