EladChai – You break it down very useful for everyone to understand.
ikonome – I think this is a good solution too to limit the upload process to 1 item per week, and as you get more Earning rates become a more respectable author you get the right to upload more. I thinks it’a a radical solution but the best so far, unless reviewers will be very selective not like now.
Well we’ll never really know the reason since we never get one. I always learn from a rejected file,or even an accepted file, i learn something new every time i create something. I don’t understand what you mean by the 100 rejected thing. I disagree but i understand what you mean.Everyday we are learning, i don’t think that anyone will know everything, i am sure that their are elite authors or people that have been designing all their life still learning something new, that’s the good thing about life there is always something new to learn.
I mean that instead of focusing what to do with your old items, you shoul forget about them and try to improve, maybe you will learn a lot and create some valuable design that is worth more than all of your rejected items.
You should focus in sending only the best work and be as critique with your work as much as posibble.
What i wish right now is to have another website to go to so i can sell my rejected stuff there,because all my rejected stuff just start piling up.
This is the exact thinking that we do not need here. You dont need to sell the rejected designs nowhere, maybe they have reason to be rejected, learn from it and move on to better things. Maybe you can design something that will make 100 rejected items. Not everything that you create should be shown, Try to show your best work and you will have consistency and reputation.
Please think of that when you submit your next design. We need to start educating our authors and reviewers. Apparently everybody is still learning including myself.
Let’s face it, either envato has changed it’s policy regading new users or the reviewers are not doing a good job. One of two.
Let’s unite and ask Graphicriver’s authors to raise the quality standards not lower them. Is it that hard to review an item? From now on The Graphicriver’s description should be low and medium quality print templates. It’s the best for everybody and natural to do so.
Example: [Link Removed – Community Guidelines]
We dont want more than a page a day. So pick your choices carefully. We want the best, as I buyer I would want the best, not to scroll 10 pages and then leave.
The chance to get a lot of sales is very low, because after two weeks, your item is on page 6 or 8 in some categories. This is really frustrating…
In the flyers category, my item was on the 5th page in just 7 hours. How is that?? And I saw the worst designs ever, like their from 2009…How is everything gettting accepted.
It’s pointless to say that before when I entered the flyers category, I would see a lot of amazing designs that I could say wow..I wish I could do that…
And now all I see is 5 pages a day of mediocre stuff…Nothing inspiring nothing amazing (maybe a few exceptions) The good authors are not getting the attention they deserve and they will leave this market of low quality stuff.
Maybe reviewers can be more severe and select only the best designs, If you publish 5 pages a day of new flyers you are not helping nobody, except only envato, but is that healthy on the long run?
And now my sales: I made in a week less that I would have made in a day. That good
Cool design it’s a shame it did not get approved…all that hard work for nothing, I bet only the water ink footage must have took you a couple of days ,struggling with that fish tank with the camera in one hand and the ink syringe in the other..geez what a nightmare, am I right. I feel sorry for you. # Get it together reviewers!
Looks like nobody understanded your sarcasm. lol the comments after yours.