Conversations are our currency in the social media age. I know that sounds silly, but that is where we are at. In many ways conversations have always been the currency of our people. Think about it, even at shows decades ago how did you find out about bands? It wasn’t
So yeah, you probably know this, but video is king. Not only is video king but if you’re not pushing video on a regular basis you’re basically wasting your time. Just create a simple live video with your band on Facebook. Seriously do it and then go check how many
So here’s a big one that I see a lot of bands starting to realize as the death knell of Facebook starts to really sound and Instagram begins to take over. The thing is, with a lot of those bands, they slept on Instagram. They didn’t strike while the iron
I made a post over at the IMP blog a few days ago about how you need to give your fans a broad variety of ways to pay for your stuff. However I did not talk about the flip side of the coin – giving your fans a broad variety
If you’re reading this blog post then you’re probably somehow tied in with the music industry, brands, bands, labels and what have you. Cool. I get it. It’s weird. For some reason though people are starting to care about your band and you are starting to get a sense of
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