What Im concerned about is that an item is considered trending when it is super popular… not when it sells 1 per day.. thats not enough I guess, well then how a new item is supposed to become popular when the only way to be trending is to be popular in the first place? This should be a mechanism to filter out every item that has consistent sale count and help it not loose that 1 sale per day but to make it grow into the popular items list.
Next stop Spartaville Congrats nonetheless
thats looking great! I like the trending feature, shame it pushes me down the search but hey, maybe one day I will be thankful for it
That bundle slowed things down even more…
It was not a waste of time, cmon, you learned a lot over that year, money comes and goes, but what you got is skill!!
Should have put that money on your relatives account or sth anyway..
I could not believe what happened last wednesday…as if 95% of buyers just said f^^k it I deserve some time off.. AJ was cold and empty.. Tuesday and Thursday on the contrary… I think it was the worst wednesday ever..
digitalscience saidYes it seems like an obvious logical way to search, but why it has not been implemented yet?
I thought it is a best practice to have only one searchbox on a page/section – there are 2 search boxes on the homepage (the smaller header one and the huge one in the banner area). That’s confusing, don’t you think?
Agreed, both search boxes have the same functionality so they’re just duplicates. The smaller one has limited space for filters, so since we now have a giant search bar, we could have better filtering.
If we type the word “psd” or “photoshop” only.. and we sort the results by sales we get top selling WordPress and HTML themes.. but what if the user was specifically looking for psd or photoshop files?
Maybe Envato wants buyers to filter after the initial search? If we think about this approach it does potentially showcase more unique items up in search, cause well, depending on how deep we want to search we can still do it if we are not happy with the results, so the giant search bar with no filters makes every buyer only scratch the surface lightly, engaging the general search first, with an option to dig deeper.
This does specifically apply to Audiojungle, so Im sorry for that.. why you may ask.
Im happy with search at the moment, cause unlike web themes, where you have something thats either black or white, eCommerce or a wedding theme, music genres bleed into each other and it is sometimes difficult, even for authors themselves to classify their products with justified precision. Something is pop, but not exactly rock, but who cares.. “maybe I’ll have that one actually”. – Are the words that I want to hear the most. And the general search for AJ like I described already works for us best. Lets not forget that in the end it is in fact a jungle.