Well you’d have to pretty desperate to justify hanging around a model that undercuts yourself for an extra $10. I could have stuck around that sub model for a few extra bucks each month, instead I chose to delete the catalog and raise my prices and seek other platforms that sell one license at time for one project at a time and all of those tactics helped create even more monthly revenue. And yes, I would simply leave audio jungle if they ever created a policy of 75% to the house. Not sure others would though, and there lies the entire basis of this debate. At what point does an Artist say “This is a terrible deal”? Or do/ should Artists accept every deal offered? Seems like they will.
SSF, we both agree that more monthly revenue is important for Stock media sellers, we disagree on how authors should go about it from a long term, sustainable perspective.
If subscription were to ever become the “new normal” and main way of transacting at a price $16.50 a month all you can download, that would be very dangerous to all authors selling all and any media long term.
Sure, maybe they should do that with Audiojungle while they’re at it? I mean now they’ve herded up all you AudioJungle authors and they have you under their control… why not?
Could not be further from the truth. At audio jungle we all set up our own independent store front and use the platform to transact directly with customers. AJ just brokers the deal.