Just remove the titles from the search engine algorithm. Make them be just what they need to be, an identity for our music tracks. Tags and description field are more than enough to optimize our item for the search engine. Additionally you could add a field where we could write a 2-3 tags that we think are the most relevant to our track, and that’s where I could write my ’’Sad Piano’’ or ’’Clapping Ukulele’’ LOL
I think your idea is great! I’m really bored of naming my tracks like “Happy Inspirational Motivational Happiness Uplifting Upbeat”. Original titles work not so good for my tracks.
Astronaut! Still a dream
That’s awesome! Congratulations!
16 hours for music pack
Here’s what it takes to be a Featured Author. Note, it could be ANY of the following, not ALL of the following:
- A high quality portfolio. A new author with just a handful of files is unlikely to be featured
- Has shown incredible consistency in quality throughout their portfolio
- Perhaps the author has had one or two recent “hits” – items that have sold well
- Consistent sales
- A growing portfolio of items
- Good community member
- Catches the eye (or ear!) of reviewers with something unique
- Has numerous items suitable to the week being featured (Halloween week, Christmas week etc…)
- We rarely feature authors twice but some of the very top authors have achieved this.
- There is obviously a large amount of luck involved in the Featured Author process: With SO many authors and SO many incredible tracks but with only 52 spots per year (once per week) it’s unfortunately impossible to feature every single author. But hey, we try.
All in all, good music and good community members do not go unnoticed.Hope this helps explain the process.