of a great pricing model like the one you suggest, that made me donate
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On 3 April 2012 01:06, Kris Calabio wrote:
> I'm sure a lot of you have experience distributing your music under a
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On 3 April 2012 01:06, Kris Calabio <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I'm sure a lot of you have experience distributing your music under a C=
reative Commons license so I'd like some of your thoughts. =A0My band f=
inished recording a full length album recently, and we are planning on rele=
asing it under CC-BY-NC-SA.
Our plan is to sell our album with a "Name your price&q=
uot; deal. =A0But if you choose to pay over a certain amount (like $12 or s=
o) you also get a T-shirt and a sticker (or some other sort of gifts). =A0W=
e have done something like this in the past with our demos. =A0We gave them=
away for free but also accepted donations. =A0A lot of people paid us noth=
ing, but a few people were quite generous!
How do you make money with this sort of license? =A0Has=
anyone done something similar with their pricing model? =A0Are there other=
pricing models that you prefer? =A0What were your experiences, and how wer=
e the results?
I don't have any ex=
perience with using those licenses, but for an example of a great pricing m=
odel like the one you suggest, that made me donate extra, look here: http://sioum.bandcamp.com/