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Rewroc says

I don’t recommend ignoring rejected items. I say make the rejected item better. Never give up on an idea that could make potential $$$.

+100K! :) If I’d have given up on my rejected items, then I wouldn’t even have earned half of as much as I do now. So, just never give up. Reviewers always help out when you want to improve your items as well as when they know that your item can be accepted if you are willing to improve it.

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omar_almudaries says

+1000K,

Search through the Internet on all that is new in the field of specialization in which they operate to increase the field of thinking and creativity.

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Giallo says

well any of us is a top author so I guess all our suggestions are wrong. :D

BTW I think we should view more the “improving” aspect of our work, experimenting, trying new things, designing what we’re not comfortable with.

Just keep making what you already know to do is not something will bring you far away, probably money, but only for the moment. Change your perspective and your style to understand what’s yours, don’t stick with something you’re already good at, go in the dark: if you do illustrations, try with typography, if you design websites try with photomanipulation. Just my 2 cents

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gbs says

well any of us is a top author so I guess all our suggestions are wrong. :D

BTW I think we should view more the “improving” aspect of our work, experimenting, trying new things, designing what we’re not comfortable with.

Just keep making what you already know to do is not something will bring you far away, probably money, but only for the moment. Change your perspective and your style to understand what’s yours, don’t stick with something you’re already good at, go in the dark: if you do illustrations, try with typography, if you design websites try with photomanipulation. Just my 2 cents

Thanks for the advice. Your designs have always been my inspiration :)

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Suhandi says

I agree with you guys a lot of work + your own style…making good items, trying something new and patience. Good luck all.
i agree with you too, must have own style…!, i only specialize on cartoon :D
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schwarzbrotgold says

@ MikeKondrat: Why delete Items with low sales?

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punedesign says

There is no recipe for success. If you have the knowledge and experience, create what you want!!!

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chrisatlemon says

Of course quality, uniqueness, support etc are all great. That goes for all businesses.

I beg to differ, as some others, on rejected items. I had 2 rejected. I persisted. I got both acceptec without further changes (!!) and one of them is my fastest selling item of all! :)

One thing that guarantees your success, if you do all of the suggested above: Volume and uploads. You need loads of items and you need to be amongst the most recent items at all times. If you have 300 quality items and a new one every couple of days you will make money. Nothing else to it…

At least for now. One day the fun must stop. Imagine five years down the line and how many items that will be here. Each and every one of our item will disappear in the sheer volume of stuff that’s available. So make the best of it while you still can … hurryyyyyy! :)

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mrcharlesbrown says

Punedesign, “There is no recipe for success. If you have the knowledge and experience, create what you want!!!”

Chrisatlemon, “At least for now. One day the fun must stop. Imagine five years down the line and how many items that will be here. Each and every one of our item will disappear in the sheer volume of stuff that’s available. So make the best of it while you still can … hurryyyyyy!”

You both nailed it. Nothing last forever! Just make the most out of it and be grateful of whatever you are earning at the moment. Nothing comes easy my friends. You have to work for it!

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Shelby67 says

Just work, get tons of item lol..

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