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lundi 12 juin 2017, 22:25
Which of my unreleased songs will people like? I have no idea. Friends and family aren’t much help either. Fortunately, I’m able to get unbiased feedback from fans of my genre through ReverbNation’s Crowd Review, which has been completely overhauled since ReverbNation’s...
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mardi 18 avril 2017, 15:12
MusicSubmit is a music submission platform, similar to recently reviewed SubmitHub, but with a broader reach. They too cover music blogs, but their primary focus is online radio. CEO Michael Corcoran credited me with 25 “Best Shot” submissions to give MusicSubmit a spin....
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jeudi 23 mars 2017, 14:33
Jango is a free internet radio platform similar to Pandora. Feed it an artist name and it generates a playlist of related songs. Radio Airplay injects songs from emerging artists into those playlists. I started using Radio Airplay a.k.a. Jango Airplay when it launched...
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mercredi 8 mars 2017, 18:45
I haven’t bought a CD since 2011. If it isn’t on Spotify, to me, it doesn’t exist. Once you’ve experienced the convenience of having the entire history of recorded music in your pocket, why would you go back to schlepping files around? 50 million paid subscribers agree. Thus,...
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jeudi 23 février 2017, 23:21
I’m embarrassed. I haven’t written a music promotion post since August, and not for lack of ideas. I’ve got plenty! For starters, I want to share my results on Deezer via Feature.fm, take the new Audiokite reports for a spin, and review social media co-marketing platform...
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samedi 3 décembre 2016, 14:52
I hate submitting my music to blogs. Hate hate hate. The process goes something like this: Scour Hype Machine for blogs in my genre. Comment on said blogs regularly to “develop a personal relationship.” Gather relevant email addresses. Assemble a compelling pitch for my...
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mercredi 9 novembre 2016, 21:32
Every musical artist wants their work to be heard. Many are happy to give it away for free. Some are even willing to pay for people to listen, even if the cost is never recouped. If you’re looking to increase your YouTube views or SoundCloud plays for vanity purposes,...
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jeudi 20 octobre 2016, 00:31
At least once a week, someone asks me on Twitter, “How do I promote my music?” The best answer I can muster in 140 characters or less is a link to Passive Promotion. After all, that’s the question I created the site to answer. But things change quickly in this space, and...
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