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thesensercomplex says

So I’ve hit my goal of having 100 tracks in my portfolio. Does anyone else have a marketing plan of a base volumes of tracks to maintain? I have tracks that don’t sell so the game plan now was to delete an old track after each new upload is approved.

I know that portfolio size is not necessarily a determination of sales, but it seems that to us newbies, volume is like spreading a larger web to catch more flies.

On another note, as of late (April, May, June), many of my older tracks with historically low hits/no sales, started selling. Anyone else been seeing this pattern? Cheers.

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MeGustaMusic says

As a newbie (started uploading in may) nothing of that happened to me

But the plan to erase older 0 selling tracks in order to upload new ones, seems good to me.

Let´s wait to see what experimented users have to say!

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GarryONeal says

Hi: With all due respect, that’s a crummy idea. My July is a perfect example of why. It has been as if someone has been going through my portfolio, purposely buying my least selling music. Things from my first year that had only sold once or twice. I’m dang glad those tracks are still there. Now, if you feel that you’ve grown since your early music—you’ve grown as a mixer and you’re not liking what you hear, that’s a different story. But if you still believe in those early tracks you can always remix and resubmit. (I just hit 100 in my portfolio and I plan on screwing off for the rest of the year. Anybody?)

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So I’ve hit my goal of having 100 tracks in my portfolio. Does anyone else have a marketing plan of a base volumes of tracks to maintain? I have tracks that don’t sell so the game plan now was to delete an old track after each new upload is approved.

I know that portfolio size is not necessarily a determination of sales, but it seems that to us newbies, volume is like spreading a larger web to catch more flies.

On another note, as of late (April, May, June), many of my older tracks with historically low hits/no sales, started selling. Anyone else been seeing this pattern? Cheers.
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thesensercomplex says

I certainly don’t plan on screwing around and not submitting anything else for the rest of the year. Like I said, an few old songs seems to be selling as of late, so it strikes me that all options are open. It was a goal to shoot for then decide from there. Some authors have said when a song doesn’t sell or not sell well after a period of time, they move it to another site to spread a track’s potential. If you don’t do it, great. A business game is always good to revisit every once in awhile.

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GarryONeal says
That was a joke.

I certainly don’t plan on screwing around and not submitting anything else for the rest of the year. Like I said, an few old songs seems to be selling as of late, so it strikes me that all options are open. It was a goal to shoot for then decide from there. Some authors have said when a song doesn’t sell or not sell well after a period of time, they move it to another site to spread a track’s potential. If you don’t do it, great. A business game is always good to revisit every once in awhile.
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Leon_Felekyan says

So I’ve hit my goal of having 100 tracks in my portfolio. Does anyone else have a marketing plan of a base volumes of tracks to maintain? I have tracks that don’t sell so the game plan now was to delete an old track after each new upload is approved.

I know that portfolio size is not necessarily a determination of sales, but it seems that to us newbies, volume is like spreading a larger web to catch more flies.

On another note, as of late (April, May, June), many of my older tracks with historically low hits/no sales, started selling. Anyone else been seeing this pattern? Cheers.

Hi, man! I see the same situation as yesterday, I sold the very first track of the boot which has been 0 sales for almost a year!

100 tracks are cool! We have an equal Number of :)

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thesensercomplex says

Been following you from the start, Leon. Love your work. Congratulations on hitting your 100th millstone. For whatever reason, I thought having 100 tracks was a good base for a ‘diverse’ enough portfolio. From there I could bounce off and continue to grow, but still maintain a somewhat solid collection. I certainly do believe my problem is that I write what I write, and not necessarily produce for the ‘commercial’ niche, hence probably affecting my sales to whatever degree. I’m OK with that if some tracks do sell, and Audio Jungle continues to accept my work. Probably good too that I do not rely on Royalty-Free music for a living :) I wish you continued success, Leon, which I see you’re doing very well. Cheers.

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gbiasillo says

Congrats man! I wish you many more!

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