Excellent post, thank you for your advices! I’m also trying to put a video on youtube for every song uploaded on AJ, even if referrals are not so many…
petrenj saidVery nice and useful, thank you!
I want to share this very interesting and useful chart I found, with you fellas.
Congrats, and thank you for this! My tune: http://audiojungle.net/item/emotional-piano-soundtrack/8767831&ref=pietrogirardi
All the best,
pepefrias saidYou joined a few days ago, maybe you’re not aware of how things have been goin’on here.
precisely quality new authors are the reason old ones are having less sales, world keeps on moving
If you read the names in the “popular items” page (the starting point for many customers), you see at least 70% of the same names that were there last year and two years ago.
So your statement is not true: a short amount of old authors are still selling very good, while the majority of old authors have been selling with a certain pace, way slower than the top sellers, but at least constant.
Now in my opinion we have reached such a “critical mass” of items, with the result that
– Top authors are still up there
– regular authors are experiencing difficulties in maintaining their usual monthly income.
And it can only get worse: not only old authors are uploading regularly, but we have more and more new authors that are multiplying the items supply.
SoundCity saidThis would be a reasonable idea. A more accurate selection of authors would at least limit the above mentioned problems.
But Envato should restrict access with an entrance exam. no entry without 4 or 5 professional tracks approved by the staff?
pietrogirardi saidnah, take a look at this! Your last sale was $18 23 days ago.
Cryonics saidFun fact
Fun fact Your last sale was $18 about 9 hours ago.
Your last sale was $18 7 days ago.
That’s way more fun!
Dear Envato staff, could be a good idea to close the doors. No more new authors for Audiojungle. There’s enough quantity and quality to make a successful business with this marketplace for years and years. Let the authors play their game with an acceptable amount of players and a decent income (that also means motivation, for many of us).
Good job mate. For sure the ticket will be opened by the author himself.
Sh*t like this is happening more and more often, I guess if a service like AdRev may help finding out these abuses.
Hope Envato will beat the hell out of them.