How to get paid in the digital age

Postage and postage rates are going up, and that means more money for music artists.

And it’s not just the big names.

The Post Office is set to raise its minimum wage to $15 per hour starting in April, up from $10 an hour this year.

The U.S. Postal Service will also begin charging artists royalties from music downloads.

And if you’re a big name in the music industry, you may be able to make some extra money by selling your albums online.

Read moreHere are some of the major ways to make money on the digital platform, according to a recent report from The Hill:You’re a popular artistYou might be making a bit of extra money if you sell your songs through streaming services.

For example, SoundCloud and Spotify are both offering free music for subscribers and paying artists a percentage of the sales.

But it’s possible to make more money by making your album available for download on a CD or digital download.

There are also ways to monetize music on Spotify and Pandora, which offer the ability to stream your music on mobile devices.

A few of these digital services charge artists for downloads on the same day as their releases.

For instance, artists can get a discount from Spotify if they sell a certain number of albums before the next release.

You’re making a ton of moneyThe major streaming services charge a flat rate for all digital sales, so the more you sell on a service, the more money you’re going to make.

Spotify, for example, charges $1.99 for each download on Spotify, while Apple Music charges $3.99 per download.

Amazon Prime members get $7.99 a month for every song sold, but that’s not counting Amazon’s free shipping offer, which is $1 per download or $0.99 if the song is free to download.

A good way to make extra money is to offer your music to your fans on social media platforms.

For one song, you can offer your fans a free download of the song on your personal Facebook page or Twitter feed, for instance.

If you’re on YouTube, you could offer free videos to your subscribers.

If you’re an indie artist who’s making money from streaming services, the biggest way to earn money is by selling digital downloads to your audience.

Spotify recently launched a promotion for indie artists that pays out 10 percent of the profits to charity.

You can earn up to 50 percent of your revenue on a sale.

Some of the music artists who use Spotify to make a living are a lot more prolific than others.

Many of the top-selling artists on the service have more than 200,000 songs sold on their albums, and some of their most popular songs are on the top five most streamed songs in the U.K.

A lot of artists on Spotify are streaming artists.

But you’ll still find artists that are also selling albums, selling digital files, and selling their music on other streaming services like Apple Music.

You are an indie-focused artistIt’s possible that some of your fans might not be big fans of your music.

That’s fine, because indie artists are an important part of the indie music scene.

Indie artists are artists that don’t fit into any mainstream category.

For every song that gets a million plays, there are probably two or three songs that are overlooked by mainstream artists, such as the country singer Lady Gaga.

Indie artists make their living selling digital music for free or under $1, which means they’re a little more reliant on a big music company like Spotify for their income.

In 2016, for the first time, artists on Pandora paid their own label $1 million for their albums.

The top-earning artists on digital services make their money by offering their music to fans, and artists like Lady Gaga, Drake, and Adele are all successful by using their popularity as a way to generate revenue.

It’s still very early in the dayBut there are plenty of ways to earn a lot of money by streaming music.

The best way is to promote your music and sell it for free on Spotify.

That way, you’re not competing with the big labels who charge a fee for every single sale, but you can still be profitable.