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Do You Need an SMM Strategy to Become a Successful Songwriter?

September 25th, 2018 by

SMM Social Media Marketing SongwritersThere is a lot going on in social networks, and the truth is; no one has a huge presence on these platforms like a celebrity. Be it a fashion icon, a singer, a songwriter or even a movie star, social media has made it possible for both successful and upcoming stars break through the glass ceiling.

Ostensibly, making your presence felt on these platforms is always going to be about marketing one’s self the right way. And that brings me to the gist of this post. Do you need to employ an Social Media Marketing (SSM) strategy to become a successful songwriter? In this post, I will explore this in detail.  let’s get started by setting the record straight on a few things. (more…)

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