From what I read, Nimbit looks Great for prepping the music, into a digital package for sales, on physical media, and encoding for tracking of sales and plays, etc.. Even merchandise.
It does NOT however, appear that Nimbit distributes to the aforementioned type points of sale. iTunes was my largest point of sales by far.
The last time I put an album "out there", was via TuneCore, who did a fine job getting my music into Numerous digital stores, such as iTunes, Amazon, etc.. The iTunes stores were world wide as well.
Does Nimbit assist in selling music via any manner other than your own Nimbit created web store AND/OR physical CD's ?
(This would make it THE one-stop shop for artists to create. make, and sell)
Thanks for reading.
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I'm interested in this as well. I'm getting easy to release a single and don't know a heck of a lot about digital distribution, so a "one stop shop" would be really handy.
My impression is that Nimbit is more for marketing and direct-to-fan sales than for digital distribution. I may end up using both Nimbit and CD Baby (or similar) to cover both aspects.
It would be really nice, though, to be able to handle it all from one hub. I know marketing and distribution is super important, but spending time on that is time I could spend making music
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