If you're trying to Sell Your Music Online and get into music marketing and you want to try and sell something online, it's got to be a real big deal. Customers especially fans can be demanding, but that doesn't mean you should sterilize the whole sales process.
If you can help people who buy the product with free advice than they feel they've got their money worth, and as I said, everyone's different. Writing a quick email to make some suggestions to a fan or customer, I feel I've delivered value. You can also get the best online music marketing courses by browsing to https://continuousmusic.com.au/courses/marketing/
I'm quite experienced in Music Marketing and promoting novel acts because my background is in marketing and branding, which is all about translating unique experiences into value for audiences, and making their enjoyment and your recognition into a source of income online.
It's important when artists understand that they are personally committed to their art that professional support is probably required to determine whether there's a real market for what you offer, or more precisely in my field, to determine whether this can be developed into a source of income through new online business models and marketing methods.
From a sales perspective, you need a strong sales pitch on your site so to speak, but perhaps before we investigate that it would be worth examining your basic business models. In terms of promotion, we have plenty of methods and techniques that would compliment your emerging brand but we'd have to assess what we'd need to do pronounce that brand – really take that tone from your blog and make it present.