MySpace Band Promotion – Your Music & the Player

Posted on August 3rd, 2009 in Music Promotion & Marketing, MySpace, Online Marketing & Promotion , , , , , ,

So you’ve got your band MySpace profile, added good quality content and networked with potential fans, venues, promoters and musicians. You’ve most likely already thought about music promotion through the MySpace player and uploaded your music but have you thought about the impression you’re giving off? Your MySpace profile is essentially promoting your demo. Would [...]

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Promoting Music with MySpace – Networking

Posted on July 29th, 2009 in Music Promotion & Marketing, MySpace, Online Marketing & Promotion, Social Media , , , , ,

So we’ve covered the basic Myspace features and ensured you make your profile as friendly as possible. Next we can look at networking and getting people to find your profileā€¦ and music. First of all, don’t go ahead adding any random being you come across. It is likely to have any real benefit to you [...]

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Promoting Music with Myspace – Setting Up

Posted on July 24th, 2009 in Music Promotion & Marketing, MySpace, Online Marketing & Promotion , , ,

As I’m sure you are aware, MySpace is a great networking resource for sharing and promoting music. It’s great for networking, but has some great features you should be taking advantage of if you aren’t already. First of all, you need to sign up for a musician’s account, rather than a typical user account. This [...]

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Welcome to my Music Marketing blog. I have been actively involved with online promotion for many years now, both professionally and in my spare time, and being an active musician for the best part of 9 years I felt I needed to share my knowledge and experience with those that would be most appreciative and could put it to good use.

My aim here is to combine the two areas into manageable chunks and present tips, ideas and inspiration for anyone wanting to promote their music online and offline and generally get one foot above the rest, set themselves apart from the average and achieve what they want to achieve musically. I'm hoping the information I post here can help you do just that.

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