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Basspartout says

Awesome, Phil! Congrats. Well deserved!! :)

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Basspartout says

Yes, definitely more than 4 weeks, I’d also say three months is a good time period.

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Basspartout says

Hey guys. Welcome to the jungle. :)

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Basspartout says


Getting in the popular files page is for sure a huge bonus, but as many will testify I’m sure, it’s much harder to stay there then to get there the first time.
I’ve been here for half a year and the files list on that page has hardly changed… I believe that every newcomer to AJ first of all checks the Popular Files, and since the files offered there are great he’s most likely to purchase something from there. But are those files really that exceptional? Well, they are really good, but I’ve seen in people’s portfolios stuff not inferior to these best sellers. It’s just for some reason certain files get discovered and others are not. Go figure.

Exactly and that is why I support randomnoise’s idea of a “Top new files” category so strongly! As I said in this other thread already ( http://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/top-new-files-category/62427 ) :
I really think that it would not only benefit new authors or the authors in general, but also the marketplace itself. Why? It would be an great place for buyers and new customers to come to and check regularly for NEW items. The frontpage with its huge stream of new tracks is too overwhelming and confusing for this while the “popular files” category only tends to cement itself, like randomnoise correctly pointed out.

And apart from this, there is just the “Top New Authors” category – not really a big help with its strange system – and 5 spots a week on the frontpage. (4 weekly features and a featured author). And of course, customers who dont have a lot of time always go to the popular files section. That’s why there is so little change in there. There is so much great music uploaded every day here but it literally gets lost in the jungle atm.

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Basspartout says

Epic – Epic April Fools Joke :D

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Basspartout says

Awesome! Congratulations :)

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It’s been argued several times that the bargain basement is helping new authors getting more exposure. Although this might be true for some, I still stand by my first comment here in the thread to abandon the bargain basement. Gaining exposure as the main argument for the bb still doesnt feel right to me. It would be much better to introduce a “top new files” category, like proposed by randomnoise in this thread: http://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/top-new-files-category/62427
I really think that it would not only benefit new authors or the authors in general, but also the marketplace itself. Why?
It would be an great place for buyers and new customers to come to and check regularly for NEW items. The frontpage with its huge stream of new tracks is too overwhelming and confusing for this while the “popular files” category only tends to cement itself, like randomnoise correctly pointed out.

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Basspartout says

Thanx Garry, very much appreciated that you’re sharing this. Some good news I’m sure many of us need to hear. :)

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Basspartout says

I don’t know….. I’m only 3 months now dealing with stock music and stock music sites and judging from the sites I’ve seen so far, Audiojungle IS a bargain basement for people searching for great music.
I recently removed my first Logo Pack shortly after submitting because I refuse to sell my items at such low price.

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Basspartout says

Great video! Thx :)

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