Tim … I don’t think it will work. Don’t waste your key words. You see – that google stuff is when people searching for Royalty Free music thourgh google. When someone’s is on AJ he knows this is site with that kind of material – wan’t be looking for royalty free – rather some other keywords. The stuff you are talking about is if i.e. you’ve got 1000’s of sites and start linking to AJ with keyword “royalty free music” then yes – AJ site will go up in search results. Regards – Matt.
OMG … I think I’ve got subject wrong.
+1! We should form a legion of authors to somehow get AJ at the top when searching royalty free music, I think that would boost sales by an insane margin!
+1 I really agree with Tim!
the data speaks for itself really, nice one
Thanks for putting that together, Tim. We considered what you were saying when we optimized SEO across all the marketplaces earlier this year. I don’t remember the exact reason why, but I recall the person responsible for optimizing page titles decided against what you were saying as the page title(s) you see now offered some other ranking benefits. Rest-assured, we continually monitor our SEO to ensure we’re doing everything we can to promote all our marketplaces, so I’ll be glad to re-iterate this point when it comes time to review our SEO again. Just know that improvements to our SEO have already dramatically helped drive more traffic to AudioJungle, we’re popular more than ever as you can probably tell by the Popular Items/Author charts.
+1 for the person responsible for optimizing
It is better to be on the first or second page for less popular search phrase than to be on the 10 – 11 page of a very popular phrase!