Looks like a nightmare!
Perhaps there could be a new system where authors could rank their tags? A revised search algorithm could then ignore the title and look at the tag ranks. If an author creates a track and within the tags ranks their “inspiration” tag #1, it would have the equivalent effect of naming the track title “Inspiration”.
This is essentially what is happening now anyway. Right now if you want “inspiration” to be your primary search tag you must title your track “Inspiration”.A revised search based on ranked tags can essentially work the same as the current title search, but with the algorithm functioning more behind the scenes instead of upfront and obvious with the titles. It certainly would look like a more creative marketplace with inventive and “inspiring” titles instead of uninspiring clone track names.
Hi, I m not an expert on the subject but did you check that your sales occurred between one week at Australia Time Zone?
For example, in my country is still sunday, but in Australia is Monday, So if i have 4 sales today it would count for next week. I Hope I made myself clear.
You can check your statement info and If I am wrong, you can submit a ticket to Support, including some screenshots with the info and issue.
Good luck with the new studio. The old one looks great!
Congrats to all, and specially to TemplateVisual, my man!
There’s also something to say about price vs. expected quality of service. When someone buys a license for $3,000 they would expect a certain level of customisation, possibly also some musical supervising. Perhaps with the anticipated inclusion of audio services in Envato Studio, there could be new opportunities for authors to present offers in a broader range?
+1 A new thread with this great idea would be nice, @Stockwaves
Congrats to the top 25! It was an unpredictable tournament