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scottwills Envato team says
Is this rule work only on AudioJungle or its planned to accept it in any other envato sites?

Hey Kontramax, it applies to all marketplaces.

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Firsh says

You are better off viewing the html page source of your item. You can see the meta tag description. It seems like many (at least on other markets when there is more to write to an item) people don’t know that the first 200 characters of your item description will be used as the meta tag: description. Filling it out properly is probably MORE USEFUL than including a bunch of words separated by commas somewhere in the end of your description.. So please don’t write rubbish in the beginning of the item descriptions, rather use a very good concise description in which you can include the keywords as words in a real sentence!

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blazznet says

can we have any conformation that if amongst a file keywords you have “hit, panel, hammer” buyers searching FOR “HIT”, “person HITs PANELs”, “HAMMER HITs”, “someone HITting a board” will find the file?

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scottwills Envato team says
can we have any conformation that if amongst a file keywords you have “hit, panel, hammer” buyers searching FOR “HIT”, “person HITs PANELs”, “HAMMER HITs”, “someone HITting a board” will find the file?

Yes, that’s how most search engines generally work, but there are a whole bunch of other variables which can affect search results and the order in which results appear. Sales for example. If you have a specific example of a file that’s not appearing in the search results when you search on a keyword, please write to support@envato.com and we’ll take a look for you. :)

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EarArt says

It’s really useful to have a separate place for tags than the description.

If this is important, though, I think it should be stuck to the top of the forums.

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scottwills Envato team says
It’s really useful to have a separate place for tags than the description. If this is important, though, I think it should be stuck to the top of the forums.

It’s very important! Which is why we made the thread sticky for a month. That’s plenty of time to alert all authors. We also have it mentioned permanently on our upload instructions page. We also have a Visual Guide for new authors that includes the file description and tagging rule/preferences. Hope this helps! :)

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