Blog entries categorized as “Green Light Grow”
5 Ways to Use Timeliness to Get Press Coverage for Your Music by Janelle
Timeliness is the most impactful coverage factor for your band. But how do you get a journalist's attention? Try these five newsworthy ideas to spark media interest and earn coverage for your music.This article appears in the Green Light Grow blog.
Are Facebook Ads Worth It? by Paul Corsi
Facebook is a worldwide, and possibly a lifetime phenomenon. How can bands utilize its tools, such as Facebook ads, to their advantage?
Less Is More: Why You Should Pitch Your Music to Fewer Publications by Janelle
Logic dictates that the more music bloggers you reach out to about your band, the more coverage you’ll receive. This is not necessarily true. Read on to find out why sometimes less is more.
6 Steps To Making Your Band Press Friendly by Janelle
Have you ever tried to reach out to media only to find the sound of a deep and resounding silence on the other end? If you want to increase the chances you’ll band will be covered then read on to find out how!
The Release: Local vs National by Paul Corsi
What's the difference between a local and national album release? There's more to consider than just booking your favorite venue. Here's what you need to know.
Here's the Best Time to Release Your Album in 2017 by Janelle
There are a lot of ebbs and flows throughout the year, which can create chaos for a band attempting to release an album. How do you know the best time to set your release?
6 Tips For a Successful Album Release by Janelle
You’ve put in the work, slogged through all the rewrites, did all your mastering, and now it’s album release time. Here are some tips to get you on the right path to a successful release.
Utilizing Soundcloud to Drive iTunes Sales by Janelle
How can you market your music on SoundCloud to drive sales on iTunes? Read on to see five helpful steps.This article appears in the Green Light Grow blog.
Making SMART Goals for Maximum Success in 2017 by Janelle
With 2017 upon us, it’s time to start looking at what you want to achieve in the new year. Maybe you’ve determined you want to play more shows or have a successful album release. But what does that really mean?
Before I Was Famous: Looking Back on 2016 by Paul Corsi
I think that everybody can agree that 2016 was an eventful year for most of us - in music, and in life. It was my first full year submersed in the world of publicity, and looking back, I have learned a copious amount of things as both a publicist and a musician. I want to share a few of those with you.
Creating Small Goals for Maximum Success in 2017 by Janelle
Are you looking towards the end of 2016 and wondering why you didn’t achieve more? Why didn’t your band get signed to a label? Why didn’t you get added to a major music festival? Why didn’t more fans support your music?
With the coming year around the corner, now's the time to reflect and plan your goals for 2017. Start with these five points.
15 Qs to Ask to Evaluate Your Band’s 2016 Success by Janelle
We’re nearing the end of 2016 when a lot of us contemplate our successes and not so successes of the past year. Chances are there are things you would like to have your band achieve in the coming year. If you want to see more success for your band in 2017, take some time out to answer the questions below.This article appears in the blog.
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