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Microbius

« on: September 15, 2010, 03:49 »
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Is there any way to get a stats breakdown by month, I can only see how to get the breakdown by weeks, which obviously aren't going to coincide with the start and end of the month.
Seems a bit weird, don't most of us look at our earnings by month?


rubyroo

« Reply #1 on: September 15, 2010, 05:26 »
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Could I chip in a stats request here too?

I only realised this last month that the total sales figure isn't the cumulative total, but is fixed to a date range.  I only discovered that when mine suddenly dropped for no apparent reason, and (unless I'm missing something...) it seemed unnecessarily tedious to find the actual cumulative by using drop-down menus to expand the date range.

Could the rolling date range total be replaced with a cumulative total? 

« Reply #2 on: September 15, 2010, 06:42 »
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I would also like to see monthly earnings, and it would be very nice to be able to see current account balance too. (Now I have to put all my payments in an Excel spreadsheet to be able to figure out what my current account balance is. Not nice.

Nevertheless I think Veer is doing great for a "new" site. In the last two months I have made more at Veer than at DT!

« Reply #3 on: September 15, 2010, 06:44 »
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I received payout from Veer today,BUT something is wrong...
 >:(

My total royalties from beginning to 31th August is  167,25$ (Dash for Cash included).
From Non US sales is 34,90$ in that period...
So US sales are: 167,25$-34,90$=132,25$

I live in non treaty country so my tax have to be 30% on US sales...
So, 39,68$ is 30% from 132,25$ (US sales + Dash for Cash)
Calculation for payout is: 132,25$-39,68$= 92,57$ (US sales after tax) + 34,90$ (Non US sales)=127,47$

But I received 117,04$ on my Payoneer account...
167,25*0,30=50,18$ then 167,25$-50,18$=117,07$ (30% on whole amount of royalties)

Conclusion!

PROBABLY they calculate tax on whole amount like every sale was US sale... Dash for cash also belongs to US sales...
« Last Edit: September 15, 2010, 06:52 by borg »

« Reply #4 on: September 15, 2010, 07:28 »
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Is there any way to get a stats breakdown by month, I can only see how to get the breakdown by weeks, which obviously aren't going to coincide with the start and end of the month.
Seems a bit weird, don't most of us look at our earnings by month?

+1 on a request for a breakdown by month, please?

« Reply #5 on: September 15, 2010, 07:54 »
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And as long as we're making requests, can we please have someone who actually understands graphs do something about Veer's?  I'd describe what's wrong with the bar and line graphs, but it's easier to say what's right: not much.  Bars are in the wrong place, points on graphs don't go where the axes say they should go, it's a mess.

« Reply #6 on: September 15, 2010, 09:49 »
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I received payout from Veer today,BUT something is wrong...
 >:(

My total royalties from beginning to 31th August is  167,25$ (Dash for Cash included).
From Non US sales is 34,90$ in that period...
So US sales are: 167,25$-34,90$=132,25$

I live in non treaty country so my tax have to be 30% on US sales...
So, 39,68$ is 30% from 132,25$ (US sales + Dash for Cash)
Calculation for payout is: 132,25$-39,68$= 92,57$ (US sales after tax) + 34,90$ (Non US sales)=127,47$

But I received 117,04$ on my Payoneer account...
167,25*0,30=50,18$ then 167,25$-50,18$=117,07$ (30% on whole amount of royalties)

Conclusion!

PROBABLY they calculate tax on whole amount like every sale was US sale... Dash for cash also belongs to US sales...

Hi Borg -

Looks odd. If you haven't already - please email to [email protected] and Ryan can look into your account specifically.

Thanks,

 - Brian

« Reply #7 on: September 15, 2010, 09:50 »
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Is there any way to get a stats breakdown by month, I can only see how to get the breakdown by weeks, which obviously aren't going to coincide with the start and end of the month.
Seems a bit weird, don't most of us look at our earnings by month?

+1 on a request for a breakdown by month, please?

In the works

« Reply #8 on: September 15, 2010, 09:51 »
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And as long as we're making requests, can we please have someone who actually understands graphs do something about Veer's?  I'd describe what's wrong with the bar and line graphs, but it's easier to say what's right: not much.  Bars are in the wrong place, points on graphs don't go where the axes say they should go, it's a mess.

Point taken. Are you referring to the summary graphs above the fold, or below?
Thanks - working on improving this.

- Brian

« Reply #9 on: September 15, 2010, 09:51 »
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Is there any way to get a stats breakdown by month, I can only see how to get the breakdown by weeks, which obviously aren't going to coincide with the start and end of the month.
Seems a bit weird, don't most of us look at our earnings by month?

+1 on a request for a breakdown by month, please?

In the works

Thanks, Brian, that's terrific.

« Reply #10 on: September 15, 2010, 10:45 »
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And as long as we're making requests, can we please have someone who actually understands graphs do something about Veer's?  I'd describe what's wrong with the bar and line graphs, but it's easier to say what's right: not much.  Bars are in the wrong place, points on graphs don't go where the axes say they should go, it's a mess.

Point taken. Are you referring to the summary graphs above the fold, or below?
Thanks - working on improving this.

- Brian

The graphs below the fold are the major problem.  First, the Y axis is inconsistent.  On my Sales graph, the first mark goes from 0 to 1 (one sale), the second from 1 to 3 (two sales), and the third from 3 to 5 (two sales).  Second, the points don't match the Y axis.  The first, third, fourth, fifth and seventh points represent one sale each, but are at the .5 sale mark on the axis.  Similarly, the sixth point (five sales) is somewhere below the line, say around 4.5 on the Y axis.  And third, the points don't really make sense relative to the X axis.  My most recent sale occurred on 9/6, but from the graph it looks like it happened on 9/9 or 9/10.  I know that the points are an accumulation of a week's sales, but wouldn't it make more sense to have the points on the vertical lines rather than between them?

Regarding the graph above the fold, I can't tell from my current graph but I remember the bars showing up in the wrong places, with the sales bar for a given week offset a couple of positions from the views bar for that same week.  The location calculation is off.

« Reply #11 on: September 15, 2010, 10:52 »
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And as long as we're making requests, can we please have someone who actually understands graphs do something about Veer's?  I'd describe what's wrong with the bar and line graphs, but it's easier to say what's right: not much.  Bars are in the wrong place, points on graphs don't go where the axes say they should go, it's a mess.

Point taken. Are you referring to the summary graphs above the fold, or below?
Thanks - working on improving this.

- Brian

The graphs below the fold are the major problem.  First, the Y axis is inconsistent.  On my Sales graph, the first mark goes from 0 to 1 (one sale), the second from 1 to 3 (two sales), and the third from 3 to 5 (two sales).  Second, the points don't match the Y axis.  The first, third, fourth, fifth and seventh points represent one sale each, but are at the .5 sale mark on the axis.  Similarly, the sixth point (five sales) is somewhere below the line, say around 4.5 on the Y axis.  And third, the points don't really make sense relative to the X axis.  My most recent sale occurred on 9/6, but from the graph it looks like it happened on 9/9 or 9/10.  I know that the points are an accumulation of a week's sales, but wouldn't it make more sense to have the points on the vertical lines rather than between them?

Regarding the graph above the fold, I can't tell from my current graph but I remember the bars showing up in the wrong places, with the sales bar for a given week offset a couple of positions from the views bar for that same week.  The location calculation is off.

Big thanks for the detailed feedback on those graphs Disordely! I'm passing this note over to our dev team now.

 - Brian

rubyroo

« Reply #12 on: September 15, 2010, 17:28 »
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Not sure if it was an oversight (or if I just confused you... ) - but you didn't answer my question about the cumulative total.  Is it not possible to have this?   :'(

« Reply #13 on: September 15, 2010, 18:45 »
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Not sure if it was an oversight (or if I just confused you... ) - but you didn't answer my question about the cumulative total.  Is it not possible to have this?   :'(

Hi Rubyroo -

I did miss that question - yes, that will be fixed as well. Switching display to a lifetime total and unpaid accrued balance. No more rolling 1 year figure.
In a second release we will then be adding prior payment information directly on the stats page.

Best,

 - Brian

rubyroo

« Reply #14 on: September 15, 2010, 18:49 »
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Oh that's fabulous.  Thank you so much!  ;D


 

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