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Octopusic says

I constantly delete stuff. Always there is a boost on sales after I delete… strange… there is almost never a boost of sales after I upload. Maybe my best sale would be when I will delete all of my tracks…?
That’s really amazing!
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FaroukMallah says

It’s kinda frustrating to delete your items but since they’re not being purchased by anyone yet, never care, delete them and upload new ones with better ideas. I’ve been here for approximately 1 month now, no sales yet, not a big deal though, still building my portfolio! wish you all best of luck and more sales :)

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CrystalNote says

It would better make unsold track free for everyone…

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JohnRosso says

I wanna delete some tracks which have even 0 view in February and march.

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ClassRecords says

Yes, sometimes it’s a difficult decision.. Market is really unpredictable! Tracks from which you expect a lot don’t sell well, while for others is the opposite..

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JBlanks says

Deleting tracks with 0 views doesn’t make sense to me – it’s just that no one has found them yet. Don’t give up, somewhere there is the perfect home for your track. As they say it’s a marathon not a sprint – give it at least 6 months before pulling the plug on that piece of your creativity.

Our early uploaded tracks may not be the most technically proficient, but more often than not, they are a distillation of one’s creativity – not encumbered by commercial interests or desire for sales. For that they deserve a chance to live in the marketplace, if only 6 months or so.

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FaroukMallah says

It would better make unsold track free for everyone…

Hello Victoria, how can you offer free tracks in audiojungle ?

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CrystalNote says

MallahStudio, you can suggest your free file here: http://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/free-file-of-the-month-nominations/86733



It would better make unsold track free for everyone…
Hello Victoria, how can you offer free tracks in audiojungle ?
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ClassicBeauty says

It’s different for everyone. Though I’ve been around since March of last year, it’s only since late last year (October-November) I realized I might be able to sell some music here and started trying. So I can wait a bit longer on some songs. Also, many of my tracks are classical, so if I know they’re good, I’ll wait, because they will sell eventually.

I have only 28 followers. If I had a lot more followers I would be quicker to delete tracks that didn’t sell. But hardly anybody knows my music yet, and the same is true for some of you.

I wouldn’t worry so much about how it looks to have tracks that haven’t sold or sold only 1 or 2, but I would be very concerned with the quality of all your tracks. I’m thinking about deleting a couple of my own. I don’t want a potential follower (or buyer) listening to an inferior track and deciding not to follow based on that. Let’s face it – when we check out somebody else’s work (like others on the forums, for example), if the first song we check doesn’t seem very good, most of us won’t listen further – and that should be instructive as to how a potential buyer/follower will react.

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muscma02 says

@JBlanks

Hey that is really great advice. I know some of my very early compositions are some of the ones I go back and go wow that’s pretty interesting. The early music in the portfolio’s may not be commercially the best, but I agree with you on the fact that they sure are creative. +1 JBlanks

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