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tacoMusic says

Great stuff, thanks Adrien, appreciate the assistance :)

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tacoMusic says

Thanks Phil. I came across a company with the same username, so sent the owner an email, but will try via Envato’s twitter account to see if I can get this sorted asap.

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tacoMusic says

The egg that rules them all:

It came before the chicken, but this fine specimen of an egg shaker that features in many a track of mine was purchased in Nepal when I was trekking back in 1999. Good times, good shakey eggy times.

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tacoMusic says

Hi guys,

Thanks for the responses – this was left as feedback on a rating, so I literally only have a link to their profile page, which doesn’t have a form via which I can email the customer.

Hope they don’t think I’m ignoring them!

Cheers,

Taco

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tacoMusic says

I just got feedback from my item Action Man Blockbuster Theme (I know, silly name!) from a customer, but their contact form is disabled. They explicitly asked me to contact them, so how can I go about doing that? Sent a note into Envato support as well, but as they told me this is urgent, I can’t really hang around for support to get back to me in a few days…

489 posts
  • Referred between 50 and 99 users
  • Bought between 1 and 9 items
  • Sold between 10 000 and 50 000 dollars
  • United Kingdom
  • Has been a member for 5-6 years
tacoMusic says
489 posts
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  • Bought between 1 and 9 items
  • Sold between 10 000 and 50 000 dollars
  • United Kingdom
  • Has been a member for 5-6 years
tacoMusic says

Thanks for the update Adrien – hope it eases the pressure off you guys too.

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tacoMusic says

Nice one Josh! You’ve been doing well here, like everyone says, well deserved as well. Hope things keep going up for you :)

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tacoMusic says

This is a pretty cool site I just came across:

http://www.patatap.com/

Start tapping your keys to hear the sounds, lots of fun!

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tacoMusic says

Do you think that if there are some items with 0 sales in your portfolio it will have a negative affect on buyers.

Well, think about it from your own buying habits – if an item has high sales and a lot of stars, would you want to buy that versus an item with 0 sales and no stars? Obviously it comes down to whether the track is right for the project, but I know my impulse would be to check out the more popular item and that it would (and has) influenced my purchasing habits. If people don’t find what they’re looking for in the search, then those types of factors become even more important in my opinion.

I think it’s human instinct. We get caught up in the emotion of others rather than just our own logical reasoning. That said, there will be some people on AJ who want a track that isn’t popular so that they have a certain amount of exclusivity in their production. However, I think they’re more the exception than the rule though.

I don’t think there’s a right or wrong answer Graham, everyone has different sales strategies, I’ve just shifted direction as it feels more ‘right’ to me.

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