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schwarzbrotgold says

Here are mine …

- do good a Job and create unique Design
- be active (in the Forum, Blog, FB, Dribble, Behance etc.)
- get Fans (Follower)
- specialize (for example only Mock-Ups, only Brochures etc.)
- work periodic (upload steady new Items)
- do Mass of Items
- don’t waste Time with denied Items
- answer Feedback from Customer
- use the right Tags

Please complete the List with your Tipps, thanks! :-)

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TanyDi says

1. Do work better

2. Do work more

3. Work, work, work….. :-)

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Rewroc says

1. Do work better

2. Do work more

3. Work, work, work….. :-)

LOL +100

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DusskDesign says

I agree with you guys a lot of work + your own style…making good items, trying something new and patience.

Good luck all.

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SeraphimChris says

I don’t recommend ignoring rejected items. I say make the rejected item better, or leave it alone for a few days, then approach the design with fresh eyes. Never give up on an idea that could make potential $$$.

Other than that, the advise is on point. :-)

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gbs says

Here are mine …

- do good a Job and create unique Design
- be active (in the Forum, Blog, FB, Dribble, Behance etc.)
- get Fans (Follower)
- specialize (for example only Mock-Ups, only Brochures etc.)
- work periodic (upload steady new Items)
- do Mass of Items
- don’t waste Time with denied Items
- answer Feedback from Customer
- use the right Tags

Please complete the List with your Tipps, thanks! :-)

You stated most of all tips :D. Learn new things and get inspirations from daily life is my addition :)

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grandelelo says

I don’t know the exactly formula, I just find out that my mind is bigger thank what i can imagine :)

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schwarzbrotgold says

Thanks, here comes two more …

1. get an inspiring Example-(Top) Author 2. set goals (for example “one Item per Week”)

More Ideas?

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VF says

Thanks, here comes two more …

1. get an inspiring Example-(Top) Author 2. set goals (for example “one Item per Week”)

More Ideas?

Be sincere while executing the ideas. Don’t become an idea tree just to share ideas :D

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MikeKondrat says

Delete Items with low sales.

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