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Demorfoza
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Hi all! I came up with an idea to gather as much information as possible regarding print sizes of most common categories on GraphicRiver. Hopefully some people will find niche market thanks to these charts and newcomers will know what’s the best format to start with. Statistics are based on Envato’s search engine. Here we go:
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Note: In every size I included it’s variations, example: 4×6 includes 6×4, 4.25×6.25, 6.25×4.25 and so on. Numbers may vary depending on the day. “Other/Unlisted” value means that there was other/uncommon size of the item or there was no size at all.

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smmr
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Nice post :)

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TanyDi2
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Thank you for detailed info :)

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InsectoDesign
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Great info!, I had no idea about the vast population of 4×6” flyers.

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survivor
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Nice and helpfull summary. Thank You.

It will be also great to see if the most common formats are also those with best sales per 1 file or the buyers prefers another format.

I know, You can’t just count sales for thousands of items, but may be someone can do the script to count it ;)

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omar_almudaries
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Great analysis and statistic LUCA, very useful for all, Appreciate your post

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joiaco
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Interesting and informative thanks; do people actually print flyers or mostly send as digital flyers? I never see any printed flyers around here (small town) except sales flyers in hardware and clothing stores. What happens in large cities?

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mrikhokon
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Thank you….....

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KalininRuslan
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Really helpfully information!

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Demorfoza
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Thanks all of you :)

@survivor – I think it’s beyond my reach :) I’m no coder, and checking all these things manually would take weeks. However I’m also curious about it.

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