How To Get Your Music onto eMusic and Amazon Mp3

emusicHere at RouteNote we have been trying to improve our service so that artists from all over the world now have access to selling their music online via the worlds largest download stores. Previously we talked about how with RouteNote artists can get their music onto iTunes, but I just wanted to let everyone know that we also distribute to eMusic and Amazon Mp3.

I know that iTunes has over 80% of the digital music download market at the moment, but very slowly eMusic and Amazon Mp3 are closing the gap. eMusic is known for having the worlds largest independent catalogue, while Amazon Mp3 are the new players on the block who are making great strides in a short period of time.

So if you want to get your music onto eMusic and Amazon Mp3 for free then head over to our registration page and signup.

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