Selling Music Online, Effective?

The world of hip-hop has changed with the vast growth of technology. Producers are using social networking and sites like Rocbattle.com and many more to sell their beats. With the demand for online exposure rising, the companies offering their services look to profit. Artists and producers seek an outlet to make a profit and are…

The world of hip-hop has changed with the vast growth of technology. Producers are using social networking and sites like Rocbattle.com and many more to sell their beats. With the demand for online exposure rising, the companies offering their services look to profit. Artists and producers seek an outlet to make a profit and are sometimes willing to pay anything to sell their music. When comparing websites that offered these services, I found one element to be missing in all of them except one website.

It's a simple question that applies to all most every sight in the world and that question is, how do I sell my product effectively when there are so many on one site that offer the same type of product. The website traptunes seems to have the solution. When a producer joins the website they are allowed to upload their mp3s to be sold on their profiles and in the genres of beats. Their rules are simple and only require producers to upload at least 5 beats per month.

Trap Tunes offers a solution to promote artists or producer's beats or YouTube videos via email to all the members of the site when you subscribe to the site. The price starts at only five dollars for a month of exposure and thirty dollars for the year. They also offer an option to buy a domain name for producers to direct their profile to so their beats can be advertised on any social network.

The website also has a network that allows artists and producers a chance to communicate with each other and increase their contacts. This is vital for anyone trying to increase exposure to their products. There are many self employed entrepreneurs who fail to continue working for their selves due to lack of resources.

Artists and producers are often creating their music at a cost instead of making a profit. The fantasy of making a success out of what they love often clouds their judgment of who they trust while doing so. Sometimes experience is a better teacher, so when in doubt, i recommend avoiding high priced companies who promise results.

In conclusion, there are many ways to sell music online but not all of them offer exposure for an individual artist or producer so they do not get lost among many others who are in pursuit of completing the same goal.