Comedian Louis CK Offers Music Industry ‘How To’

Guest post by Eliot Van Buskirk of Lots of people are talking about whether electronic artists push one button or more than one button when they play live. Everyone. Continue reading

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Alternatives To Scalping Your Own Tickets: Tikly, TicketMob, Ticketscript

The recent news regarding String Cheese Incident scalping their own tickets suggests the need for more attention to emerging alternative ticket services. Tikly shares some similar perspectives with String Cheese;. Continue reading

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Where The Music Industry Thinks Out Loud Scott Honsberger: Five Bucks Adam Bernard: Fan Friction – How The Internet is Failing Artists by Adam Bernard Daren Smith: How To Sound. Continue reading

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Are You Charging Too Little For Your Live Shows?

Five bucks – that’s how much shows cost in the past and for some shows now. Scott Honsberger thinks charging $5 for a show is a bad idea for musicians.. Continue reading

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MTT Weekly Recap: Derek Sivers On The Co-op Business Model

Where The Music Industry Thinks Out Loud Derek Sivers: Derek Sivers On The Co-op Business Model: Share Whatever You've Got Michael Brandvold: From the Mouth of a Artist, Tend to. Continue reading

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New School Concert Ticketing With Ticketfly

As the  touring industry slowly wakes up to the power of social networks to have drive ticket sales, smaller ticketing companies are popping up to offer more social alternatives to. Continue reading

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FanFueled Brings “Clean Energy” & Fan Rewards To Concert Ticketing

Last week yet another ticketing company intending to disrupt established players like Ticketmaster announced its launch. At first, though FanFueled offers an interesting mix of fan rewards and low fees,. Continue reading

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