10 days?! What’s with the new reviewer?!
You have to remember that we do not know amount of submissions…. if there is high load of submissions, review queues are longer even with increased amount of reviewers… Time before the almighty progress bar you saw how many submissions were before yours in queue
+1 This is superrad feature!
Awesome stuff!! Found many explanation why some stuff sell LOL
zero effort branding and +3K sales in 2 years, ding ding
lolz, they offer now automatic monthly withdrawal so these things would not happen ^^
Wait a minute – are you indicating that people who download preview.mp3 get away now not renaming files heh this is awesome! works like a charm
So how does one get exposure for tracks on Videohive? Just curious. Or do VideoHive users make their way over here and look for tracks?
Best way IMHO is to make some audio logos. Usually Videohive authors look best selling items so if some track catches sales it drags more attention and it’s easier to get on popular logos- page (http://audiojungle.net/popular_item/by_category?category=logos-idents) than overall popular track -page and eventually it will have steady sales through various Videohive-projects. We have been very lucky on that side since we have had long term collaboration from the beginning of our Audiojungle-career.
Good logo sounds have some soundeffects etc to support possible motion graphics animation etc. Particle effects are very popular in Logo animations so for example having wooshes, booms etc sounds to indicate movement and action in track makes it more appealing. More sound design less basic song writing
Track length doesn’t matter. Only thing that matters is exposure of the track.
For example if the track is on a popular Videohive-project it will sell.
Usually Videohive-project sales to Audiojungle-track sales ratio is aroundish 4 to 1 – 5 to 1. So every 5 sale of Videohive-project project’s audio track sells once. Very good tracks could have better.
Track is called Call for Heroes and it is from other stock site.