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Topic: *** Don't Wait Too Long - PSA ***
RGebbiePhoto Posted: Wednesday, November 06, 2019 12:19:15 PM
Shelli Fitzpatrick wrote:
Anderson_Designs wrote:
I've determined that it isn't worth my time to change royalties product by product so I'm just going to set everything to 20% and leave it.


this is what I decided to do as well. 20% across the board. hopefully if I am still here it won't price me out of the MP.


I've been at 30+% for years.

You'll see, it's much nicer on the dark side Grin Grin
Topic: *** Don't Wait Too Long - PSA ***
RGebbiePhoto Posted: Wednesday, November 06, 2019 12:19:15 PM
Shelli Fitzpatrick wrote:
Anderson_Designs wrote:
I've determined that it isn't worth my time to change royalties product by product so I'm just going to set everything to 20% and leave it.


this is what I decided to do as well. 20% across the board. hopefully if I am still here it won't price me out of the MP.


I've been at 30+% for years.

You'll see, it's much nicer on the dark side Grin Grin
Topic: So there is no point in promoting anyone at this time?
RGebbiePhoto Posted: Saturday, November 02, 2019 12:42:45 PM
marbeth, you talked in another post about hurting designers.

Posts with titles like this are discouraging to current promoters.

I am, fortunately, still being promoted out. But enough people read this post, I'm afraid that will stop.

Just saying.
Topic: So there is no point in promoting anyone at this time?
RGebbiePhoto Posted: Saturday, November 02, 2019 12:42:45 PM
marbeth, you talked in another post about hurting designers.

Posts with titles like this are discouraging to current promoters.

I am, fortunately, still being promoted out. But enough people read this post, I'm afraid that will stop.

Just saying.
Topic: Shared Royalty Structure
RGebbiePhoto Posted: Friday, October 25, 2019 7:10:29 AM
Can I take a moment to interject this?

When they reduced the minimum royalty to 5%, and said "double the minimum royalty", the 10% or 15% question came up.

We were assured that even though the minimum went down, the fee would remain at 15%.

(Can't find the forum post to link, if someone remembers it, please share)

If this is not the case any longer, it needs to be cleared up.

(This has never been an issue for us, our royalty has always been above that line, but there are a LOT of people that are popped at that, so it might be a good issue to address.)

Thanks.