I wrote about this marketing technique in Six-Figure Musician and get a lot of questions about it, so here is a great example from a circus that I hope will provide you with more clarity should you with to use it when marketing your live...
SFX Entertainment chairman and CEO Robert F.X. Sillerman has proposed taking the EDM-focused music promotion company private by buying out all of the outstanding shares not already owned by him for $4.75 per share in cash.
Troy Carter has already successfully tackled artist management, tech start-ups and even his own bottled water. But for his next act, Carter's Atom Factory is venturing into perhaps its trickiest territory yet: business journalism.
It is 2014 and we live in a rapidly globalizing world. Unfortunately, that is not always apparent from the technology press, which focuses primarily on developments in the US. That is not meant as a slight against others who write about technology -- it is just the reality. But thanks to our global and interconnected […]
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