(PRWEB) December 18, 2009
"Many producers don't really know what to do with their music, they just make beats and it stays on their computer," says myFlashStore.net founder Wasim Khamlichi. "I want them to take note and know that there is more to being a producer than being either flat broke or a multi-platinum selling producer. There is this untapped middle ground that most producers don't know much about."
In that middle ground, myFlashStore.net is king. Using their beat sale storefronts that currently come in both iStore (modeled after the Mac iTunes store) or SoundStore designs, with more designs to come, producers can upload their beats to myFlashStore.net's servers, then copy and paste a few simple lines of code to add that player onto unlimited websites-including MySpace, SoundClick, Facebook and more.
"Already have a website with lots of customers? Perfect! With myFlashStore you don't need to set up a separate profile on a separate site," says Khamlichi. "You can add it to your existing site…by just copy and pasting some simple code."
A Facebook application has recently been completed allowing producers to market their beats to the 350 million+ active Facebook users.
Using myFlashStore.net members can sell their beats quickly and easily using PayPal and myFlashStore.net's own direct download feature. The site takes no commissions on sales and provides a readily accessible security device designed to stop theft in its tracks. Membership starts at less than $5 a month, with a one month free trial to help new producers get their feet wet.
Most importantly, myFlashStore.net gives producers the chance to decide how they want to sell their beats. The site allows for both exclusive sales, which gives the buyer full rights to the beat and a non-exclusive lease that allows the producer to retain full rights to their music.
myFlashStore.net is a hot property in today's high test marketplace. To learn more about beat sales and their unique storefront opportunities visit http://www.myFlashStore.net.
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