boosting sales here

  • Marbury avatar
    Marbury 14 Aug 2010 05:59
    I am new to this site in submitting music and was wondering if there is any way to improve sales, buyers seeing your files here.
  • dapoopta avatar
    dapoopta 14 Aug 2010 07:28
    good keywording and also having a large assortment helps. Good luck!
  • Marbury avatar
    Marbury 14 Aug 2010 10:59
    I have added keywords by editing the files but now they are pending review again. Surely not ?
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  • grayscale avatar
    grayscale 14 Aug 2010 11:41
    oooh.. you submitted to curator again, you should have just saved - then it doesn't go back for review
  • Marbury avatar
    Marbury 20 Aug 2010 13:22
    Still no downloads. Not sure what to do here.
  • dnavarrojr avatar
    dnavarrojr 20 Aug 2010 13:47
    9 audio clips out of nearly 3000 online and you joined on August 1st... You are expecting sales already?!?
  • RekindlePhoto avatar
    RekindlePhoto 20 Aug 2010 14:02
    patience is a virtue. Stock is not a get-rich-quick business. When you get a few hundred then a few sales will start. Yup you might have some great work and will get sales sooner. Don't expect to pay for time, computer, internet, software etc etc until you have many hundred or even thousands online ;) good luck.
  • movielighter avatar
    movielighter 26 Aug 2010 10:18
    Just keep loading up your stock. Impossible to know what people will want. Try to be specific to what is around you in your area, this will help for people looking for something specific you might have. This helped me get started, best of luck!
  • Marbury avatar
    Marbury 29 Aug 2010 11:28
    Ok, I am building my tracks up. Still no sales. Will creating a media bin help ?
  • tobydalsgaard avatar
    tobydalsgaard 30 Aug 2010 10:23
    Marbury. You have 13 clips. You've got to be kidding. Even if they are head and shoulders above everything else here, even if they are the sorts of clips that people buy constantly (i.e gunshots for SFX or wind turbines for video), even if you have them tagged and named flawlessly, even if they are priced competetively, it's less than a drop in the bucket. You might get lucky, but you've got a while to go.