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joiaco says

What do GR Authors do with their rejected items? What is the simplest way to give away freebies? (As you can guess, i am building up a little library of ‘unacceptable’ items!)

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ShermanJackson says

I ignore my rejected items, I would love to give them away but that won’t happen till I have a personal website set up.

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quickandeasy Moderator says

can always give them away on my site :grin:

or

deviantart, freebiepixels, etc

Use your rejected items as promotion :)

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Gembell says

Yeah I also share for free a rejected item on my web . . .

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canimalition says

No, never share my rejected items, always improve it.

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NeWave says

Sharing it for free is one option, another one is to sit on it. eventually you will forget about it and one day you will look at it with a new pair of eyes and figure out way to improve it instantly or implement something from it to something you are working at the moment. :)

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eka says

I never try to improve them only once I did when rejection was very soft. Few items I sent to the another place where they were accepted so I think GR has high standards which is good. But on general I never look them again.:)

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Shellbot says

I put up a rejected item on Creattica as a freebie to drive traffic to a new blog I’d set up. Worked a treat :)

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Sleightofhand says

I put them on the naughty step :bigwink:

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joiaco says

Thanks for the offers and suggestions. My naughty step is nearly bigger than i can climb so i will make a decision soon.

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