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pezflash says
Moving TF is a smart move for you Pez Gl i know me and dSKY are ok with it :P

Tsafinho, i’ll not move, don’t relax, you’ll need to bear me for longer. :P



i just find it quite pointless arguing on this subject on AD forums on each thread talking about sales

Yes, i’m agree. I’ll keep my thoughs regarding the future of flash for any other place. Hopefully for us i’ll be wrong. Time will say!

Thanks for the book reference Mpc!

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32 Sales this month, last month I had 34, so I’d say it’s quite the same… plus there are still 3 more days until the month ends.

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marcfolio says
32 Sales this month, last month I had 34, so I’d say it’s quite the same… plus there are still 3 more days until the month ends.

Last month I had 245 Sales. Month before 251, and month before that 264. This month I’m at 185. Of course there are still a few days left this month, but I don’t know if I’ll make up 60 sales by the 30TH. Maybe my new file will get things jump started. But I’d say things slowed a little more than average. Maybe everyone is waiting for the rate hike so they can spend and give the authors more money.

Or one person’s slow month means some one else’s rocketship.

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Thunderbuddies says

I had last month 187. Best month till today May, 220 great sales. Today i am at 114, and i can report about very slow sales. And AD keep rejecting my new template ;-) Do you need more fustration ? I hope this is all because of the lovely customers, who waits till we get better rates, and than they buy a lot…..

I checked the most files on AD, and i can tell, we all sell much worser. I think the only one who has great sales today is Damojo ! And he has great files, so i am happy for him ! Congrat from Cologne to Cologne Damojo !

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Tean says
I had last month 187. Best month till today May, 220 great sales. Today i am at 114, and i can report about very slow sales. And AD keep rejecting my new template ;-) Do you need more fustration ? I hope this is all because of the lovely customers, who waits till we get better rates, and than they buy a lot….. I checked the most files on AD, and i can tell, we all sell much worser. I think the only one who has great sales today is Damojo ! And he has great files, so i am happy for him ! Congrat from Cologne to Cologne Damojo !

Why do they keep rejecting your template, whats wrong with it?

Drop me an email, I want to see how it looks like :P

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Aw_Shucks says
^ ^ Ben i don’t agree with most of the stuff you say but hey it’s a matter of point view. Base on your words Ben AD temp` should be the more expensive then TF temp` and it’s not the case, so in a way it shatter your theory ......

The point I was trying to make was that HTML templates are easier to make, because there are so many resources that can be installed into a notepad app very easily. Flash is more complicated so it SHOULD cost more. Its exactly the type of thing you were saying. So basically, you do agree with me, tsafi. Hahaha.

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^ ^ Ben i don’t agree with most of the stuff you say but hey it’s a matter of point view. Base on your words Ben AD temp` should be the more expensive then TF temp` and it’s not the case, so in a way it shatter your theory ......
The point I was trying to make was that HTML templates are easier to make, because there are so many resources that can be installed into a notepad app very easily. Flash is more complicated so it SHOULD cost more. Its exactly the type of thing you were saying. So basically, you do agree with me, tsafi. Hahaha.

Are you sure? Try to make an html site (nice) and make it work perfectly on all the browsers… that will cause you headaches that flash will never give you :)

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tsafi says
^ ^ Ben i don’t agree with most of the stuff you say but hey it’s a matter of point view. Base on your words Ben AD temp` should be the more expensive then TF temp` and it’s not the case, so in a way it shatter your theory ......
The point I was trying to make was that HTML templates are easier to make, because there are so many resources that can be installed into a notepad app very easily. Flash is more complicated so it SHOULD cost more. Its exactly the type of thing you were saying. So basically, you do agree with me, tsafi. Hahaha.
Well we are on the same side no matter what i say only because i support flashers first and trash the rest after :P

But you know HTML templates should not be consider as something intelligible, you need to know few script language + some design skills like Photoshop bla bla ,still good flasher are always short hand and hard to find in particular AS3 code masters so in the open market they get the most $$$$ also there work bring more income to the studio since flash in general you charge much more for the work then the regular Mambo Jumbo HTML WP bla bla(what do i care let P&K suffer ) , also good talent designers are hard to find . So you know on the low of the food chain you find WP ,HTML and so on and you can find them in thousand/hoo ? sorry Bazilion.

When all those flash stock market start to pop 3-4 years ago i say to my self man what a great idea to bring flash to the front of the web in popularity and make money, but if i look at this now i say to my self; man all those flash stock market cause flash to go in to the prostitution level in a matter of price, flood the market with cheap flash files. I can show you 3 studios from 3 different countries that doing custom work in the freelance world charge thousand of $$$ and there core base of most of there template are from AD ….well….. I can talk about the good and bad but it’s late and i fed up with this subject any way

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Aw_Shucks says
^ ^ Ben i don’t agree with most of the stuff you say but hey it’s a matter of point view. Base on your words Ben AD temp` should be the more expensive then TF temp` and it’s not the case, so in a way it shatter your theory ......
The point I was trying to make was that HTML templates are easier to make, because there are so many resources that can be installed into a notepad app very easily. Flash is more complicated so it SHOULD cost more. Its exactly the type of thing you were saying. So basically, you do agree with me, tsafi. Hahaha.
Are you sure? Try to make an html site (nice) and make it work perfectly on all the browsers… that will cause you headaches that flash will never give you :)

Yeah man. Back in 2003 when I first started getting into webdesign i began with using already made JavaScript, CSS and XHTML . I would search for the ones that said they had the highest compatibility, then I would simply install them and make a few changes. I wasn’t as good at photoshop then as I am now, but with my skills back then along with all the code that was being redistributed for free, I made a few somewhat complex websites out of them. That’s what I was trying to say about it in my previous message. I’m sure its more complex for those who actually KNOW how to code JS, XHTML , CSS and whatnot other than AS. :P And not to be a tattle tale, but speaking about ease of installation: I heard from at least a couple of users on TF who said lots of authors there take those free repository code websites and use them in their projects. Can’t really do much of that with flash, seeing as how you have to customize your code to fit the hierarchy of your movieclips and other objects. Not to mention internal code and external code communicating with server side scripts. But like I said, its complicated if you actually write your own code. So that goes both ways.

Granted it was all just for the sake of learning how to structure a website easier. I later turned to Flash in 2005 and had fun. But it took me 5 years just to get moderately good at it. For me, I’d have to say the way I was doing it at first, considering, was pretty easy. I won’t go back to it though. I’m on a one way street with flash, and its only like that because I want to keep going. :) Just speaking from my experience.

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