Facebook Marketing: A to Z Marketing Music

Facebook Marketing: A to Z

No Comments 11 July 2016

[This post on the Disc Makers Echoes blog originally appeared on The Design School Blog at Canva.] You can spend a lot of time on social media and Facebook marketing. This post can help you better understand and focus on important indicators in your social media marketing efforts, from algorithms to zealots, and everything in between.

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6 keys to a good residency gig for musicians

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6 keys to a good residency gig for musicians

No Comments 11 July 2016

From the DIY Musician Blog: Residency gigs — where you perform on a regular basis at the same venue — give you a great way to “stretch out” musically, build a more loyal fanbase, and get a little relief in the booking department (since you’ll be booking a whole series of gigs in one fell swoop).

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How (and why) you should market to your torrenting fans

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How (and why) you should market to your torrenting fans

No Comments 6 July 2016

From the DIY Musician Blog: Depending on your level of success as a DIY musician, you may have dozens, hundreds, thousands, even tens of thousands of fans out there who’ve downloaded your music for free from one torrent site or another. These are people who’ve not paid for the experience of (you hope) enjoying your music.

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Manage the business of music

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Manage the business of music

No Comments 5 July 2016

Read this post from Disc Makers Echoes for introductions to software and online tools that can help you better organize and manage the business of music, giving you peace of mind and more time to invest in your music.

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Most Facebook Videos Listened To With No Sound

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Most Facebook Videos Listened To With No Sound

No Comments 29 June 2016

From the Music 3.0 blog: Many artists and bands have been switching their music videos from YouTube to Facebook lately because of the increase in viewership, but it turns out the viewership numbers might be a big mirage. Facebook videos are said to be getting close to 8 billion views per day on its platform, but that number is in dispute.

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Are high-res audio and $60 CDs the future of music?

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Are high-res audio and $60 CDs the future of music?

No Comments 29 June 2016

From the Disc Makers Echoes blog: Blue Coast Records’ development of Extended Sound Environment recording has created a new niche for the audiophile market through high-res audio streams and CDs.

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Musicians guide to touring Europe without a booking agent or label (Part 1)

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Musicians guide to touring Europe without a booking agent or label (Part 1)

No Comments 27 June 2016

[This article on the DIY Musician Blog was written by guest contributor Brett Newski, an indie-pop songwriter who has toured extensively in Europe.] Touring can be brutal. You know this if you’ve been on the road, especially in America or the UK. Don’t worry. It gets better.

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