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Alan Harris

This article makes a couple of excellent points. In our experience, the biggest problem keeping many bands from following this advice consistently is that there is so much going on after the show with breakdown, etc that this truly valuable opportunity gets lost in the mix. That is why Tune Takeout brings our brand ambassadors to our band partners shows. Their only job is to engage your fans. While they primarily sell the downloads we create from your show, they also field questions and collect valuable information for our band partners from the audience. Look us up at http://www.tunetakeout.com to see a model of how we do it. The important thing is that as a band you find ways to implement the points outlined here in the best form or fashion you can. Each show is an opportunity/mechanism to get paid to market yourself. Every other way to do it costs money

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