Here are 12 music PR tips to help you stimulate publicity, better communicate, and build good public relations with local press and your fans. Read More.
Beyond songwriting, the fact is visuals really matter, so press photos and all your visual material shouldn’t be an afterthought. Enticing photos, videos, album art, and graphic design will go a long way toward getting attention and will help to establish your brand and get people to pay attention and listen to your music. Read more.
A band press kit is an encapsulation of who you are as an artist. These days, of course, there are multiple options for your press kit, including venues to host an Electronic Press Kit. Not to mention that your website is really a press package with an endless bottom which you can fill with your most current content. Read more.
If you’re putting your media kit together and need advice on your press release, marketing strategy, publicity campaigns, and EPK, we’ve got it. When you’re ready to create the perfect sales pitch for your indie band, here are some expert blog posts that will help you get your marketing campaigns and press kit in order. Read more.
Sending your press release to everyone you know — or every music journalist you can find who has a public email address — is not the way to go, says veteran publicist Amanda Sweet. “Who you send to depends on what you’re sendings. When I was just getting started as a publicist, one journalist asked me, ‘Do you even know what I write about?’ I sheepishly told him, ‘No, I don’t.’ That taught me a valuable lesson about preparedness, and I learned my lesson fast.” Read more.