10 Ways To Get You And Your Bandmates Started On Google Plus || Dotted Music

So you’ve heard of Google+ and may or may not have gotten an invite. Word on the marketer’s grape vine is that Google+ is looking to be the next social media marketing powerhouse. So why, as a band, musician, label, or marketer, should you care? via dottedmusic.com A great article, well worth the read 🙂… Read More 10 Ways To Get You And Your Bandmates Started On Google Plus || Dotted Music

Writing a Band Bio for Your Website – Create an Artist Bio That Rocks | The HostBaby Blog

Describing your music project in a way that really sells can be a daunting task. It’s easy to get mired in names, dates, events, musical influences and other details while neglecting the more compelling aspects of your musical story. Your website bio needs to interest your fans and offer value to people in “the business.”… Read More Writing a Band Bio for Your Website – Create an Artist Bio That Rocks | The HostBaby Blog

Music Marketing [dot] com: 5 Benefits of Recording at Home

With the availability of cost effective home recording equipment, building a home studio is becoming more attractive to bands and soloists out there who can’t afford to spend time in a professional studio. There are benefits to recording at home instead of in a studio, mainly involving time and money—your two most precious resources. via… Read More Music Marketing [dot] com: 5 Benefits of Recording at Home

Does using social media interfere with creativity? — Tech News and Analysis

Using social-media tools like Twitter, Facebook and blogs has become almost a necessity for musicians, authors and creative professionals of all kinds, as a way of both promoting their work and connecting with their fans. But can doing all this get in the way of the creative spark that makes them artists in the first… Read More Does using social media interfere with creativity? — Tech News and Analysis

Bob Baker’s Indie Music Promotion Blog: Google+ Hangouts for Music Promotion

The thing that makes Google+ Hangouts special is its build-in video feature. As it functions now, up to 10 people with webcams can participate in a live audio-visual chat session. Cool idea. It didn’t take long for some creative and proactive musicians to jump on this opportunity. via music-promotion-blog.blogspot.com I’ve just hopped onto the Google+… Read More Bob Baker’s Indie Music Promotion Blog: Google+ Hangouts for Music Promotion