This is the last in my series on #DTNT (Do This, Not That) on #SM (social media/networking) … at least for now. The first in the series is “mean or nice” and you can click-through the rest of the series from there. I hope you’ll [...]
Here’s the next in my series on “Do This, Not That” for social networking. Be sure to check out the other posts in this series and add your voice by commenting at the end of this post.
Thanks to guest blogger Christine Infanger for this post in the series on “Do This, Not That” for social networks. See her bio at the end of this post. Here are her insights on the delicate balancing act of self-promotion.
Engagement vs. Selling
A critical, and somewhat annoying mistake so many people make on social media, is [...]
This is another in my series of “Do This, Not That” on social media with attention to independent/DIY musicians. Type “#DTNT” into the search box to find them all.
In preparation for this series, I posted these on Facebook. Thanks to my awesome friends, there were some immediate responses:
This is another in my “Do This, Not That” series for social media practices — especially for musicians, but really for everyone. Check out the whole series including “mean or nice” and “support your friends“. [...]
This is the second in a series of “Do This, Not That” posts regarding social media with special attention to musicians. Click here to read the first post on this subject.
“Support your friends.” It seems like that should go without saying. Unfortunately, this is not [...]
This is the first in a series of posts: “Do this, not that” (#DTNT) for musicians (at least) on social media (#SM) or social networking.
Finger Lakes Grassroots Festival of Music and Dance
One of best Christmas gifts I received last year was a Summer music festival pass to the Finger Lakes Grassroots Festival of Music and Dance. And now, that gift continues to give even after the festival is over and even the last ice chest [...]
House concerts are great! There aren’t many shows that take such little planning but give such big return. All you need is a house, a host, and some of his/her friends and you’re set! In fact, many artists make a [...]
Helienne Lindvall: Publishers and songwriters question why labels should get a much bigger share when a track is played on Pandora or Spotify
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