How does Amazon respond to Apple’s increasing the size, and dropping the price of, its DRM-free music store? By promising you free money, of course.
Amazon was quick to point out yesterday that its affiliates can earn up to 20 percent, or up to $1.50, per album or song sold on its AmazonMP3 online music store. (Compare that to the 5 percent that affiliates can make from iTunes.)
All this talk of indie labels having jumped on board the DRM-free bandwagon… well, why isn’t Sleater-Kinney part of that deal? I’m thinking back to albums that I’ve actually bought over the past few years and The Woods is certainly one of the few.
Amazon rallies associates to battle Apple’s iTunes share [AppleInsider]