Music2Sync saidIs there a possible life outside the AJ wonderful world for a track with small amount of sales ? Have you got example ?
If it doesn’t perform in that month it gets placed elsewhere.
Haha yes. Again, this really depends if you’re item is exclusive but I either remove it and play the numbers game (uploading to a bunch of RF sites) or find it a home in a decent PRO library.
Greatly depends on whether you’re exclusive or non exclusive. Being exclusive my new policy is to give a track a month. If it doesn’t perform in that month it gets placed elsewhere. Doesn’t happen very often but thats what I do. I actually have a couple of tracks right now which are about to get the sack. I like to keep a lean portfolio
I think it might be better to write on the search engine something less general and more creative than ‘ambient music’ – maybe something such as ‘tough’, ‘intense’ ‘majestic’, etc. That way customers will get more creative when searching for tracks, which will eventually spread the sales to more items.
Excellent point and super easy to implement. I hope someone is taking note!
Providing search engine improvements are made I’m all for the super sized version, even if that does mean pushing the ‘new’ items down the page. In my opinion we have to break away from this method of constantly uploading to drive sales. An author shouldn’t need more than 30 items in their portfolio to see a reasonable flow of sales. Constantly churning out music for such little financial gain makes no sense and only adds to the problem of our over saturated market place!
Yes, it sure does! Still exploring over here.
Have I lost it or did the AJ homepage just drastically change?
You sir, are awesome! Thanks for sharing