Hello. I’m a newbie here. It would be interesting to know who downloads our creations, and where they are used.
Glad to have you on Audio Jungle!
The best way to get buyers to let you know where they use your work is to include a text file in your main zip that thanks them for the purchase and then lists your e-mail or a contact asking them to send you a link once their project is done.
This is what I do, and the responses I get are great. I would say about 40% of people write me back with a link.
Though it would be awesome to see this on the audio jungle website (not sure if your asking that or not), I think it would be way too hard to implement, especially as links and locations change, and even if the system was here for that, the buyers still wouldn’t necessarily use it.
Looking forward to seeing some of you work!
Tim. Thank you very much for your advice. I still have much to learn a new one.
@timmcmorris – Great advice … didn’t think of adding a text file to my source files. Thank you for sharing!
@spakse – Welcome to the jungle and I’m sure you’ll be making some sales soon, be patient. Your ‘Recollection 01’ and ‘On the Move’ are well done.
@spakse – as unseenbattle said – welcome to the jungle!
@timmcmorris – hey, I actually never thought about adding notes to my zip package. thanks for the tip!
Hi there spakse, welcome to the jungle!
Tims tip is indeed a good advice. I include a readme.txt file too, saying thanks to the purchaser and letting him/her know that I would love to know what my music/audio was used for and ask them kindly to share a link to their project. Some people do write back.
Cheers and good luck with your sales!
@timmcmorris – Great advice … didn’t think of adding a text file to my source files. Thank you for sharing!Thank you for the evaluation.
@spakse – Welcome to the jungle and I’m sure you’ll be making some sales soon, be patient. Your ‘Recollection 01’ and ‘On the Move’ are well done.- John