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Final_Step says

Hello guys,

I want to know, if someone who buys my project is using it for his client, can he use it again for another client ? or he has to buy it again for each client ?

Cheers, Daniel. :)

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felt_tips Volunteer moderator says

Has to buy it again.

-f.

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Final_Step says

Ok, thanks for clearing that point out.

Daniel.

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Wlado says

But,how can I know if he is using it again for new client?

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Mocarg Volunteer moderator says
But,how can I know if he is using it again for new client?

You can’t… You must trust him…

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DanielKeller says

what if I do a series for my blog to present website templates? then I could use it multiple times right?

and maybe give it a name like “Template of the Moment #1”

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Final_Step says
But,how can I know if he is using it again for new client?
You can’t… You must trust him…

It can be hard..

You don’t know who is it and stuff like this.. However, you have no choice..

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MarkBrodhuber Staff says
what if I do a series for my blog to present website templates? then I could use it multiple times right? and maybe give it a name like “Template of the Moment #1”

Lets say you were to create a show opener for a youtube show. You’d use the project file for the opener, and that would be considered 1 project. Then you could use that rendered opener for 5,000 episodes all off of that single purchase.

Then lets say for example, someone contacts you to make them the same opener for their show, this would be a separate project and would require a second purchase of the file.

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Final_Step says
what if I do a series for my blog to present website templates? then I could use it multiple times right? and maybe give it a name like “Template of the Moment #1”

Lets say you were to create a show opener for a youtube show. You’d use the project file for the opener, and that would be considered 1 project. Then you could use that rendered opener for 5,000 episodes all off of that single purchase.

Then lets say for example, someone contacts you to make them the same opener for their show, this would be a separate project and would require a second purchase of the file.

But you can’t control it right ? I mean, like Mocarg said, you have to trust the customer… there is no other way…

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