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neyus says

Wouldn’t that be a neat idea. Though I personally would just really concentrate on your profile and find ways to get a lot of sells like crazy. Eventually you’ll have that kind of chance to fulfill.

But be smart about quitting your day job too!

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tacoMusic says

You could give up 9-5 if you were selling on themeforest.

But surely that would mean loads and loads of support questions right? I get the feeling TF authours spend hours and hours on support…would be interested to know

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TortoiseTree says

Wouldn’t that be a neat idea. Though I personally would just really concentrate on your profile and find ways to get a lot of sells like crazy. Eventually you’ll have that kind of chance to fulfill. But be smart about quitting your day job too!

+1

The ebb and flow of sales here is really unpredictable. You can have an insanely amazing month selling then WHAM! you can get hit with a dry period. The larger/stronger your portfolio the more you can protect yourself against this but to be honest you really can’t.

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