Making Money With Music

Generate Over 100 Revenue Streams, Grow Your Fan Base, and Thrive in Today's Music Environment

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    St. Martin's Press
  • English (Audio Edition)
    Tantor Media
About Making Money With Music:

You can make a living with music today. The secret is to tap multiple income streams.

Making Money With Music gives you over 100 revenue streams and the knowledge on how to tap them. Whether you’re a solo artist, band, DJ, EDM producer, or other musician, this book gives you strategies to generate revenue, grow your fan base, and thrive in today’s technology-driven music environment. Plus, it lists hundreds of services, tools, and critical resources you need to run your business and maximize income.

Making Money With Music will show you:

* How to tap over 100 income streams
* 7 business strategies you can implement immediately
* How to start your music business for $0.
* How to register your music to collect all of the royalties you are owed worldwide.
* 13 ways to compete with free and build experiences to drive fan loyalty and engagement into everything you do to increase your revenue.
* 45 categories of places to get your music heard and videos seen so you can get discovered, grow your fanbase, generate royalties, and boost licensing opportunities.
* 10 methods for raising money so you can fund your music production and projects.

…and more.

Written by the authors of the critically-acclaimed modern classic The Indie Band Survival Guide (1st & 2nd Editions), Making Money With Music is the third installment in The Indie Band Survival Guide series, and will help you build a sustainable music business no matter what kind of music you make, where you live, and whether you’re a novice or professional musician. Improve your income by implementing these ideas for your music business today.

About the Author(s):

Randy Chertkow and Jason Feehan are lead members of Beatnik Turtle, a rock band that has released eighteen albums. They have written music for TV and film and licensed music to Disney and Viacom, all without a label. They have been columnists for Electronic Musician and teach music business in Chicago.

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