Marketing Methods By Tom Colohue. Part Eighteen: Series Conclusion

IIf you’re here to look into new and different methods by which you can market your band or artist, you’ve come to the right place. I’m Tom Colohue, and this is Marketing Methods; your guide to traversing the basics of the marketing world while avoiding the pitfalls, the traps and the unreasonable arseholes in it.

Well ladies and gentlemen, it’s been a hell of a ride, but all good things must come to an end. I’d like to thank our own Andrew Apanov for giving me the push to get this done through laptop breakdowns, communication breakdowns and deadlines before I go on.

So, to re-cap on everything that we’ve covered so far:

  • Understand Your Target AudienceCreate A Unique Performance
  • Establish Your Reputation
  • Draw A Crowd
  • Get The Name Out There
  • Create Your Own Website
  • Debate The Dirty Image
  • Don’t Forget The Individual
  • Use The Competition
  • Branch Out
  • Consider Detail In Interviews
  • Consider The Small Things That Matter To Big Business
  • Be Yourself, While Being Professional
  • Consider Managers Or Agents
  • Draw Interest Through Release
  • Avoid The Sell-Out Label

All of this has been covered in each of the individual articles, giving quick tips and brief advice on the best way to handle each piece of the puzzle. If there’s anything you’re not sure on, or wish to brush up on, just go back to the relevant article and review. If you’d like more detail, don’t hesitate to send me a quick e-mail about it.

This has been Marketing Methods, and I’ve been Tom Colohue. Thank you, as always, for reading. I look forward to seeing more and more bands, complete and well marketed, as they emerge into the world.

Go forth, and rule the world.

Tom Colohue is a writer from Blackpool, England. Though he specialises in Fiction, he also writes music theory articles, and new media articles based primarily on the internet. On occasion, these also intermingle. He is well recognised by numerous critics and analysts for his integrative descriptive work and his cynical textual mannerisms. For more information, Tom Colohue keeps a Facebook Fan Page, which contains updates from new articles and his personal blog, Mental Streaming. This page can be found via this link.