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Online music marketing tactics to help indie artists grow

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Great online music marketing tactics for indie artists

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Online music marketing tactics to help indie artists grow

  1. 1. Online Music Marketing Tactics To Help Indie Artists GrowMusic has a great demand always as it has a lot of customers all over the world who arethirsty for good music. The appeal of music is always the same as it was in the past, large.From the early time of the civilization there was a great demand of music in daily life. Theremay be a very small amount of people who are not interested in music. With hat being said ithas been difficult for new artists to get their great sound out to the masses. For those thatwant to learn how to promote their music keep reading for a few good tips.Effective online music marketing is capable of making music available to a great number oflisteners. Most of the music companies were not aware of it. That’s why they faced turmoilcondition in their expectation. On the other hand the companies which have made successfulonline music marketing strategies have gathered a lot of profit from the market. Companiesoften make some common mistakes in their music marketing strategies. We are going toshine some light on them.The most common mistake is the pricing mistake. Most CDs are sold at $15-20. Isn’t it tooexpensive? People who are hungry for music want to meet their hunger at a reasonable rate.While they notice a higher price they seek the alternative way to get that song. And the mostpopular way is to download the songs from the internet. When fans go to the internet todownload songs for free this does not profitable the music companies. But if they set theprice at $5-10 the sales will be 200 times more. Now, calculate where your revenue will be.People will buy the CD’s if the price is less. If you put out a CD for download where a personcan see themselves parting with their hard earned cash they will buy your music.
  2. 2. In most CD’s there are 12-15 songs available. Among them 3 to 5 songs are typically goodsongs. But the rest are given for filling the CD’s. People are not interested in buy belowquality CD’s with their hard earned money. If the companies make CD with 3 to 5 beautifulsongs and keep the price in the lower level, people will buy the CD’s with great satisfaction.Songs are made for the listeners. If they are happy then the revenue will be higher as theirsatisfactions are. In the 80s, we had noticed that vinyl single records were sold at $1.5 or$2.5 at that time. Their revenue was also high because music companies provided qualitysongs at reasonable prices. If companies notice these problems and take proper measures theywould have succeeded in the music industry and would have never faced any problemsregarding their low sales and poor revenue.In the modern days it is easy to use alternative music marketing strategies. We have said itearlier that people seek alternative ways. So, why not use alternative methods for musicmarketing? Using internet based means for music marketing would be a profitable side forevery Music Company or artist. For artists that are seeking to have a professional domarketing for them I have a suggestion. Try iTunes Exposure. This company can really helpput your music out to the world. One of the great benefits with using this company is they canmarket any genre of music. They have worked with hop artists to country artists. Artistsbased in the USA to artists from Russia. Another is they are PayPal verified so you can buywith confidence. For more details on iTunes Exposure just Google the name and the siteshould pop right up. Hope this was helpful in your music marketing endeavours and the bestof luck to you.Related links:http://itunes-promotion.blogspot.com
  3. 3. http://www.squidoo.com/music-marketing-evolution-and-how-itunes-plays-a-role-in-music-promotionWatch a video on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZ0IcvjU2yc

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