How To Sell Your Music On iTunes – The Important Facts Some Leave Out
Many musicians think that once they put their music on iTunes then they are set. However, there is more to it and musicians need to do more to get exposure. Of course, some artists do get exposure, but those are usually established or A-list artists. For the regular musician, it will be harder for more people to see your music on iTunes. On Music Think Tank, Shaun Letang lets you know how to get more exposure on iTunes. Oh, and if you haven’t heard, Apple is rolling out upgrades of iTunes soon.
“iTunes is a platform to sell your music, NOT a marketing tool.”
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There a 101 ways to sell music on itunes. Most musicians are just to lazy to promote themselves or to even research methods on how to sell their music. Twitter and FaceBook are your friends if you know how to use them properly to promote and sell your music.
Lazy? not this one. I’ve been pulling out all the stops since the start and my home-spun tricks of the trade won’t be found in any ‘how to sell music publication’ that I know about. But now I’m up against a new problem – namely, if the competition can’t beat you – they simply get rid of you. It’s a new concept that’s quietly affecting some artists behind the scenes. And I suspect guilty party is at least one a major label record company lurking in the shadows.
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