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Double Your Music Sales
(in 90 Days or Less)

35 Ways to Sell a Lot More of Your CDs, Tapes, DVDs and Music Merchandise

This brand-new report from Bob Baker gives you the ideas, tools and specific distribution sources you'll need to reach more fans and, most importantly, sell a lot more of your music.


Important Note: This report contains two chapters from the Guerrilla Music Marketing Handbook. Even though the information has been recently updated, if you already own a copy of the Guerrilla Music book, you already have the bulk of this info.

If you do not own a copy of the Guerrilla Music book, you should consider purchasing the full book instead of this report. That will give you 18 additional music career-boosting chapters on top of these two on music sales. However, if for now you're only interested in learning how to sell more of your CDs, tapes, DVDs and music merchandise ... this new report is for you.

From the Introduction:

You've put a lot of time and effort into writing good original songs, committing them to finished tracks in the studio, crafting the artwork and packaging, and arranging for your CD, tape or DVD to finally be manufactured.

Sell Your Music: Double Your Music Sales: Sell CDs, Tapes, DVDs, Merchandise

Many musicians describe the feeling of seeing their slickly packaged final creation for the first time: It's a wonderful sensation of accomplishment. They feel like shouting at the top of their lungs to let the world know about this great thing they've got to offer.

That's why it's difficult to figure out why so many music makers drop the ball at this point. Sure, they want to get recognition from hordes of people who have been touched by their music. And, let's face it, they wouldn't mind making some good money selling their product, too. So why do artists continue to manufacture 1,000 units only to have 900 of them sit in a closet and gather dust?

The answer is simple: These artists haven't learned effective methods for marketing their releases. Also, they haven't done their homework and haven't discovered the many resources available to help them sell their CDs -- as well as their tapes, DVDs and other music merchandise.

Are you one of these people? If so, don't worry. There's help within the pages ahead. This 22-page report is divided into two sections:

  • The first one gives you 35 ways to sell more of your recordings and music merchandise.

  • The second offers a plan to help you double your CD sales within 90 days.

Use these ideas and resources to expand your thinking and help you sell more of your independent releases.

I wish you tons of happiness and sales success. Now get out there and promote yourself!

-Bob