Not the way the search engine works (again we’re talking just AJ here - I imagine it’s different for VH). It’s quite complicated stuff, but the word “Christmas” along with other two or three-worded titles work on the old algorithm, which viciously prioritises item upload date over sales. As soon as an item like this would be uploaded, it would already be on the front page of search results for the corresponding keyword search. All it takes is a couple of early sales to push it to the very top, above all the other tracks, including those that have sold thousands. Even AudioPizza, who made a whopping 500 sales, is no longer on the front page for a search of “Christmas”. Luckily though, he would have made enough sales to give him exposure through the “sort by sales filter”, as he is now back on the charts this year.
My point is anything uploaded this year, using a title that would be working on the old search algorithm would be long forgotten by the time all the new Christmas tracks come around the next year. That doesn’t make it a fair system by any means; but those are the facts. I personally think the search algorithm should be taking into account both sales, AND item new-ness, but that’s one of the reasons why we got the new algorithm update in January 2016 - it’s just not yet been applied to all facets of AJ - only certain keywords thus far.