Sorry to cast a negative cloud on this thread but the recent (last 2 years) has shown what is happening to this marketplace as it continues to divide the author base into included and not included. As the battle for subscription services continues, as royalty free music descends into a give-away scenario assisted by authors who are willing to sell their items at a non-profit margin. The once buoyant AudioJungle no longer exists in it’s former glory days as a market leader and ignores the required changes needed to revitalise a very tired and stagnant marketplace.
Too many authors who do not come to the forum to see the effect of their behaviour will ultimately destroy this place with their high-jinks and so we just sit quietly and watch the lights slowly switch off for the vast majority around here whilst the key holders watch.
Is this too dystopic? It did not have to be but market trends and demands change and so services such as this have to as well at the cost to it’s prized assets, content creators. Pop has eaten itself.
PS. “How to survive in the jungle?” Upload interesting, different and high quality items only. Do not create bland and boring content and hopefully with a diverse portfolio priced sensibly then you raise your chances of survival. Of course it is only a matter of time, the clock is ticking…