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- February 14, 2013 at 2:57 pm in reply to: Define 'publishing' and 'administering publishing'… #8689
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If you decide to allow AudioSparx to administer publishing, we administer publishing ONLY for the music tracks you upload to our website, and only for the licenses we place. If we administer your tracks on a non-exclusive basis, then we retitle the track during registration at the PRO by appending “AALIBRARY” to the title. As performance royalties are earned, the composer(s) of the track receive the composer’s share, and AudioSparx receives the publisher’s share.
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We appreciate everyone’s thoughts on any program we start up here at AudioSparx.
Our pay-per-click Track Campaign service simply offers vendors here a marketing tool they can utilize to get a brand new, dynamite track quickly in front of our clients with substantial visibility. While Track Campaigns have no guarantees of quick sales for anyone, it does provide a substantial benefit to both our clients and our vendors by providing a method for vendors here to be able to proactively raise the visibility of a new track that may be better than any other tracks in the niche that it is targeting. Without Track Campaigns, this capability does not exist.
Through our constant development work here, we strive to find new ways to feature everyone’s music, and each of you will find your tracks on many searches (like our Editor’s Picks lists, Vertical Marketing pages, Home Page rotations, Hollywood A List, our Vocal Music page, 100+ Playlists, etc.). We provide multiple different tools and reports and software capabilities for our vendors here to utilize to manage and market their tracks here. The Track Campaign service is simply one more tool, a proactive marketing tool, that you may find will benefit you if used judiciously to promote only your best new tracks. Track Campaigns can be utilized often for as little as one penny per click to bring highly relevant traffic and attention to a new track that a vendor uploads.
Many vendors here have indicated having good results with the occasional use of the campaigns; and as Michael L pointed out from his earlier experiences, he found it financially worthwhile in certain instances to invest a little marketing money to promote certain music from the back bins up closer to the cash register. We believe that, if used judiciously primarily as a tool to promote new music tracks, it raises the overall quality of the shopping experience for our clients, and provides a means for our vendors to draw meaningful attention to their new music releases.
By reintroducing Track Campaigns with key changes from our earlier implementation, we intend to fix the problems that existed in the earlier implementation. However, because of the competitive nature of the information, we will discuss these changes in detail later in a private KB article at AudioSparx rather than here in this public forum. We hope that each of you will keep an open mind and consider that Track Campaigns offer a valuable capability that, without the service, simply does not exist here.
Our web sites are definitely large marketplaces with a rapidly growing client base. Each year, our sales have consistently exceeded the year before, because we continue to innovate and offer new and exciting music to our clients. We advertise heavily and are constantly striving to improve everyone’s bottom line.
We now operate five websites, and here is a link that more fully provides an overview of our business. Please log in first to review this article:
Before we relaunch our Track Campaign service, we will provide more information in a communiquÃ© and in our KB that further explains how the new program will operate. In the meantime, we appreciate the opportunity to respond here at the MLR and send hopes to each of you for a Happy New Year and a big thanks for helping us rock the web.