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BuchmannDesign says

I just noticed i now have a red paw, but is this a mistake?...

I assumed the sales for a Red Paw (i.e. $1000 – $5000) was based on what “we” make AFTER our commission percentage. I am still under $1000 for my earnings, yet I have a Red paw.

Is the paw color really the total earned by your templates, before the percentage commission?

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Mastergreed says

Total earnings.

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digitalimpact says

guess it shows the total sales you generated…

Not that it’s hard to guess how much you made :)

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kevinsturf says

it shows the total sale accumulated from your files, not actual earnings from it.

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BuchmannDesign says

Ok, thanks!

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