Nimbit, a PreSonus company, has announced a major update to its Promo Tool for Facebook and Twitter. They tell us that the Promo Tool will now boost artist sales by providing timed, automatic thank-you messages that include a product discount to fans who redeem free download promotions.
Nimbit believes that many artists lack follow-through and this is a big problem that has limited their success. They say that, as direct-to-fan sales become ever more important to an artist's survival, one thing sticks out more than ever: Most artists are not natural marketers. Musicians want to spend their time making music, and after giving away their music, most don't have the time, discipline, or know-how to follow up and capitalize on their newly captured fans.
To address this problem, Nimbit has unveiled the first of many new features that take a different approach to direct-to-fan tools.
Nimbit president and cofounder Phil Antoniades, told Sonic State, "We know that when artists follow up with an offer after giving away tracks, they create new sales from new fans, but not enough artists do that. We needed to make it easy for them to set up a promotion that will automatically follow up and drive a new fan to a sale. It's up to us to create tools that drive best practices and create supportive customer relationships, and that's the new vision that's guiding the development of the Nimbit platform."
Nimbit's new Promo Tool walks the artist through setting up a variety of discounts, offers them an easy way to add a personalized video, and gives them a multitude of channels to push and promote their offer through Facebook, Twitter, email, text codes, and embeddable widgets. It then lets the artist set up an automated followup offer or reward with a personal message to further engage their fans and drive sales.
Some examples of how artists can use the Promo Tool include:
Pricing and Availability:
The Nimbit Promo Tool is available in both NimbitFree and NimbitPlus accounts. NimbitFree customers are limited to only one active promotion at a time. More information:
I guess I've been trying to recreate a Korg Electribe all this time..