Another endless source of frustration (for me at least) are the inherent inconsistencies that seem to be built into the search engine by design.
Got a one word title? Great! You may stand a chance of appearing on the first page of results for a default Best Match search of that specific term - - - as long as it's not a popular term like Corporate, Uplifting and so on; those top spots automatically go to the top sellers.
Got a two word title? Let's say - "Uplifting Corporate." Assuming someone searches for "Uplifting Corporate," you now stand a chance of appearing the first page of results for a search of that specific two-word term.
But don't put on your party hat just yet. If someone - for whatever reason - searches for "Corporate Uplifting," you will be nowhere to be found. Because according to the "logic" (hard for me to type that without grimacing) behind the search engine, "Uplifting Corporate" and "Corporate Uplifting" are two completely separate entities which have absolutely nothing to do with one another.
The icing on the cake? Sort either of the two searches by Best Sellers - and say hello to top sellers once again - even if the search terms are not even remotely related to the track titles.
Let's go back for a moment and revisit one-word titles, using as our example a fairly obscure search term like "Health." AJ certainly has buyers who create videos promoting healthcare organizations, clinics, spas, healing and the like. And maybe just maybe they might choose to enter the word "Health" into the search field. (Right? Right? It could happen.)
Search for "Health"...and...Outstanding! We're still on page 1...(along with other tracks selling in the low single digits.)
Now, let's sort by Best Sellers. And......
We've disappeared...to be replaced by, once again, the very same top selling tracks we all know (and aspire to) - many of which have already been purchased thousands upon thousands of times.
How can this be? Do the tracks use the word "Health" in their titles?
Perhaps it's in the tags. Yes, that's gotta be it!
Nope. No "Health" in the tags.
Oh, OK...forgot about the description...the word "Health" has to be in the description.
Bzzzz. Wrong again.
Does anyone have any sort of plausible explanation for ... any of the above??