What is Envato Elements?
Envato Elements is a huge library of digital content at a surprisingly affordable cost. Subscribers get unlimited digital assets with generous commercial licenses. There are a few things to know before you purchase, so I’ll cover everything you need to know before signing up.View Envato Themes
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I’ve been using Envato Elements for my YouTube channel, blog and client projects for over two years now. Content creators, freelancers, designers or anyone promoting themselves or their business online could benefit from the service.
This Envato Elements review is an honest one. I give you the pros, the cons and what to be aware of if you’re on the fence about becoming a subscriber.
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How Much Does Envato Elements Cost?
Envato Elements is a subscription service and the amount of content we can use while subscribing is UNLIMITED! Individual plans are currently $33/month if we pay monthly. An annual plan brings this down to $16.50/month or about $200/year.
We can cancel anytime but once we stop subscribing, we are no longer licensed to use Envato downloads for NEW projects. Anything we created while we were a subscriber maintains its license forever.
General Restrictions on Envato Elements Assets
Before getting into specific questions about Envato Elements licensing, here’s what you should know in general.
Envato Elements wants to allow its subscribers to use their assets for as much as they can. However, they need to ensure that our use of the elements doesn’t make them easily available for non-subscribers to access and use.
Many of the restrictions of the Envato Elements license are reasonable to ensure the assets (created by individual contributors) are not re-sold or distributed. One of the reasons the term “Elements” is in the name is these assets are intended to be used as elements in unique final products created by subscribers.
The intention is not that we take an asset, slap it on a product and sell it without adding our own value to it.