You might be confusing the four public collections that show up at the bottom of your profile with the custom html image links that authors have set up. These links are not part of the built-in AJ system but are basic html code that uses an image and creates a link to the different collections. This way you can link to as many collections as you want, you just have to code it yourself.
That’s awesome! Congrats on the mega achievement
I like these ideas a lot, Tim. Thanks for posting the suggestions.
Take the amount you would charge for a custom track, then subtract what you anticipate you will earn from the track on AudioJungle over the period of one or two years. This number represents the discount the customer can receive by allowing you to sell the track as stock.
Okay, that is a really excellent, fresh idea!
Congrats on the milestone, Luca!
Congrats and enjoy the goodies!
Had a very similar situation with YouTube. In an email regarding a complaint about another video, I referenced my own video as the legal version. The next response notified me that the content had been removed – both the illegal version and my own.
When you visited my video it said it was removed due to a copyright notice initiated by myself against myself. How dumb is that? I had to rescind the infringement against myself and the video came back to life a day later. What a headache!
My advice is to never refer to any link of your own in a copyright complaint with Google or YouTube. It will likely get the hook.
Thanks for the kind words, guys!
I was the recipient of some big promotional pushes last month. From the song contest, I was selected to be the featured author, and in addition my track was the featured item of the week. Plus, I benefitted from a popular YouTube video using my song, which brought in more than 10,000 new visits to my AJ profile. Those things really helped a ton.
It will be interesting to see what happens in November. I’m going to try, but I’m not sure I can keep up that pace.