Still experiencing this as well.
At least on AudioJungle. I saw a couple of similar issues on other marketplaces. Man, I feel like I just keep calling out bugs, but is anyone else seeing this?
Search “Inspiration” and you’ll see in the #1 spot Soundaround’s top seller. There, I see it has 1955 sales. Click on the song’s link to go to its page and you’ll see it has sold 1965 times. This is happening all around the marketplace I’m noticing. Maybe related to the new faceted search and getting it rolled out? Staff, any help on this?
I wish I had a song that sold 7 times within 14 hours, and if it kept selling I wouldn’t care if it was trending or not.
Sorry if I sounded ungrateful. I am grateful!
I’m just trying to understand the new trending feature and some of you have been pretty helpful, so thanks to those who have contributed to the conversation with helpful information.
Trending is still not very clear and wouldn’t mind a dev or some staff weigh in on some of the questions and confusion posed: like, when do the trending banners appear? Is it immediate or does it only update at the same time other details update, like sales on top author list or new author badges? (...which is midnight in Melbourne… Oooo! “Midnight in Melbourne” would be a great song name…. Hmmm….)
Sorry, I did my math wrong: 13 hours, not 11 hours.
...now make that 7 sales in the last 14 hours! (...still not trending)
I’ve had 6 sales of the same song in the last 11 hours.
And it’s not trending… Sounds like it’s trending to me.
I’ve also noticed songs that haven’t sold that many times in 2 days that have the trending banner on them.
I’m a tad confused.
Anyone else experience similar things?
Thanks for your help!
Ultimately, YOU want to be happy with how you are representing yourself. If you want to change it, change it. I didn’t really have much of a logo before my now one, but I did rebrand in a sense and I think people like change and notice change. They’ll see your new logo go across the part of the home page where they’ve always seen your items in the “Just For You” section and be intrigued and remind themselves of who you are. Brains are quick learners. Your buyers will quickly adapt to any changes you make.
I wouldn’t worry too much about it. But, an idea I’ve had (if you are worried about it): Change your profile avatar to your current thumbnail with a countdown over the top of it… like “10,” then “9” ... “8” ... and so on. Update it everyday with a new number, counting down the days so people know a rebranding or new logo is coming. OR, keep some of your old thumbnails on some songs the same for a little while and gradually change them to the new thumbnail over time. Just some thoughts.