How To Get Music Bloggers To Respond To Your Email

Constantly bombarded with emails from artists confident their music is the next big thing, it can often be difficult to get music bloggers to offer up any kind of reply. Continue reading

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Teaser, Pseudo and Lyric Videos Need To Be Part of Your Content Strategy [Music Biz Weekly Podcast]

John Andosca from Hitmanmusic.net join Michael Brandvold and Jay Gilbert on this week's Music Biz Weekly podcast to explore the importance of teaser, pseudo and lyric videos in your content. Continue reading

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How Often Should You Release New Music?

Here Hugh McIntyre explores the two sides of an issue many independent artists struggle with: how frequently to release new music and how releasing music often, and releasing music rarely both. Continue reading

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Beyond YouTube View Counts: Watch Time, Subscribers Drive Growth

Watch time an important but misunderstood concepts that affect the health of your YouTube channel and videos. While many creators focus exclusively on view counts, YouTube prioritizes watch time when it’s deciding how. Continue reading

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12 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Posting On Social Media

As I've said many times here and in my book Social Media Promotion For Musicians, just being on a social network doesn't mean that you're using it effectively for promotion. There's. Continue reading

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Why Every Artist Should Be Live Streaming (And How to Do It)

As industry experts tout the benefits of live streaming, the medium is charging up interest and success for many artists. Musicians are now spending hours not just in front of the. Continue reading

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6 Steps To Tracking Social Media In Google Analytics

Your website is the cornerstone of your business’ online presence. Alongside your website is its helpful sister, social media. Your social media and website presence should be integrated with one another in. Continue reading

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