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2. Use them in materials-for-kid. Why? Because they’re not old enough to know what the hell is called “Comic Sans” ; and they surely can’t hate Comic Sans when they are still learning to spell the single letter. Of course there must be some situations when the kids grow up and become a designer, he will have the bad impression about this font as he had to see it since he was a kid.
And you think this font is better than the Original Comic Sans???
no no, I just showed to add some fun. Both can be going well with different cases.
Regarding those much of hatred on comic sans, I guess it should happening when people started using it on huge paragraphs where readability should be given priority than other things.
See the time stamp of both the above posts and
probably this should be really chuck norris
Even selling my deodorant here would reduce traffic. Haha. So, uh.. sorry about that.
LOL , are you going to sell YOUR deodorant, why?
I don’t think the buyers are so stupid to search for a xml template and end buying some dog jumping around.
haha, true. Except the idea of linking Flash templates as one of the TF category, most of the suggestions here will actually reduce AD’s traffic.
A lot of people compare TF top authors for the month sales with AD and think TF is doing better because sales are higher. But keep in mind AD has double the amount of authors, so therefore more competition and sales are going to be dispersed more. 2 years ago authors on AD were getting around 1400 sales a month, whereas now TF authors are just now under 1000.. TF’s peak was about 1300 a month, so you can see TF is following the same trend as AD. I do think TF is growing faster, but remember AD started from nothing so it would’ve taken longer. TF just piggy backed of AD’s success. In a year or two we’ll see TF authors complaining about sales like we are on AD once market saturation kicks in. Envanto needs to figure out how to maximise exposure and sales once the site grows bigger. Also maybe it’s time to do the big marketplace clean up of dead files. I don’t think there is anything special going on with TF – sure they have rollover previews but it’s just that they mostly sell full website templates, and if AD just had site templates, that would be less competition, more exposure and then AD would do very well. We kinda comparing apples and oranges here.
+1 That’s the reality.
And HTML related stuff always going to dominate Flash demands. So it is unnecessary to compare AD with TF to complain different levels of Advertising made for both.