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We then sum up the firm buyer's fee to determine the list adress. In order to find out the amount you will be earning (before taxes) on the basis of the item prize you have chosen, you can use the utility provided via the How much of this will I be earning? icon on the page dedicated to uploading.
You do not need to specify an article cost when submitting a new article to PhotoDune. The pricing is defined by your "standard price", which you can specify on the settings page. It is not possible to modify this during the checkout but you can modify the prices for each article in your inventory after checkout.
Failure to specify your base pricing will result in your item being priced at a base of $5.00 for a full licence or $40. Writers may modify the prices of their articles at any times, up to and including temporarily changing prices advertised as sale/discount (subject to our guidelines on article advertising).
We then sum up the firm buyer's fee to determine the list adress. After the transmission changes in prices are immediately applied to the articles. Find out more about article assistance upgrade, enhancement, and renewal. Australia, like many others, has stringent pricing legislation. Specifically, it is forbidden to enter into any kind of agreements, understandings, or understandings between rival companies (e.g., two authors) as to the prices at which the work will be sold.
In addition, there are safeguards under consumers' laws against misleading/deceptive pricing and rebate practice. Breaches of the pricing policy notified to us may lead to your balance being blocked or terminated forever. Find out more about these important pricing questions here. Consider, for example, an writer who sells a Photoshop add-on.
Let us suppose the writer is an exlusive writer who made it to the bottom rate (12.5%). Here is how different pricing choices would affect you: Authors set the article prices to $1, they are quoted at $2, the author's prize is 87. 5 x $1 = $0. 88 (or you can think of it as 43. 75% of the entire listing price).
Authors set the article prices to $4, they are $5 and the author's prize is 87. 5 x $4 = $3. 50 (or you can think of it as 70% of the entire listing price). Authors set the article prices to $9, they are quoted at $10, the author's prize is 87.
5 x $9 = $7. 88 (or you can think of it as 78% of the entire listing price). Authors set the article prices to $19, they get $20 and the author's prize is $87. 5 x $19 = $16. 63 (or you can think of it as 83% of the entire listing price).