If you, like me, are a musician trying to market yourself and your music online these days, chances are your head is spinning. Spinning because you have advice coming from every freakin direction. But a new music marketing plan could offer light at the end of the tunnel.
Half the time something you read today conflicts with something you read last week. Or some music marketing info comes from promoters working with established artist which often times has nothing to do with the little man (why should you or I give a shit what Trent Reznor or Radiohead are doing). And some of it is just plain bullshit.
Hell, even if the info is good, chances are it is only a small piece of the puzzle and only focuses on a small aspect of marketing.
I want something that covers more than just “How To Market Your Music on Twitter” or “How To set Up A Kick Ass Band Website.” I want something proven, that cover most, if not all, of the bases so I can get my hands dirty and take action.
Believe it or not, I think I finally found it.
For the past few weeks I have been watching videos, watching comments and checking facts presented by a new music marketing course that I believe is gonna help me and a lot of musicians like you sell a bunch of music online. I believed in it so much that I put my money where my mouth is and ponied up the cash to became a member about two hours ago (see picture below).
The course is called the Music Marketing Manifesto (affiliate link).
Stop by, check it out (affiliate link) and see if you agree.
When you decide to join, let me know so I can look for you in the members area and we can compare notes. Or if you think it is bullshit, tell me why in the comments below.