It’s a very important question which every second singer ask us about that how can he make money with his songs? So, today in this article I am going to describe that How Pakistani Singers Can Make Money With Their Songs? Here, I go
Top 3 Ways for Making Money:
Finally, I am going to mention the top 3 ways by which you can make money with your songs.
1: Monetize Your Videos on YouTube:
If you have developed a proper videos for your songs then this is the most easiest and trustworthy way for making some $ with your video songs. Moreover it will also help you to recoginze and build more fanbase.
All you have to do is that create a proper youtube channel, enable monetization, upload your songs and then share those videos on social media to get views and in return your videos will generate $$$.
2: Sell Your Song on Taazi
Taazi is the first and legal pakistani application which sells the pakistani songs accors the country and worldwide. You can also choose this platform for your promotion. Not just for promotion but for making money as well.
You need to create a page on taazi.com and have to upload your songs in mp3 formats and then you have to force your fans to buy your songs from taazi. One song will cost them 20 rs while taazi will give you the 70% and they will take 30% from the total earning.
3: Submit Your Songs on Patari.pk
Well, on this platform scene for earning is quite different. You need to submit your songs on patari by contacting them via rutaba[@]patari.pk and their team will make some agreements with you. Once your song will be uploaded they will give you a control pannel from where you can check your stats and earning details as well.
So, In this article I have shared 3 best ways for making money with your songs in pakistan and I hope it will help you. If you found this article helpful then don’t forget to give it a share.
This ariticle was sponsered by Zaib Abbasi , CEO at MUZENT.COM (http://www.muzent.com) who recently posted Exclusive Interview With Arslan Sheraz (http://www.muzent.com/exclusive-interview-rj-arslan-sheraz/ )