Ryan Kairalla

MGT103: Declare Your Independence As An Artist – Ryan Kairalla

Ryan Kairalla, an entertainment lawyer and author of the “Break The Business” book and podcast, talks about (not) trusting record deals, opening your own record label, new promising platforms for musicians, predictions for 2018, and more.

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SEO Checklist For Musicians

It’s not easy figuring out how to start optimizing your band’s presence in search engines. So we took all of our SEO advice and broke it down into one handy checklist.

Janette Berrios

MGT102: How To Get Featured On Spotify – Janette Berrios (Symphonic Distribution)

Janette Berrios, a Director of Marketing at Symphonic Distribution, explains how you get featured on digital music stores and streaming platforms and shares lots of tips and tricks on getting the most out of Spotify as an artist.

Inflyte founders Paul McConnon & Paul Hamill

MGT101: Fixing Promo Music Delivery For Labels – Paul Hamill (Inflyte)

Paul Hamill, CEO of Inflyte, talks on how this music delivery platform has been helping their clients get more and better feedback on promo submissions, and shares outreach tips applicable to indie artists handling PR themselves.

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MGT100: Making Music Distribution Simple – Philip Kaplan (DistroKid)

Philip Kaplan, a serial entrepreneur and founder of DistroKid, talks about releasing over a thousand albums per day with a team of less than 10 people, how easy distributing your music should be, mortality, and more.

Tim Heineke

MGT99: Messenger Bots For Musicians – Tim Heineke

Tim Heineke, the founder of the POP messenger bot builder, explains what a messenger bot is and isn’t, and makes it obvious how the Messenger is becoming a key channel in Direct To Fan marketing, already being more effective than social media and even email in many ways.