Create Your Own Opportunities Marketing Music

Create Your Own Opportunities

No Comments 6 August 2014

On Dotted Music, Cory Wolff gives a personal account about creating your own opportunities for your art: In 2010, I made a decision to leave the career I’d been in for 13 years. From my humble beginnings as the pretzel boy at Lackawanna County Stadium I had worked my way through the restaurant industry as a manager and chef. I ran big restaurants and was successful but by 27 I had enough. It wasn’t what I loved.

Continue Reading
Why Your Band Website Matters More Than Almost Anything Else

Marketing Music

Why Your Band Website Matters More Than Almost Anything Else

No Comments 4 August 2014

Read this great breakdown of the importance of your band website on the HostBaby blog: Let’s face it. The first time most people encounter your music is going to be online.

Continue Reading
Make Photos Tell Your Story

Marketing Music

Make Photos Tell Your Story

No Comments 4 August 2014

When your music photos convey your message as an artist, they’re doing their job! On the Disc Makers Echoes blog, Cheryl B. Engelhardt offers some guidelines that will get your next music photo shoot to be a true snapshot of you.

Continue Reading
What Musicians’ Websites Need

Marketing Music

What Musicians’ Websites Need

No Comments 31 July 2014

Bandzoogle CEO David Defresne talks about the company’s history and the important details artists commonly overlook when building their own websites on the Musician Coaching blog.

Continue Reading
The Planetary Jam

Marketing Music

The Planetary Jam

No Comments 31 July 2014

In this post on the Dotted Music blog, Josh Urban outlines his plan for an interactive tour to harness the power of music, and create a music video with the world.

Continue Reading
5 Things Every Musician Should Know About Copyright

Marketing Music

5 Things Every Musician Should Know About Copyright

No Comments 30 July 2014

New Artist Model contributes on the DIY Musician Blog: Copyright law tends to get thrown under the bus in favor of more interesting topics like marketing and social media, but it’s actually one of the most important things to understand as an indie musician.

Continue Reading
9 Things to NOT Do When Emailing Music Blogs

Marketing Music

9 Things to NOT Do When Emailing Music Blogs

No Comments 30 July 2014

On Digital Music News, Nina Ulloa shares nine things to avoid doing when you’re attempting to reach out to music blogs - especially if you want them to give you some coverage.

Continue Reading
Page 4 of 218‹ First  < 2 3 4 5 6 >  Last ›