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TortoiseTree says

Hey guys, if you delete a song that has sold before, do you lose on your number of sales as the songs are no longer in the portfolio and the sales within the portfolio will no longer match the total sales figure on your profile?

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thesensercomplex says

Yes, they still count.

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Sergei_Kurek says

Lol… show me that person, who delete songs with not Zero sales :))))))

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ZtarrZound says

Lol… show me that person, who delete songs with not Zero sales :))))))
Getting a sweet offer to use a track exclusively elsewhere has happened plenty of times for the lucky ones ;).
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Sergei_Kurek says

Oh! you are right….interesting. I also had to delete one track month ago on that reason. But it had 0 sales.

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