Mike -- Thank you. So much. I feel like I have a whole troop of guardian angels watching out for me. You folks are just rock solid.
I hope people do go read the blog now and again. I might be able to get some info out that each of you will be able to use sometime. Cancer isn't exactly rare these days.
I'll probably only be posting a couple of times a week as I fatigue really fast.
Thank every one of you who has donated time, money, talent, or even just well wishes. You have awakened me to emotions that I was unaware of until now.
Here's a tip that I've found while researching envato (Themeforest, etc...).
When you're selling a digital file, make sure you have a license that only allows the buyer to use the file/product one time.
This way you stand a better chance of buyers buying the same product multiple times and increasing sales without extra advertising.
It doesn't matter If you enforce the license, some folks won't pay attention to it and keep on using the original product multiple times. Not a problem.
What matters is, there's a lot of people that will follow the license agreement and keep buying the same product/file over and over for new projects. Go read the comments for the most popular Themeforest themes, a lot of those people are buying the same thing over and over. Same goes for other envato products, not just themes.
I understand this won't work in all situations but If you can figure out a way to rework your content/files for one time use it could potentially lead to higher customer value without any extra work.