MTT Weekly Recap: Let’s Talk About Google+ For Artists

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Let’s Talk About Google+ For Artists

Google+ has an estimated 18 million users after one month of existence with more people signing up everyday and a mobile app. What does Google+ offer for artists to connect. Continue reading

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Music Marketing on Google+?!? Resistance is Futile!

I'm trying to get used to Google+ because I consider it an inevitable part of my future. In fact, Google+ will eventually have to be a part of most music. Continue reading

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Is The Future Of Music In The Clouds?

Music in cloud services and music subscriptions are being touted as driving the next wave of music innovation and consumption. On Music Think Tank, Shachar Oren shares his skepticism of. Continue reading

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The New Music Industry is Not Coming

According to Taurean Casey on MusicThink Tank, the new music industry is already here. Different business models are reshaping how we market and distribute music. Change is inevitable and the. Continue reading

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SEO for the Discerning Musician

On Music Think Tank, Christopher Davis demystifies the notion of search engine optimization (SEO). In his post, he gives ways that artists can make their websites, blogs, etc. more search. Continue reading

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Choosing A Band Name So You Will Be Found Online

Chris Bolton writes on Music Think Tank about the importance of choosing the right band name. Bands need to choose a unique name that fans can find easily online. Throughout. Continue reading

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Writing Well, Dominance of Myspace, SoundOut, Andrew Dubber & Music Basti, & What Is A Brand

This week on Music Think Tank, we explore the importance of writing well to help your music career; the dominance of Myspace on Google results; the music service SoundOut; Andrew. Continue reading

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Myspace Still Rules Google Search Results

To some, MySpace is becoming increasingly obsolete. However, their redesign could turn the ship around. One thing is for sure though, they still dominate Google Search. Curious about what websites. Continue reading

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