Why there is still no category POPULAR ITEMS in infographics?
Tell me, please, and how much to “Infographics” just did not show up top, and it still does not have? To get to the top is not easy, so it is very sad and hurting sales, which advances the authors thwarted due to the development of raw partition.
Sorry, I wasn’t 100% sure what you meant.
I’m very interested in the idea of a developer license. It’s one that authors have asked for a few times. We even used to have one, but it didn’t sell very well. That said, I think there may have been other issues that caused that one to fail. It’s something we’re taking a second look at. Thanks for your input!
By the way, I accidentally had them remove site templates. We’re bringing that one back too.
Based on a few recommendations I went through to verify that what’s in the main menu reflects what authors are authoring and buyers are buying. I noticed that animations and games are super hot right now so I moved them to the main menu. I also removed facebook themes as those are going down in popularity. We also moved Unity 3D to the front of the list because it was the category with the most growth over the last 6 months.
Hopefully this will bring some extra attention to your great files!
Though vectors was one of the most out of line, it certainly isn’t the only item type that needs a second look. I agree that addons probably needs a look.
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As you may have noticed, we just rolled out a small price increase on the GraphicRiver vectors category. Anything that was $4 or less got a $1 increase, while anything $5 and over got a $2 bump. Over the last few years, the quality of vectors on GraphicRiver has greatly improved, not to mention the selection. Authors are always evolving to better fit the customers’ needs. Despite the improvements, the average file price has stayed about the same.
We felt that this increase was the perfect balance between helping our authors earn more and still being a great value for buyers. When authors earn more, they’re able to spend more time creating great files, so it’s a win/win for everyone!