Your music will hit digital stores like Spotify and Apple Music in no time. We're excited to have you as part of our robust, successful and diverse music community. TuneCore never takes a cut of your sales. Every penny you earn is put right into your TuneCore account. Find out exactly where fans are downloading and streaming your music so you can increase marketing efforts and plan tours around those cities. When you give users on two of the most popular social media platforms permission to use your songs in their uploaded content, you can earn revenue from it. Distribute with TuneCore, then register your songs at no cost.
How to Sell Your Music Online
1. Use Social Media the RIGHT Way
The internet has opened up endless possibilities to promote your music. And, while that may seem daunting, it really allows you to experiment and let your creativity run wild! We all use social media. Social media is NOT a straight-up marketing platform. Here are some examples and checklists that you can use. You just need to learn how to frame the content in interesting ways. Tell a story about your studio experience that day, share a photo of the mix, or post a short teaser video of a song.
You write a song, or you find a song; the song moves you and you want it to move the world. So you record and distribute that song as a single to platforms like Spotify, Apple Music, and YouTube. Once the song is available, anything could happen. The music could change the world, it could wow a few people, or it could go completely ignored. Of course chance always plays a part, but the outcome is partially in your own hands. In our world of short attention spans, releasing music more frequently can play a significant factor in your success. Platforms like Spotify and YouTube even reward artists who put out songs and videos on a regular basis. So singles do have their drawbacks. So put out a single first. Plant your flag.
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