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  • How to Avoid Annoying Followers with your Promotional Posts
    How to Avoid Annoying Followers with your Promotional Posts

    If you’re an active musician you probably have a strong presence on social media, presumably you’re following a great deal of other artists within the industry and more likely than not you’re probably bombarded with content from your fellow musicians on a daily basis. There is certainly a right and wrong way to post on social media and unfortunately if you begin to annoy your followers they will not hesitate to unfollow you.

    So how exactly are musicians meant to advertise, promote and communicate with fans without overwhelming followers and consequently see your numbers drop? Here are a few tips and tricks that will help you get the most out of your social media whilst still making your content enjoyable for your followers.

    The first step is to limit your posts; the last thing your followers want to see is their feed full of your content. They likely follow many other accounts and presumably would like to see their content as well as yours so keep posts limited and t

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  • A Guide to Finishing your Songs
    A Guide to Finishing your Songs

    We’ve all felt that spark of inspiration, your mind is flooded with new thoughts and ideas and you can’t wait to get started on a new project. Although we go through moments where we lack inspiration when we do it’s very easy to sit down and start writing every lyric or sound that comes to mind, the hardest part is seeing it through.

    The battle we have with ourselves is a difficult one when writing songs, is it good enough, is it worth finishing, do I still have that spark that I had in the beginning. Finding that motivation and belief in ourselves is vital to finishing any project and the more you do the better you get at it. Of course that much easier said than done but hopefully some of the tips will help you on your way to completely that song.

    I always encourage musicians to take note of anything that comes to mind, inspiration can go just as fast as it came so it’s important to get it all down. With that being said try to reframe from starting any new projects,

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  • How to Maintain your Studies Whilst Pursing Music
    How to Maintain your Studies Whilst Pursing Music

    College or University is certainly no walk in the park, between classes, studying and exams there’s barely enough time to keep on top of the basics such as eating and sleeping regularly. So how do people balance all of this whilst pursing their side career or hobby, well it can be done but it takes a lot of preparation and dedication.

    If you’re struggling to handle being a model student whilst actively pursuing music then there are a few things you can implement into your routine to help balance the two.

    As tough as it may be you will have to decide which comes first, when it comes to making the difficult decisions between taking a gig and studying for an exam you will need to know which is your priority. This also goes for socialising, are you willing to give up certain aspects in order to both study and make music. It may mean giving up an occasional night out with friends or a class here and there, whatever it may be its important to distinguish what can be sacrif

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  • A Guide to Increasing Merchandise Sales
    A Guide to Increasing Merchandise Sales

    Selling merchandise may or may not be something you enjoy but ultimately for many bands and musicians it’s a great resource for many reasons, not only to earn some extra cash but to gain exposure. As a form of marketing selling merchandise it something you will want to put some effort into, fans will not appreciate poor merch and if they feel you’re doing it for all the wrong reasons it can have a very negative effect on sales and your overall image.

    So what to do if your merchandise sales are still starting to drop, here are a few tips that may help get you back in business. Not all will apply to you but hopefully implementing one or more ideas will help drive sales.

    Start considering where you’re promoting and selling you merchandise, if you’re primarily doing it online then you might want to reconsider. Most sales are done before and after shows, I would suggest making sure you’re promoting your products on stage however make sure you don’t overdo it. Presumably a

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