Can Protest Playlists Change The World?
Happy Family Productions Collective Do DIY Together

Nimbit Upgrade Drops Direct-To-Fan Commissions, Adds International

image from www.nimbit.comNimibit, now owned by PreSonus, has released a major update to its direct-to-fan sales and promotion platform along with reduced transaction fees. Commissions have been reduced from 16.5% for all accounts to 10% for Nimbit Free and Plus accounts and 5% for Nimbit Premium accounts. The rates also apply for physical goods sales.

More Updates & International Options

  • A new direct pay model, where subscribers get paid directly, via PayPal, as they make sales.
  • While users can still warehouse and ship CD's and T-Shirts from the Nimbit warehouse, there is now a self-fulfilment option, as well.

Nimbit Goes International

Nimbit subscribers can now set their storefronts to display in English, French, German, and Spanish, with more languages on the way. At launch, the following currencies are supported:

  • Australian Dollar
  • British Pound Sterling image from thumbs.dreamstime.com
  • Canadian Dollar 
  • Czech Koruna
  • Danish Krone
  • Euro
  • Hong Kong Dollar
  • Hungarian Forint
  • Israeli New Shekel
  • Japanese Yen
  • Mexican Peso
  • New Zealand Dollar
  • Norwegian Krone
  • Polish Zloty
  • Singapore Dollar
  • Swedish Krona
  • Swiss Franc
  • U.S. Dollar

"Musicians around the world all need a way to create a supportive relationship with their fans, and that starts with the ability to sell direct," commented Nimbit co-founder and president Phil Antoniades. "By adding local currencies and native languages to the Nimbit platform, we're giving more artists around the world a deeper connection to their fans."  

Enhanced by Zemanta

Comments