With all respect for everyone here, I find this thread so useless…I would rather have such a thread talking about the previous month as an overall. Other then this, is just us authors writing once in a while…Ooooh another sales!!
For me, this isn’t so bad in order to understand how different authors, with different genres/status/influence are faring on the marketplace in terms of item sales at the moment. For instance, I haven’t got any sales in the last 25 days or so!
hogash saidtilt and askew works but all the above don’t
none of this works. I just get search results.
@dory, try http://www.google.com/ncr so .com remains as default and try again thenType: “tilt” or “askew”
Are you sure you don’t see a change in search result format when you type in the search box “google in 1998”?
Nice thread Australia! Go to google.com and try this: where is chuck norris
What happened here? Already more than twelve days nobody buys tracks! This has not happened since July 2013! Only I have problems with sales?
There’s a thread for that already: http://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/february-2014-sales/121113
You might want to add your thoughts there… This was last month’s thread concerning sales statistics: http://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/january-2014-sales/118518
A lot of people have been complaining since the end of last year… I haven’t had any sales in over 2 weeks myself!
I have a question and you forgive my ignorance.
Google search Influences within AudioJungle?
Or only when it is from Google search outside AJ?Again, forgive my ignorance on these issues.
Allegro, changes in Google Search may only impact the volume of organic (search) traffic on AudioJungle. Meaning that, if AudioJungle pages/items appear less often in Google Search, then there’ll be less chances that Google Search users will find your AudioJungle pages/items.
BUT, internal AudioJungle searches rely on Envato’s own search system, which has its own algorithm, and internal searches have nothing to do with Google. That’s it…
FWIW: I found the “What is the main reason for your rating?” drop down incredibly confusing when trying to leave a rating for some of my downloads. Has anybody else found this when leaving a rating?
I just wanted to leave a rating and a review and it took me like 30 seconds to think about what drop down option I should select.Also, some people might select “Documentation” from the drop down and give it “1 Star” thinking that the Documentation was poor but the rest of the item was great (ie: what happened here).
I still can’t get over the $20000+ someone made in one night. http://notes.envato.com/authors/author-made-20k-overnight-literally/
Get over it