Tag: music glue
The secrets of successful D2C sales: ‘It is about scale and it is about speed’
Direct-to-consumer (D2C) sales of music, merchandise and tickets have been growing in importance for many artists for some time now. So how is this segment of the music industry evolving? A panel at our Sandbox Summit...
April 29, 2018
Tips for independent artists to make the most of merch
From signed CDs and topical t-shirts to snapbacks and fire-starting jigsaw puzzles, merchandise is a vital income stream for independent artists. How to make the most of it? A panel at AIM’s Indie-Con conference in London...
February 2, 2017
Analysis: what’s the real cost of secondary ticketing?
Chance The Rapper, Iron Maiden, Mumford & Sons, Pixies and more are getting louder and louder about what they see as the scourge of secondary ticketing. They feel fans are being fleeced and a stand has to be made. Beyond...
October 5, 2016
Universal opens new catalogue store
UDiscoverMusic is the new D2C site set up by Universal Music to exploit its considerable catalogue division, with an emphasis not just on high-ticket boxset but also on discovery and contextual analysis of the artists in...
July 29, 2016
Music Glue talks D2C music: ‘We are leaving billions on the table’
Direct-to-consumer (D2C) or direct-to-fan (D2F) marketing and retail are nothing new, but the music industry is walking away from several fortunes by failing to give them a strong user experience, according to Music Glue...
July 25, 2016