Congrats to you. It seems I’ve seen several milestones or features that happen on birthdays around here (I know it’s your account’s birthday…but stil…)! That’s great! Congrats.
Curious, did being the free file of the month increase your sales the month compared to past months? Just wondering. Keep it up!
I figured most would be introverts as it’s probably pretty hard to be a work-from-home free-lancer as an extrovert but I could be wrong in some cases. I’m sure for a select few, it works for them. This is really interesting guys. Keep ‘em coming!
Envato, soft rejected by… Envato. I kid, I kid. I confess, I’m slightly addicted to watching these bundles sell. They sell so well. Good luck to all the authors involved!
Two songs you all need to listen to by 2 different authors. Both worthy of a feature (hint hint, staff… ).
- “Iron Sunrise” – http://audiojungle.net/item/iron-sunrise/3194140
- “Music Inside You” – http://audiojungle.net/item/music-inside-you/3201437
Man that’s an amazing start. Looks like you found what the buyers are looking for. Great job!
Way to go! I was a featured author starting on my birthday. Envato knows everything…
Congrats! That’s an incredible milestone!
And where did that money go if he’s been living in poverty for 40 years? Something’s fishy.
wow that’s amazing how come he’s in poverty if he’s that big though, blackmarket records? Someone must have made some money!
Yeah, I was wondering that too! But of course the music industry was way different back in the 70’s. I wonder if a big record company was profiting off this poverty-stricken musician who just didn’t know any better. Who knows?
Saw this story on 60 minutes tonight:
This is oddly inspirational. Rodriguez, living in poverty in Detroit, released 2 albums 40 years ago that went no where…in the U.S. He had no idea until recently that he’s HUGE (even bigger than The Beatles and Elvis) in South Africa. South Africans called him the soundtrack to their lives. He has been living in poverty ever since… until recently now that he’s finally pursuing his music as his full-time career to his fans who thought he had died a long time ago! This is unreal… and inspirational.
You never know how far your reach will go. Keep pursuing your passions, for they’re bound to impact someone’s life, which makes everything worth it – even if you never know until years later (or never).
Read the story here.