How do you get your music heard by industry influencers, journalists, bloggers, or even record label executives? How do you get it into the hands of people that could bring your career to the next level? Having some kind of marketing plan will prove invaluable to this process, whether you’re reaching out by email, social […]
Music marketing is what this site is all about! If you don't market your music, you won't get very far in your music career. Read all of the below (or at least those guides relevant to you) and start properly marketing your music today. You can see a top guide on the subject here.
If you’ve been collecting email addresses from your fans for any length of time, you’re already way ahead of where many musicians are. Building a mailing list (also known as a newsletter) is an essential task for all musicians. It will increase the amount of money you make from music, and it will help you […]
If you’re , you can’t just set up a few social profiles and call it a day. Marketing requires a willingness to experiment, to take a long-term perspective, and to calculate your return on investment. If you keep doing the same things over and over and never get a different result, that’s poor marketing. You […]
Landing press coverage can be a daunting task. You know it’s an important component to promoting and marketing your career, but compared to the other marketing strategies required of being an independent musician, it can feel like this one in particular takes up the most time. And has the least amount of results, especially when […]
Podcasts continue to rise in popularity, providing musicians, businesses, marketers, and alike with opportunities to connect directly with their audiences. If you’ve ever thought about podcasting to promote your music – or if you have had the desire to learn more about podcasting – you’re in the right place. In this guide, you will learn […]
Do you know what one of the most effective forms of communicating with fans of your music is? I’ll tell you: sending out a email newsletter. Not Facebook, not Twitter. Why? In short: Email newsletters reach more of your fans, and at a time where they’re ready to sort things out and not just look […]