Instagram guide for musicians 2022

Instagram is constantly coming out new features that can be difficult to keep up with. Here is an updated guide from our friends at The Orchard to help you navigate. Continue reading

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How to profit from your music this year

Get what you deserve from of of your hard work this year and learn how to make your music pay. A guest post from Horus Music. As an independent artist. Continue reading

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How to to get everyone talking about your music

Your music could be a conversation starter, so why isn’t anyone talking about it? We can improve your word-of-mouth in three easy steps. A guest post by James Shotwell of. Continue reading

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How to set up an official artist channel on YouTube

Having an official page across social media is crucial as an artist, so let’s start with Youtube. A guest post Randi Zimmerman of Symphonic Blog. If you’re an artist on. Continue reading

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One simple thing you must do to get more engagement on a Facebook video post

Did you know that whether you post a link to your video or directly upload it to Facebook makes a big difference on its performance? Here’s how to make sure. Continue reading

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7 effective ways to use videos on your band website

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a video is worth… well we know it is a lot, which is why adding videos to your website can improve. Continue reading

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Why and how playlists can help you market music

Learn how to expand your fanbase by getting music on playlists on Spotify, Apple Music and other streaming platforms. By Angela Mastrogiacomo for Bandzoogle. Every morning I sit down to. Continue reading

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How to distribute a Facebook ad budget across Spotify countries

Whether you are old or new to the music promotion game, expert Brian Hazard of Passive Promotion is here to help successfully distributing your ads across different countries. A guest. Continue reading

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How to get music noticed by (all kinds of) websites

Third-party websites — including blogs, music review sites, and even non-music sites — can help people discover your music. Learn how to target these sites to get coverage and grow. Continue reading

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You released a cover song. Should you spend money promoting it?

If you record a cover of your favorite song, you may want others to see it. Should you put the word out by advertising it? Are you even allowed to?. Continue reading

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