Tag Archives: merchandise

4 MORE Online Services To Help You Sell Your Digital Products

A few weeks ago I posted a list of digital marketplace services that we musicians can utilize to sell our products, both digital and tangible. Well the great thing about the Internet

How To Actually Make A Living As a Musician

Making money is a major focal point of most musicians. After all, what could be better than getting paid well for something you love to do? Unfortunately, too many musicians see it

Using Pinterest Rich Pins

While Pinterest may not be the foremost social platform musicians think of when it comes to promotion and fan engagement, that doesn’t mean it should be overlooked. Pinterest has grown quite rapidly

8 Online Services To Sell Your Digital Products Easily

Selling merchandise is a major source of income for all working musicians. Since most music purchases these days are in digital format rather than the old school physical CDs, tapes, and so

Buffer Your Online Income: Getting Started with Affiliate Marketing

A vast majority of musicians will at some point in their lives dream of getting endorsed by an instrument or music equipment brand. After all, you’ll be getting paid to show off

Releasing An Album: One Track At A Time

It used to be where releasing an entire album as singles was not cost effective. When tapes, CDs, and the like were the only way to distribute purchasable music, it didn’t make

Add College Town Gigs To Your Schedule To Gain New Fans

Playing festivals, cafes, bars, and other typical gigs are great for your career. But don’t forget about one of the best places to play and make money: college towns. Yes, you have

Get The Help You Need – Ask Your Fans For It!

For years artists have relied on their fans to buy CDs, shirts, and other merch for money. Artists have needed their fans to buy tickets to see them perform to raise money.

Tool Spotlight: Tourch for iPhone

With the widespread availability and declining prices of smart phones, there are few excuses to not own one. As an independent artist, having access to email and web on the go is

Gumroad:The main service you should use to sell your digital music

When it comes to digital music sales, most artists tend to think first of Apple’s iTunes store, Google Play, Amazon, Wal-mart, and a few other major retailers. Generally the newer service Gumroad