12 Tips To Handle Musician Social Media Overload

Facebook, Twitter, YouTube…the list goes on. Dozens of social media that artists use to connect with fans and market themselves. Great tools, but tiresome if you have a billion other. Continue reading

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8 Reasons Why You Need To Have Your Own Website

On Music Think Tank, Michael Brandvold explains the importance of having your own website. All your social media accounts should lead back to one thing: your website. “Your website is. Continue reading

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This Week on MTT: The Facebook Dilemma

Several great essays appeared on MTT this week: Hillary Brown: Essential Content For Your Band's Website Paul Schatzkin: The Facebook Dilemma Ariel Hyatt: Turning TV Placements Into Fan Engagement Part. Continue reading

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This Week on MTT: Death of the Album Format, Social Media & Websites, Ticket Price Ceiling

This week on Music Think Tank, Bobby Owsinski posted six reasons why the album format died. Michael Brandvold explained how to use social media with an official website by using. Continue reading

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Breaking Through The Clutter: A New Artist’s Perspective On The Music Industry

The music industry is going through major changes. Some say that this is the best time to get into the music industry while others think the opposite. No matter what,. Continue reading

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CommerceSocial, Music Management, Facebook Ad Failures, Michael Laskow, & Steve Jobs Diss

This week on Music Think Tank, Michael Brandvold introduced the new tool, CommerceSocial, that allows fans to buy music directly from social media sites like Facebook. None Like Joshua wrote. Continue reading

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Social Is Not Just About Sharing, It’s Also Commerce

Michael Brandvold introduces the new tool, CommerceSocial, that allows for artists to sell their music directly to fans on a Facebook post. This innovative tool utilizes word-of-mouth recommendations that are popular. Continue reading

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