I wouldn’t link to YouTube video with unwatermarked track because it can be easily ripped off.
BTW, if Tim McMorris reads this post – man, check your email, a few days ago I sent you a link to a site that sells a compilation of your 36 tracks for $ 3.35. Since the files are still online I believe you didn’t see my message.
That site is actually blocked here in the UK, via my ISP, so I think it’s safe to assume it’s not a particularly ‘legal’ platform. In fact, many of them are really just search engines, but thankfully Google don’t view them that way.
It’s blocked because it can lead to illegal sites that host MP3, I guess, but they only provide search results, therefore “going off on them” is pointless. You can see the domain where the MP3 come from:
BeeMP3 is just a search engine for MP3, they don’t host your files. I guess they just found your AJ hosted previews.
Do you know how your track is used? What matters here is if the Client sells the End Product. If Outdoor Channel sells a show with your track in it to other parties then of course they need the extended license. If Outdoor Channel just broadcasts a commercial with your music, then the regular license will suffice.
Ah, I get it – 5 is total. When I checked yesterday, you already have made 5 sales, but the number on the Top Authors page didn’t catch up, so it showed even. When I check your page it often shows 2 or 3 sales less, so I thought – gee, why is he having sales reversal so often? Thanks for clearing that.
Wow! That means Allegro had 5 reversals only today, because yesterday his numbers were fit.
I’ve noticed a long time ago that sometimes some authors have more sales on the Top Authors page then on their profile page. It’s like some sales were lost after the Top Authors page was updated. Why does it happen, is it due to sales reversal or something?