Posted: Feb 7, 2022
Category: Career Goals
**Guest post written by Yona Marie, originally featured in her blog.
"Back in the day, you didn’t need much but talent and potential in order to grab the attention of an A&R or label scout. A huge amount of time and money from a label was invested into the artist development process for fresh acts that needed to be groomed for the music world. Now, with so much competition around, musical acts that bring a lot to the table usually outshine those who are talented but less prepared. Here are some tips that will help you reach the top of the ladder among other musicians and artists who are on the front lines for opportunities."View Full Article
Posted: Nov 1, 2021
**Guest post written by Cyber PR, originally featured on the Cyber PR Blog.
Posted: Jan 2, 2019
Category: The Musician Business
**Guest post written by PJ Taei, the founder of Uscreen.
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"With the number of streaming video sites and over-the-top services available today, starting your own online course on literally any topic has never been easier than it is right now...creating an online music course is a good idea for a wide range of different reasons, all of which are worth exploring."
Posted: Apr 24, 2017
**Guest post written by Matt Bacon, originally featured on IndependentMusicPromotions.com.
Posted: Feb 22, 2016
Category: Selling Music
**Guest post written by Corey Koehler, an indie singer-songwriter from Minnesota, as featured in his blog MusicGoat.com.
"For the past 30-40 years musicians have been releasing albums. Many times the time between those albums was a year or more. Many bands and musicians these days still model their own release schedules after this same one. This is a mistake. These days you should be learning how to release a single and doing it often. Here's why..."View Full Article