If i didn’t know any better, I would have thought those were life size rooms. Nice pics.
Great observation Phil. I like how you are keeping up with sales…smart. (I’ve had my eye on yours as well lol). I’ve been trying to keep up with you since I joined and the amount of your sales have increased as well
And great job to all you audio jungle authors who work hard and diligently!
I just noticed today that I received a 2-star rating for one of my tracks. My question is—why? and why buy when you can preview exactly what you are getting? There’s no explanation as to why the tracks are rated that way. Doesn’t make sense
Hello, does anyone knows where to get sound track from the video in the url bellow. http://thelayoutlab.com/web-ui-kit/ Thanks
I do not but maybe try this alternative if interested:http://audiojungle.net/item/my-morning-cup-of-joe/2631096
What’s up!? Glad you could join us.
Fantastic Allegro. What an awesome feeling it must be! Keep paving the way for those behind you.
any piece, simply music with soul…
Agreed 100% ...She’s Amazing
It’s a phenomenon that I’ve come up against as well – drops in sales really seem sporadic and unpredictable. The introduction of the similar items (from other authors) on your page that AJ introduced last month helped initially, but then I guess they tweaked their algorithm and sales stopped straight away after picking up nicely.
The way AJ works with regard to keeping older tracks selling has been discussed in another thread a lot. The similar items feature seemed like a step in the right direction, but from my experience it’s not helping anymore, so either that’s because it’s the end of Summer or the algorithm changed making it less useful.
The longer term hope is that the much awaited advanced search will help older tracks thrive a bit more, but of things are still too difficult to find when that comes out, then the best sellers will continue to be the first choice for most people as I expect no one will waste time tryin to find other people’s tracks if they’re on a time limit / lack patience (which is most people).
Anyway, to answer your question, it’s very weird your sales have dropped suddenly after a withdrawal (unless there’s some ‘penalty’ involved in withdrawals from AJ accounts! Conspiracy theory here we come). What are you doing to promote your work outside of AJ? I assume you’ve gone the Twitter, FaceBook etc route and have a website set up?
Do you cold call / email companies you think may be interested? My biggest dilemma is that it takes loads of time to market my tracks while also making new ones. Some people are lucky and do nothing to market their work (or write in such a way that it markets itself well as it hits demand spot on), but I wouldn’t rely on AJ’s system to keep you selling consistently as uploaded tracks tend to archive and disappear with the current set up (unlike other libraries).
Have you tried Google Ads? I’ve heard of some positive results from that once you identify some strong keywords…Taco
I thought I was the only that had a major drop in sales after the new “similar items” feature was introduced! I’m in no way complaining by the way But my page visits have dropped as well as my consistency of sales from my first two months on AJ.
Thanks for the love everyone. Its always very encouraging and motivating!