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Crowd-funding: Groundbreaking Record Label Your Music Company Strikes Gold in Ca

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Revolutionary record label Your Music Company continues growing in the United States. Recently, California became the fifth state to adopt the innovative, crowd-funding music business model that pays royalties, and transforms music fans into entrepreneurs. This platform allows people from anywhere in the world to invest money in an artist’s album, and receive a profit in return through royalty payments from the artist’s album and single sales.

To help ensure success, Your Music Company is a label with a team of experienced music marketing and promotions professionals who strategize and execute campaigns that maximize an artist’s accomplishments. As a measure of greater assurance to the investor, if an artist does not reach his/her funding goal within a three-month period, the investor will be reimbursed.

Your Music Company welcomes fans worldwide to become music entrepreneurs, and to have a partnership with the artist and the record label. The process is simple: 1.) Explore the artists on the website and listen to their submitted demos; 2.) Select an artist; 3.) Invest a minimum of Ten dollars ($10); 4.) Gain ownership of a royalty percentage from the investment; and 5.) Make money.

The money invested by fans pays for the recording of a professional CD for commercial release with award-winning music producers, and the filming of a music video. Once the CD and video is completed, Your Music Company funds and implements a marketing campaign, which includes Traditional PR, Social Media Marketing, Radio Promotion, Video Promotion, Tour Support and Film/TV Licensing. Visit http://www.yourmusiccompany.com to partner with Your Music Company and get started.

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