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(Online Fundraising / Crowdsourcing / etc.)
 
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[http://www.tribeofnoise.com/ Tribe of Noise]
[http://www.tribeofnoise.com/ Tribe of Noise]
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== Pledgie ==
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[http://pledgie.com/ Pledgie] Careful of cc attribution license.
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== CD Baby ==
== CD Baby ==
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Do we need a Brit Member for this?
Do we need a Brit Member for this?
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== Fundable ==
 
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[http://fundable.org/ Fundable Online Fundraising]
 
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== Kompoz ==
== Kompoz ==
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Digital Productions Blog Post on Selling Music Recordings. Similar thoughts to the Swarm Of Angels folks.
Digital Productions Blog Post on Selling Music Recordings. Similar thoughts to the Swarm Of Angels folks.
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== House Concerts ==
== House Concerts ==
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[Open Music Business Models http://p2pfoundation.net/Open_Music_Business_Models]
[Open Music Business Models http://p2pfoundation.net/Open_Music_Business_Models]
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== RocketHub ==
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== Chemical Ltd ==
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[http://rockethub.com/ RocketHub]
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[http://www.chemical-records.co.uk/sc/yousell Chemical Ltd - You Sell]
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"We have developed a new and exciting platform on which you can sell your digital media on your own terms, with clear financial rewards.
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    You upload your digital media to our servers through our easy to use seller account interface.
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    Customers purchase and download it through our online store or through your own customisable homepage.
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    You get paid
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Get PAID (as much as 87% of the sale price)
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We aim to pay the maximum amount of revenue possible to all sellers. All we take is an 8% (10p minimum) handling fee from your sale price, to cover bandwidth charges / administration, etc. Bank charges for credit card processing and music publishing royalties (if appropriate) are deducted separately."
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=Online Fundraising / Crowdsourcing / etc. =
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== Fundable ==
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[http://fundable.org/ Fundable Online Fundraising]
== Kick Starter ==
== Kick Starter ==
[http://www.kickstarter.com/ KICKSTARTER] Only good for US based bands / artists now it seems.
[http://www.kickstarter.com/ KICKSTARTER] Only good for US based bands / artists now it seems.
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== RocketHub ==
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[http://rockethub.com/ RocketHub]
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"RocketHub is the world's funding machine. RocketHub is an international and open community that has helped thousands of artists, scientists, entrepreneurs, and philanthropists raise millions of dollars."
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== artistShare ==
== artistShare ==
[http://www.artistshare.com/home/default.aspx artistShare]
[http://www.artistshare.com/home/default.aspx artistShare]
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"What is ArtistShare?: ArtistShare is a platform that connects creative artists with fans in order to share the creative process and fund the creation of new artistic works."
== Create a Fund ==
== Create a Fund ==
[http://www.createafund.com/index.php?route=home Create a Fund]
[http://www.createafund.com/index.php?route=home Create a Fund]
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"NPO's use CreateaFund to collect money online for all sorts of projects, causes, events and activities."
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[http://www.chipin.com/ Chip In]
[http://www.chipin.com/ Chip In]
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"ChipIn is a Web-based service that simplifies the process of collecting money from groups of people. We make this process quick, easy, and secure, and we provide organizers with numerous ways to get the word out about their ChipIn event."
== IndieGoGo ==
== IndieGoGo ==
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[http://www.kapipal.com/ Kapipal]
[http://www.kapipal.com/ Kapipal]
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"People worldwide use Kapipal to raise money for projects, presents, group purchases, charity, and any other dream!"
== PledgeBank ==
== PledgeBank ==
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Ouch 15% on first project, 10% for later projects. Why does everyone seem to want such a large percentage for doing so little? Can't they get some efficiency going and make it up with volume? (I need to go through and document the fees wanted by everyone - dR)
Ouch 15% on first project, 10% for later projects. Why does everyone seem to want such a large percentage for doing so little? Can't they get some efficiency going and make it up with volume? (I need to go through and document the fees wanted by everyone - dR)
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== CreateSpace ==
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== GoFundMe ==
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[https://www.createspace.com/ CreateSpace]
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[http://www.gofundme.com/ GoFundMe]
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== Rock The Post ==
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[http://www.rockthepost.com/ Rock The Post]
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"Rock The Post is a social networking platform for entrepreneurs to fund and swap resources. The free site is a great tool for entrepreneurs to leverage their networks and reach new ones, to fill the missing pieces of their projects. The crowdfunding and crowdsourcing site is the ideal resource for startups and companies ramping up."
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== peerbackers ==
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[http://peerbackers.com/ peerbackers]
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"peerbackers is a new way to fund entrepreneurs. It is an online funding platform that allows business owners to raise capital from their “peers”—in small increments—in exchange for tangible rewards to those who contribute."
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=Online Selling =
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== Sellfy ==
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[Sellfy: Simple way to sell digital products you create. http://sellfy.com/how_it_works]
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= Doing It =
== Josh Woodward’s Top 5 Tips for Artist Exposure ==
== Josh Woodward’s Top 5 Tips for Artist Exposure ==
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[http://blog.jamendo.com/2011/09/08/josh-woodwards-top-5-tips-for-artist-exposure/ Josh Woodward’s Top 5 Tips for Artist Exposure]
[http://blog.jamendo.com/2011/09/08/josh-woodwards-top-5-tips-for-artist-exposure/ Josh Woodward’s Top 5 Tips for Artist Exposure]
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== Misc Links ==
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== Your Face Is A Saxophone ==
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[http://yfias.com/ Your Face Is A Saxophone]
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= Misc Links =
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== CreateSpace ==
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[https://www.createspace.com/ CreateSpace]
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     * [http://www.techdirt.com/articles/20090130/1931253587.shtml Dispensing With Some Myths About The Poor Poor Songwriters Decimated By Piracy]
     * [http://www.techdirt.com/articles/20090130/1931253587.shtml Dispensing With Some Myths About The Poor Poor Songwriters Decimated By Piracy]

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