Make Money with Your Music – the Top 5 WaysWritten by Brian Cook
Songwriters dream of making their living by writing, and sometimes performing, their songs. But until that day comes they've got to make a living somehow! Sound familiar?
With a little imagination, you can probably find a way to convert your love for music and songwriting into a means of making money. To help you get started, here is a list of ideas worth looking into:
1. Sell your tapes and/or CD's online.
It is really remarkably easy (and pretty darn inexpensive) to set up your own web site and begin selling your tapes, CD's, and whatever else you have to offer. And, although it's beyond scope of this article to tell you in detail how to do this, as a minimum you will need: a website; a web host; a means of collecting money (you can get a merchant account or use a service such as PayPal); and, of course, visitors to your website. 2. Write and sell an eBook about your music expertise.
An eBook, or electronic book, is extremely popular these days on Internet. The benefits to you include ease of production and very low delivery cost. Customers benefit from instant gratification of downloading book immediately after purchasing it.
Don't forget, information is hot product for today, especially on Internet. With a little effort, you can surely come up with special information that others would be willing to pay for.
Classic Montrose Debut Released on Audio Fidelity’s 24 Karat Gold DiscWritten by Keith "MuzikMan" Hannaleck
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Marshall Blonstein Audio Fidelity 870 East Front Street, #4 Ventura, CA 93001 Telephone: (866) 203-0647 Fax:(805) 648-7552 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.audiofidelity.net
Ventura, CA--07/12/05--In late 2001, after fifteen years as main force behind DCC's success, Marshall Blonstein resigned as President and Chairman of The Board of DCC Compact Classics to form Audio Fidelity. He has continued his tremendous success with label and started his own series of gold disc releases.
Collectors around world covet 24 Karat gold discs and there is one available now, that will have rock fans and audiophiles alike licking their chops. The classic rock-metal self-titled Montrose album. Preceding Montrose release series kicked off with Doobie Brothers Minute By Minute and Faces A Nod Is As Good As A Wink.
The buzz has already started in rock circles. Once people hear meaty Montrose power chords pounding through their speakers and Sammy Hagar singing lines from “Rock Candy” like “You’re rock candy baby, hot sweet and sticky” again, this classic rock album will most certainly relive all success it experienced when it was released in 1973.