Give your fans a little something more.
Digital Booklets are a great, low cost way to share even more content with your fans. With the quick growth of digital music and the lack of a physical product, many music fans have expressed that they miss the ability to flip through the album booklet that would traditionally be packaged with a CD. iTunes has solved this industry dilemma, and now allow consumers that same ability, but this time in a digital format.
Digital Booklets take the place of the traditional physical CD booklets (i.e.: the multiple page booklets that normally would contain lyrics or other biographical information as well as pictures of the artist). They are attached to your album in the iTunes Music Store, and when a customer purchases your album they receive the Digital Booklet for that album free of charge. They can then view that artwork from within iTunes or some other .PDF viewer.
One of the main benefits of the Digital Booklet for an artist or label, is that in order to download it from iTunes, the customer must purchase the entire album (not just one song) which is likely to increase revenue due to the demand for the booklets.
If you are interested in attaching a digital booklet to your new album submission, we would highly recommend searching for an album in iTunes that has one and then purchasing that album so you can see what they look like and their format.
Once you create a digital booklet that meets these requirements, you can select the optional iTunes Digital Booklet Service ($99.00) during the album submission process and then upload the digital booklet following checkout.
What others are saying about Catapult
"...Where other digital distributor payouts were laughably small, Catapult's were more than fair and actually skewed rates in the artists' favor; imagine that. I'm glad to be associated with these folks. Their payouts are prompt (once a month on the dot) and they are accessible whenever I have questions/concerns, unlike many other faceless corporations whose empty promises of customer service fail once they get your money."Eric Peters - Independent Artist