Who knows the stock market like the back of his hand? Who knows, will isolated happy smiling businessmen sell better than grunge backgrounds? Are there a huge need for beautiful wildlife shots? Or will photos of everyday items sell better? Will vectors or photo manipulations find their way onto the designers artboards? Whose words you'd need to pay more attention on Message Boards? Whose suggestions you can trust?It's time to reveal THE WINNERS of our dear admins and reviewers Stock Rank Game... continue reading
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Today, on Tuesday, February 8, 2011 at 00:00 GMT started the second half of Admins and Reviewers Contest. For today there have been 10 of 20 admins (50%) who have participated in the competition more or less. Within 6 months they have played 892 games, with total average percentage 72.42% (I didn't count 0-gamers). But the second half of the Contest has just begun and everyone has a chance to leave the arena with honor and glory in the end.Our top admins started with scores:1. Constantin -... continue reading
There are always contests for submitters and buyers. Now it's time to test out our dear admins and reviewers. We all love you, so you can be sure about 100% support from us in this.Here's a deal: The Game has proven to be a great tool in evaluating somebody's stock orientation. So I thought, it's time to test how stock oriented are our admins and reviewers. Who does it the best and whom should everyone else listen to in the office.And, here are the current results:1. Constantin - 85(... continue reading
If we submit images, inevitably we are going to get rejections. From these rejections we learn how to improve and our acceptance ratio over time, should start to increase. However, this process for many of us is a tough one, as there are numerous reasons for our images not to be accepted. For sure we often fail to understand or plainly disagree with why our images are rejected, but the reviewers review images day in, day out and generally know what they're doing, even though it doesn't always seem... continue reading
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