New Monetization Methods & Growing Superfans with Ranidu Lankage

Ranidu Lankage has a detailed history as a musician and entrepreneur, most recently pioneering the ever-growing tool for musicians known as The Artist Union. In episode 28 of the EDMProdcast, I sit down with him for an excellent conversation that provides actionable monetization methods for musicians, excellent tips for growing a base of ‘superfans’, and important insight into what value a producer can bring to the music community.

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What we talk about:

  • New methods of monetizing versus traditionally selling music
  • The importance of connecting with fans as an independent musician
  • What makes The Artist Union more than just a download gate
  • Growing your potential superfans
  • Providing value to the community as a producer

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Cool things mentioned in the episode:

Ranidu Lankage on the Web:

The Music Marketing Academy

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Note: as a prodcast listener, you’ll also get a free 24-page PDF titled “Understanding the Music Industry” in which you’ll learn about the dynamics of the industry, the importance of booking agents and managers, and more.

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