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How Email Marketing Can Improve Your Music Promotion

August 5th, 2018 by

email marketing music promotion audience fansIf you are a young musician, your biggest issue is probably marketing. You are not sure how to do it – after all, you are a creative person, not a marketer.

But, with a few easy tips, you can learn how to market your music like a professional – especially by learning the power of a great email marketing campaign.

Here are some of the tips that can help you out: (more…)

7 Awesome Ways to Market Your Music Online

June 14th, 2018 by

Online music marketingMusic publishing used to be reserved for those who are discovered and supported by a big record label. Nowadays, with internet exposing more people to indie artists, anyone can publish their music online and find a substantial audience.

However, to get to that audience, it will take much more than just producing good music. You may be talented, but your music could be forgotten due to all of the content available. This is why you need to be present online, communicate, and basically, market your product.

There are many great way to do this – what you need to do is pick those that work for you. Producing music and being all alone in the feat of presenting it to an audience is quite hard at times, but here are some ways that you can make it much simpler: (more…)

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