Blog entries categorized as “Diy Musician”
Is It Really Worth It to Hire a PR Company When You Release New Music? by Paul Corsi
Most musicians dream of one day being on the cover of Rolling Stone, or having Pitchfork dub their album "Best New Music." Sonicbids spoke with Lauren Marsh, an award-winning, indie singer-songwriter from New Jersey, about her experience with DIY PR versus hiring a professional.This article appears in the Green Light Grow blog.
The Best Time to Release Your Album in 2018 by Janelle
Ever wonder which month is the best to release your album? This helpful guide goes through every month to maximize release!
4 Essential Things to Consider When Hiring a Music Promotion Company by Janelle
If you’re ready to hire a music promotion company to secure coverage for your upcoming single, EP, or album release, how do you find a publicist who will give you the best bang for your buck? How do you avoid getting ripped off or throwing money down the drain because the company wasn’t the right fit for your band?
How to Pitch a Music Blog: Paste Magazine by Paul Corsi
Paste Magazine is one of my favorite online music outlets, and possibly one of the most well-known. They cover a wide range of topics such as music, film, and lifestyles. It is a blog that is a combination of pop-culture, and underground. How can you reach Paste to get your music featured? Here are a few tips.
Early Music Marketing Tips For Indie Artists by Janelle
You’ve probably heard all the standard things on how to promote your band. Let's move outside the proverbial box into areas that aren't as obvious. Read on to find out how!
How To Pitch A Music Blog: Buzzbands LA by Paul Corsi
Sometimes getting into your favorite music blog has a few demographic key points that can really help influence your chances of coverage. Buzzbands LA happens to be one of those situational blogs. Read on for a few tips and tricks that can really increase your chances of coverage!
Creating The Perfect Spotify Playlist by Janelle
You want to get on a great spotify playlist, right? The only problem is that you only have a couple dozen followers on Spotify, your songs have the infamous “<1000” stream tracker next to them, and you don’t have Spotify-curator contacts who will give you the time of day.
One of the easiest ways to get on a great Spotify playlist is to create your own. Check out these four steps to create a great playlist to catch the attention of others.
Best Of Music Industry Hacks by Paul Corsi
At Green Light Go we pride ourselves on honesty, integrity, and passion. Our weekly Music Industry Hacks articles are full of tips and tricks that come from years of experience in the music industry which are rooted in those key values. Here are a list of some of the most popular GLG articles since the Music Hacks have begun.
How To Pitch A Music Blog: Consequence of Sound by Paul Corsi
There are so many bands that want to see their music in tastemaker blogs. Here are a few tips on how to reach one of our favorites, Consequence of Sound.
How to Increase Your Spotify Followers - And Your Listeners by Janelle
Spotify is one of the best ways to get your music heard, but first, you need people who will listen. Sure, you can try to get on Spotify playlists and hope the followers will, ahem, follow.
Brand Your Music Through Spotify Playlist Promotion by Janelle
Today, we’re going to dive in a bit further into Spotify promotion land to show why creating your own Spotify playlist can be in your greatest benefit.
5 Ways to Get on a Spotify Playlist by Janelle
You’re ready to get on a Spotify playlist, right? But how do you do it when you have no followers, no connections, and you don’t know the first thing about how to make it happen.
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