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eXodos_Cacak says

How to be popular on audiojungle?

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StudioEtude says

work, work, work & luck ))

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adammonroe says

Throw a party and invite anyone!

Seriously:

write lots of high-quality music and hope that either customers or the site’s administrators notice. Alternately, you can try spamming your music all over the internet. That is comparable to what is done in mainstream music. Force it down people’s throats and they will buy it.

But there is no magic formula for success here. If there was, everyone would be doing it. Just a lot of hard work and a little bit of luck, like anything in life.

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joesacco says

work, work, work & luck ))

i would actually reverse that: luck, luck, luck & work ((

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StudioEtude says

and about good luck, maybe you’re right))

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SERFmusic says

How about work, luck, work? Because you can’t get lucky is your work sucks…or can you? hmmm…. okay just kidding. Just be good at what you do!

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vibecode says

Just stop the internal dialogue and be what you want ;)

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sebastian6 says

It’s a bit cliquish here, I think, in more ways than one. But one such element of it is that I notice people being featured on the “weekly features” repeatedly while others are never featured. Seems kind of lopsided to me.

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joesacco says

It’s a bit cliquish here, I think, in more ways than one. But one such element of it is that I notice people being featured on the “weekly features” repeatedly while others are never featured. Seems kind of lopsided to me.

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PrismicStudios says

Not luck at all. Talent, Savvy, Hard work, and PERSISTENCE . If you post kick ass music week after week it WILL sell. I mean, some people might think their song is kick ass, but then when you play it side by side with the top sellers, is it REALLY that great? I think the luck aspect is replaced by savvy at a certain point, and what i mean by savvy is the ability to think in other peoples shoes, to anticipate what people want to hear and put your own original spin on it. Luck is for people that don’t know what they are doing. It might be luck whether any ONE of your tracks hits or misses, but as a whole the luck fades into the background. Someone with talent, savvy, hardwork, and persistence will outsell others generally.

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