I agree that the price/quality relation has a very big appeal for must of the AJ customers.
Nevertheless a minimum increase in the prices wouldn’t hurt anyone. I got a call from a client this week telling me he couldn’t believe that the main song for his big advertising campaign cost just 40 bucks! My point is that even the clients realize prices in AJ are way too low.
Congratulations guys! Keep the good work coming!
Happy holidays from here too!!!! I wish you a wonderful 2013 full of good things and sales!!
Happy Holidays for you too!! Thanks for all your work and dedication Envato Team!
I wish world peace. Not just at Nations’ level, but at a personal level too.
Hey Envato!!! This is all I want for Christmas!!!!!!!!
..... 1) Search Engine
2) Licensing (The whole VideoHive issue, more options for ‘broadcast rates’, options for bundle purchasing)
3) Shopping Cart
4) HTML 5 Audio Preview
5) Rating system makes no sense for AudioJungle. Buyers can preview and even download the entire audio file(s) before purchasing.
6) The similar items feature is still exploitable, and it can still link out to multiple other tracks by the same author when we were told that that would be fixed, or looked into.
7) Pricing. AudioJungles production value keeps going up and up and up and up and up and up. Uploads sound much better than they did even 6 months ago, yet the prices haven’t changed in … 2? years. Not even keeping up with inflation.
Happy bday Phil.. Thanks for the story.. It was great to read that.. You made me think..