Awesome work guys! looking forward to September
I personally did not find asking for ratings helped. In fact, I kinda got the feeling asking for them had more of the opposite effect. I feel that buyers will make up their own mind on wether or not they will rate a product. What does have a positive impact on the number of ratings is providing outstanding support and going above and beyond for your customers when they’re facing issues. Combine this with making sure buyers are aware of the possibility of rating your products and you should see an increase in ratings.
I too have had the same experience as chilly_orange
You have no control over the process and it depends entirely on your client. The only way to influence the process is through good support and improvements on your item over time.
thank you for your answers guys, i think my megamenu has some unique features that dosn’t exist here. I can see that my megamenu is much better and unique than some approved megamenu in the wordpress category.
The items you are seeing that aren’t as good as yours, which is a subjective observation by the way, is because those were submitted before the saturation. You are simply late to the party.
To minimize your damages, you can try to move into under served categories by perhaps creating a larger item that uses your megamenu. Good luck
Hi, it’s already explained in the FAQ. Look up the following section: Is my license transferable
In each of the general use case where a license transfer takes place, your particular use case is not listed. This is because you’ve already transferred the license to a client. The chain ends there. The client in turn does not have the right to resell to someone else. It does not matter if you have the regular or the extended license.
In your case, there are 3 parties. YOU. Your client. Your clients client. No can do I’m afraid, but do contact support like GDragoN states. This is a legal matter and they are the only ones that can give you an authoritative answer.
Try to organize your content based on importance and how each item relates to the section before it.
I’d go for something like this : Home->Register->Schedule->Speakers->Pricing->FAQ->About->Partners->Contacts
Ask the user to register to the event. The whole point is to get people to register so this would be my main focus.
Then might want to shift focus to the schedule and head on to see who the speakers are. By now i’m curious about the pricing and i’ll probably have some questions so faq is my next stop and so forth. Who are these guys? OK, think i will contact them.
Well, that’s how my mind would work, could be different for others. Arrangement is rather subjective, but try to group similar items together and give some sense of organization. I think this is your main mistake.
If you want the meat and potatoes, read the knowledgebase on mozilla.org
SpaceStockFootage saidJust saw the above, which sums everything i wanted to say nicely in a few lines lol
The way I see it… if people know about Envato, then they’re unlikely to be using Google to search for items they need. They’ll visit whichever Envato marketplace corresponds to their needs and then search there. If people don’t know about Envato, then an advert that brings them here is going to open up a whole new world to them! They might land on your item, but then go off exploring this mystical new land with it’s plentiful bounty.
Think the better approach to ads would be to have people write and recommend your item or get your own blog, share the content on facebook, g+, twitter, product hunt, hacker news, stumble upon etc. When you have written content describing what your item can do and why someone should buy it, it won’t matter what they see, they’ve come to buy your item. It is also a good long term strategy.
I’m in full agreement here, but, I think Envato themselves should be the ones providing the tools to do this really.
Agree with OP and well said tommus! The best way is to implement this through Envato supplying a working solution instead of having every author come up with different solutions.
Went for early run today, bit slower 24:47, bit achy, it’s gonna be a long month lol Doubled up on socks and filled with talc powder to try and save from blisters, fingers crossed
haha nice matt! Get running socks. The material used on these and the stitches are top notch. Ordinary socks will just give you blisters and pain