While you're likely using the social media majors like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to promote your music, you may be frustrated with how little it's done to actually boost your music's performance. In this free workshop, Bobby Owsinski offers some pointers for musicians and engineers on how they can get the most out of marketing their music on social media.
Guest post by Bobby Owsinski of Music 3.0
If you’re like most musicians, artists, songwriters or producers, you’re probably using Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, but find that it’s not really helping you promote yourself or your music as much as you know it can.
That’s because just being on a social network as a typical user isn’t the same as using it like record labels and music marketers do – to promote yourself and your music.
I get questions all the time about social media promotion for music, so I thought I’d create a Social Media For Musicians And Engineers Workshop that covers a number of topics about how to best promote yourself and your music online.
The first video workshop covers all the steps to promote your music on social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. This includes the 5 techniques of how to construct a post to get the most engagement, as well as some examples of how it’s done correctly.
This workshop is totally FREE, but it will only be available for a short time.
If you’re been trying to get more fans, followers, streams and views, you’ll want to watch each installment of this workshop.