Blog entries categorized as “twitter”
A Publicist's 6-Week Plan to Re-Engage Your Fans Before an Album Release by Janelle
You’re about to release a new album, but you have one small problem: it’s been a few years since your last release and you’ve lost touch with your fans. Inside is a six-week, step-by-step timeline to re-engage your fans leading up to the first announcement of your album or EP release.This article appears in the Green Light Grow blog.
Before I Was Famous: Does Your Band Have Too Much Content? by Paul Corsi
Everybody wants to get the more views on Facebook and Twitter. I’m not going to lecture you on the seven deadly sins of social media, but I will give you a few tips on how to make your brand stand out.This article appears in the Green Light Grow blog.
Building A Social Following When You Don’t Have One by Paul Corsi
Every day musicians call/e-mail/text/Facebook Message/DM the company I work for, asking if we can make them famous. While we can’t magically make it happen, there are things that every artist CAN do to enhance and grow their social presence.
4 Ways You Are Using Twitter All Wrong by Janelle
Twitter is one of the most powerful tools out there, yet many bands use it ineffectively or not at all. Are you struggling to gain fans or new followers on Twitter? We have four clues to what could be holding the fans at bay.This article appears in the Green Light Grow blog.
Take Your Facebook Engagement to the Next Level (For Free!) by Janelle
Is the idea of paying for Facebook advertising bringing you down? Find out the free and easy way to increase your Facebook fan engagement.This article appears in the The Other Side blog.
Is It Time to Quit Facebook? by Janelle
Feel like Facebook has fizzled out? Find out how to revamp your social networking to increase your fan engagement by reading on.This article appears in the The Other Side blog.
The Modern Airline Releases New MP3 by Megan Fisher
“Monster on the Campus” Available For Download Now!
The Bergamot Releases “Amy” Amy Winehouse-Inspired Song Available for Download Now by Janelle
Hear The Bergamot's new single "Amy", inspired by the one and only Amy Winehouse, for free now!
Jenee Halstead Releases New Single by Megan Fisher
"So Far, So Fast" MP3 Available for Download Now!This article appears in the blog.
Golden Bloom, Timmy Williams of Whitest Kids U’Know, and The Grownup Noise Team up for National Tour this August by Janelle
Laughs and tunes are coming your way this August! Be prepared to see Golden Bloom take the stage with Timmy williams and The Grownup Noise!
The Other Side with Chicago Mixtape Founder Casey Meehan by Janelle
Chicago Mixtape founder Casey Meehan explains why cultivating friendships with out-of-town bands, using the Internet in intelligent ways, and studying successful Kickstarter campaigns can help an independent artist go a long way in this week's Other Side feature.This article appears in the The Other Side blog.
The Other Side with Section 101 Founder Liz Leahy by Janelle
Section 101 founder Liz Leahy explains how independent artists can utilitize technological avenues to brand themselves, create an online presence, and increase their fan base in this week's Other Side feature.This article appears in the The Other Side blog.
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