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As for me: 20 sales before the 15th 3 sales after the 15th…
You can share your tracks on soundcloud groups to get more plays. There is even a group for music on Audiojungle.
Honestly I think they should just do away with the rating system. Sales alone provide enough information as to whether a track is good (useful, commercial, popular) or not. Problems like these random one-star rating only hurt the artist image, and they may not be intentional at times. I think a simpler system could replace it, like a “thumbs up” button similar to google’s +1 feature. That way a tracks reputation can’t be purposefully damaged, but the opportunity to let the community know that track was commercially useful is always there. This feature could also show up as an attribute of the artist. “Oh wow look, WhoTheHell has 314 thumbs up…people must like his work.” Just a thought.
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