Get Your Music on iTunes and Sell Your CDs on the Web

Babyhead_250_whiteIf you are an independent artist like I am, you need to hear about CD Baby.  CD baby is a great way to get your CD projects out there to the public and to sell it!  Besides offering services as a retailer for your music, you can get yourself setup for digital sales.  CD Baby will distribute your project to over 30 digital outlets including the premier iTunes Store!

For me, I have hundreds of downloads sold that have recently dwarfed my CD revenue.  Of course, when I hopefully come out with some new material later this year (hint for my fans!) that may be reversed.

Here is where you can find my music online:

Here is the link to learn more about CD Baby for artists: www.cdbaby.net

To my readers:  have any of you used CD Baby or other services that have helped your independent projects?  Please leave a comment and share with us!

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Rich Kirkpatrick

Rich Kirkpatrick

Writer, Speaker, and Musician. Rich Kirkpatrick was recently rated #13 of the “Top 75 Religion Bloggers” by Newsmax.com, having also received recognition by Worship Leader Magazine as “Editor’s Choice” for the “Best of the Best” of blogs in 2011, 2014, 2015 and 2016.

4 comments

  1. It amazes me what the web has done for independent writers and artists such as yourself. We’re not just exposed to the music that’s available through traditional commercial outlets any more. I wonder–are we some day going to some successful musicians that started out their careers on the web?

  2. It amazes me what the web has done for independent writers and artists such as yourself. We’re not just exposed to the music that’s available through traditional commercial outlets any more. I wonder–are we some day going to some successful musicians that started out their careers on the web?

  3. It amazes me what the web has done for independent writers and artists such as yourself. We’re not just exposed to the music that’s available through traditional commercial outlets any more. I wonder–are we some day going to some successful musicians that started out their careers on the web?

  4. It amazes me what the web has done for independent writers and artists such as yourself. We’re not just exposed to the music that’s available through traditional commercial outlets any more. I wonder–are we some day going to some successful musicians that started out their careers on the web?

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