Vendors: Taxes

2020-09-25 |

When selling products via our website, it is your personal responsibility to disclose your earnings to your relevant tax authority and you must ensure that you are paying the correct amount of tax. This is particularly relevant for users who are operating as a business. Please see our terms of service for more information.

Vendor FAQs – Frequently Asked Questions

2020-06-30 |

How do I contact my customers regarding a product update? We will send out weekly emails of updated products. Please email us with a brief paragraph of the update details. How do I export my Cloth Weaver models for CG Wardrobe? Please refer to our documentation here or video tutorial How often do I get paid? We send payouts during the first seven (7) days of every month. How much do I get paid? Vendors who choose PayPal will receive a 80% commission on all products sold. Vendors who choose Crypto Currency will receive a 90% commission. How are refunds handled? If a customer requests a refund on your product, we will send the refund from our account. We will put a hold on your future payouts until that debt (refund) has been paid. When will my products be approved? We manually review all products that are submitted. Expect 3-5…    read more 

Vendors: Building your Store Front

2020-06-30 |

Add a Biography Adding a biography to your storefront can create more trust and overall appeal to your brand. The average is 5 sentences. Make use of Social Media Using social media platforms is a great way to keep your customers informed and engaged. Providing works-in-progress posts can build suspense to your newest release!

Vendors: How should I price my products?

2020-06-30 |

Here are some key points that may help in pricing your products. Remember to never sell yourself short. It might be tempting to dramatically lower your prices to increase sales. However, prices that are too low may be perceived as being cheap or low quality and could hurt your brand. Check other marketplaces for similar products. What is the quality of your product compared to others? Creating bundles/packs of the same type or similar items are a great way to increase sales. For example: 2 pillows $5 or 5 pillows for $10. Individual suit pieces: jacket, pants, or bundle. Lastly, put yourself in the consumer’s shoes. How much would you value your item and would you buy it?

Vendors: Tips for Creating Products

2020-05-24 |

The following are points to consider when choosing a product to list Items currently in demand Items that are complex or too tedious to create manually. (IE: Characters, Plugins/Tools, shaders/textures, etc.) Commons items needed for most projects. (IE: vegetation, nature items, urban assets, shoes, coats, suits, shaders/textures, etc.) Unique/Specific items (IE: Characters, Costumes, Items based on Country, Culture, Time Eras, etc.) Grab their attention with a thumbnail Your first impression is everything. Designing your product thumbnail to grab your viewers attention is crucial. Avoid overly complicated and busy thumbnails, as too much detail can confuse the viewer. This photo should tell the viewer exactly what your product is about. Image Gallery We recommend having multiple images to show off your product and increase trust with buyers. Screenshots are extremely valuable. Viewers can get a feel for what they will be working with. Final renders are good for showing the full…    read more