I see alot of people on forums sayin that they got rejected by reviewers for a reason copied from a form or a book. Is it too much to ask for a detailed description why that item was rejected? I think as well that person reviewing an item makes a subjective decision(most of the time). I dont want to discredit any reviewer cause they processed houndreds of items, but they r not Gods. They are getting money from Your creative work! IMHO they should at least give a detailed feedback…
So less subjective decisions, more detailed feedback.
If you want more detailed feedback all you have to do is ask via support.
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Thats fine. What do you think about envato beeing elitist stock? Submiting an item here is like playin a lottery. There are some items on the market that got approved and dont have one sale. So my question is: Why projects that are original, clean, simple are often gettin rejected?
I think is not elitism or lottery. Envato is a very competitive place with amazing designers, and your work requires a lot of quality, as they say “good enough is not enough”