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 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 [...]
Here are five things you should know about the way technology is affecting your memory.
Overload “I can always google it.” Distraction Lost the Big Picture Memory degeneration
But seriously, read the whole article!
I’m glad to have Tracy “Trace” Ready providing a guest post on muz4now™. Trace and I have been supporting each other as freelancers in the social media world for some time and finally got around to extending our connection (beyond occasional comments) to the blogosphere. I’m proud and honored to share Trace’s post on Jango. [...]
On March 18, 2012, I posted this glowing review of VibeDeck. As you’ll see if you try to click on some of the links in the original post (below), I am no longer on VibeDeck. In spite of raising millions of dollars to “keep a free platform” for indie musicians, they have gone to an [...]
If you haven’t already found it, please click over to Sessionville’s web site and read my post with networking tips for getting local gigs. Independent bands and solo artists should find these tips to be of interest.
While you’re there, be sure [...]
This is the penultimate review in a series based on my own research, plus
This is the seventh song sales tool that I’ve reviewed after getting lots of wonderful input from many musicians across Twitter, the blogosphere and the web. My main interest right now is direct sales of digital downloads of songs, so that’s my [...]
Let me put that another way: Don’t read this page. I do highly recommend reading the comments below this post, though. They are great indicators of why I wrote a “better” [...]