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janthemanson says

I thought I share something I’ve missed on the photodune site.

It’s kinda hard as author to evaluate the interest per item(s) (that are not already sold or even if sold). So it would be nice if there is something like a “views”-feature on the site, so authors can say ”....oh, look at this item, I got 500 views and only 2 sales …” . With this kind of trend indicator authors can double check if their items are of customers interest, or should be updated, cause customers back up and buy other files instead.

Thanks, Jan

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Ekushey says

Agreed, Jan.

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silent47 says

+1

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TanyDi says

+1

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janthemanson says

Pretty sad, we’re only 4 …. :)

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