Blog entries categorized as “pitchfork”
5 Reasons Your Music PR Campaign Failed by Janelle
Sometimes no matter what a music publicist does, he or she can’t get the music to react with media. There are also a few things that may contribute to the lack of response. The good news is that most of them can be overcome with a little effort from band members.
How to Pitch a Music Blog: Pitchfork by Paul Corsi
Do you think your music is good enough to be featured in Pitchfork? before you send your music to them, here are a few things to consider.This article appears in the Green Light Grow blog.
5 Questions to Ask Before Running Your Own Music PR Campaign by Janelle
If you’ve ever tried to run your own music PR campaign, you know how grueling and downright discouraging it can be. But there are a few questions you can ask yourself to determine if you really want to invest your time into what can be a challenging, but rewarding, experience.
Do You Have the Risk Tolerance for a Music PR Campaign? by Janelle
Think you are ready to hire a publicist? Learn the six reasons why you should not hire a publicist and what to expect if you do.This article appears in the Green Light Grow blog.
4 Simple Steps to Creating a Killer Press List by Janelle
Sending emails after email to media and not getting a response? Find out how to create a killer press list to can help garner media coverage!This article appears in the Green Light Grow blog.
Why You Can't Have It All When It Comes to Music Publicity by Janelle
How many things can a publicist really do for you? Read on to find out why you can't always have it all when it comes to music publicity.
Allen Clapp Announces November 11 'Six Seasons' EP Release by Paul Corsi
Allen Clapp announces november 11 Six Seasons EP release,
offers first single, “Friend Collector” as downloadable MP3
5 Signs You’re Sabotaging Your Band’s Success by Janelle
Are you saboraging your band's success? Read on to find the ways you could be hurting more than you're helping.
What Press is Good Press When You're a Smaller Band? by Janelle
It’s easy to determine that a positive Pitchfork review or Stereogum premiere is great press. But what if you don’t have access to contacts who cover you there, aren’t the right style of music for what they cover, or simply are too unknown for them to care?
Should You Give Your Music Away? by Janelle
Should your music be free? Here's some advice from a publicist's perspective. Read on to find out how to gain additional opportunities for your band.
Is Your Single a Flop? by Janelle
Often times bands start to panic following the first week of pitching media on a single. This is after only seeing ten or 20 outlets cover the band. Did I mention it was after only one week actively promoting the release? Here's why you should stop worrying that your single is a flop.This article appears in the Green Light Grow blog.
5 More Common Questions About Music PR, Answered by Janelle
Last week we talked about 5 Common Questions From Bands About Music PR, this week let's dive a little deeper and answer some more of your top questions.This article appears in the Green Light Grow blog.
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