I was just wondering if i ever wanted so sell a physically printed product from my website which used graphics i sell on Graphicriver / Photodune etc could i still keep the Selling Exclusively status?
On the Knowledgebase it says this -
“As an Author on the Envato Marketplaces you are eligible to receive between 50% and 70% of every sale should you choose to sell only items that are not sold elsewhere. Being an exclusive author simply means that any items you sell on an Envato Marketplace are unique to our libraries.”
But is that regarding digital items only? If it was a graphic printed on a T-shirt for example that is not really competition to Envato. In my opinion people should be able to do this and keep Selling Exclusively and figured i should ask since i cannot find this information anywhere.
Hmmm, Interesting questions.
I think since you are selling a T-Shirt which is not for sell on Envato marketplace because nothing is physical in here so you should have no problem doing so.
I have flagged it for staff reply.
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That question just came up recently http://videohive.net/forums/thread/can-i-use-my-own-items-on-tshirts-for-sale-at-pod-sites/74870
Hope that helps.
Yes that helps a lot thanks, seems it should be ok then if i ever choose to do this.