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Marketing Tips For Music Artists on the Road

Going on the road as a music artist is an exciting, busy, and even exhausting experience. You’ll be playing a lot and may have other obligations, too, like album signings or meet-and-greets. It’s a lot to juggle, and it’s easy for your marketing efforts to get pushed to the side during this busy time.

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How Drones Are Helping Musicians Create Better Experiences for Fans

These unmanned aerial vehicles have tons of potential uses, and have been used both recreationally and to deliver an upgraded experience in a variety of entertainment platforms.

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Three Simple Tips And Tricks To Promote Music Using Video

As an artist, it is important to make the most of what you have. Taking control of where and how you publish is important – and what is more important is publishing in video format across all platforms. Here are some ideas on how to create great video content yourself.

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Booking More Gigs by Getting Creative with Nontraditional Venues

If your band is going on tour, chances are there are a lot of people you will need to get in contact with, especially if you’re booking the shows yourself.

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How To Effectively Integrate Facebook Event Marketing

If you’re a young artist who’s new on the scene, you won’t be able to make it anywhere in the music world if you can’t draw people to your shows and performances. For many younger artists, Facebook events are primarily the way they bring people out to such showcases.

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How We Crowdfunded $18K With No Experience Or Fanbase, Phase 5: Launch It And Make Everyone Y’all Know Cry

Here’s who to reach out to, how, and when once your campaign is live.