With concerts and touring largely on hiatus, making money in the music industry is harder than ever. Fortunately, artists still have the ability to make and market merchandise to their. Continue reading
These are challenging times for artists, and with tours and live shows still on hold, maintaining a connection with fans and bringing in revenue is more important than ever. Here. Continue reading
If you’re looking for another outlet to sell your merch on, Amazon (maybe you’ve heard of it) can be a great tool for reaching a broader base of customers, and. Continue reading
Lost in the recent torrent of corona virus-related news, was the very positive announcement that Bandzoogle members have sold more than $60 million in music, merch, and tickets commission-free. The. Continue reading
Although many artists have embraced the digital age when it comes to music, most merch sales remain, for obvious reasons, in the physical realm. Traditional merch is still a significant. Continue reading
For bands and artists, the holidays can offer up a fun opportunity to experiment with new and sometimes unconventional types of merch. Here we look at sixteen different ‘ugly’ holiday. Continue reading
While not every band is going to have merch for sale at their shows, foregoing this revenue option means the artist is not only missing out on a much needed. Continue reading
While spicing up merch can be the last thing on your mind, doing so can make a huge difference not only in increasing your sales and bringing in always needed revenue but also in your overall branding and the impression fans take away from seeing you live. Here, we offer some valuable examples on how to ratchet your merch game up to the next level.