Good laughs with suarez
These are available. IO extensions have gained a lot of popularity among startups. They are quite expensive though. If you decide to get one then go with gandi.net ; they have the cheapest prices (less than 50%) for .io domains and the service is great.
I like revise.io, it’s my favorite one from the compiled list above!
Good luck on your startup
If I cannot reproduce a problem, I tell the client it is an environment issue. I also include :
Please try to test on one of the default WordPress themes. Our plugin has been tested to work on WordPress with the default themes installed and no other plugins activated. It is simply not an economically viable option to test on every commercial theme or plugin available.
After verifying that it is working, test on your theme with plugins disabled. If working, proceed to enable one plugin at a time. If not working then it is a problem with your theme. If the theme is freely available let me know, I will be happy to test and fix any issues if the problem is with our plugin. If it is a plugin conflict and the plugin is freely available, contact me and I will be happy to fix any issues to resolve the conflict if the problem is with our plugin.
99% of the buyers are understanding. I don’t bother with the 1% that will insist I should do something. Important thing here is, it is a factor out of my control, I repeat the issue again to the customer in a much softer tone
Today I saw something strange in my WP demo website. A comment of one of my plugins. I never added an update alert function or auto comment and this one comes from a complete different website.
What is this ? Spam, virus ? http://www.cfconsultancy.nl/wp.jpg
Looks like a pingback. Got tons of those on our demo. I’ve had to disable notifications.
Played it brilliantly. It’s a tune that gets stuck in your head in a very pleasant way. Well done ^^
me gusta mucho!
Pricop saidI agree. It would be nice not having to find legal loopholes.
KingDog saidIf that’s the case, then the ToS should be updated immediately accordingly, because what’s saying in the Knowledge base is basically that you cannot sell it on another site, while what you’re saying is a whole different thing with way much more restrictions.
Simple answer is – If you’re an Exclusive author you can’t give your item away for free to anyone by any means. That includes other sites, your own site, email, by carrier pigeon or any other way So it would be a ‘no’ to each of your questions.
Agreed. Almost every point Firsh asked involves promoting our items outside the marketplace. The knowledge base you linked specifically states promoting items within the marketplace and hence there is some incongruence between what your saying and what the knowledge base outlines.
I am very interested in being able to promote my items outside the marketplace and sometimes this involves approaching bloggers and other influential people with a free copy. Please give us a final and definitive answer that perhaps links to an existing knowledge base or agreement we are obliged to respect because it is part of our exclusivity arrangement
Welcome Jess, good to have you with us
hi there loanis! Welcome aboard
Sales are back to normal this week. I think what’s happening is that people are just doing research and buying later. Explains the traffic with few sales anyway.
I know this does not help the others who are still having a hard time, still wanted to report back. Don’t want to be the guy that has something to say only when things are bad
It might turn out to be a good month after all, considering that it is holiday period, the world cup and the many new items approved daily, which means the customer is having a hard time deciding what to buy.