They make up the difference through volume

They make up the difference through volume: According to a story linked-to by Rafat Ali of PaidContent.org, Apple makes 4¢ for every iTunes download it sells. So, if I’m making 5¢ on every download via my affiliate iTunes store, where’s that coming from? By the way, sorry my bumper music is missing this morning. Will catch up later.

rexblog bumper music:
Pump up the Volume
(Colourbox)

  • Hudge

    This sounds like something out of Catch-22.
    http://www.milominder.com/

  • lcreekmo

    It’s a profit deal.

  • Hudge

    Newsweek says this is the future of music. Damn. CDs were supposed to be the future of music, and they’d been around a decade at least before I ever bought one. OK, I can wait 9 more years before I start downloading music. Easy.

  • rex

    Gee, Bill. I looked all over Newsweek and I couldn’t find where they said downloading music from the rexblog was the future of music.

  • Hudge

    Maybe it was Time. It’s hard to tell since they always have the same covers. I’m not very brand savvy, either.

  • lcreekmo

    Bill, I have spent a lot of time [you know, in random conversations] defending your demographic and explaining why marketers should be paying attention to you — sheer size, spending power, people’s lifelong predilection to try new things — and you’re blowing it here by saying you just don’t pay attention to that stuff.

    This is why media buyers love 18-29 year old guys. They like “stuff.”