I did, before, but I am not sure if it matters. Does the buyer get the names you’ve chosen or does it just give him some “preview” name? And by the way, did you try renaming your tracks in to “inspiration” “corporation”? If yes, did it boost your sales?
For instance, I renamed my track “Happy Acoustic” to “At the Beach”. So when a buyer looks at it, “At the Beach” is how it is advertised, but when they buy and download the ZIP files, it is still “Happy Acoustic”. Same track, different name. Most buyers probably won’t mind right?
As for renaming tracks to “Inspiration” or “Corporate”, I have done a bit of this, but I don’t see any direct effect to sales. I don’t know if this actually matters to be honest. From now on I’m going to give my tracks original titles.
Well, do think about it twice before you end up doing so. I named my tracks the original names, but it didn’t help my sales, the one track that I named “Happy Ukulele” sold the most, I guess it has to do with the generic name. As well as another track is named Vintage Era, and it sells more than others, I think as well it has to do with the title, because when buyers are looking for a Vintage guitar, my track pops up.
If you rename your track it has to be reviewed again right? That takes about one day right? Does the reviewer not see that the title is different than the file in the .zip? They don’t care/check apparently? Or does envato change the filenames automatic?
Changing the avatar, tags, song title is smooth? One day? Or quicker?
Adding an instrumental track or loops? Does that also take only one day? Or is that not possibe?
Does it make sense to sometimes delete your track and re-upload it, so it will show up at the new section again?
Sorry if some of these questions have been answered elsewhere. I could not find it today.