Here are some tips: With any shop whether it be a brick and mortar traditional shop or online shop like ours, you need Quantity and Quality items. Increasing the Quantity will improve the possibility of buyers finding your items, while Increasing Quality will increase the possibility of your items being sold. The two works together.
1. Upload more items to your portfolio:2. Try creating items like flyers, facebook covers, web mock-ups, Stationery Mock-ups, web elements etc, etc . these items sell very fast (within each category you can seek out themes that are not being covered. 3.Market your items Use the Pintrest, Facebook, Google Plus, Twitter buttons on your Item page. You can also promote your items on DeviantArt, Dribbble, PSDBucket, Photoshoppers, FinePixels and Loviv.
Note:Marketing is extremely essential to increased earnings
Congrats, keep up the great work
I would change my password, just to be sure.
I have two items soft rejected that I haven’t been bothered to change. For about 4 months. So I assume there is no limit on the amount of time you have to adjust the file.
4 Months!! WOW !! That sounds like lost earnings to me. I usually fix my soft rejects right away, so they can be released and start earning me some money. If not… they will sit there until you fix the issues with each one.
WOW Nice type, wish I knew the name too, maybe you should ask the author on Flickr.
Ok guys, Idont know what’s going on, but i was hunting for one of my item and even i found links, seems like something is happening. I mean positively . After i clicked on those links, i’w got this:
After i clicked, i found nothing.
This occurs with Giraffe sites that are trying to block Google from sending people to their sites, that is why it says “Referer was blocked:” The Referer is Google. If you refresh your browser a couple times, the page will eventually lead you to the Giraffe site, DO NOT click “Please click here” link.
just one more question.
i presume google will remove that content from its search but it will still remain in other search engines, no?
so is the only real way to remove content to email sharing sites where users can download the content with DMCA notice?thanks
Other search engines will not be affected, but since Google is the most used and most popular it is the best one to concentrate on at this moment, because it does affect the sites in some way.
Google does request removal of items from giraffe websites and some of them do remove the items, so that their pages continue to be indexed by Google, but some of the Giraffes do not care about Google’s indexing, so they do not remove items when requested. Items that are on Blogger sites are sent to another department and are removed. Repeat offenders get their websites shut down, so that is a good thing! I have seen that happen to many Blogger websites
I prefer to use the Google tool because, even when I send direct DMCA Notices to some of the giraffe sites, they totally ignore the request, with a letter from Google some Giraffes remove my stuff and for those who don’t, no indexing for them and my item links move up on the Google page, sometimes back to first place.
Note: There is still no perfect solution, these sites spread like a wild fire, as soon as one goes down, like five more appears.