Music Business

8 Effective Ways to Better Promote Your Next Release

IStock_000019369246XSmall-300x245Carefully planning the release of new material is critical to the success of anyone in the new music business. Looking ahead, utilizing the resources readily available, and fostering connections allow you to get the most mileage out of your time, your talent, and your money. Andy Othling goes into greater detail by outlining 8 effective ways to better promote your next release on

"As artists we spend a lot of time making sure that our songs and
recordings sound great, but I see a lot of people that think their work
ends there. They get their album done, throw it up on iTunes or
Bandcamp, send out a few Facebook or Twitter posts, and that’s it. This
is a HUGE missed opportunity for artists.

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  1. I would also hope that a few recording artists plan to work with a distributor unless your only aiming to be the maker seller inventory in trunk and give your music away kind of participant. For the rest that want to be in digital and physical stores — There’s a time line that most of the distributors and retailers need along with a number of IP and meta/data needs and here’s a hint and if you don’t have a plan for these then you need to get one or not.

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