I brought this up in the forums about 2 years ago and had no response… so good luck.
50% of the earnings go to the authors. So if the bundle is $25 and there is lets say 10,000 sales it would mean $125,000 is going to all the authors in the bundle. Then lets say your file costs $10 that would be about 1.75% to 2% depending how much over $500 the bundle is(since the bundle always is OVER $500 in the bundle). So that would be around $2500-$2125 in earnings. Obviously all this changes when you have a different price for your item and there are less(or more) sales of the bundle.
Ah geez, I actually just came back from a trip to California to both LA & SF. Don’t think I can pull off flying back to the west coast unfortunately.
Well I can for sure say that lowering the extended license price was a good choice to make. At first I thought it was a bad move… But I have even getting a handful of extended license sales over the past few weeks compared to maybe one every other month.
felt_tips said100% agree with this
I would also want to add my own serialization / licensing if I were to consider submitting scripts to Videohive.
No-one answered my point about licensing. For me, scripts are too time-consuming to create and too easy to pirate to publish anything without some level of licensing control. Would this be acceptable on Videohive?Also, how about offering a limited trial version of a script? “Buy before you try” is something that users are really not used to in the realm of software and plug-ins.
Nice! I’m pretty sure I have had 4 or 5 in a day a year or two ago and that was when the price was 10x! Unfortunately they had all been stock footage sales so the amount was not as much as it could have been.
This is kind of a ridiculous question. I’ll give you a simile:
You put your CD to sell in a store for a week… you go back and see you sold a few CD’s and ask the person in charge who bought the CD’s…. They either have no idea or get very lucky and he knows one or two people because he recognizes them.
So unless you get really lucky and someone recognizes your name or logo or someone JUST used it for a template it is very unlikely you will get anyone to respond.