before i post them here, can you let us know if you're still planning to make this lens? thanks!
I just wanna give everyone a heads up not to hide your seasonal products, I just sold a couple of these!
It's still there. It's a dropdown list under sort: newest.
Hope this helps!
|ruralfrance wrote: dreamNwish_Photo_Art wrote: the_art_shop wrote:
I was referring to: "The whole process of creating stuff for Zazzle is just getting too long winded, cumbersome and 'glitch' strewn".
I agree with you guys on that.
That's fine, but step back a minute and think "does that matter to Zazzle?"
I understand, but the point I was making is that it doesn't matter whether you quit or not. There are 'n' other zazzlers.
What you have to do is accept that it's frustrating, accept that individuals don't matter, accept (wrong or right) the glitches are there.
So, your "more time we spend on Zazzle, less chance we quit" really doesn't count.
I'm not disagreeing with you, just facing reality : ) Trust me, I've banged my head against a brick wall a few times : )
I know Zazzle doesn't care if an individual sk quits. For every sk there are ten others, right!
I'm just saying that from a business point of view, in my opinion it's not in Zazzle's best interest if everyone would quit after a couple of months.
Because it's the ones that stick around that start creating lenses, facebook pages, twitter, all this is free promotion for Zazzle. They're also the ones answering all the questions on the forum, which also saves Zazzle on a couple of fultime employee salaries.
It's also for the overall of a company much better to have as a majority a steady group of people working for them. The company will for instance be much more valuable if they're trying to sell it.
|ruralfrance wrote: the_art_shop wrote:
I doubt they'll be streamlining the whole process since the more time we spend on Zazzle, the less chance we're gonna quite
Every change on Zazzle takes more time, instead of less.
You're assuming that "we" have a value. Streamlining has nothing to do with us. The problem lies in keeping the customer happy. If searches deliver, the customer is happy. If quality is good, the customer is happy. That is where the energy should be diverted, and often misses the mark. "We" have no weight in this equation.
Sorry, I misunderstood. I was referring to: "The whole process of creating stuff for Zazzle is just getting too long winded, cumbersome and 'glitch' strewn" .