PhilLarson saidAh, wasnt sure how long it had been up. Just noticed it. Sorry!
Yes, cool feature. And – sorry bro – beat you to it: http://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/top-new-files/156102
Hahaha, nothing to be sorry about! It is a cool new feature we have been waiting on for a while!
Yes, cool feature. And – sorry bro – beat you to it:http://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/top-new-files/156102
Just noticed the “Top New Files” link under “All Items.”
Pretty cool new feature.
Check it out.
Hi guys. Helping out a new AJ author and sent them this link. I want to bump this and invite you to keep adding tips! Thanks!
Interesting finding that convinces me AdRev isn’t going anywhere for a while (and probably will become the industry standard): Inc.com ranked it the #2 fastest-growing private company within the media industry…for both 2013 and 2014.
Edit: I guess technically, it is AudioMicro – the company that started AdRev. But it is due to the launch of AdRev that the company saw such growth.
StudioMonkey saidAbsolutely agreed as well. I’ve refrained from contributing anything as I’m still learning about both sides and don’t want to congest this thread. But it is completely unprofessional to treat customers in that manner.
FreshEarsAudio said+10000000000. to any buyers reading and not posting here, we apologize for the loud amateur minority here who are embarrassing themselves and the rest of us.
I can see both sides of this argument but what concerns me more is some of the aggressive wording from a few of the AJ authors on a public forum towards one of our customers.
Ditto. Some of you authors have embarrassed me. Be better than that. You’re better than that. Be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry. It’s not only scripture, it’s professional and right because it treats people as people. When both sides are doing this, we can be constructive, insightful, and helpful. Why? Because we are caring for one another, developing relationship and seeking to be respectful through understanding. It doesn’t mean you have to agree with everything. But you can seek to understand why someone feels the way they feel. More often than not, people have good, honest, legitimate reasons. Trust in the good of humanity. It is worthy of our trust.