Are there any hostels out there or something similar? I’d love to come but pricing I read on the websites isn’t going to work for me unfortunately.
I don’t know if it’s related, but I’ve recently started noticing that marketplaces take more time to open a requested page (not always, but quite a lot of times). Don’t ask me why I’m opening marketplace pages so often (big “batch” of uploads…)
Sleightofhand saidThanks for your input. Yeah, that’s what I’ll probably do, as well. I hope that’s true But I will find out eventually, I guess
I am in the process of doing this too. I am just going to change completely once I am happy with my new logos etc. Take the plunge… I would like to think that if your portfolio is good enough your work will sell regardless of your avatar. However…
Sleightofhand saidAlthough this is the most natural thing to do, I actually never thought of it Thanks for the reminder
I notice you have social profiles set up. Why not communicate to your followers and friends? Hopefully your regular buyers watch your social updates already?
World doesn’t need a third or fourth facebook ehh…
You know, that’s exactly what many people told me when I first joined Facebook – “who needs another mySpace, especially as boring as this?” (Facebook’s plain blue+white design was, at the time, so “boring” to many people, compared to mySpace which was adjustable to the maximum)
I’ve been thinking about rebranding my (visual) identity on the marketplaces for quite some time, and now I finally found some time to work on it. I have a new logo, profile page banner, avatar, etc, in progress (not yet implemented), but the more I think about it, the more “afraid” I am. It will be a sudden move and I don’t know if it’s gonna affect sales if buyers don’t recognize me anymore… It might not be so important for other marketplaces, but on AudioJungle every file is presented (at least until recently) only by author’s avatar. And my new avatar is going to be drastically different from the current one. What do you think, should I change it slowly, in steps, in a process which should last a few weeks/months? Or should I just do it at once and hope for the best?
I’ve seen quite a few authors making a rebranding over the years I’ve spend here and I think it’d be interesting to hear their/your input on this. I am sure this will be an interesting topic for many authors, not just myself.
Yeah, I got surprised by it as well an hour ago while posting a new topic. But I thought it’s a new filter and now I’m patient… Waiting for my posts to became available again.