Does the search algorithm also consider the description? Because it is quite normal to add maybe cross references to other track in the portfolio with completely different mood.
I mean: in a motivation track I write in the description: “listen to my portfolio, you will find some very depressive music, too”.
So… Is ” depressive” in the description searched for when I look for “depressive” in the search engine? If so, I get a motivational track instead!
But I also think that the seo is a well kept secret so is not easy to understand how it works!
what about this:http://audiojungle.net/item/your-project-will-be-a-success/2751331
hi! i visted Peru last year and we came back with plenty of muna tea. now we are finishing our supplies… and I cannot find it in italy! but we liked it so much that i’m looking for someone in Peru willing to ship us some box of muna tea and get paid by paypal for the service! thanks!
what a nice request!
you can check my motivational track with acustic “unusual” instruments such as balalaika, charango, chinese lute, mandolin… played live for a fresh and original sound!
Life is good This is more “traditional”, with no ethnic instruments
1 day right now! Super fast approval
great! let me know in the case you will use my track!
you can use any music from audiojungle (mine, in particular! ) in your templates for free. just make sure:
1) to use the watermarked audijoungle preview file
2) to inform audiojungle author about your work (so that he can promote your item in his pages)
3) to write audiojungle item link in your item description.
i also used the preview of some videohive items in my youtube channel: i changed the original music with mine, so that i can show how my music effectively work with some kind of templates.