Posts by Dirtyflint

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Dirtyflint
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I went through my portfolio and see that a lot of my titles are long. I also tested out the search engine. Essentially, in order to find a track, people would have to type out the exact title. No wonder I haven’t been getting any sales. I thought it was something I was doing. What are the point of tags and descriptions when it appears that the main search factor is the title?

Yes, I too was played with names earlier. The foolish track received the foolish name, for example “Rapata-Chapata”, “Add Loudness”, “Shooby-Dooba”, “Evil Mushrooms”, “Follow the White Rabbit”, etc… Now I understand that it wasn’t necessary to do so.

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Dirtyflint
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Is this true? I don’t want to have to name my tracks 1 word titles.
Yes it is. Still that is of great importance, how new or old track. At new tracks advantage. And I think that in most cases it is quite good.
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Dirtyflint
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I named a TV track “Dirty Flint” today. that is all, carry on. ;)

Ha-ha! It is great! But name “Pink Zebra” or “SoundRoll” will be better. ;)

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Dirtyflint
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2 MetroMusic: If you consider that identical names of tracks it is good, I won’t argue with you. My opinion – system of search needs to be changed.

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Anyway, I am grateful to all who spoke in this topic. Thanks, guys!
I hope, the administration will hear all expressed opinions.

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Dirtyflint
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OK, everyone +1 below. We shall win by numbers!
Ok, guys. +1 :)
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Dirtyflint
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Thanks-thanks-thanks for support, AJ people! :)

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Dirtyflint
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The insanity is compounded by the fact that if you add even one word to the title – for example, Inspirational Presentation or Inspiring Journey – the track will most likely not appear on a search for “Inspiration” or “Inspiring”.
Totally agree.
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Dirtyflint
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Dear Staff, do you feel an inspiration of this positive topic? Personally i’m pretty inspired of this inspiring thread and i think it’s will be even more inspirational, if you bring your attention to it’s positivity.. We all will be more than happy, if you’ll listen to our motivation.. Our happiness depend from your positiveness.. We just want to motivate you to do something with this, and we don’t found nothing more motivational, than this upbeat topic.. What else we can do to make you more motivated? :)

Oh, yeah! :crying:

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Dirtyflint
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Maybe it’s time to turn off the search for the file name? The name of the file is his face, but today on the site there are a lot of files – twins with identical names: inspiration, inspire, inspiring, inspirator, inspeacker, inspiratometer, inspirama – inspikrishna, etc.

Thus identical names often have files, absolutely different in style and mood, and it deceives buyers. It seems to me, shutdown of search in a name of the file will help authors to use the imagination and we (authors) will start calling the works by the names corresponding to the maintenance of music.

P.S. Sorry for my english. I know my english is terrible.

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Dirtyflint
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Two days. Wow! ;)

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