guitarjock saidThere is a lot of ways to solve this problem. They could create a VIP segment of composers/arrangers/musicians..let’s say 20 of them and take a special additional fee from customers who want to buy VIP tracks. Let’s say they could create two more segments for beginners and for medium authors. And if customer want to buy something from these 2 segments he gets only random tracks without SALE stats.
The only problem is, they would be risking losing the already steady income from the items with high sales. It may be too much of a risk for them to take.
It’s not difficult to imagine that the authors from these 2 segments will get more sales depending on the quality of their creative. And of course any talented medium author can reach VIP segment some day..
I’m sure there are lots of other ways to organize the marketplace in much fair way. The only question is – do the AJ staff care about beginners and medium authors ?
Registered in July 2012. Uploaded a couple of tracks and had 2 sales soon after that (2 or 3 days) and no any more sale since then.. I suppose newcomers have very low chances to sell many items because the customers search from top 50 or even 20 authors..
AudioJungle is a marketplace right ?
Well, when you go to the big market to buy some potatoes and tomatoes you don’t see how many SALES have the SELLERS already made. Well you don’t make your decisions to buy depending on SELLERS ’ SALES . Am I right?
Suppose all the sellers sell their products with same prices.
Moreover, you don’t buy the products from first 10 sellers you see on your way to the market. You are just roaming exploring the products…their size, type, color, maybe country of origin and etc..
What I mean is that I agree to some mention above. There shouldn’t be the TOP sellers and TOP items at all. Sales’ stats should be accessed only by the author… As soon as the incoming tunes are being approved by reviewers… I suppose it’d be better to allow customers choose the music on random basis. Customer enters the tags and he gets let’s say 20 random tunes according to these tags. If he needs more to review he presses a button and gets 20 more random tunes on these tags.. I guess it’s fair. IMHO
Great music! This positive chord sequence reminds me of very beautiful song “Wherever You Go” by Bryan Adams I think people love it subconsciously when they hear something similar.