YOU HAVE 3 CHOICES…
You can pay them to deliver your posts to your own followers, you can give up or you can apply strategy to your posting and go for good old fashion honest free reach.
I love free reach because the comments come from people who want to get to know me and honestly care about what I have to say. I have way better things to do with my marketing dollars than to spend it on getting a few comments from people I don’t know and that aren’t necessarily interested in who I am as an artist and creator.
SO WHAT DO I RECOMMEND TO MAKE MORE OF AN IMPACT FOR FREE?
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I use to think that if we slowed down, we'd be losing precious time trying to reach the big goals. I'm realizing it's just the opposite. The more--actual--mental and physical breaks we take, the better our work ethic & happiness has become.☺️I like this feeling. Think I'll stay here for a while. 🌾🌾🌾#SlowAndSteadyWinsTheRace - 👗Mrs. G
ASCAP Wants You to Stand With Songwriters
Songwriters explain the challenges facing today's music creators and collectively deliver a personal appeal for music licensing reform. Changes are needed fast. Whether you are a music creator or a music fan, please #standwithsongwriters and help us build a stronger future for music. Ask your members of Congress to support music licensing reform. Learn more at http://www.standwithsongwriters.org Testimonials (in order of appearance): ERIC BAZILIAN & ROB HYMAN Singer/Songwriters, Members of the Band "The Hooters" Originally from: Bazilian (Pennsylvania); Hyman (Connecticut) Currently reside in Pennsylvania Songs: (The Hooters) "And We Danced" and "All You Zombies" (Bazilian) "One Of Us" - Joan Osborne (Hyman) "Time After Time" - Cyndi Lauper (ASCAP Staff - standwithsongwriters.org)
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It was a beautiful sunset Saturday, and it really made me think "Trust the Process" I mean literally, a year ago, at last Federal Frenzy, I had just healed from gettin shot, I was still broke, and life wasn't all that great....but you gotta trust the process when it comes to life because, as you can see, it's been an ' #AgeOfPhenom ' kind of year thus far 😁 #1093Nation#trusttheprocess
#itssokrucialshow @atlanticrecords own amazing VP of A&R, Shawn Barron, joins us for Episode 23. We talk about his upbringing in Buffalo, NY, and what got him started in the music business. We then get into who he's working with at Atlantic (Ty Dolla $ign, Kap G, Jevon Doe, etc), how he signed Ty Dolla $ign, and even get into a few stories about how close some other big names came to signing with the label. All of it combines into one of our favorite shows to date. Before the interview (which starts at 11:45), Shawn joins us to discuss some current events in the music industry, including @universalmusicgroup new deal with @spotify , and JAY Z pulling his catalog from non-TIDAL services. @shawnbarron @krucialkeys @jonjohnsontc (link in @itssokrucialshow bio)
First week of WARM and still much more to come.
To mention a few:
30.04-03.05 MUSEXPO, Los Angeles
04.05-07.05 SPOT+, Aarhus
18.05-20.05 The Great Escape, Brighton
24.05-26.05 IMS, Ibiza
31.05-04.06 Primavera Pro, Barcelona
15.06-17.06 Sónar+D, Barcelona
I don't really get excited about things that are created that just culturally exist. I'm more enamored with things that hit and make an immediate impact on culture or things that change the landscape of culture. When 8-Mile came out, it not only changed how people approached certain areas of rap music but it inspired a slew of new artists and television shows. And it was a damn good movie. #Message#Culture#Impact#Marketing#DigitalMarketing#MarketingFreebie#Music#MusicBusiness