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Please Appraise: MusicAgency.co.uk

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  1. devolution

    devolution Active Member

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    Hi,

    What do you guys think of the value on this one?

    Regards,

    devolution
     
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  3. DomainAngel United Kingdom

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    Hi

    On its own, your domain has very little value, however, if you were to own themusicagency and both the .com's, your domains are now a possible mini brand.

    You could always sell the domain with a business idea, this would give you a much bigger sales audience.

    eg A site that has a strapline - Well sell your Music, complete songs or catchy ringtones, we can monetize your music! (this could be better of course :p)

    All you need is a basic site where people can submit their audio files, cost less than $50

    There are lots of companies that offer the facility to sell your music, especially ringtone sites, you sign up as a developer, and you submit music, and they offer it for sale worldwide on a revenue share basis. Stats are real time, so you can give your customers their stats and comm's

    You could also have a page that lists tunes and ideas from the composer of where they could be used - Then if anyone needs a custom piece of music for a film, tv or project, they could buy it outright, but in the mean time it could be earning comm's via ringtone sites.

    There are around 10,000 full time music students out there, not all will make it, but lots will have some good stuff that will sell, just do leaflet drops outside major uni's and academies etc

    If you are like me and that sounds like hard work, sell it for £20 :)

    Best of luck!
     
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