8 Awful Marketing Ideas for Musicians

 

Original review from FilmAndGameComposers.Com – find it here

 

With technology advancing at an incredible pace year on year, its now easier than ever for anyone to compose music in their bedroom. This lower entry level into the music industry means its now bursting at the seams with everyone fighting for their voice to be heard. It can be hard to cut through the noise and get the right people to hear your tracks.

In this article, I want to focus on some of the different forms of marketing I’ve seen composers and electronic musicians try using to get their music heard. I want to highlight why these are bad ways to market your music, and I want to show you why its important to think about your end goal first.

Please bare in mind, the following is just my opinion, and I could be absolutely wrong, but these just stand out to me as awful ways to try and market your music.

 
 

1. SEND OTHER COMPOSERS OUR TRACKS VIA FACEBOOK