@iulianf for example my product is on the first page, row two, product two. Title and tags matters a lot. Cheers, Razvan http://graphicriver.net/category/web-elements/forms
Your item will be there anyway, we’re talking about search results not list of items in particular category
Well Google has a more complicated algorithm but basically is not using the keywords tag to index a site and as far as I know the title tag is very important piece while keywords are ignored.
Title is still made out of tags and is strongly considered as domain name I think. I always thaught google is based on keywords, all those crawlers and bots searching for them every day. But I can’t argue with you here, I think I don’t feel competent enough now
I don’t understand why we should work to get our items well placed in search engines. It should be everything as natural as it can be, we should worry about quality and other stuff. All of my items are usually sell as long as are on the first page!!! For such a big site the search engine is very very poor.
You mentioned Google before. That’s more less the same way they operate, you rank your keywords, not name of your site. The name is what represents your site/item in search results, but keywords carry informations of what your item contains.
Search engine here could be improved a bit anyway.
Usability can be kept if the related images are given a lower importance to don’t stand up before the images from search. If is going to be only a row at the bottom of the page or let’s say 1-3 items in the sidebar I don’t think it will confuse anyone as long as the random items will have title such as From the same category. In this way it will be very clear what are the search results and what are items not related to search result.
Well, that might work in some cases. Although I’m not sure about it, you may have a point. Consider informing staff about it or creating another thread with such concept (but in Site Feedback, not many authors are stopping by Item Discusison category )
Let’s say you are searching for a book, at the bottom of the page (or anywhere) it would be cool to show a row of random items from the category range where the user is searching. In this way some items will get expose, but and related searches wouldn’t be a bad ideea too
You’re right, that might give us some random exposition. But don’t you think that since there are already 30 items on every page of search results, adding another 10 to that would confuse buyers and lower a search usability?
Of course they can, but Envato staff said clearly that they will punish authors for that. I don’t know if it’s happening yet, but some people already complained about irrelevant items shown up after searches.
Calm down iulianf, noone is promoted, there’s no black-hat involved and there are no bad things. Those people above just know how to tag their items properly. Compare your item with any of the above and see what tags they’re using. Envato search works mostly with tags, so when your item has only “books” tag instead of “books” and “stack”, then it won’t show up in search results in highest position.
Try to search for bookstore isolated. You know why your item comes first? Because those are the tags you used.
You may or may not link to your photos in your help file. It really depends on license you’ve aggreed with.
If you use Photodune images without paying for them (with watermark), you need to credit each one of them in your item description on any Envato market. I don’t know if that also applies to your help file. If you paid for them, then you’re not obligated to mention them in your help file, although it’s always nice and appreciated by client when you make your project a bit easier to work with.
How can you explain this? My logo was accepted on other site but on graphicriver not.
i just dont understand the uploading proces made here on graphic river.Somthing is missing me and i dont know what.:|Cya
Brandcrowd hasn’t really any quality control process, I think any logo will be accepted there.
I also warned you at the very beginning about long way ahead of you. I think none of us has started with one design and immediatly got accepted. Creating is really fun process, but it also requires some knowledge which can only be obtained by training. It will never work when you upload every single logo and expect to be accepted and ready to earn some money. Believe me, you (as well as any other fresh graphic designer) need to make a hudred of them and probably the 101st will be good enough to stay on GR market.
Don’t give up