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Music Platform Allows Artists To Keep 100% Profit

Music Platform Allows Artists To Keep 100% Profit

Today an exciting new startup company was released into the internet wilderness for all to use. Muzooka, an online music sales platform based in California, is particularly special as it promises that all who use the service shall keep 100% of the profit made from the sale of their music. Already the platform has seen huge attention from the likes of grammy nominated producers and artists including Celine Dion, Mariah Carey, Tommy McWilliams and Tony Mardini.


Even though this platform has been online for less than a day it has attracted a huge number of independent artists who are looking for a way to make a fair profit for their hard time and money spent on creating and recording their music. Muzooka also allows artists to charge a smaller amount than almost any other music sales platform. Starting the sale of a track at a minimum of $0.69 means that artists can become competitive if they are driven by social credibility instead of financial gain.

As this service begins at such a low price and with artists receiving 100% it may make the usual music pirates squark of "music is overpriced and the artist sees hardly any of the money I pay" become redundant. Of course there will still be a select number of those die-hard anarchistic pirates but this will almost always be the case regardless of the price or purpose of the music that they are listening to.

So, we come to the final point... If Muzooka is making no profit from the sales of music then how do they actually make any money to keep the platform there? Well usually we would think that it would be from advertising but this is not the case. Muzooka seems to be aiming to become the Facebook of the music sales platform world as it states that "our focus is scale at this stage". Either way this service is going to get musicians frothing at the lips with a big win win for them. I strongly believe that this is something to watch.


Edd Harris

Today an exciting new startup company was released into the internet wilderness for all to use. Muzooka, an online music sales platform based in California, is particularly special as it promises that all who use the service shall keep 100...

Edd Harris 12th December 2013

Article Ref: #Platform100ProfitToArtist