That’s one hell of a clickthroughs, maybe you should work on your keywording and target audience. If you reach 10% conversion rate on that, that’ll still be lots of sales
Best of luck
soundengine saidBut according to your icon you refereed between 1 and 9 users, so how come?
My sales go on par with number of referral clickthroughs. January 20 clickthroughs 29 sales, february 59 clickthroughs 58 sales, march 65 clickthroughs 58 sales, this month yesterday 29 clickthroughs 29 sales, today 31 clickthroughs and 31 sales
Silly question, but what are the clickthroughs? I’ve only been a member for a couple of weeks but still have no sales. It’s getting mildly frustrating.
Referrals don’t always deposit, frequently i see people paying that extra 2$ so i figure some of them might be referrals. BTW i’m not suggesting that all my sales come from referrals. I think referral sales, native aj sales and videohive referrals complement each other.
But it’s worth noting that when my number of clickthroughs rise, my sales rise.
To be more specific, this month so far 11 of my total 34 sales paid that extra $2 and i had 1 deposit. So guys, youtube promotion is something to be considered in my opinion. There are tons of people looking for music on youtube.
When you read the comments on youtube videos you’ll see that a lot of people are asking “what’s this music?”. So why not give them what they are looking for?
But targeting is important. If your keywords are fl studio, tonehammer, etc. then all you attract will be musicians. You need to attract video producers. So, use it wisely.
My two cents
Thanks Soundengine and all the others !
It’s quite impressive what you have to say. Great click through rates and thanks also for your advice to use YouTube more wisely. I’ll try that also!
Cheers from sunny Hamburg!!! KA