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Questions and Answers

Welcome to the FAQ haven. We know embarking on a branding journey can raise a million sparks of doubt, so dive in and explore the answers to commonly asked questions. Whether you're a newbie or a seasoned pro, there's always something new to discover.

01. What types of content can I sell on ArteGo?

ArteGo welcomes a wide range of creative content. As a Artego contributor, you can sell high-quality photographs, vectors, illustrations, mockups, and templates online. With millions of users downloading stock content from Artego daily, our platform offers the ideal marketplace to sell your images and designs.

02. How can I become a contributor to ArteGo?

If you're a new contributor, you need to upload exactly 10 assets in order to submit the images for revision. If you upload 9, the system will prevent you from clicking the button. Similarly, if you have more than 10 assets on the dashboard, even if you upload 30 and select 10, the button will remain inactive. If the images you submit do not meet our criteria, you have the option to make another attempt by uploading 10 additional images. In the event that we do not accept you as a contributor, you can try again in a month's time. Hence, it is crucial to send us your finest work in order to enhance your chances of being chosen as quickly as possible.

03. Where and how can I change JPG file?

A bitmap image is a file containing data that consists of a grid of pixels or colored dots. Decreasing the size of a bitmap image is possible without sacrificing quality, but enlarging the image will result in a loss of quality. To edit this type of resource, you will require editing software like Adobe Photoshop. However, there are numerous online editing software options available that allow you to manipulate a JPG file.

04. Where and how can I change vector art?

To edit a vector file, it is essential to have a vector editing software, with Adobe Illustrator being the widely accepted industry standard program. While there are other software options available, it's important to note that using alternative programs may result in errors when opening and editing the files, especially if certain features are not supported. For this reason, ArteGo recommends using Adobe Illustrator to ensure a smooth and optimal editing experience.

05. Where and how can I change PSD designs?

A PSD, or Photoshop Document, is a file format used in Adobe Photoshop for layered image editing. When it comes to editing a PSD resource, it is highly recommended to use the industry-standard software, which is Adobe Photoshop. However, there are alternative software options available as well. There are numerous tutorials and learning materials available online, including the Adobe website, that provide detailed information about the various features and capabilities of working with a PSD resource. These resources can guide you in creating and utilizing the multiple features offered by PSD files

06. What is the earning potential for contributors to ArteGo?

As a contributor on ArteGo, your earnings are determined by the number of downloads your published assets marked as Premium content receive. The payment you receive per download is calculated using the PPD model, which takes into account the net revenue obtained from subscribers. The final amount you receive will be influenced by your specific tax circumstances and will be calculated after the invoice is generated.

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