(And it's probably NOT a problem with your music distributor OR your songs.)
Like most indie artists starting out, I uploaded my songs with a distribution company. Right away, my music was for sale on all the big retailers. I was really excited about my future as an indie artist.
I got really discouraged. Was I wasting my time trying to grow a fan base?
And the problem wasn't my music.
I went on to earn six figures selling my own original music.
It wasn't too hard, honestly. (No, I'm not some kind of prodigy. Trust me - Joe Average here :).
Sort of by accident, my friends and I started helping other artists do the same thing.
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There's probably one reason why fans aren't buying your songs.
...and this short PDF explains why fans aren't buying your music. I'll deliver the download link by email. No spam, and I'll keep your information secure.
- Steve Pieper