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Re: Bandcamp "let fan name price"

With all that said,do you think is still worth it putting out a
physical CD with all its expenses,artwork,packaging etc. or just go
the digital download route?
will the ipod trend change and will people start buying physical CDs again?
ive noticed that rarely people buy CDs at concerts,we used to sell a
lot and nowdays people dont even come to ask,though digital sales have


On Thu, Aug 11, 2011 at 7:34 PM, Daniel Thomas <danielthomas4@mac.com> 
> In my experience, robust sales are not so much about price - sales 
> growth proportional to marketing muscle.
> And, similar to Per's point--  Lower prices are at crossed purposes with 
> growing market buzz in many cases as they indicate a less than product 
> value.
> How to build Marketing Muscle without a deep pocket label/distributor? 
>  Thats a thread I want to see.
> Daniel
> On Aug 11, 2011, at 5:42 AM, Michael Peters wrote:
>> My Bandcamp albums aren't selling very well. I know I'm not gigging a 
>> lot
>> and very few people (outside of this livelooping community) are aware 
>> of my
>> music ... but maybe the albums are also too expensive (10 Euros mostly) 
>> now
>> that people are used to getting tons of stuff for free. Has anyone 
>> tried the
>> "let fan name price" feature for a while and has it made a difference?
>> -Michael