2. Jingles – Companies need them for commercials, Radio Stations, do a search and try contacting local ones or blog talk radio hosts and find out if they are interested.
|Cuz jingles like the jg wentworth, Education connection are effin money in the bank for whoever made em.|
3. Find plays in your area, if you are a writer try pitching your music to them, most are looking for new material and you can get paid.
4. Upload your music to sites that pay you per download/upload , “GIVE AWAY” your music by signing up with programs that PAY you to have your fans , friends download the file sharecash.org is a great start
5. Performances– Find a venue try places like coffee shops, bars and charge a fee. Pick a place that doesn’t get a whole lot of traffic, they will be more likely to let you use their place on a slow night split the money that you get at the door with the owner or make an agreement. You have to have a fan base for this as well as a great promotional team and strategy.
6. Digital Stream Broadcasting– When your song is streamed over the web or satellite radio, it is known as a non-interactive DSB (digital stream broadcast). When your song is connected to a music player that users can rewind, fast-forward and play, then it is interactive. Both have to be licensed through a DTR (Digital Transmission Right License), while the interactive DSB has an additional mechanical rights license. Royalties are paid through your PRO and the user of the mechanical license. Source — http://www.makingitinmusic.net/master-of-biz/how-do-i-make-money-from-my-songs-part-2.html
7. Merchandising– Branding YOUR NAME, sell T-shirts for some reason people buy things from people to support them, wristbands, buttons, etc cafepress.com is also great for this. Posters, apps from android phones, black berry etc.