How I can find where my tracks are used?
Wow!! Thank you Alumo..
A decent portion of my monthly earnings come from referral cuts, via promotion mainly on YouTube and SoundCloud. Here’s a snapshot of my stats since January this year:
Twitter; shows very little return in my experience, when it comes to direct tweeting. The vast majority of people who end up following us on there seem to be either fellow composers, ‘mass followers’ or bots. Also legitimate followers soon tire of constant “check out my great AudioJungle item…blah blah blah”, and just result in an unfollow, so be aware of that and consider tweeting interesting and engaging content if you do focus on Twitter.
However that being said, associating your twitter account to your YouTube account is a pretty good idea, because when someone ‘likes’ your YouTube video, it’s automatically tweeted to their followers (if they have theirs linked too), and you’ll get notified, such as in this example:
However, here’s a bit of reality. In order to convert views/listens into sales, you’ll need a lot. Alongside having high quality material that encourages people to keep watching/listening; strong keywording, meta tags and descriptions are just as important. This applies to both YouTube and SoundCloud. For example, you’ll be needing to pull in about 1000 views a day on a YouTube video to see some referral cuts from that.
There’s a ton of info on Google about this, especially in terms of building a YouTube channel, so well worth researching into. Also, a top tip, but don’t use bitly or URL shortening links in your YouTube descriptions. YouTube/Google now pretty much frown upon this and could have a negative effect your video and channel ranking. Always use a full website link, within the first 3 lines of the description. Also, use annotations within your videos to remind people what they’re actually watching and remind them to check the description. Very important to do that.Also, having a Facebook page is a workable avenue, and works really well as a messaging platform for customers. It also seems to attract a more mature and professional viewership than Twitter, so again something to consider in terms of marketing your material accordingly.
Very interesting Alumo!!
Do you take the videos from videohive? or you make them? If I want to buy a video for promote my track, wich license must I buy?
Hi to all,
I was wondering … If I am active in more than one marketplace, if I have been featured author on AJ, ?? can I also be featured in Graphicriver, for ex.? I wondered why I have everything on a single account. And in case I can not it would create another account for graphicriver, photodune, etc. ..
Thank you my friends!!
40 sales! But half of them are sound fx!!
It seems a lot of buyers are on holiday..
My question is: should I continue to upload a song a day in this period? or is it better to wait until mid-August? I would not waste my work.
I follow everyone who follow me.
Welcome and Good Luck!!
Ahah!! No, fortunately not!
I sell Keyboard typing almost every day. Lately I’ve sold a few packs and some tracks. In the end I think it’s normal, I upload a song a day.
The only thing I do not understand is why people snub keyboard typing 2 ..
Nobody wants …