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Artillegence
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Yay! Congrats everybody. Even I am in there (and stayed tight to keep the secret) ;)
ya me too :P
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RZDESIGN
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Awesome :) Love the concept, I hope to see some nice tutorials on there!

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fuelthemes
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Interesting marketplace to say the least.

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EireStudio
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What an absolute fantastic idea!!! I will buying a few of these no doubt

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FRESHFACE
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Who could have thought it will be a tuts marketplace? ;) What a great surprise, I will totally buy something there, especially if there will be some good c4d tuts.

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Parallelus
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Ok, so instead of just creating a graphic and selling it on GraphicRiver, or a landing page and selling it on ThemeForest, I can do some extra documentation to make it a tutorial and sell it for a lower price on the tuts website! I guess i don’t get it. I would much rather make a landing page and sell it on ThemeForest for $12 than do the same thing plus the extra work of creating a tutorial and sell it for $5 on the Tuts marketplace.

This reminds me more of an affiliate site like ClickBank where you sell your weight loss strategy or “Google AdWord Secrets” book. I guess it could have success that way but not sure Envato would allow it. I know Envato has been very successful with their premium tuts subscriptions, but I feel like that’s just to get the files for the tutorial. There are so many free tutorials out there and you already have the file marketplaces here. Wouldn’t it be better just to sell the JavaScript on CodeCanyon, HTML on ThemeForest, etc since you must provide documentation regardless.

Best of luck but this one looks like a stinker to me.

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Sonicbyte
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cool

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FRESHFACE
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Ok, so instead of just creating a graphic and selling it on GraphicRiver, or a landing page and selling it on ThemeForest, I can do some extra documentation to make it a tutorial and sell it for a lower price on the tuts website! I guess i don’t get it. I would much rather make a landing page and sell it on ThemeForest for $12 than do the same thing plus the extra work of creating a tutorial and sell it for $5 on the Tuts marketplace.

This reminds me more of an affiliate site like ClickBank where you sell your weight loss strategy or “Google AdWord Secrets” book. I guess it could have success that way but not sure Envato would allow it. I know Envato has been very successful with their premium tuts subscriptions, but I feel like that’s just to get the files for the tutorial. There are so many free tutorials out there and you already have the file marketplaces here. Wouldn’t it be better just to sell the JavaScript on CodeCanyon, HTML on ThemeForest, etc since you must provide documentation regardless.

Best of luck but this one looks like a stinker to me.

This is a kind of tutorial I would be more than happy to pay for http://cg.tutsplus.com/tutorials/maxon-cinema-4d/model-texture-and-render-an-interior-scene-with-cinema-4d-and-vray-%E2%80%93-day-1/ (180 steps with a very nice result) so I guess the new marketplace is not much for ‘how to do a striped background’ easy stuff. It should be for really professional tutorials that deserve the price tag so I hope it won’t get flooded by cheap stuff. I can find cheap stuff on google.

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wizylabs
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I luv you envato :kiss: :inlove:

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Parallelus
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This is a kind of tutorial I would be more than happy to pay for http://cg.tutsplus.com/tutorials/maxon-cinema-4d/model-texture-and-render-an-interior-scene-with-cinema-4d-and-vray-%E2%80%93-day-1/ (180 steps with a very nice result) so I guess the new marketplace is not much for ‘how to do a striped background’ easy stuff. It should be for really professional tutorials that deserve the price tag so I hope it won’t get flooded by cheap stuff. I can find cheap stuff on google.

Agreed, that’s the type of experience you get in a classroom and I see the value in it. I’m not sure who’s going to do something that complex for a $5 price point thought. Since I don’t know how they plan to price these things it might work.

I know this for sure, people will pay for knowledge. That’s why we buy books, take classes and subscribe to tutorial websites. But as an author I’m not planning to spend the extra time on a project to get it priced lower on the tuts site compared to the other marketplaces. Maybe these current prices are “introductory” but they seem very low when I can do the same thing and sell it for more on GraphicRiver, 3DOcean or ThemeForest.

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