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Branding is a hot button topic amongst artists and entrepreneurs alike these days. Whether it’s choosing your name, designing your signature logo or fine-tuning your personal image, branding can make or break an artist or company. At first glance, branding can seem confusing, but by using a few key steps it can become pretty simple.
With just about everyone and their mother on Facebook and Instagram, it is vital for up and coming artists to use social media to its fullest capacity. It’s one of the most effective methods for attracting new fans, as well as satisfying current fans with news about upcoming events, new music and other releases. Check
YouTube is often treated as an afterthought by many aspiring artists and musicians, who mistakenly use it more as placeholder for an occasional video or random concert footage, instead of what it really is: an interactive dialogue between you and your fans. Over the last few months, we have discussed cultivating your YouTube audience, now
We regularly discuss the importance of having a strong social media presence, but actually socializing with your fans in-person trumps everything. Let’s paint the picture: You are at the venue, the show is over and you just killed your set. Adrenaline is high, but your job is not over yet! You’ve put your heart and
You’ve spent countless hours rehearsing, recording, mixing and mastering your songs. Now what? Where do you start? This is a question many independent artists find themselves in once the recording process is finished. What better place to start experimenting on audiences than at your local college campus? Most colleges have their own on-campus student-run radio
Today we are going to focus on one of the most effective social media platforms, Instagram. Insta fame is something that everyone covets, and with the right strategy, is easy to achieve! Instagram has become a favorite amongst the key target audience for music (18-24 year olds), so it’s more important than ever to learn