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Twitter Marketing: How to Pitch Your Band in 140 Characters or Less

Twitter Marketing: How to Pitch Your Band in 140 Characters or Less | music marketing and promotion | Scoop.it

I’m curious: can you describe your band in 140 characters or less?

It’s a good exercise, because the length of a tweet is about how long it would take you to describe your music to someone in-person without having to pause for a deep breath.

 

 

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Music & Money: How to Get Paid What You're Worth

Music & Money: How to Get Paid What You're Worth | music marketing and promotion | Scoop.it
Here's a great lesson if you want to generate the kind of music revenue you know you deserve. I first came across this idea in a blog post titled "How to Get Paid What You're Worth" by Peter Shankman.
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How Danika Holmes Got On the Main Stage of the Heartland Jam Music Festival

How Danika Holmes Got On the Main Stage of the Heartland Jam Music Festival | music marketing and promotion | Scoop.it

I love stories like this that demonstrate what's possible when you mix a little creative thinking with action.

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Pack Your Live Shows & Rock Your Local Music Scene

Pack Your Live Shows & Rock Your Local Music Scene | music marketing and promotion | Scoop.it
Admit it. You want butts in seats and feet in front of the stage. The venue requires beers in hands and lots of transactions at the bar. And the promoter needs to see bodies through the door and lots of ticket sales.
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The Power of Positive Thinking & Artist Development (Brian Thompson, Pt 2)

The Power of Positive Thinking & Artist Development (Brian Thompson, Pt 2) | music marketing and promotion | Scoop.it

What does positive thinking have to do with artist development? Everything! In part 2 of my interview with Brian Thompson, we delve into the important role that mindset plays in your success.

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What To Post On Facebook & Twitter For Music Promotion - hypebot

Do you ever get stumped wondering what you should share with your fans, friends and followers online? Do you ever worry about bombarding your followers with too many updates? Artist Growth recently interviewed me about this and many other music marketing topics.

 

 

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Insights on what to post to reach a wider audience 

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Top 3 Goal-Setting Tips for Musicians

Top 3 Goal-Setting Tips for Musicians | music marketing and promotion | Scoop.it

Attitudes are contagious. That's why it’s a great idea to attend music conferences, networking events, songwriter nights, etc. To reach your goals you should regularly rub elbows with other proactive music people, interact, share resources, and inspire one another.

 

 

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Tells you to get out and activity in the music community to network better 

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Brilliant Marketing Idea: Present a Brag About Your [...] Day!

Brilliant Marketing Idea: Present a Brag About Your [...] Day! | music marketing and promotion | Scoop.it

What a great way to promote others, spread some good will, and bring attention to herself and what she does at the same time!

 

Hmm ... I wonder how a music promoter could use this idea?

 

 

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How to Get Your Emails Opened and Read

How to Get Your Emails Opened and Read | music marketing and promotion | Scoop.it

Putting a question in the subject line of your email can be a great way to create a “hypnotic” message that compels people to open and read it. But not any question will do!

 

The key, Joe says, is to ask a question that can’t be answered unless you dig deeper to find out more.

 

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