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§426 · June 23, 2014 · Marketing, Online, Promotion · (No comments) ·


So, yeah, the Xmas relaunch as mentioned in the previous post (A New Start) didn’t quite happen. Having to focus my efforts else where at the time, obviously took priority, and now having to look after LibeRock Records completely on my own, it looks like this site may have to take the back seat for […]

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§567 · May 24, 2014 · Random · (No comments) ·


44. Make a spoof video trailer advertising your genre related product. Use the band and your music. A viral chance. When it comes to making videos, you have to try and think up a hook that will make share the video with their friends and family. When this starts snowballing, and gathering momentum, those on […]

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43. Add your band’s video to your website and share generally. Websites like YouTube allow you to share the content you upload onto their site, on yours, using various embedding methods. Find the method that best suits your site and you’ll be able clock up the view counter not only on YouTube, but on your […]

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§556 · February 23, 2014 · How To, Marketing, Online, Promotion · (No comments) · Tags: , , , ,


42. Leave interesting comments on other band’s videos. You wont be the only band on YouTube, so when you upload a video, be sure to check out other artists, preferably in the same or near enough the same genre as you. Subscribe to their “Channel” and leave lots of positive, constructive and interesting comments on […]

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41. Put your band’s video on YouTube. If you’ve made a video, what better thing to do is upload it and share it onto YouTube. It’s easy to do, and when it’s done, you will have the whole world wide web as your audience. In Case You Forgot… I’ve taken inspiration from probably the most […]

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40. Make a video. Todays technology is getting more user friendly by the minute, so it is easier than ever to make a video of your band. Be it a band practice, a quick interview or even a music video, you can do almost anything on even the least sophisticated hardware and software availble on […]

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39. Join YouTube, follow local bands of the same genre. YouTube is video sharing social network, where I think more video being uploaded everyday that is possible to watch, so you can never have nothing new to watch. It is dominated by piano playing kittens, and various people shouting at their own cameras whilst alone […]

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38. After a gig, have an after show Twitter party, invite the crowd – use #YourBandName. When you’ve packed up and are ready to hit the road, why suffer the long journey home in your van/car/train/private jet on your own and start a Twitter party. Let all your friends, family and fans know that you’ll […]

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37. By using the hashtag (#) symbol, participate in focused discussion, e.g. on your genre: #FolkRock. As I mentioned in the previous post “Join the Conversation” I said that you should be engaging in like minded people to help you create a following for your music. Whilst searching on Google is place to start, more […]

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