5 Things to Help You Promote Your Music Online
To put yourself in the mindset to promote your music online, there are 5 things you must think about. Doing these 5 things will make your experience very smooth and you will be in the correct mindset to sell more music. Do not underestimate these simple 5 things as they are often ignored.
Lets face it, with the fall of the major record labels, you have never been in a better position to sell your music online. You no longer have to deal with waiting for a record contract, and face unbelievable release schedules. You can now be your own record label, distribution company, and promoter.
Here are 5 things to help you promote your music online. They may seem simple at first, however if you have not engaged in these 5x simple things, you probably have not done anything at all to promote your music.
Take your Music Seriously
First, take your music seriously. This could be the key to getting you out of your day gig and putting you on the map as a seriously touring artist. Let the people around you know that you are very serious about this mission you are on.
Its a Business
Second, its a business. If you handle your career like a business everyone around you will realize that they need to give you the time and space you need to make things move forward.
Third, stay focused. When you start to promote your music online you must setup a system and then focus in on working this system ever single day. Pinpointed focus will help you ever single day to actually move your project forward.
Use the Tools Around You
Fourth, use the tools around you. If you have not already discovered, there is MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and more online services that will help you for free to promote your music. Dig in to all these sites and study how other artists are using these services.
Don’t Quit Your Day Job
Five, don’t quit your day job. It may end up costing you a bit of money to promote your music. Flyers, gear, heat, electricity, and food all cost money. So please don’t quit your day job until you are absolutely sure that are going to be able to sustain your income level forever!