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StudioEtude
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There is no bad genre to upload to. The front page exposure is absolutely meaningless. Most of the people who check out your tracks on the front page are not buyers, but other composers checking out your work.
+1, homepage exposure is much less important than most authors think.

+1+1=+2

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FxProSound
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There is no bad genre to upload to. The front page exposure is absolutely meaningless. Most of the people who check out your tracks on the front page are not buyers, but other composers checking out your work.
+1, homepage exposure is much less important than most authors think.
+1+1=+2

+1+1+1=+3 :) Holiday months are not so bad, tracks at your HDD won’t earn any $.

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DamianN
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There is no bad genre to upload to. The front page exposure is absolutely meaningless. Most of the people who check out your tracks on the front page are not buyers, but other composers checking out your work.
+1, homepage exposure is much less important than most authors think.
+1+1=+2
+1+1+1=+3 :) Holiday months are not so bad, tracks at your HDD won’t earn any $.

+1+1+1+1=+4… True FXP , MB and GC :) But… when buyers takes a look at the homepage and see an avatar of known and liked author, then will be happy to listen what he has made… Anyway you guys shouldn’t give special attention to the main page exposure …

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reubenchng
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I find that sales are pretty random. So don’t sweat it and just upload them. :D Then make more music.

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Blinn
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I would upload them now so that they’re always there in case someone does make a purchase. Otherwise, there’s no chance they’ll find it in the first place. I’m doing quite well myself because my sounds are always available.

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