These are the new Item Promotion Guidelines
And there you find:So, as long as they get their money they seem to be fine with it. And it looks like licenses are transferrable then.
Can External Blogs Purchase My Item and Run a Promotion to Give the Item Away as a Prize?Yes! We allow you and external blogs to help promote your item(s) in this way but only when the item is purchased by the third party. i.e. You cannot give the item away for free for the promotion, the third party must purchase a license to use it and subsequently give it away as a prize. The external blog(s) must only give away the number of items they have bought. So for example, if the blog wanted to give away 3 copies of your item, they would need to purchase 3 copies/licenses of the item. The partner(s) you are working with should also always reference where someone can buy the original item on Envato Market.
hmm, so one can purchase my item and give it for free to someone else?
but I, the creator of my item! I can’t purchase it and give it away for free?
First of all, ten days ago I found great tutorial, here it is: https://vimeo.com/104932332
How do you think guys, am I able to build a template that would be a 100% copy of this tutorial?
I think it’s a super kick-ass idea!!!
sorry to break out your optimism I already have three 100% clone templates in the queue based on that awesome tutorial.
Are those support forum to external website links allowed in the item description area or not? .
Travis has already answered that, Doru: It’s allowed.doru said
Are links to my personal website in the item description allowed or not? I need clear answers about this questions.
No. It clearly states so in the Item Promotion Guidelines article:
“Do promote your personal web site(s) from your profile page, but not from your item pages.”doru saidYou’re welcome!
ok, that is perfect but this rule is absurd as by using logic we find out that forums are hosted on author website and some time that website is a competing marketplaces with envato market
You see that’s the problem of both Android and Apple fanboys (I hope you’re not one of them). By writing that product is “dumb” you’re offending the product users. IMO that’s not nice.
this needs an explanation
we start by saying I’m not an android fan, I need to use this operating system because that is available on a system that have certain characteristics I like. Android would had been a very powerful OS if google would not had dumbed down linux and cut user access from the operating system. For who don’t know android is build upon a linux kernel.
Actually, you can just install linux on your phone and you can get out of this OS prison. I will do as soon I will have some free time
Off course there are android fanboys that will fight to the death defending their OS but what I’m referring to is the hardware, a missing memory slot is a hardware thing.
But the biggest problem with your reply is that you may feel offended that I’m telling you apple hardware is not on par with the competition. Think about it. From what I know You didn’t participate in the hardware design of the phone, they didn’t call you to give approval over this and that feature, you have nothing to do with apple except buying a product or more from them. You are not dumb because they manage to convince you with cleaver tactics in giving them your money. Is not your fault.
They even succeeded in making you feel bad if someone criticize THEIR product How great is that?
So if someone feel insulted because I criticize a piece of hardware that they have no connection whatsoever should maybe stop and think about this absurdity.
I think the reviewer reffered to lack of motion in foreground (like some ship passing or whatever)
I work with videos, you have no idea how quick you get out of space
To be honest, I don’t .. I am using my Canon 70D for videos – It wasn’t made by Apple so it has that holy SD-card slot XDVideos on my phone are pretty much never anything else but shorts – Which I guess the phone camera was made for
no, what I’m trying to say is that I’m using the phone as an extension of my computer to carry around stuff for my work.