Post your Bandcamp link maybe more than once during the lead up to the release of your album. Selling 400 is possible!
But what do a lot of bands post?
“Spotify rates are awful,” and also, “listen to our new single on Spotify.”
Neither message will help you sell a fucking album.
I absolutely don’t believe in “no one buys albums” anymore. People are buying albums. They just ain’t buying your album.
1. Don’t ask, don’t get. If you don’t include a link and make it stupid simple to order, you’re not gonna make the sale.
2. Don’t treat it like a commodity. You’re not just selling MP3 files and vinyl records.
3. Supply / demand. There’s a lot of copy cat, generic bands out there. What are YOU doing to set yourself apart?
4. Are you “engaging” your fans? You’re not Radiohead. Take a minute and reply to some of the people who already buy your music and come to your shows. Unpaid interns can hit the Retweet button, which makes it worthless. Take a minute and reply and make someone’s day.
Just my thoughts, as no one has all the answers, or else they’d be a zillionaire. But give yourself a chance: make it as easy as possible for fans to support you.