First of all – YES!!! Thank you! This is great and I will set up my automatic withdrawal on all my accounts post haste.
Also, +1 to the multiple automatic withdrawals based on a percentage. I have a collaboration account that I would love to be able to split 50/50 with my co-collaborator. As it is, it goes into a PayPal account and gets split from there, and then we have to do some shenanigans in order to make it all kosher for tax time.
I would be willing to bet that a feature like this would encourage more collaborations, and that some people have held off on collaborating because of how to handle finances.
Nice! Cop car – yeah, that’s actually pretty bad . Well, at least maybe you didn’t have to go to City Hall to file an accident report.
One thing I am wondering, is there a special way on Audiojungle to promote your stuff more and better?
Congratulations! That first sale is amazing because besides the $$ you get validation that somebody you didn’t know thought your talent was good enough to pay for. And it also means that if one person bought, why not 10, or 100, or 1000…? I remember my first sale – I was in such disbelief that I actually contacted everyone who knew I had posted to see if they bought my tune to encourage me .
If you’re just talking about getting the file uploaded so that you can tag and submit it, you may want to try using FTP instead. There are instructions on the upload page how to do it with an FTP client – I use FileZilla, but there are several out there.
A few months back the upload widget on the page started acting up for me, only getting to around 30-40% and freezing, so I just switched to using a separate FTP client and haven’t gone back since then – it’s easy and I’ve found I prefer the workflow of uploading first and then adding metadata later.
Avatar – The Last Airbender (TV series, not the movie). I don’t watch a lot of TV so I’m sure there are many others, but I’ve never seen a TV series with such a well thought out story arc from start to finish over 3 seasons.
WTF? I’ve been here since 2009 and have never noticed that either. Well, that will probably come in handy.