Sunday, March 18, 2012

Music Promotion Tip : Networking with decision makers

After you’ve already uploaded your work online and have a strong presence as well as a hub where you can sell your music, there are a few more things you can do to set yourself apart from the rookies.

1. You want professional feedback – its important to constantly get the opinions of people and their impressions of your music. it’s even more important to get opinions from those who are professionals in the field you want to enter. Its important to get opinions from people who are already successful in the music business. They will usually have a better ear for what works.

2. Repetitive exposure – a lot of artists go and hand their songs to a radio station or try to get it played in a club for the night, and think they’re doing good. I mean, its a good start, but you have to keep doing this over and over for there to be a strong lasting effect.

what you have to do at this point is get feedback from industry insiders as well as building a fan base with repeat radio and online exposure.

There are tons of music submission companies out there that promise to submit your songs to radio networks and record labels… I have found most of them to be a waste of time. Most are just scams to get your money!

As with everything else though, there are a few legitimate companies that actually do get you a real response and help you get the right kind of exposure.

Tune Promoters is my favorite of these, they are serious about what they do.. I recommend their starter package just to see for yourself.

You get 750 spins for each of 3 songs of your choice on the Grooveshark radio network with over 25 million active listeners rating them. Your songs will also be submitted to dozens of record labels, talent scouts and music review sites. Its only $40 bucks…

check it out and you won’t be disappointed. Click Here!


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