Submitting music to Pandora is easier than ever
Bandzoogle just implemented Google’s new Knowledge Graph format that allows our members to get their upcoming shows listed on the main search page when a fan does a Google search for them.
By Indy Mojo
Here are seven easy steps to writing the perfect outreach email to introduce yourself and your music to a blogger.
1.) Make sure to target people who you think would actually like to listen to your music i.e. confirm that their musical tastes align with your genre (more on that in step five).
Ah, Youtube. Where more than 1 billion unique users visit each month and over 6 billion hours of video are watched each month on YouTube—that’s almost an hour for every person on Earth.
By Disc Makers
To be successful, you need to master social media marketing and be ruthlessly proactive when cultivating a fan base and a musical niche
Talking about yourself is hard. Doing it in 160 characters or less is even harder.
That’s probably why so many of us end up stressed about crafting the perfect professional bio for Twitter – or LinkedIn, Facebook or other social networks.
In the business world, a whole industry has been established around ‘customer relationship management’ or CRM. Fancy acronym, but what’s it really mean and how does it apply to you and your music career? In basic terms, CRM is a plan to understand and manage a brand’s relationship with customers. Using technology, this can get pretty complex, but really CRM efforts all stem from three goals:
Identify, attract and win new customers
Why you should be putting out more music
Gone are the days when you’d record and release a new album every three or four years, throw all your promotional eggs into that one basket, tour non-stop for two years, and then repeat. Everything has changed, from the consumption habits of music fans to the costs and processes of music production.
2013 is over. And while I hope it was a good year for you and your music, I’m sure you want to make 2014 even better, right?
Below you’ll find tips relating to a few different areas of your music career, but I’m sure they’ll all be useful.
And if you apply them all, I guarantee you will take steps forward this year.