Photos, links escape Twitter character limit Marketing Music

Photos, links escape Twitter character limit

No Comments 23 May 2016

From the Music 3.0 blog: If you use Twitter for promotion you know that while the 140 character limit seems like plenty, it can decrease rapidly with the addition of a photo or link. Those days may soon be over as the company will soon stop counting photos and links as part of its 140 character limit.

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DropTrack: A New Platform For Sending Your Music To Tastemakers

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DropTrack: A New Platform For Sending Your Music To Tastemakers

No Comments 23 May 2016

via Dotted Music: Paul Loeb is the founder and developer of DropTrack, a web service which helps artists to promote their music to record labels and industry tastemakers. Besides housing, tracking, and streamlining the process of music promotion for producers and bands – the platform allows record labels and DJs to manage demos and music submissions in a centralized location.

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Using Cards and Annotations to build your YouTube fanbase

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Using Cards and Annotations to build your YouTube fanbase

No Comments 23 May 2016

From the DIY Musician Blog: YouTube cards give you a mobile-friendly way to interact with your video viewers.

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Build a Unique Artist Identity

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Build a Unique Artist Identity

No Comments 23 May 2016

On the DJ TechTools blog, Fame House’s Hisham Dahud challenges every DJ, producer, and musician to stand out from the crowd by building a unique artist identity and presenting it to the world – not by comparing yourself and competing with other creators.

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Streaming Music Royalty Primer

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Streaming Music Royalty Primer

No Comments 15 May 2016

Bobby Owsinski shares an excerpt from his Music 4.1 book that tries to clarify some of the misunderstandings by starting with the streaming royalty basics.

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Amazon Video Direct to compete with YouTube, allowing creators to monetize videos

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Amazon Video Direct to compete with YouTube, allowing creators to monetize videos

No Comments 11 May 2016

From the DIY Musician Blog: A new Amazon program called Amazon Video Direct (or AVD) lets video creators post content to Amazon’s video hub, which already serves over 50 million paid Amazon Prime subscribers in the US alone.

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Proof you don’t need a budget to make interesting music videos

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Proof you don’t need a budget to make interesting music videos

No Comments 9 May 2016

From the DIY Musician Blog: Ingrid Michaelson pieced together a music video for her song “Hell No” one snap at a time. It’s fun, cheap, silly, and somehow works with the music.

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