Music marketing platform Topspin is suddenly a lot cheaper for labels and managers wanting to use it for multiple artists. Topspin says the changes are the result of feedback since it launched its open-access offering earlier this year. “The prospect of saddling all your clients with upgrade costs (or eating the fees yourself) is a hard pill for a business to swallow,” is explains in a blog post. The result: a new offer called Label Pricing, where a company pays a flat fee for ten account upgrades on Topspin – the company says this is the most cost-effective way for anyone running three or more Topspin accounts to use the service. “Normally, it would cost a company $5,000 to purchase ten Topspin Plus yearly accounts. With Label Pricing, you get ten upgrade codes for only $1,500. Likewise, ten Topspin Enterprise accounts would run you $10,000 at retail. With Label Pricing, those ten Enterprise accounts cost you a mere $2,500 — a whopping 75% discount.”

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