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bilalmarri says

i have 4 files which are ready to be uploaded. Lets say all of them will be accepted so what should i do? upload them all at once or give them a week break in between…

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didgi says

I’d upload them all at once.

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uniquefx says

I guess there is no right answer for this one,but i would upload them every few days to keep myself on the front page for maximum time.

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Madlistudio says

i think better upload it in separate day. Uniquefx is right. to keep your file on front page. otherwise frontpage only show your latest upload.

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AndrVlad says

Depend on your approved/rejected ratio and how nany project you produce per week/month/year.

1. If you have 50/50 rejections then upload 2 at once. if you have even more rejections then upload them all with hope that something will be approved.
If you almost don’t have rejections or if you never heard about that side of reviewng process then go to step 2.

2. If you produce 4 projects each week then it makes sence to upload periodically like on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday (just choose days you like).
If you do 4 projects per month then you can try to upload one project a week (probably uploading on weekend may have result to be approved (depend on reviewing time) in the mid of next week to be on the front page during the most traffic hours.
If you do 4 projects a year or 4 projects a day then I think it does not matter how you upload them just do it.

Anyway hard thinking when to upload will not affect sales much. Project itself and even project name affect sales more, much more :-)

Best Regarsd, Andrey

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Hypha says

If I remember correctly, there’s a limit to how many items one author can have on the frontpage. I can’t find the ‘official’ thread I read it on, but here’s someone else talking about it:

http://videohive.net/forums/thread/about-new-items/56772?page=1#513726

If your goal is to be on the frontpage, I would wait a while between uploading each one.

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Mocarg Moderator says

Only 1 item will be on the front page.

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modeon says

For settle on front page (it is important for selling) upload 1 item in 4-5 days

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