About a year ago, I opened up my profile to see that, in the hour or so since I had last (obsessively ) checked - I had sold 24 licenses of a single track to a single customer.
Imagine my excitement!
At first, I was sure it was a mistake of some sort.
Then, using the vague and incomplete information provided on the invoice, I tried (unsuccessfully) to determine the identity of the buyer.
Finally, I tried to imagine and/or understand why a single buyer would want or need 24 standard licenses for the same item. Never did come up with a scenario that made any sense.
But my little experience is peanuts compared to one of my friends here on Audiojungle. Get this: For the past few months, he’s had a regular buyer who pops in every few weeks or so to stock up on 20-30-40 standard licenses - - - for the same track. So far, he’s purchased somewhere between 175 - 200 (!) standard licenses - - - for the same track. (To date, the author has not seen any publicized use of the track by the buyer.)
Two questions for the community at large:
What’s your personal record? But more importantly:
What possible explanation could there possibly be for these kinds of mass purchases - - - especially the truly amazing second case?