Hi there nikejonessound. I’m pretty sure this falls under self promotion in the forums, which is not allowed. If Envato let this happen, the forums would be flooded with authors promoting tracks on the site. Nice track though
I’m useless with social media but I think I’ve got a strong audio portfolio. Please consider having a listen and any promotion would be warmly accepted. Many thanks
Ha! That is pure gold Scott. Very inspired and brought a smile to my face. Nice work.
Onward and upward, Mr. Pinks! Great work mate and all the best for continued success.
Looks like our tracks are finally in the sub genre pages now Leon. I was asleep when it was approved so no idea if they made it on to front page or not in that time. Hopefully issue was just with updating new item lists. Glad it is resolved.
LoopsLab – hope your track has made it to your portfolio now too. Good luck
I have the exact REVERSE problem. I can see my newly approved track in my portfolio, but it’s not in new items, or in the corporate/motivational category. Even a search of its exact title returns no results. Yet there it is in my portfolio listed as a new corporate/motivational track.
I’ve logged a ticket to support about it. This is the first time this has ever happened (that I’ve noticed) in over 150+ tracks submitted to AJ. Weird.
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JR McNeely – you are fast becoming one of my personal favourite authors. Your stuff is just so damn cool.
Gaetano – you inspired me with this thread to do a cull. 9-10 zero selling tracks have now been consigned to digital oblivion, never to return. I’ve kept tracks that sold in packs, or that I had some remote emotional attachment to – but the rest are history.
I’m doing my bit to clean up some of the filler from AJ. If no one has purchased the track in 2 years I’m prepared to cull it. It’s not a personal playlist but a commercial marketplace so I was prepared to be brutal with those non starters.
Might even be really harsh in the morning and cull some of the 1-2 sellers that are clogging up my portfolio. I envy the guys with masses of sales and 31 tracks. Going to start pruning the deadwood from my collection over the next week!
Write an absolutely kick ass track that sells like crazy. Roughly 1 in 100 buyers gives a rating (rough guess based on my ratings) so the only way it’s going to happen is by moving lots of units.
Almost every author asks kindly for 5 star ratings on home page or item pages…doesn’t seem to make any difference. I’ve purchased tracks on AJ for various jobs when my own catalogue doesn’t have the right tunes, and unless one knows about the process it’s not that intuitive to give a rating.
Anyway – careful what you wish for. Better to have no ratings (or very few good ones) than to get a 2 or 1 star rating for an item the buyer clearly liked enough to part with their hard earned. This ain’t Themeforest where an item may have unforeseen technical hurdles the buyer can’t jump, we’re selling audio files which can be clearly heard in preview mode before purchase.
Any buyer who buys something from AJ and rates it less than 5 stars either have themselves to blame or are being malicious and setting out to sabotage an author.
Every track I’ve ever bought from AJ has received a 5 star rating and I encourage all fellow AJers to do likewise each time they buy another hardworking author’s music.
A new nice portion of spam have arrived to AJ Only one question, do these spammers (bots or whatever) don`t see that they have no luck at Audiojungle? Why do they continue? I would really like to know, so please explain me if you know
It surely must be spambots hitting the forums. They must have the sign up process automated and generate some random gibberish nonsense as a username. If actual humans were behind this you’d think common sense would prevail and realise that it’s a non starter as a business venture (although who knows what mentality is required to make spamming a career option…) I do known that we’re certainly not the only target Baba has in his sights. A google search reveals this uber douche has been at it for a long time.
I wish Envato would implement a simple process like requiring someone to have purchased an item before being given the ability to start threads in the forums, or at least solved a captcha test or similar. It’s a daily occurrence now, and an irritating one at that. Looks really bad to our customers that we cannot defend against this drivel.
Some of the headlines have been quite offensive recently too, and they hang around for many hours before being taken down. I have faith that Envato are working on a solution, but it can’t come fast enough. Just one of many issues I’m sure they are grappling with.