With the rise in the popularity of Instagram, many people are asking if Twitter is still relevant, especially for musicians. The reality is Twitter isn’t relevant for all music genre and/or niches. It all depends on whether your target market is active on Twitter.Read More
Is your brand ready to dive in and make the most of this new pathway for social video? Here's what you'll need to know about how IGTV works and how you can seize on the potential.Read More
Pinterest has become a very sophisticated search engine. You can find DIY instructions on anything from your next home project or how to create a website. So why not do a small search for information on the music business? Here are a five Pinterest accounts you should follow for effective music business insight.Read More
It's a question that creative people have been asking for ages. How do you make a living as an artist? The cliché "starving artist" seems more the norm than a thriving artist. Whether you are a visual artist, fine artist or musician, through technology this doesn’t have to be the case anymore. Check out four ways to make a living as a full-time artist!Read More
If you're a creative--no matter the industry--you need to have good marketing strategies. And for musicians or recording artists in a competitive market, it's essential. The easiest way to do this is through social media. It's a free, easy, and instant way to get the word about your music out. Whether you're already signed to a big label or you're an independent artist, you can make the social media platforms work for you.
Here are four great reasons why all recording artists need social media accounts.Read More
Despite all of the talk surrounding artist royalty payments and album exclusives, Spotify continues to dominate the streaming wars. So whether you’re a major label artist or an indie artist, you need to have your music there. Here are three of the many tactics they use to stand out from the pack.Read More