Your subscription to our list has been confirmed and your free ebook is on the way. Pat yourself on the back for being smart enough to continue to educate yourself on how to promote yourself and your music. Most musicians these days sit around and bitch that nobody is buying music these days.
You understand that a successful music career isn't going to just fall in your lap.
What to do now…
Check out these bad ass tools that you can use to spread the word about your music.
Fiverr is pretty handy and the price is right. You can have anything done for $5. I've had album art made on there, bio's written, done-for-you music submissions, press releases, WordPress installs and more.
To learn more, check out this post and video on how to how to use it.
The Indie Bible is a great resource which provides over 9000 resources in a variety of ways: Radio Stations, journalists, labels, publicists, managers,etc. It also has a great collections of idea generating articles from industry guru's. They also have an Indie Venue Bible which is a directory of 32,000 venues and festivals to help you plan your next tour (if that's your thing).
Here's a full review that I did on the Indie Bible. It goes into more detail.
Are you using YouTube? If so you will really dig TubeAssist.
You use it to automate your marketing. You can use it to drive people from artists similar to you over to your videos to get more views and subsribers.
*Just so you know, I do get a small kick back if you should decide to use any of these services via a link on this site. I want to thank you for the support. I am an indie artist myself and I will use the cash generated as another revenue stream to cover some of the costs associated with being an indie artist. Rest assured that you are supporting a fellow artist and keeping it in the indie family.