A Blog for Band and Event Promotion

25. Create a Facebook Page for the band. See my previous post regarding Facebook in general, but this point is about Facebook Pages. A Facebook Page is a sub site dedicated to a particular brand, product or service. Facebook have dedicated sub pages for Musicians and Bands and it allows fans of the music to […]

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15. Submit your details to DMOZ DMOZ is a directory, which categorises websites that have been submitted to it. It’s all in all a fairly straight forward process. When you first visit http://www.dmoz.org, you’ll see in the top right hand corner a link to http://www.dmoz.org/docs/en/add.html which will talk you through some best practice steps on […]

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Merchandise is additional items and products to be sold, and is very common in the music industry. When it comes to artists selling merchandise, they either do it through their website or when they play live shows. The most common forms of merchandise would be clothing, posters and badges, but can stretch as far as […]

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A press kit is a ready made document which consists of many documents that bands, artists and musicians should be able to send to press, publications and promoters whenever requested. It usual contains a biography, a press photo, any music, press clippings, a song sheet, any advertising material and anything the bands think would be […]

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A talent agency is a company that finds jobs for bands and musicians. The agency is contacted by band bookers, promoters and venues to hire the talent. It is not a requirement, but it can increase the number of jobs an act has. References[1. http://www.google.com]

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Action speaks louder than words, so read this blog post quickly and then start making a list of how you can implement this in your promotions today.

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