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Ninja_Beats says

Hey people! I’ve uploaded 5 tracks upto audiojungle recently, they’ve all been accepted except Im just not getting huge amounts of sales,

Would be amazing If I could get some honest feedback and perhaps some advice on which direction to take with my comertial productions in the the future,

All my work is here! http://audiojungle.net/user/Ninja_Beats/portfolio

It’s much appreciated :)

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SiliconWorldAD says

I think one of the biggest things in not getting sales is simply market competition. Sometimes people will look at “newest” uploads, but I personally and think many others would prefer to look through “highest rated”. So to get your show on the road, you could try advertising to freelance game developers like for flash games or C++ or XNA games. It’s also possible there may not be as much of a market for the specific things you uploaded.

But this is all recent you said? It may take some time for sales to come in, people may search for things with your tags, try advertising your work on facebook, maybe a friend of a friend could use some sounds.

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MichalskiMusic says

You have five items for sale. That’s a good start but not one that will garner a lot of views.

Best thing you can do at this point is not worry about sales and keep writing. If you write marketable music, the sales will come. Just keep writing and uploading. In your spare time, go ahead and post some videos of your stuff on YouTube and Vimeo and post links to here. Post your watermarked tracks on Soundcloud. Go ahead and do a little bit of marketing on Facebook and Twitter.

But most important is that you keep writing and uploading. That is your major ticket.

Best wishes!

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SiliconWorldAD says

Yeah that’s why in doing, I’m trying to organize as many sound effects as I can in my free-er free time. I think having more things increase the chances of getting a view and gives any viewers something more to look through than just what they originally were looking for.

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Fernandestelecaster says

Stop waiting/checking for sales and keep writing and uploading.

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