Category Archives for "Musician’s Tools"

Tools, widgets and websites for the online and offline promotion of you, your band and your music

How to Build a Prospect List (Like a Marketer)

This is a guest post. Vincent Clarke is a singer/songwriter and Content Marketing Specialist for USB Memory Direct. Granting a licence for the use of your music to media outlets is a great way to generate significant revenue and help give your career a boost. Films, TV shows, video games and advertisement agencies are always […]

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Analytics for Musicians – Part 2

Steve wrote a great introduction to analytics for musicians a few months ago, which I’ve just updated and added in some extra links. Start there before reading this ‘Analytics for Musicians – Part 2′. Once you’re au fait with the concept of looking at data about your online activity this post should add a few […]

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Do you need a Licence for a Cover Song?

Using someone else’s hit song has often been a way for a new act to get heard and recognised. Covering someone else’s material or song isn’t so much of a problem when performing live, but if you want to record and distribute that song as a record or a download, you’re going to need permission […]

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Radio Airplay Monitoring – What’s in it for you?

What if you could track every play of your music on radio or TV, anywhere in the world….in real time? What could you do with that information? Would it make a difference to your music marketing and promotion efforts? And, what else might you learn if you had this information? Well, you’re about to find […]

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