Music Business and Law Articles: Promoting

  1. 10 'Reality Sandwiches' For The Independent Musician

  2. Alternative Marketing & Thinking

  3. Can Film And TV Be The Kickstart Your Career Needs?

  4. Compilation Hell

  5. Connecting To The Real World

  6. Creating a Press Kit That Catches Their Eye

  7. Getting Heard In A "No Unsolicited Material" World

  8. Getting People To Your Website

  9. Getting The Most Out Of Your Music Website

  10. Guerilla Music Marketing Suggestions

  11. How To Advertise Yourself

  12. How To Create a Promo Package

  13. How to Cultivate Relationships and Propel Your Music Career Forward

  14. How to Improve Your Demo/Promo/Press Kits

  15. Indie Promotion and Sales

  16. Internet Marketing - Fact And Fiction

  17. Keeping The Fan - Mailing Lists

  18. Labels: Make them come to YOU!

  19. Making Your Live Show Yours

  20. Millennial Marketing

  21. MP3: Exposure for Indies; Access for the Consumer

  22. Music and the Business of Music: Thoughts For the Aspiring Musician

  23. Music Promotion - Doing It Right the First Time

  24. Nurture Your Fans

  25. Perception

  26. Planning Your Radio Promotion Campaign

  27. Playing Live In Your Home Market

  28. Presenting Your Demo

  29. Pre-Show Promotion

  30. Promo Kit Photos

  31. Promoting On The Web: The Value of Directories

  32. Promoting To Radio

  33. Relief From The 4th Quarter Panic Attacks

  34. Repetition

  35. Revelations From Live Show Promotion

  36. Selling CDs Online: A Three-Pronged Approach

  37. Selling CDs Online: A Three-Pronged Approach

  38. Sounds Like... Fitting in Before Being Different

  39. The "Four Front" Music Marketing Concept

  40. The Business Of Live Performance

  41. The Do's & Don'ts Of Finding A Manager

  42. The Name Game

  43. The Real Truth Behind Pay to Play

  44. Tips For Working With The Music Press

  45. Understanding Where and How You Fit Into the Marketplace

  46. Understanding Your Music Is A Key To Promoting And Selling It

  47. Using New Technologies For Promotion

  48. What You Should Know About Your Fans

  49. Why Giving People Your Email Address Is A Mistake

  50. Why Me? The First Impression

  51. Your CD Cover Is Your Most Important Advertisement

  52. Your Record Release: Manufacturing and Cover Design Considerations

  53. Promotion - Back To Basics

Recommended Reading

  1. Music Law: How to Run Your Band's Business

  2. The Musician's Business and Legal Guide

  3. 2003 Songwriter's Market

  4. 2004 Songwriter's Market

  5. Music Publishing: The Real Road to Music Business Success

  6. The Craft and Business of Songwriting

  7. How to Have Your Hit Song Published

  8. Garage Band Cookbook: Business Start-Up Guide

  9. Music Publishing: A Songwriter's Guide

  10. You've Written A Song, So Now What? A Guide to the Business of Songwriting for Songwriters, Musicians and Recording Artists

  11. Get It in Writing: A Musician's Guide to the Music Business

  12. Making Money Making Music: No Matter Where You Live

  13. Contracts for Songwriters

  14. Breakin' in to the Music Business

  15. Start and Run Your Own Record Label

  16. Label Launch : A Guide to Independent Record Recording, Promotion, and Distribution

  17. Little Labels Big Sound: Small Record Companies and the Rise of American Music

  18. In the Right Direction: A Beginner's Guide to Starting a Record Label

  19. The Real Deal: How to Get Signed to a Record Label

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