Nowadays, there are so many different steps to take to promote a product, business, or brand. Instead of posting a billboard or passing out flyers, people have to learn how to use social media. With thousands of competing brands and artists, people have to learn how to stand out. They have to learn how to use every social media application and each feature it has to offer. In this article, both expert and novice musicians will learn how to promote their music with the Instagram Story feature. They’ll learn how to get noticed, build a bigger fanbase, and become marketing experts online. After all, Instagram is one of the top places to grow a music brand.
PR simply means public relations. A good PR company will put your music in front of the right journalists and manage media coverage to help you build your fan base. They know who to speak to in the business to create the right buzz about you but, more importantly, they know how to communicate with them. So, does your band need PR? Let’s find out.
Whether you’re in a band or striking out on your own as a singer/songwriter, you’ll need to invest a little cash if you want to make a success out of your music career. Instruments, recording equipment, transport costs and marketing are just a few of the expenses you’ll come up against as a professional or semi-pro performer. In this article, we’ll explore just some of the ways you can save enough to afford all of these and more.
The Academy of Contemporary Music (ACM), Time and Leisure Magazine, and Creative Youth are proud to announce their joint launch of Sound of the Times.
Sound of the Times is a brand new competition celebrating the best in new music. Open to solo artists, musicians, and bands, aged between 17-26, who live, work, or study in South West London or Surrey, Sound of the Times winners can expect a whole host of prizes that will help launch their music careers.