Why Online Merch Stores Are No Longer Optional for Bands | How to Sell More Merch Online

It’s November 2020, and you haven’t played a show in over half a year.

That also means you haven’t sold merch at a show in that same amount of time.

Over the last few years, sales have been moving online – but the pandemic is forcing everyone’s hand to make the jump now.

There’s a reason Amazon is doing more business than ever before.

Are you going to take advantage of this shift and start growing your online merch empire by promoting it on your social media, during your live streams, and to your email list?

Or, are you going to sit idly by thinking, “I don’t need to do this… It’s too much work”?

There’s a clear winner here, and it’s the artist who sells their merch online.

Listen now to learn more about why you need to sell merch online in 2020 and beyond, and how you can increase sales in your existing store!

What you’ll learn:

  • How you’re shooting yourself in the foot if you don’t sell merch online
  • Why it’s good to have merch sources all over the country
  • Why you should never underestimate the power of merch
  • How the pandemic has forced online merch sales to become a necessity
  • Why every store needs to have a free shipping offer
  • How you can increase your sales with two simple techniques
  • What adding value in your customers’ orders does for your business
  • How you can sell more merch by understanding your fans’ needs
  • Why you need to eliminate objections on your site
  • Why sales are sometimes the worst thing you can use to get more orders

Listen now!

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