Useful information and links to resources to help promote your music.

Band Promo Videos On A Budget star
With creativity and these tips, you can make great promo videos for your band at very little expense.

Broadjam - Original Music Sales star[offsite link]
Cool site where you can browse original non-major label music, and submit and sell your own songs at $0.99 each (major labels even sell at this rate). Your cut on this is $0.80! Very nice site design albeit a few too many ads. A good service all in all.

Build an Email List star
An email list is an essential marketing tool to distribute your product or service. If you don’t have one, you’re missing out!

FREE Recording Software and MP3 Editor star
A Great Tool for Making a Podcast. Edit Your Music and Sound with Audacity - Free Audio Editing Software

Getting More Fans With Facebook star
Facebook has been continually growing and evolving, and has become a very useful networking tool for musicians and bands. Here are some options for maximizing the benefits of social networking using Facebook for your music career. star[offsite link]
Official site of the recording academy --- advocacy, showcases and yes, of course, The GRAMMY Awards.

How to Promote Yourself and Your Band star
With a bit of work you can draw crowds. Here are some sure-fire techniques that have worked.

Improve Communication Skills star
All that stands between you and selling your music is your communication skills. When you can tell someone what you have in an interesting way, they are more likely to look at your abilities and products.

Life Energy in Music star
People feel the life energy, or lack of it, in every creative project you do. If you know more about it, your project will help more people, and you will ultimately make more sales.

Marketing Strategies star
Marketing what you have is essential, so you can continue to do what you love doing. Paint a word picture and watch your sales jump and your audience grow.

Marketing Tips star
Don’t be afraid to tell your story; it helps other people and sells your products

Marketing Your Music star
You can give yourself a raise when you start promoting yourself or your products through clear writing

Musical Performance Opportunities In Your Hometown star
Musical performance opportunities exist in your hometown, you just have to be creative in finding them, or even creating your own

Musicians - Get More Gigs star
Making a living as a musician when the economy is behind the beat.

Musicians - Get More Gigs star
Making a living as a musician when the economy is behind the beat.

Promote Your Music star
Part of good promotion is paying attention to your audience.

Promoting Music Events On Facebook star
Here is another great way to make good use of Facebook for promoting your music and your band.

Promoting Your Music star
Promote your music locally, then regionally, then nationally. Distribution companies will pay more attention to you once you have a proven local track record.

Promoting your music through downloads. star[offsite link]
Good information about promoting bands and music. Includes advice and tips on contacts, new releases, promotions, press packs, image, demo´s, artwork, how to upload your music, and official UK chart download sites.

Promotion on a Budget star
If you’re set on getting music jobs but don’t know how to promote yourself, here are a few ideas to get you started

Quickie ReverbNation Review star
ReverbNation provides many great ways to grow your fan base, and to promote and sell your music and merchandise online, with zero start up costs and no out of pocket expenses. Here is a review based on my experiences with it.

Record Your Music For Fun And Profit star
Musicianship can be richly rewarding in many ways. Fulfill your creativity and record your own music, and sell your recordings!

Write Your Musician Bio star
A short, attention-grabbing bio is an integral part of a musician’s or band’s promo. It creates an invaluable first impression, with your most important points and accomplishments. Here are some free guidelines for writing your own.

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