Posts Tagged ‘Musicians’

FEM146 4 Collaborative Marketing Strategies for Musicians

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All boats rise with the tide and instead of competing with each other, musicians should find ways to work together to promote their music. Collaborative marketing is a great way for musicians to promote one another’s music and grow email lists and fan bases. Aligning yourself with musicians who have similar genres, work ethics or…

FEM114 Advice for Musicians Who Lack Self-Confidence with Bree Noble & Beth Matthew

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Today, I offer advice for musicians as I was interviewed by one of my team members. Self confidence issues are something that plague many of artists in the back of our minds and I go in depth about how I found ways to move past these crippling mental blocks. Beth Matthew started working on my…

FEM92 Facebook for Musicians & How To Use Groups To Advance Your Career

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Facebook for musicians can be a driving force in building a music career. Today’s podcast focuses on the right way to use Facebook groups to build a music career. I created a free group, Female Indie Musician Community which now has approximately 1,650 members and tons of engagement. With so many Facebook groups available, musicians in all locations, especially rural or…

FEM76 Social Media for Musicians & Becoming An Influencer with Malynda Hale

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This week I met up with social justice advocate and singer/songwriter, Malynda Hale. We went over social media for musicians where she gave us some great advice on how to leverage social media to enhance music careers. Advice to Struggling Musicians You have to find the good in the bad Facing challenges makes you figure…

FEM74 The Lowdown on Musician Headshots

Musician headshots are not something often talked about. After all, we are musicians and not photographers. My latest experience with having headshots taken was by far my most professional so I wanted to share my experience with you. There are many things to look for in finding a photographer and the style of the shoot.…

FEM48 How To Sell Songs & Albums Without A Record Label

One time I recorded an album…and no one bought it. OK, I supposed if you count my mom, my dad, my cousins, and a few of my subordinates at work who felt obliged to buy it…then I guess 10 people bought it. I couldn’t figure out what all the successful Indie artists I saw around…