Would be great if you guys would share your websites. I would really like to see how you organize your own websites and hear some experiences about how much traffic you direct from there to AudioJungle. I guess it helps a lot and it makes you look more professional, rather than with only a facebook page or something.
I hope it doesn’t count as self promotion if people would share this here. I’m working on my own site now and I would really love to have some inspiration from you guys. I don’t know but it seems that since I activated this website, my sales began to raise…
Thanks a lot
My web is www.royaltyfreak.com . It’s pretty new and I have to improve. I used a template from the last bundle
I think it’s harder to appear on a search page on AudioJungle than in a google search. I include a Spanish version so the target is bigger than in AudioJungle. I think it’s also important a youtube and/or vimeo account.
For example, few days ago I had 3 referral cut. Those sales and referrals not from AudioJungle, but from some external site, probably from my website, so I think it is important to have.
Hello. I think that website is very important and quite useful. I actually use most of the time my website as a hub where anyone can find my custom projects (portfolio) and links to my AudioJungle items aswell.http://www.patryk.scelina.com
I don’t think I can lecture you how to do it right, because I’m not sure if my site is properly made. I’ll be glad if you say what you think about it
Good luck with your website and let me know if you make some progress, I’ll be happy to look at it and write some comment.
I spend most of my time recording other artists, as well as mixing and mastering.
My website is www.electricloft.ca
- Won a Competition
- Was featured in a podcast
- Author had a File in an Envato Bundle
- Author has had an Item Featured
- Author had a Free File of the Month
- Grew a moustache for the Envato Movember competition
- Sold between 50 000 and 100 000 dollars
- Referred between 50 and 99 users