How to Write Engaging Newsletters: Ariel Hyatt’s Greeting, Guts & Getting

According to research firm, Chadwick Martin Bailey, most people still prefer to use email to pass along items of interest. The study found that 86% of respondents said they used. Continue reading

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MusicThinkTank.com Weekly Recap: First Impressions Count & Much More

Where The Music Industry Thinks Out Loud Glen Brown: Why Play on the Facebook Freeway? Meet Me In My Inbox Instead. Bruce Warila: Who wins the race for investment money,. Continue reading

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Why Play On The Facebook Freeway? Meet Me In My Inbox Instead.

Artists have a multitude of options to communicate with fans. On Music Think Tank, Glen Brown talks about how email can be more useful than social media when contacting people. Continue reading

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The Science Of Email Timing

Many artists utilize email to market themselves and engage with fans. Email marketing is a great tool, but do you know when the best time is to send your emails?. Continue reading

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MTT Weekly Recap: Why You Should Give Your Music Away For Free

Where The Music Industry Thinks Out Loud Rich Gordon: The importance of good email standards Jeremy Belcher: Why You Should Give Your Music Away for Free Leena Sowambur: Goal Setting. Continue reading

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The Importance Of Good Email Standards

The majority of people still use email to communicate with others. Email can be used to get a point across, but if written poorly, confusion and bad etiquette can occur.. Continue reading

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Facing The Music Industry As An Independent Artist

Industry professionals and artists have different mind sets. Artists try to get the attention of industry professionals by calling, e-mailing, and mailing constantly usually not getting anywhere. On Music Think. Continue reading

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Why No One is Reading Your Newsletter

You’re a musician and have collected a list of email addresses and started sending out newsletters to these potential fans. This is great, but are people reading your newsletter or. Continue reading

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