A short, useful insight for anyone looking to promote their tunes on le radio!
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So you’ve got your YouTube account, directed your fans towards the subscribe button and you’re all ready to take on the ‘net in terms of video goodness.
But where do you begin when you want to make quality content? Here are 5 useful tips to help you keep your viewers engaged and maximise your quality on a budget!
So, you’ve got your hit songs, you’ve sorted your image and you’re ready to tell the world about what an amazing musician you are – but where do you start?
This quick guide will give you a few useful starting points for promoting your music online!
While I was there I learned quite a lot…
Do some excercise to prepare your body for running around (If you’re not going to perform to the people then they’re not going to remember you. At a live show it is NOT all about the music, that’s the CD.) Eat healthily so you’re in even better shape. Organise extra practices and in general just keep on top of things. Make sure you leave NOTHING until the last minute. There will always be things that crop up that will take up your time – if you’ve dealt with everything you can deal with, then you can’t say you didn’t do your best to prepare.
Myspace is usually the first port of call for telling the world about your band – but there are so many other places to get the word out that it’d be a shame to keep your music restricted to one website!
Here are a few alternatives that I’ve tried with my band, You and What Army, to get you started:
Having recently re-done my band You and What Army’s Myspace page, I have come up with a bunch of snazzy (Awesome word) ideas to make your band’s myspace more interesting!
Here they are…