I would definitely contact the buyer. Perhaps by contacting them, you could work something out that results in the rating being changed to 5.
What I would NOT do is send a file to the buyer. They got what they paid for and they knew that when they bought it.
Another approach would be to add a version with no risers to the track. But I would contact the buyer before I did anything. It’s better than letting that rating sit there. but what until you can avoid being angry, as justified as it may be.
Is there an option to create sub-categories in the corporate music section to make the search a little easier?
Perhaps the problem is that you are limiting yourself to the Corporate music category.
There are plenty of tracks that are appropriate for a corporate project in other categories. Pop comes to mind. I find a lot of my Children’s tracks in corporate projects. Rock can work as well.
Maybe you just need to search based on the characteristics of the sound you desire. Ignore tha category. It might get you something fresh.
Hope this helps!
Here’s my best seller. Hope this works for you!http://audiojungle.net/item/african-tribal-battle-drums/4449896
Best regards, Michael
After an abysmal June, things are returning to normal here. Much better this month. Now to go crank out some new stuff.
Good luck to all.
I think these would work well for you…http://audiojungle.net/item/epic-adventure-trailer/5937135
Best of luck! Michael
Problem is, Google’s new measures are detecting these as ‘unnatural links’ to thin content sites (ie. sites that hold little to no informative value to users) – which in reality just isn’t the case. Envato is basically an online shop. Difficult times ahead I sense.
Matt, are you essentially saying we are being penalized for promotion if it exceeds some set threshold on links to a single page?
Thanks for the share, Adi. This might provide the kick in the pants I need!
It might just be the time of year (I had great, regular sales in May) so lets hope things improve.
I don’t know Gae. I have been doing Google searches to try to find my tracks and it appears that the changes that took place in April have effectively hidden me. I can do a search for MichalskiMusic and Audiojungle and I get no direct this to my profile page. That was not the case two months ago. I do get a few of my YouTube videos but nothing to Audiojungle. If I look at my analytics, I can see that I am just not getting any traffic wven though my traffic on Soundcloud, Twitter, and YouTube appears to be about the same.
I hope you’re right, but my brain is telling me that my exposure here has changed and there is little if anything I can do to improve it. I hope I’m wrong.