We spoken before about difficult fans and how to deal with them but haters are a whole other discussion. Unfortunately as great as social media can be at connecting people it’s also a feeding ground for haters and those simply out to spread negativity. With the ability to hide behind a screen it gives them free reign to say anything they want and for the most part it’s easy to handle but here are a few tips is the haters are getting out of hand.
First off I’ve got to mention simply ignoring them, most haters get bored when no one is listening so ignoring them and giving your focus to real fans will likely get rid of them but for those who insist on sticking around there are some things you can do.
Start killing them with kindness, if you’re so inclined to respond to them I would suggest discussing their comments in a respectful manner. If they have some harsh criticisms discuss how you can improve and what their adviOctober 20, 2018
As an aspiring musician or DJ bad reviews and comments can be a huge hit especially if you’re new to the industry and haven’t been exposed to negative feedback before. But if it makes you feel any better everyone receives bad reviews even the professionals, it simply about dealing with them rather than trying to make everyone happy.
For up and coming artists these comments and reviews can be especially harsh as you continue to try and find your way within the industry, those looking in on you will take any opportunity to critique your work. Amongst the negative feedback there will also be constructive criticism which can be helpful but ultimately you will do whatever you feel is right for your career. So how to handle the bad reviews, here are a few tips that will hopefully help.
Although a lot of comments may be seen as negative and harsh take a moment to think about how you can turn it into a positive, maybe they’ve tried to give some helpful tips but simply went aSeptember 18, 2018