After two great month (January: 66 sales, February: 77 sales – thanks to the featured song-boost) March started quite well. But after the first week of March the big drought began – lasts until now. Strange: if I take a look at the analytics I can see that the amount of page views hasen’t changed. So obviously only the conversion rate went down…
Congrats, man! Hopefully it will be a great week and the beginning of a grat time for you!
When I try to access Analytics I get this message: “Failed to authenticate user.” Anybody else experiencing such problems?
What about a five-star dance track? You may consider this one: http://audiojungle.net/item/pumping-ibiza-club-rocker/5262947
Art-of-Sound saidAgree! I handle it like that: let a customer purchase a license and charge him based on an hourly wage rate for the costumization work (send him watermarked version of your work). After payment was processed (PayPal) send the final version without watermark, that’s it. Removing only a snare drum could be done for free, if it can be done in a few minutes. A bit of CRM isn’t that bad
You can either send the edit privately, or upload it as a variation of the main file, it doesn’t matter. The former just would save you the bother of uploading, waiting for approval, creating a new preview, etc.
DavidPinks saidOnce you have established a wellknown brand on AJ and your portfolio has grown to a certain size (perhaps 50+ or 100+) it should be worth the space. Just a thought – no concrete experience.
Do you think a quick search is effective? Or does it just take up a bunch of space?
Thanks mates! Hopefully the review process doesn’t speed up these days and my track is released on sunday Let’s see!
Still 7-8 days? Need to plan my next uploads