Are you an aspiring musician, and would love to sell your musical work out but don’t know where and how to do so? Then this post is meant for you, as we will be elaborating on 5 great sites where you can easily sell your music.
Bandcamp is an online platform which you can use to sell your music. The only commission needed from you is a 15% cut from every sale that is made. The fee drops to 10% once it reaches $5,000 in revenue. That is to say that for every $10 sale, the online company (Bandcamp) takes $1.5, while you keep the rest, and when the total sale hits $5,000, the commission will reduce to $1 from every $10 sale.
All the money from the sales goes directly into your PayPal account, there’s no third party involved. Isn’t that just great!!!
ReverbNation is another great platform you can use to advertise your music, and reach out to your audience very quickly.
The platform has a range of subscription plans, which includes the Basic Plan ($13 per month), this plan possesses industry opportunities, support for large song uploads, and lastly press kit creation. The Premium Plan on the other hand ($20 per month) adds also music publishing admin tools and digital distribution (Spotify, iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon etc).
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3. CD Baby
According to reliable sources, CD Baby retired its music store in March, 2020. Their aim of doing so was to focus solely on helping artists distribute their contents.
Through this great portal, you can upload tracks to more than 100 streaming services (iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music etc, including other smaller streaming applications).
The process in this platform works in a similar way with that of CD Baby. All you need to do is upload your music content to the TuneCore Portal, and it’ll be sent to Spotify, Amazon, iTunes, Apple Music, and more than 100 smaller stores and services. You can easily use TuneCore to get your music to more than 100 countries within a short time.
The payment process here is quite straightforward. In order to publish a one-off single, it’ll cost a fee of $10 per year. Whereas, an album costs $30 per year. The good part of the subscription plan is that you’ll be able to keep back 100% of all earnings gotten from the musical content uploaded – The Platform don’t take any cut.
5. Ditto Music
Ditto Music permits you to monetize and promote your musical content online across all the major streaming services and music stores which we had mentioned earlier.
To distribute a single artist and/or band, a one-year membership plan costs $19/year. Ditto will not keep any of your royalties. You will get free ISRC and UPC codes for every track you release and you can easily withdraw all your earnings directly to your bank account. You will even get registration on VEVO, allowing you to start earning royalties from the world’s biggest music video site.
Goodluck choosing from our selected top 5 great sites where you can sell your music