When emailing music bloggers, there are a lot of factors that go into whether or not your emails get read. These best practices can improve your chances of getting noticed and taken seriously. Read More.
If you’ve ever dabbled in the wonderful world of online music marketing, chances are you set up a musician blog at some point. After playing with the fonts and colors for seven hours (or was that just me?), you got to work eagerly bashing away at the keyboard week after week until finally that sinking feeling hits you… “Hot dang… Nobody is reading my shizzle!” Read more
Whether you’re contacting magazines, music blogs, radio shows, record labels, music distributors, or promotional services, you have to check THEIR SPECIFIC submission guidelines before getting in touch. This is the most fundamental rule of promotion. There’s really no excuse – 90% of music services have their guidelines clearly posted. Read more.
For all of you bloggers out there – and those of you looking for blogging tips or wondering how to start a blog – our good friend Chris Rockett at PromoteYourMusic.net just published a massive post that answers the $10,000 question: “What are the secrets of entertaining blogging?” More than 20 indie music movers and shakers weighed in with their music marketing advice, and Rockett assembled all the answers in his post. Read more.