YouTube Spam Purge Lowers Subscriber Many Counts

YouTube is cleaning up problem videos, spam comments and spam subscriptions on the platform. As a result, many creators are seeing a significant drop in subscribers numbers. YouTube explained the. Continue reading

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Facebook’s New Band Page Insights Can Tell You If You’re Reaching Your Fans

Over the summer Facebook has been working on new Page Insights, the analytics dashboard for your Band Page on Facebook, and they're finally making it available to all users. There. Continue reading

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MusicThinkTank Weekly Recap: Going Nowhere & More

Where The Music Industry Thinks Out Loud   Jon Ostrow & Ariel Hyatt: 6 Shocking Reasons Your Facebook Fans Aren't Engaged [Part 2 of 2] James Moore: Going Nowhere –. Continue reading

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Going Nowhere: The Pitfalls Of The “Facebook Band”

Have you spammed Facebook by posting a link to your band’s website or other links to your music? According to James Moore, you may be considered a “Facebook band”. Being. Continue reading

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Musician Website Quick Fix #8: Use a Contact Form

Guest post from musician website and marketing platform Bandzoogle. When musicians put contact information on their websites, most will include a hyperlinked email address. It seems like the easiest, most logical. Continue reading

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Bands – Don’t Contact Me, Unless…

Do you ever get emails that start with something like: Hey, my name is [insert artist name here] check out my music….? Joey Flores, Co-founder and CEO of Earbits, gets. Continue reading

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Exactly How NOT To Use An Email List

There are effective ways to use your email list and then there is spam. On Music Think Tank, Jeremy Belcher shares an example of how NOT to use an email. Continue reading

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Broadcast Is Over

Have your Facebook friends spammed you before with videos or photos promoting their music? This can be irritating even though they have permission to market to us because this kind. Continue reading

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