Thanks for the clarification. It’s clear now.
I did it on all places
Hey all I follow your Facebook page and I Really like it. Actually you have an amazing Admin ” Calin”, He is really awesome, as He got back to me immediately and went above and beyond to help whatever I ask for. Thank you a lot
Hey rojdark! Thank you for your positive feedback. I’m happy I could help out
This is official ? Instagram.com/themeforest
Last usage – June 2013 Not sure, but please see my reply to Iman here.
I have a question because i’m not sure that i understands all this about this Social Channels ! How can be this participation useful for us? And i think that you should share more works from us that we aren’t so popular .
Great question! The current scope of our social media channels is to offer better visibility to great events, milestones, items and success that the community experiences. The easiest way to enable this, would be to follow the channels and bring these to our attention
Second benefit is exposure. We already share a lot of items from each marketplace, while keeping in mind that there needs to be a balance, at all times. We will be sharing more in the future, but again, we need to be made aware of awesome items that are submitted. If there’s one you’re particularly proud about, don’t hesitate to @mention us including a reason for why you think it should be featured (i.e: this is why my item is unique, amazing, to the moon and back great). This does not directly guarantee the item will be featured directly, but even so, I’d say it’s worth a shot, and at least it also shows up with everything else related to our channels
Following you guys on Twitter now @Patchesoft
Hey Patchesoft! Good to hear
Following you guys on facebook and twitter @celestialaeon
Enjoying the content mix so far?
You guys could make something likes “item of the day” on facebook. Each day one item would be nice for subscribers and authors
That’s a great idea! Question of the day for you: how would you balance 8 different types of items in a 7 day week? Also, I’m a bit concerned about reaching saturation point for promotional content in the process… which would negatively impact relevance
Liked your Facebook page a long time ago, I mostly like the interviews / success stories from Envato authors. Really inspiring and push myself.
I wish you could narrow the focus of social channels. Right now I see there are a lot of stuffs involved in just 1 channel.
Btw, are you planning to open the social account on Dribbble.com? I believe this channel is a quite logical for Envato items.Cheers,
Thanks for the feedback! The major challenge with these channels is exactly the one you’ve identified: balance. The same content that may seem relevant to some, is completely uninteresting to others, and as such, needs to be well balanced out with relevant content for them This is also the reason for which you see a lot of different content. It’s tricky, but one can’t sway into a too focused area without risking to affect the rest of the audience.
Regarding your question – no immediate plans, no. Also worth noting, Due to the nature of Dribbble, it doesn’t make much sense to treat it as a social network, when in fact, it’s meant for people to submit their own work in progress, through their own accounts. Hope this makes sense