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Topic: James' announcement in News Forum 11/13/19 10:46 pm
FullyWildCards Posted: Sunday, November 17, 2019 10:58:32 PM
RoyK_is_a_She wrote:
ZingerBug wrote:


[quote=northwest4art]Zazzle should purchase and manage their image library if they're going to have a library.

Agree and/or an optional library where I may well be happy to add utilize elements at my choice AND agree to pay for them of my own free will.

If Zazzle did have their own library for which they were responsible, I would guarantee there would be no licensing leaks. Just like Icons, the terms would be airtight in their favor.



+1

Also, through artist application to participate.
Topic: James' announcement in News Forum 11/13/19 10:46 pm
FullyWildCards Posted: Sunday, November 17, 2019 10:58:32 PM
RoyK_is_a_She wrote:
ZingerBug wrote:


[quote=northwest4art]Zazzle should purchase and manage their image library if they're going to have a library.

Agree and/or an optional library where I may well be happy to add utilize elements at my choice AND agree to pay for them of my own free will.

If Zazzle did have their own library for which they were responsible, I would guarantee there would be no licensing leaks. Just like Icons, the terms would be airtight in their favor.



+1

Also, through artist application to participate.
Topic: Negative Consequences vs. Positive Actions
FullyWildCards Posted: Sunday, November 17, 2019 6:32:10 PM
Saints_Aplenty wrote:
+1 to all of the above, especially RoyK_is_a_Girl and WittyBetty's remarks!


+1

deemac1 wrote:
To me Zazzle used to be wonderful.

You put together your designs, published them and if someone liked them they bought them.

No Zrank, no hiding products, no having to have a math degree to figure why your royalty is less, no not showing all items in your store, no chat, no double talk in the TOS (I'm thankful to all that tried to make sense of them) and you understood exactly what it said.

Regardless of any changes they make I just don't trust them and I can't imagine wanting to sell under their business model anymore. There would have to be enormous changes. There are easier ways to make money without getting slapped in the face over and over.

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Math degree lol, I thought it was just me.

Might I add now having to re-apply for an ID to get credit for bring sales here.
Topic: Negative Consequences vs. Positive Actions
FullyWildCards Posted: Sunday, November 17, 2019 6:32:10 PM
Saints_Aplenty wrote:
+1 to all of the above, especially RoyK_is_a_Girl and WittyBetty's remarks!


+1

deemac1 wrote:
To me Zazzle used to be wonderful.

You put together your designs, published them and if someone liked them they bought them.

No Zrank, no hiding products, no having to have a math degree to figure why your royalty is less, no not showing all items in your store, no chat, no double talk in the TOS (I'm thankful to all that tried to make sense of them) and you understood exactly what it said.

Regardless of any changes they make I just don't trust them and I can't imagine wanting to sell under their business model anymore. There would have to be enormous changes. There are easier ways to make money without getting slapped in the face over and over.

d


Math degree lol, I thought it was just me.

Might I add now having to re-apply for an ID to get credit for bring sales here.
Topic: Request for Mass Update Customization OFF option w/out disturbing history & links
FullyWildCards Posted: Sunday, November 17, 2019 1:25:59 AM
AnnaRosaEnergyArtist wrote:
Many are rebuilding each product with customization off.
It will be tedious indeed.

I am thinking about all the broken links in Social Media and affiliate sites as well as the lost of the traction proven old and good selling products will lose.

Asking Zazzle to PLEASE set up a mass select in the back end and allow an update Customization option on our current products.




I have some questions though.

How is it that designers hurt Zazzle by hiding products? When Zazzle already hides products after 15 months (I think it is) of no views, as well as deletes or puts products into review area (like all stamps).

What about the products that are no longer on site? If I came here from a link to buy a drawstring bag ("Discontinued Product Line"), why would I stay on site, broken link or not?


I'm not remaking anything, yet. I'm hiding and figuring out what to do from the information we have as of today.

I still agree we need a bulk select to turn off customization, and some other options to clean up what we want to show and not.