Posted: Jul 20, 2020
Category: Social Media
**Guest post written by Eddie of The Entrepreneur Drummer, an online blog/resource dedicated to teaching business education to session musicians.
"Facebook now makes the majority of its revenue through selling advertising however it's a dangerous game to get into, especially if you're a novice. A whole array of deep-diving settings and unknown terminology means that it's very easy for you to lose a LOT of money very quickly. Don't fret though, I've found a great way to find new clients on Facebook for absolutely free, all it costs you is your time."View Full Article
Posted: Feb 11, 2019
Category: Music Streaming
**Guest post written by Chris Senner, keyboardist for Vinyl Theatre and founder of Keyboard Kraze.
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"Everyone knows that Spotify is one of the most important platforms for musicians in today's day and age. However, most people don't understand why...The Spotify Artists App allows musicians to track their results and see cold hard numbers on what a song that is connecting looks like."
Posted: May 16, 2016
**Guest Post by Paul Loeb, founder and CEO of No Ego Records and DropTrack. Originally featured on The DIY Musician.
"It’s hard to believe it’s been over 12 years since the launch of Facebook. Love it or hate it, social media is here to stay. That’s good news for marketers, musicians, and entrepreneurs. You have this incredible platform to reach every one of those followers you painstakingly cultivated. Or do you?"View Full Article
Posted: Jan 13, 2014
**Guest post written by Brandon Swift, musician and creator of Yovigo.com.
Music marketers and artists who have come after The Grateful Dead have been trying to emulate this marketing model since the group's success with it. The model casts a wide net of influence for any artist or group hoping to make a serious mark in the music industry. Here are some reasons giving away your music works so well and has the power to help those who are willing to make a considerable profit.View Full Article
Posted: Feb 18, 2013
**Guest post from bandzoogle.com.
During the last few years, musician website and marketing platform Bandzoogle have reviewed thousands of musician websites, and often, the same issues come up over and over again. So they've released a free eBook called "Quick Fix! 12 Ways to Instantly Improve Your Band Website".View Full Article