I’m a complete newbie on audiojungle, so what do I know (?)... but common sense says that if you haven’t made one sale for a track in 6 months (never mind a year), no matter how much you love it yourself it’s not right for the audiojungle market. Try another site with it. There are plenty around.
Seems to me that buyers don’t have time to hear all tracks in a category so they look at the best sellers and ‘play safe’ by buying one of them. So the current aj top sellers just go on being high performers just because they’ve already sold a lot, so it’s self-perpetuating. “Sounds OK…1000 other people bought it so it must be good…I’ll buy it too.”
Under the current system it’s tough for an aj newbie to sell in big numbers unless you create a niche for yourself, e.g. producing something different to the bland happy / clappy / whistlealong stuff that obviously sells to typical aj buyers. It would be good to know the customer profiles of buyers so we know who we’re trying to sell to. Are they all 20-30 year old web / flash / app designers who want fluffy happy tunes to put into their fluffy happy presentations?
Does audiojungle try to reach a wider audience? Who knows?
To answer the question at the beginning of this thread, I’d remove any tracks of mine without at least 5 or 10 sales in 6 months, and try them elsewhere. The ‘exclusive seller’ agreement only applies to tracks you’re offering here, doesn’t it?
Good luck to all, anyway!