This is excellent gives us authors some direction on what is missing in the marketplace.
Yes to all, HAPPY EASTER , keep safe
I couldn’t agree with you more, I myself come from a print background and I would never or know anyone that works in print, to do finished art for a brochure or stationery in photoshop, yes, we do elements in photoshop etc. but not the finished art.
On Graphic River, I myself have done finished art in photoshop only because a lot of people request it and it sells better this is unfortunate.
The ideal programs are the ones you specified and also INDESIGN . I would like to see a 24 page brochure in photoshop, scary.
Fantastic! you are a star, congratulations
Love the idea, it is like recycling in the digital world. I do hope the quality stays high.
Good on you Harvey and to all the runners up!
If you have a big budget and don’t mind the gamble then go for it, but if like me your self funded and freelance try SEO first.
In my opinion i think you should start from the hardest but stable way – doing SEO . You won´t see immediate results but in medium/long term you will have high ranks on Google, Yahoo, Bing … But, obviously for that you should do the things in the right way, as use the right Meta Descriptions/Keywords and a lot of other things.
If you want have immediate results or promote a Limited Special Promotion or Event then SEM could be a nice option… but for that you need to have a nice budget and you need to bet in the best keywords.
Sometimes this could be really difficult.I hope i could help .
Yes your comment does help and thank you, I will look into this for sure… Cheers Peter
Thanks Ravenwill, a good answer, that helps with my question.
Just wondering if anyone here has any experience with Google Adwords e.g. is it worth investing in Google Adwords or better advertising elsewhere. Good and bad experiences welcome.
Do old files with no sales get deleted from the marketplace?