One issue we have experienced though is that once our films hit Amazon and iTunes and Netflix, our personal sales dwindle to a trickle. Don't get me wrong, we love to see our films on these sites as it provides the film with greater exposure and sales. But it hurts to see the sales from our Web site flatline.
In the end, this is a good problem to have as it means your film is available to the world and gaining an audience. And you can do marketing campaigns to drive buyers to your Web site so all is not lost!
Great post. I recently stumbled upon a new Internet project for the arts that looks very promising, called Art of Me. The web address is http://artfme.com/ . It is not trying to sell anything, but rather it seeks to provide an online space where talented actors, musicians, writers, dancers, and other artists, can display and discuss their works, collaborate with each other, and interact with fans.
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