Bandzoogle Artists Earn Over $20M In Online Music And Merch Sales
The top 20 earning members each sold over $100,000 to-date from their websites
Bandzoogle, a website builder for bands and musicians, has announced that independent artists using their music e-commerce tools have sold over $20 million in music downloads, merchandise and tickets directly to fans.
Bandzoogle launched e-commerce tools in 2010 with features designed specifically for musicians. They allow members to easily add an online music store to their band website and manage their own sales. Artists who sell music and merch using Bandzoogle pay no commission and keep 100% of their sales.
"Bandzoogle empowers musicians to successfully manage their own careers, which includes helping them to make more money from their own hard work" said Bandzoogle founder Chris Vinson. "Hitting twenty million dollars in member sales is a milestone we're very proud of, because it went straight into the pockets of independent musicians."
The top 20 earning members each sold over $100,000 to-date from their websites. 80% of all sales were physical merchandise, including vinyl and CD. Digital album and single track downloads each accounted for just under 10%. Ticket sales, an e-commerce feature added to Bandzoogle in 2015, accounted for $200,000 of member earnings to-date.
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