In this episode of the Music Marketing Manifesto Podcast, CD Baby founder Derek Sivers, joins us to discuss how he transitioned from musician to owner of the world’s largest distributor of independent music. He also discusses some of the defining patterns and traits he observed in their best selling artists.
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CD Baby Founder, Derek Sivers, on the Habits of Successful Independent Musicians: Podcast Episode 13Play Now | Play in Popup
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