Using this system as is now and treating titles as tags wont work in the long run either, well it will work somehow but imagine an author who only specialises around one genre, like trailers. Now if that author is ambitious enough to have hundreds of tracks and most of them have the same title/tag on the cover, he will get lost in it, not to mention the buyer. The system could stand as is but Envato would have to take it into consideration and also allow a second line of text for the actual title, next to, or under the tags that we used to call titles before..
It seems like naming the zip file something different from the “given track name” will be even more confusing to the buyers. And that could translate to frustration and less sales overall. Rather, I would vote for moving the search engine weighting in the from the title to the tags, as has been discussed earlier in this forum.
Or maybe just focus on making music, If ya good buyers will find you, dont worry.
I dont know, but what he has in his description should be what the name of the uploaded zip file is.
Thats actually the first time I see it being allowed!!
describing numerous pieces of music with a single word does not work anyway… something is inspiring and folk and with vocals, or inspiring and post-rock and cinematic.. The system that we have now is ok, but it could be much much better. Why not just follow competition on this? Be humble Envato and look whats out there and follow sometimes. I know I sound like a guy who watches a football game and knows more than coaches of both teams combined, but guess what, we all sound like one of them, and Envato knows whats doing, hopefully.
Guys why not just put a real name of the track in the description and treat the title as the Tag that as we know works wonders in search. That way Envato does not have to change anything and we have our titles back.