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Topic: Second Content
wollastonite Posted: Tuesday, January 14, 2020 6:36:21 PM
HightonRidley wrote:

That's not quite the same thing because you had already decided to have a meal - the 'sale' was already made.

A better comparison would be: You pause and look in the restaurant window - and the chef rushes out and says, if you buy a meal I'll give you a side dish that I'll pay for.
In that case, the side dish made the sale. That's the difference.


It's the restaurant manager who rushes out and says if you buy a meal, I'll give you a side dish that the chef will pay for.

The chef benefits from the sale that wouldn't have happened otherwise, but is left wondering why the side dish came out of their paycheck instead of the restaurant's budget.
Topic: Second Content
wollastonite Posted: Tuesday, January 14, 2020 6:36:21 PM
HightonRidley wrote:

That's not quite the same thing because you had already decided to have a meal - the 'sale' was already made.

A better comparison would be: You pause and look in the restaurant window - and the chef rushes out and says, if you buy a meal I'll give you a side dish that I'll pay for.
In that case, the side dish made the sale. That's the difference.


It's the restaurant manager who rushes out and says if you buy a meal, I'll give you a side dish that the chef will pay for.

The chef benefits from the sale that wouldn't have happened otherwise, but is left wondering why the side dish came out of their paycheck instead of the restaurant's budget.
Topic: Second Content
wollastonite Posted: Tuesday, January 14, 2020 6:36:21 PM
HightonRidley wrote:

That's not quite the same thing because you had already decided to have a meal - the 'sale' was already made.

A better comparison would be: You pause and look in the restaurant window - and the chef rushes out and says, if you buy a meal I'll give you a side dish that I'll pay for.
In that case, the side dish made the sale. That's the difference.


It's the restaurant manager who rushes out and says if you buy a meal, I'll give you a side dish that the chef will pay for.

The chef benefits from the sale that wouldn't have happened otherwise, but is left wondering why the side dish came out of their paycheck instead of the restaurant's budget.
Topic: Shared Royalty Structure
wollastonite Posted: Thursday, October 24, 2019 9:32:08 AM
James C wrote:

  • Doing a bit of quick math --> if 10% of your sold products have a 25% royalty share then all other things equal your earnings would be reduced by 2.5% worst case scenario. (25% x 10% = 2.5%)


  • If it won't happen often, and doesn't cost much, then the money should come out of Zazzle's share, not ours. It's only 2.5%, worst case.

    We're not involved in this, so we shouldn't be penalized for it.
    Topic: Shared Royalty Structure
    wollastonite Posted: Thursday, October 24, 2019 9:32:08 AM
    James C wrote:

  • Doing a bit of quick math --> if 10% of your sold products have a 25% royalty share then all other things equal your earnings would be reduced by 2.5% worst case scenario. (25% x 10% = 2.5%)


  • If it won't happen often, and doesn't cost much, then the money should come out of Zazzle's share, not ours. It's only 2.5%, worst case.

    We're not involved in this, so we shouldn't be penalized for it.