Are you proud of sound effects you've created and want to share them? Wondering if your field recordings can make it into the hands of talented people?
Maybe you want to build a web store, a sound map, or perhaps a new freesound.org to share your creations with the world. Maybe you've started a sound blog and want to exchange ideas with more of the community.
Or perhaps you are already sharing and haven't had much response.
I sell sound effect downloads at my website, airbornesound.com. While creating it I learned a valuable lesson: small changes can tip a sound effects library from obscurity to success.
Although this idea is often mentioned with marketing in mind, I think it applies to many topics. I'll write about three I've noticed. I'll start today with revisions to your web site. This will be helpful if you're trying to share sounds or writing on the Internet.
The next post will look at small changes to make your sound library better. My last post will discuss how this idea can affect your creativity.
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