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Be sure to post any comments or questions below. I’ll answer as many as I can personally and if I find any common themes I’ll create special training videos just for you. More free stuff coming your way soon…..

– John Oszajca
Founder, Music Marketing Manifesto


  • Quethedon says:

    Hello I’m up and coming new rapper and I’m just trying to figure out what I need to do to start promoting and selling my CD I think I might can use your help with that

  • Bill Gene says:

    Thanks John. For the first time I can see the light at the end of the tunnel. Your MMM info has lightened up my musical spirit. Pls I will need you to take me through the A – Z of marketing my music personally.

  • Steve Benham says:

    Dear John, a year ago I set up a non profit online radio station called Sound Street Radio SSR990.Com for new and established music, DJ’s and young people who want to get into the music media industry. It’s doing fairly well but I would now like to increase our awareness and listener fan base. I’ve been a successful musician most of my adult life which is why I want to help young musicians DJ’s and programme producers around the World to find their own potential by providing them with a media platform on which to present their talents. Do you think that your MMM process can work for SSR! If so then I would like to take this to the next stage. I look forward to hearing from you soon, kind regards Stephen.

    • John Oszajca says:

      Hi Steve,

      Thanks for your interest. My specific focus is on helping artists ell music to fans. It sounds like what you are doing would be a completely different market and therefore the approach to the market might be different. That said, much of the direct-to-fan, or direct response methods can work across several varying markets, products and services.

      Let me know if I can ever help with anything else.

  • Eric Livsey says:

    Excellent presentation.Very educational and important information. Will get stated now thanks to you!

  • Ray jorge says:

    Thank you very nice information that may me feel I’m in the right direction

  • Chrisbonafide says:

    Great job John. Blessings in all you do, my brother.

    ~ Chris Bonafide, GoldfingersLa.

  • Doc V says:

    Thanks so much for sharing your expertise and knowledge. I am considering learning more.

  • Earl Cole says:

    Interested in learning more,please email me and thanks.

  • I truly would like to purchase the 4.0

  • MOAB LOW says:

    Is it possible for me to obtain you personal assistance in beginning my market campaign??

  • Funky B. Good (Jay Frazier) says:

    good vibes brought me here

  • Thanks John! Appreciate your time putting all of this info together to help other Artists. Very cool of you! Would your program work well along side Patreon? Or would it be better to focus on one at a time? I’m very new to doing the marketing. Thanks John!

    • John Oszajca says:

      Hi Mike,

      Thanks for your interest. Yes, crowd funding sites are really just sales platforms, so that certainly does fall in line with this strategy, although I really don’t discuss crowd funding in the MMM course.

      So what you could do is build your list and then instead of selling an existing album, try to have a new one made by getting your subscribers to pre-order the album you are raising funding for.

      Essentially it would simply be people who like your music, voting with their money to see your next album get made.

      Let me know if I can ever help with anything else.

  • Hey my name is Nemencio Rosario CEO off NRMUSICENTERPRISE independent label is there a way that you could help me get my artist out and start selling they music please feel free to contact me and let me no how much would you charge for your services thank you for your time and have a great day,

    • John Oszajca says:

      Hi Nemencio,

      Thanks for your interest and for reaching out. The video on this page outlines the specific strategy I would recommend that artist follow for selling your music, however I have the MMM 4.0 course that walks you through setting up the system I outlined here. You can find out more about MMM 4.0 here:

      Let me know if I can ever help with anything else.

  • Ben Graves Jr says:

    Looks and sounds like something I’d be interested in.

  • Hi John thank you for sharing this information. I’m trying to get my music out to the world and make it profitable. Much appreciated brother you are doing awesome work to help the indi artist. Artist Steve Biko.

    • John Oszajca says:

      Hi Steve,

      Thanks for your interest. Good luck moving forward with your music and let me know if I can ever help with anything.

      • Gino says:

        Hi John,
        Thanks for sharing your video! Quick question, I am thinking of purchasing your Music Marketing Manifesto course however with all of the changing trends in the music industry (spotify, etc) how can musicians make any money selling music on line? I am true fan and thank you for all your great ideas.

        • John Oszajca says:

          Hi Gino,

          Thanks for your interest. Changing trends in music only apply if you are taking part in them. In other words, Spotify has no impact on your sales or your ability to sell, if you don’t list your music with them, at least not initially. You may want to eventually, but I recommend selling exclusively to your email subscriber list, so that you can see that big initial push of sales, before you eventually list with download and streaming services.

          With this approach, you not only control the availability of your music, but your sales numbers will be in direct proportion to the size of your list.

          Let me know if I can ever help with anything else.

  • Jay dizzle says:

    I can’t wait see the video I’m very interested

  • Mary says:

    I would be interested in learning more about this.

  • Cornelious says:

    Where is the link to purchase the system

  • Cornelious says:

    Is it primarily all video are can I call someone that would also help me through the process

  • Ras steve says:

    Thanks for the free information, I will definately look at incorporating this stratergy

    • John Oszajca says:

      Hi Ras,

      Cool! I definitely appreciate your interest and I hope you can see some progress from the things you begin to incorporate into your marketing.

      Let me know if I can ever help with anything else.

  • Hi John
    I really enjoyed your manifesto and would be keen to do some follow up ,,Your a very good communicator and what you said made quite a lot of sense ,I would love to hear more
    cheers Darren

  • Rosetta Fire says:

    How much would you recommend spending on stage 1 (FB/Twitter ads) to generate the initial click throughs? In this instance the band has c800 likes growing a few a week. The advice you have seems very practicable.

  • Nubis says:

    If you live in califorina I’d love to sit down and chat about my project.. just moved out here and I’m taking this very serious! I’d love to chat

    • John Oszajca says:

      Hi Nubis,

      Thanks for your interest and for the invitation. Unfortunately while I keep my business address in Los Angeles, I’m actually living overseas for the foreseeable future.

      Let me know if I can ever help with anything else.

  • Cornelious says:

    What is the most challenging part about executing this system of marketing

    • John Oszajca says:

      Hi Cornelius,

      Thanks for your interest. I would think that the hardest part for most musicians is overcoming any technical inexperience they may have.

      While the MMM 4.0 course walks you through everything step-by-step in order to set up the system, there are a few “moving parts” that you have to integrate and this is more challenging for some artists than for artists who do have a fair bit of technical experience.

      Other than that, once you get set up you will taking advantage of many automation features, which leverage time for you, so that you can pay attention to your ad campaigns/ funnel conversion metrics and make adjustments according to your results, to try to improve them.

      Let me know if I can ever help with anything else.

  • hey john …check me out @ & lemme kno if u can help in any way

  • Yolonda frazier says:

    In have a band. I’m considering a live and unplugged CD single first for investors and branding purposes for studio funding. Is that an ok option?

    • John Oszajca says:

      Hi Yolanda,

      Thanks for your interest. Yes, you could absolutely lead by offering a download of a live recorded single, especially if you feel it’s a good representation of your sound.

      Let me know if I can ever help with anything else.

  • Yolonda says:

    Is it ok to start off with a live single (unplugged) CD? I feel it’s the quickest way to brand yourself why you pursue investors and studio

  • Kevin W says:

    Awesome, John!
    This system puts the power back into the hands of the musician. Thank you!

  • Mike Ford says:

    I look forward to learning more about this I am a songwriter and underground Hip Hop artist about hidden agenda and I have over 200 poems online

    • John Oszajca says:

      Hi Mike,

      Great! I appreciate your interest. Keep your eye on your inbox, as I’m always sending out free and actionable info.

      Let me know if I can ever help with anything

  • Rob Farrell says:

    You never said how much your product is. How much is it? I didn’t see a link to click.


  • Eugene Hanes says:

    Thanks! Looking forward to engulfing your process!

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