Tag: content planning

  • The Best Way to Promote a Release Last Minute

    The Best Way to Promote a Release Last Minute

    It happens. Your record sounds great and you’re excited to launch, but you forgot to leave ample time to plan a promo strategy. We got you.

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  • How to Use Collaborations to Enhance Your YouTube Strategy

    How to Use Collaborations to Enhance Your YouTube Strategy

    Some insightful tips and strategies for channel growth straight from YouTube marketing consultant and content expert, Derral Eves.

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  • What Musicians Can Learn from Content Marketing (You Read That Right)

    What Musicians Can Learn from Content Marketing (You Read That Right)

    A brief essay on how musicians and artists can gain from a perspective on their work that includes the concept of content marketing.

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  • How to Make More Time for Your Music Career: A 7-Step Guide

    How to Make More Time for Your Music Career: A 7-Step Guide

    + Welcome to Soundfly! We help curious musicians meet their goals with creative online courses. Whatever you want to learn, whenever you need to learn it. Subscribe now to start learning on the ’Fly. We all have the same 24 hours in a day, so how is it that some people manage to “make time” for their music career while others […]

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  • 6 Ways to Sell More Show Tickets Using Your Facebook Artist Page

    6 Ways to Sell More Show Tickets Using Your Facebook Artist Page

    + Pursue your next social media marketing goal with a Soundfly Mentor like Marta! Soundfly offers four-week mentorship sessions with a pro, customized to you. Get in touch to learn more. If you’ve built up your social media following and are seeing tons of engagement on your Facebook artist page — that’s great! But if all that effort is still […]

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  • Ask Yourself: Does Crowdfunding Make Sense for My Act?

    Ask Yourself: Does Crowdfunding Make Sense for My Act?

    Just like any new business, a new performer often struggles with gaining access to borrowed capital. It’s not about you or your talent — lenders just like to see a track record of a few years under your belt and a history of making regular, periodic payments. Professional entertainers who have been around a year […]

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  • 4 Ways to Tell You’re Ready to Hire a Publicist

    4 Ways to Tell You’re Ready to Hire a Publicist

    When you’re itching to get your music out there in front of bigger audiences, it can seem like there’s no better time than the present to hire a publicist and really invest in your band. Before you make the leap, be sure to review these four essential checklist items to know whether now is the […]

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  • Goal-Oriented Planning: Don’t Let That Fire Burn Out

    Goal-Oriented Planning: Don’t Let That Fire Burn Out

    + Welcome to Soundfly! We help curious musicians meet their goals with creative online courses. Whatever you want to learn, whenever you need to learn it. Subscribe now to start learning on the ’Fly. Thanks to the ever-frustrating amalgam of rapidly moving digital tech and the old-model music industry struggling to keep up, the truth is that when it comes to marketing your […]

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  • Social Media Made Easier: Content Planning for Musicians

    Social Media Made Easier: Content Planning for Musicians

    You’ve decided how you want to brand yourself online. You’ve created your band’s social media pages. You’re posting regularly, and still, you’re not seeing results. The solution: content planning. By putting all of your energy into posting new content without thinking about the big picture, you’re only getting half the job done. Instead, set marketing goals, […]

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