I have been pondering lately whether it is rude to the reviewers if I delete items from my portfolio. I don’t know how much time they spend doing their reviews, but I’m grateful for the wonderful work they do reviewing and curating the AudioJungle library, and they are always very helpful with any issues. However, I very regularly go through and delete items from my portfolio if they are not selling. Sometimes they have zero sales, or sometimes they get a few but it dies away over time. Now, one thought I have is that I am making AudioJungle a better place by deleting items; the less stuff cluttering up the site, the better it is for all of us! But then I also consider that the reviewers have put time into listening and approving the tracks, would they be frustrated that the tracks are deleted a few months later?
I honestly believe that no longer is the number of tracks on a website an attractive feature. Every site in this competitive market has hundreds of thousands of tracks, if anything that is probably off-putting to buyers!!! I personally wish everybody else was also deleting their non-performing music. And to be honest, it has a personal benefit too; I believe that having less items in my portfolio will make it much easier to direct buyers to the better tracks. I don’t want them being overwhelmed by 3 or more pages of music!