Blog entries categorized as “tips for bands”
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.
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.
3 Tools For Finding Coverage by Janelle
How do we find missing coverage so we’re not spending hours scouring the Internet? Here are three tools we use in tandem to track coverage.This article appears in the Green Light Grow blog.
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