How to make an interactive end card Marketing Music

How to make an interactive end card

No Comments 16 June 2016

From the DIY Musician Blog: End cards are a great way to increase your audience engagement, drive more video views, and boost subscribers on YouTube.

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Manage your YouTube channel while on the go

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Manage your YouTube channel while on the go

No Comments 13 June 2016

From the DIY Musician Blog: You’re in the passenger seat of your tour van with the stereo cranked, staring out the window and thinking about YouTube tags. Okay, maybe you’re not thinking about tags. But what better time to do some of the management work on your YouTube channel: changing tags, responding to comments, etc? Because the last thing you want to do when you’re off the road is hop online and stare at a screen.

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Songwriting Tip: You Signed a Deal You Shouldn’t Have. Now What?

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Songwriting Tip: You Signed a Deal You Shouldn’t Have. Now What?

No Comments 7 June 2016

From the USA Songwriting Competition blog: You signed a deal without having a lawyer review it or you didn’t listen to your lawyer’s music industry advice when (s)he told you not to sign. Several months later, you realize that you probably shouldn’t have signed that deal. Maybe you find that your vision isn’t quite in sync with the other party, maybe they haven’t followed through on the promises they made you or maybe they just turned out to be bad people. Now that you have already committed yourself to this agreement, what are your options?

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New Instagram Business Tools

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New Instagram Business Tools

No Comments 1 June 2016

From the Instagram blog: With so many companies using Instagram, and many people on the platform interacting with them, there was a desire from our business community to do more. So we listened. And, after hundreds of interviews with businesses, three key needs became clear—stand out, get insights and find new customers.

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How To Overcome The Fear Of Sharing Your Musical Creations

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How To Overcome The Fear Of Sharing Your Musical Creations

No Comments 1 June 2016

From the USA Songwriting Competition blog: Whether you are interested in writing songs as a hobby or want to turn it into a career, you will need to share your work with others. While this may seem daunting, using tricks that have worked for countless others provides a great foundation for facing your fear. Otherwise, your creations will sit tucked away in a drawer, silent.

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Great daytime gig ideas

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Great daytime gig ideas

No Comments 1 June 2016

Chris Robley writes on the DIY Musician Blog: Musicians, what are the best gigs to play during the day? I got an email from John Bahler, a full-time musician who makes his living playing in nursing homes. He usually performs in the morning and afternoon in the same city with a few hours to kill in between, and he was looking for advice on how to make the most of that time.

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5 ways that bands can benefit from cloud computing

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5 ways that bands can benefit from cloud computing

No Comments 30 May 2016

From Prescription PR‘s Chris Singleton: I’ve often said that being in a rock-and-roll band is like running your own business (somewhat reluctantly, due to the very un-rock-and-roll nature of that statement). But insofar as you’re manufacturing something (music) and trying to flog it, it’s true. And one thing that most successful businesses are relying on increasingly these days is cloud computing.

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