Blog entries categorized as “Music Pr”
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.
Before I Was Famous: How NOT To Build a Press List by Paul Corsi
In order to get the best product for your money, time and effort, a publicist will build an ideal press list to maximize your campaign’s chances of success. Here are some things to keep in mind when building that list.This article appears in the Green Light Grow blog.
Setting Your 2016 Goals by Janelle
As 2015 comes to a close it’s time to start thinking about what you want to achieve in 2016. It’s one thing to talk about what you want to achieve, it’s another actually making it happen.This article appears in the Green Light Grow blog.
Before I Was Famous: 3 Steps to Building Media Relationships by Paul Corsi
I’m at the very exciting part of the publicity journey where I’m beginning to form my own media relationships, and I have three great tips to help you do the same.This article appears in the Green Light Grow blog.
5 Action Steps to Maximize Your Band's PR by Janelle
Last month, I talked about what you need to do to maximize your music PR campaign. In this follow-up article, I'm digging deeper on how you can specifically take action on those steps I outlined.This article appears in the Green Light Grow blog.
Before I Was Famous: Researching Media Outlets by Paul Corsi
Now that you have your music ready to go, and it’s time to finally get your song out to the masses, there is just one question--who do you send it to?This article appears in the Green Light Grow blog.
Before I Was Famous: To Pitch or Not to Pitch by Paul Corsi
How does a journalist get turned on to your music? How do they decide that your band shall stand triumphantly like Leo DiCaprio as a feature in their world? You can thank a publicist, and more importantly you can thank them for pitching.This article appears in the Green Light Grow blog.
5 Reasons Why Your Music Blog Submission Is Going Straight to the Trash by Janelle
Phew. You just sent out 100 emails to various blogs touting how great your band is and why they should cover you. You anxiously await their response affirming your amazing talent. And you wait. And wait. Nothing comes. Not a peep of praise. Nothing. If you've made one of the five mistakes below, there's a chance your submission went straight to the trash.This article appears in the Green Light Grow blog.
Streaming: Free Music & The New Digital Vulnerability by Paul Corsi
When Chris DuPont first joined the GLG roster his sage wisdom on streaming really jumped out at us. Infectious Magazine agreed and recently had him write a guest blog post on their site.This article appears in the Green Light Grow blog.
Before I Was Famous: Maybe You Shouldn't Post That Song Just Yet by Paul Corsi
The premiere can be the difference between your band’s song receiving the attention it deserves, or just ending up as the sixth or seventh track on your mom’s “Driving Jams” mixtape.This article appears in the Green Light Grow blog.
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.
Surviving The Golden Age Premieres Diego Davidenko by Paul Corsi
Indie Folk artist Diego Davidenko is releasing his new album It Isn't Home on August 28. It can be heard exclussively through Surviving The Golden Age.
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