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6 Quick Music Promotion Tips For Musicians

Don't get lost in the noise, stand out from the crowed by using every opportunity you get to promote your works. Do not leave it to chance.

1. Word of mouth
Tell friends, families and anyone that will listen. Just get the information about you out there.

2. Gig as often as possible
Go to open mic venues and perform and show off your talent, this is a great way to hone your skills as well as generate a buzz amd build a fan base.

3. Have a dedicated website
Have a website with your works and booking information. Having an online presence will give your fans as well as potential fans 24/7 access to your music.

4. Write a blog
Blogging is a great way to generate interest, create a following and show off your works.

5 Dominate social media
Don't be afraid to share your works, but also do not spam. Try and have balanced. Tweet, Post on facebook regularly, but remember: interaction in key.

6. Use Video
Make video and post them on all platform that allows video. Videos are the best way to get your message across as we are living in an era where younger people prefer to watch a vlog than read a blog. Make use of: YouTube, vimeo, twitter, facebook etc.




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