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This is a guest post. Vincent Clarke is a singer/songwriter and Content Marketing Specialist for USB Memory Direct. If you’re wondering how to promote music on Reddit this article will show you the way. Luckily for musicians with great music, Reddit is an excellent way to promote your music. It’s difficult to describe Reddit as […]Continue reading
This is a second guest post from the very knowledgeable Nick Lewis. Nick is MD of online mastering studio Brighton Mastering. It’s easy to hear stories about Michelle Shocked being discovered thanks to a warped dictaphone recording and Justin Bieber’s YouTube genesis and think that your music will shine through even the most woeful of […]Continue reading
This is a guest post. Nick Lewis is a digital strategist working on behalf of Zimbalam – leaders in digital music distribution. One of the first things everyone learns about social networking is the importance of keeping up a regular stream of content. This can be daunting for people more interested in micro-tones than micro-blogging, […]Continue reading
This is a guest post. Chris Rockett is a musician and music marketing consultant from London who uses Direct-to-Fan marketing tactics to help level the playing field between DIY musicians and major label artists. Feel free to follow along on his Music Marketing Blog or Facebook Page. A common email I get from up and […]Continue reading
This post on songwriting tips is from Ben Cooper. Ben is a professional songwriter living in Nashville, TN. Read more at The Songbird Project. “Keep writing.” This is how I sign off every time I post something on my blog, The Songbird Project. Why do I do this? Well, because I know from experience that […]Continue reading
A Guest Post by Bas Grasmayer To the readers of the Make It In Music blog, I would like to present my paper looking into some of the best practices of the online promotion of new music releases. The paper identifies trends at play in the online practices of music promotion, looks at five different […]Continue reading