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7 Best Practices For Using Facebook Live

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Facebook Live is a boon to artists and bands everywhere who want to reach their Facebook fans. That said, there are some best practices in using the platform, according to Facebook’s Media Blog. Here’s what they suggest: 1. Alert friends and followers in advance about plans to broadcast live, in order to build up anticipation. 2. Ensure […]

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February 28, 2019

9 New Rules For Success In Today’s Music business

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We’ve gone through a mighty change in the music business over the last 10 years, and it keeps on morphing and evolving every day. Since these changes are constant, many of the old school rules pertaining to success in the music business no longer apply. Here’s an excerpt from the latest edition of my Music […]

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December 20, 2018

10 Basic Concepts For Success In Today’s Music Business

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Much has changed in the music industry over the last few years that affect an artist’s ability to be successful. Some of it is brand new and a result of the technology we use, while some of it is good common sense that’s been used over and over over many decades of the business. Here […]

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December 6, 2018

5 Ways To Take The Pulse Of Your Fans

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Your core fans, or your “tribe,” as uber-marketer Seth Godin calls them, crave your communication. But communication is a two-way street, and the artist must be just as willing to listen to his or her tribe as talk at them. This excerpt from the Music 4.0 Internet music guidebook shows 5 ways that you can check the pulse of the tribe to better […]

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November 28, 2018

Google Isn’t The Only Large Search Engine That You Should Know About

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When we think of search we automatically think of Google, but that’s not the only one available to us. In the West there’s also Microsoft’s Bing, Yahoo (which is still going strong), and a few smaller specialty ones like DuckDuckGo. In China, Google is eclipsed by Baidu, but the one big search engine that is […]

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