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« on: October 11, 2020, 01:15 »
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Cheking my mails from Adobe I find that the last mail I received about the bonus program 30 Mar 2020 informs that the new bonus program starts at February 2021.

I activated my old bonus program during September 2019.  So it ended this September and I have to pay until the new program starts at 2/2021? At least my old subscription was activated by Adobe and I was charged on Creative Cloud Photography with 20GB for October. 

Or am I missing something here? 


« Reply #1 on: October 11, 2020, 04:40 »
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The program is not on hold, but the deadline for it is February 2021. That's when the new codes will be given out and you have to pay for our Adobe softwear till then.

« Reply #2 on: October 11, 2020, 16:23 »
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Ok, thanks for the info.

« Reply #3 on: October 17, 2020, 08:56 »
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The program is not on hold, but the deadline for it is February 2021. That's when the new codes will be given out and you have to pay for our Adobe softwear till then.

Detail here : https://helpx.adobe.com/ca/stock/contributor/help/royalty-details.html
Before there was a minimum of 300 files uploaded and accepted by AS with an acceptance rate of 50% and more ... this seems to have disappeared for a minimum of 150 downloads. That's right?

« Reply #4 on: October 17, 2020, 12:52 »
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300 accepted files was too low, most everyone could get it, but 5000 downloads (even with video files counting as x8 ) is too much, especially in this year.

They should put minimum of 300 downloads for Single App and about 1500-2000 downloads for All Apps.

« Reply #5 on: October 18, 2020, 01:34 »
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300 accepted files was too low, most everyone could get it, but 5000 downloads (even with video files counting as x8 ) is too much, especially in this year.

They should put minimum of 300 downloads for Single App and about 1500-2000 downloads for All Apps.
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150 4,999 downloaded qualifying assets: Choose your one-year complimentary plan by selecting one of these options: Creative Cloud Photography (20GB), Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere Pro, or After Effects.

5,000+ downloaded qualifying assets: Receive one-year complimentary access to Creative Cloud All Apps.

150 downloads is probably easier to reach for most, than 300 accepted new files.

« Reply #6 on: October 18, 2020, 02:59 »
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Never activated Adobe bonus program.
Think i am to lazy for activating.

« Reply #7 on: October 19, 2020, 01:59 »
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300 accepted files was too low, most everyone could get it, but 5000 downloads (even with video files counting as x8 ) is too much, especially in this year.

They should put minimum of 300 downloads for Single App and about 1500-2000 downloads for All Apps.
It's
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150 4,999 downloaded qualifying assets: Choose your one-year complimentary plan by selecting one of these options: Creative Cloud Photography (20GB), Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere Pro, or After Effects.

5,000+ downloaded qualifying assets: Receive one-year complimentary access to Creative Cloud All Apps.

150 downloads is probably easier to reach for most, than 300 accepted new files.

I know, I said that 5000+ is too hard for almost everyone.

300 accepted files in a year is nothing.

« Reply #8 on: October 19, 2020, 08:30 »
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300 accepted files was too low, most everyone could get it, but 5000 downloads (even with video files counting as x8 ) is too much, especially in this year.

They should put minimum of 300 downloads for Single App and about 1500-2000 downloads for All Apps.
It's
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150 4,999 downloaded qualifying assets: Choose your one-year complimentary plan by selecting one of these options: Creative Cloud Photography (20GB), Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere Pro, or After Effects.
5,000+ downloaded qualifying assets: Receive one-year complimentary access to Creative Cloud All Apps.
150 downloads is probably easier to reach for most, than 300 accepted new files.

I know, I said that 5000+ is too hard for almost everyone.

300 accepted files in a year is nothing.

Where do you find information about the 300 uploaded files? did you click on the link above?

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« Reply #9 on: October 19, 2020, 10:05 »
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300 accepted files was too low, most everyone could get it, but 5000 downloads (even with video files counting as x8 ) is too much, especially in this year.

They should put minimum of 300 downloads for Single App and about 1500-2000 downloads for All Apps.
It's
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150 4,999 downloaded qualifying assets: Choose your one-year complimentary plan by selecting one of these options: Creative Cloud Photography (20GB), Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere Pro, or After Effects.
5,000+ downloaded qualifying assets: Receive one-year complimentary access to Creative Cloud All Apps.
150 downloads is probably easier to reach for most, than 300 accepted new files.

I know, I said that 5000+ is too hard for almost everyone.

300 accepted files in a year is nothing.

Where do you find information about the 300 uploaded files? did you click on the link above?

Bonus Program Link:

https://helpx.adobe.com/ca/stock/contributor/help/royalty-details.html#BonusProgram

150 downloads is nearly nothing and making 300 new acceptable downloads can be more difficult for some of us. I'm thinking that Adobe would rather reward sales than have a flood of Crapstock, from people who want 300 accepted uploads for the free software, and then they will go away for another year.

Downloads represent value assents, and income. Uploads represent storage space taken up, the database with unknown content that may never sell.

« Reply #10 on: October 20, 2020, 02:31 »
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300 accepted files was too low, most everyone could get it, but 5000 downloads (even with video files counting as x8 ) is too much, especially in this year.

They should put minimum of 300 downloads for Single App and about 1500-2000 downloads for All Apps.
It's
Quote
150 4,999 downloaded qualifying assets: Choose your one-year complimentary plan by selecting one of these options: Creative Cloud Photography (20GB), Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere Pro, or After Effects.
5,000+ downloaded qualifying assets: Receive one-year complimentary access to Creative Cloud All Apps.
150 downloads is probably easier to reach for most, than 300 accepted new files.

I know, I said that 5000+ is too hard for almost everyone.

300 accepted files in a year is nothing.

Where do you find information about the 300 uploaded files? did you click on the link above?

it was last year bonus program, I just compared it to new bonus.

As I said in my first post here, 300 accepted files was too low criteria, 150 sales is also lowish, but 5000 for all apps is to high.

In my opinion 300 sales for single app and about 2k-ish sales for all app would be much more balanced.



 

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