How can I increase my chance of getting a pro seller badge?
Posted: Saturday, January 05, 2019 5:45:14 PM
Ok, so I've been quite looking forward to earning my pro seller badge as a little trophy for my effort. I hit $100 in earnings over a month ago, waited patiently for the algorithm to catch up, but no love on the badge.

I've thinned out older items that weren't engaging, tried to keep my store organized, reached a zrank of 6, and try to put out unique, appealing designs in both niche markets and general audience. I realize the pro badge is by invitation... is there a special spell I can invoke to become appealing to the zazzle powers? Smile
Posted: Saturday, January 05, 2019 5:51:57 PM
Aadam_Photography wrote:
Ok, so I've been quite looking forward to earning my pro seller badge as a little trophy for my effort. I hit $100 in earnings over a month ago, waited patiently for the algorithm to catch up, but no love on the badge.

I've thinned out older items that weren't engaging, tried to keep my store organized, reached a zrank of 6, and try to put out unique, appealing designs in both niche markets and general audience. I realize the pro badge is by invitation... is there a special spell I can invoke to become appealing to the zazzle powers? Smile


It is based on cleared lifetime earnings from the .com site. If that is what you have then perhaps you will be promoted next month. Click my Pro badge to read about the program and requirements.
Posted: Saturday, January 05, 2019 6:13:36 PM
Awesome! I shall continue to wait patiently yet excitedly.
Posted: Sunday, January 06, 2019 2:32:29 PM
As Gina said they only count from the .com site which means only United States sales count toward pro status. At least that is my understanding. I sell mostly to the UK and Australia it seems so it took me much longer to reach pro status since all those sales didn't count. I cleared considerably over the $100 mark but since most were out of the U.S. I just kept waiting.
Posted: Sunday, January 06, 2019 7:58:22 PM
natureinfocus wrote:
As Gina said they only count from the .com site which means only United States sales count toward pro status. At least that is my understanding. I sell mostly to the UK and Australia it seems so it took me much longer to reach pro status since all those sales didn't count. I cleared considerably over the $100 mark but since most were out of the U.S. I just kept waiting.


That happened to me too.
Posted: Saturday, January 12, 2019 9:34:30 AM
natureinfocus wrote:
As Gina said they only count from the .com site which means only United States sales count toward pro status. At least that is my understanding. I sell mostly to the UK and Australia it seems so it took me much longer to reach pro status since all those sales didn't count. I cleared considerably over the $100 mark but since most were out of the U.S. I just kept waiting.


Exactly. I have just under $100 cleared in USD. Waiting patiently for that to change to get my pro badge. I've been at this a year now. I have one sale that I just made that won't clear till next month, and that will put me over the $100 mark. I just have to wait.Smile
Posted: Monday, January 14, 2019 3:49:02 PM
natureinfocus wrote:
As Gina said they only count from the .com site which means only United States sales count toward pro status. At least that is my understanding. I sell mostly to the UK and Australia it seems so it took me much longer to reach pro status since all those sales didn't count. I cleared considerably over the $100 mark but since most were out of the U.S. I just kept waiting.


This. It's driving me mad, because if my sales weren't almost 100% from Australia and the UK, I would have a Bronze badge now. I guess it doesn't really matter in the scheme of things, but how come only .com counts? The other sites are real, too. Smile
Posted: Wednesday, January 16, 2019 9:16:27 PM
Sonya's Stuff wrote:
natureinfocus wrote:
As Gina said they only count from the .com site which means only United States sales count toward pro status. At least that is my understanding. I sell mostly to the UK and Australia it seems so it took me much longer to reach pro status since all those sales didn't count. I cleared considerably over the $100 mark but since most were out of the U.S. I just kept waiting.


This. It's driving me mad, because if my sales weren't almost 100% from Australia and the UK, I would have a Bronze badge now. I guess it doesn't really matter in the scheme of things, but how come only .com counts? The other sites are real, too. Smile


Yeah, it certainly doesn't seem fair, does it?
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