Monetizing A Revolutionary Model

March 10, 2009 at 12:23 am Leave a comment

I must say, I am very excited about the huge buzz that is going around the world regarding the great, tried and true opportunity we’re beginning to offer to such amazing new artists and record labels. Here in this post I will try my best to briefly answer the question that is on everyone’s minds: How will WaTunes make money? Below are streams in which the company will earn sufficient revenue:

A.) WaTunes 3
With the power of WaTunes 3, WaTunes will be able to earn revenue based on our media software & upcoming music store. This will probably be the company’s primary source of revenue as we gear to draw in a prominent user base specifically to reveal this new service. WaTunes 3 will provide ringtone links, premium downloads, and subscription plans.

B.) Ad Revenue
This seems to be the focus on a lot of blogs and media sites. The truth is that Advertisements will not be WaTunes primary source of revenue. Though Ad Revenue will play a crucial role to the company’s success story, we believe that this sector will not benefit WaTunes services alone.

These are just a few concepts that WaTunes will provide in the near future to the users of the site along with obvious basic social networking elements. One of the key concerns I’ve saw from a lot of commentors were the assumption of maintaining a model like this based on high maintenance cost. I am very grateful to say that our maintenance cost is very low and very managable. I hope what I’ve stated can put some minds at ease on the upcoming future of the company.


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