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Oct 26, 2020 Oct 26, 2020

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HI. I've got "custom" sale of a photo at USD 0.33$.  "Custom" always were higher priced, when "subscription" licences.

Is it possible?

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Adobe Employee , Oct 26, 2020 Oct 26, 2020
"Custom" is an indication the customers was an Enterprise user. In many cases, these custom licenses do result in higher commissions than typical subscriptions. In some cases however, based on the price the customer is paying per download, it's the same as some subscription plans. -Mat 

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"Custom" is an indication the customers was an Enterprise user. In many cases, these custom licenses do result in higher commissions than typical subscriptions. In some cases however, based on the price the customer is paying per download, it's the same as some subscription plans.

 

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I got you. But for me it looks like a mess at the moment. I thought "custom" is a negotiated on IRREGULAR number of items basis plan and "subscription" is derived directly from a standard EARNINGS BREAKDOWN table. It is not like that anymore? Or I am wrong in my understanding?

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