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vasilios says

This being my first item on Themeforest, I didn’t know what these numbers meant. Anyone care to share some light with me?

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kevinsturf says

the first number is how many sales you had. The second is how much you earned on a commission of 40% of that item value (since you had 2 sales., 40% of 8 is 3.2, so twice that amount to get you $6.40.) and the third is how much the item cost.

not sure about the tiny ones though.

hope i helped you :p

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vasilios says

I got that, it’s the tiny ones I’m confused about. lol :P

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jonathan01 says

those small numbers mean that at the current sales volume and amount of time on sale this is the average projected monthly sales per item – I believe anyways – this is what I have always presumed. Obviously one is based on commission and the other on retail price.

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vasilios says

Ah, that makes more sense. Thanks Jonathan! :)

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