Thinking Into Results Program, by Bob Proctor.
The last item I submitted was at 60% immediately, but it still took six days to get the item approved. Someone needs to look into this as it throws people’s time estimates off.
Maybe have a queue that’s based on the item’s numerical position, such as “queue position: 55” meaning that there are 55 items to be reviewed before the item you submit will be reviewed.
I broke records.
The last sound I submitted for review started on 60% completion, but it’s moving slowly.
No, it’s moving.
“It’s not how much you earn but what you keep that matters”—Brian Tracy
Nothing wrong with reading Dummies books.
Sales are low compared to the last month but it might be related to the season (christmas, etc) as well as the search engine changes.
I think we cannot have a good search engine until we get rid of those single keyword titles! How can you sort a hundred tracks called “motivation”, a hundred “motivating”, and a hundred “motivate”. It’s like if you title your next track just “motiv” it would have a better chancePerhaps single word titling should be banned before making any changes to the search engine.
Or maybe instead of banning single-word titles, people could learn how to market their items better, come up with more creative titles, study salesmanship, and a number of other things.
Banning single-word titles is like saying “If I can’t sell, nobody sells.”
I always thought people used the search engine as a scapegoat to cover up the fact that they just don’t know how to sell. I never hear the big guys on Envato complaining about the search engine because they’re busy making all kinds of sales inside and outside of Envato.
And I know that the search engine is not an issue because most of my sales come from within Envato, as a result of the search engine. I don’t see any problems with it and I often use it to track which sounds sell the most or what the price ranges can be. If I don’t sell well, it’s because I haven’t learned how to sell better.