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Art101 says

I have an item hard rejected and it can’t be enhanced or modified (its concept is not matched to its supposed category).

I invested time, effort and money!! in this item and I don’t want to lose it. should I just forget it and start over Or do you have any ideas!!

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canimalition says

I try to fix again. :)

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mudi says

for me rejected items is the thing of past if you upload continuously than you rejection rate will eventually vanish or more probably decrease.

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ToivoMedia says

I perform a dark ritual and send the item through the dimensional void between the worlds, never to be seen again.

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tmthymllr says

Learn from it, and move on to better things. :)

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gbs says

I would try to alternate it to fit other category where the approval rate is higher. Or at last give it away as a freebie. And even when you get nothing, you always get experiences :D.

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Art101 says

Thanks guys for your suggestions :)

@gbs: I think I will try to alternate it to match another category.

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DarkstarDesigns says

I normally give them away as freebie which can help drive people to you website, if all goes well they see the item you have for sale and buy some.

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YD-LABS says

I use them in other designs.. :)

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JRChild says

Give it away on Adobe exchange for free with a link to your portfolio. It should act as a good promo device.

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