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Can you explain the different ways to get paid on ReverbNation?

I don't understand how I get paid. What's the difference between distro royalties, fairShare, streams and track sales? How much money does the artist make per sale?
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  • Neal (Official Rep) August 03, 2010 13:47
    Sorry you are having trouble.

    Distro Royalties - These are the funds paid to you for the sale of your music on the online retailers like iTunes, Amazon, etc. You would receive these only if you were using the ReverbNation Digtial Distribution service. (More on that service here: (http://www.reverbnation.com/main/over...)

    FairShare- FairShare is free money. It is money that ReverbNation pays you for driving traffic through the site. You can learn about FairShare here: http://www.reverbnation.com/main/over...

    Streams- You would only make money from streams from online retailers that pay out for streams. Currently, I believe this is only Napster and Rhapsody. These would come in with your Digtial Distribution sales reports if you have that service.

    Track Sales - You could make money off track sales from Digital Distribution, or if you sell downloads in your Control Room -- ReverbStore area.

    Artist Money Per Sale - This depends on the retailer used. A full chart can be found in the Digital Distribution FAQ here: http://www.reverbnation.com/controlle...

    Hope that helps!
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