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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


  • Eden says:

    Hi there, I am familiar with this process as I’ve taken another course from someone who seems to have learned from you as they teach pretty much the same thing but without your accolades and success with other artists aside from your own…wish I’d found YOU earlier as your course has definitely already been tried and proven over and over. I’m still considering yours tho especially because you mention you offer a “theme” (is that using WordPress? opposed to Leadpages?). Would there be examples of this theme, and would there be a fee attached, aside from the course, for continued use? I’m trying to find an easy, less expensive (because I’m just starting) alternative to leadpages…
    Ps: Love the podcasts by the way! Thank you for sharing such valuable info 😃

    • John Oszajca says:

      Hi Eden,

      Thanks for the kind words, and for your interest in MMM. I’ve been in the space since 2009 and it’s definitely starting to get crowded out there. At the very least it’s cool to see that the approach is starting to catch on and spread like that. I’m sure each person teaching this stuff brings their own nuances to the table.

      The MMM theme that is included with the course is WordPress based, and there is no ongoing or extra fee for it, other than your normal hosting fees. But hosting can be as low as just $5 or $6 a month, depending on what plan you go with, and you can use any host you want.

      Here’s an example of my own site using the theme:

      But keep in mind that much of what makes the theme so powerful are the landing page templates, which wouldn’t be immediately visible as they are part of an internal funnel that only subscribers would see. It’s also very customizable and as such can look more or less any way you want it to. I show you how to set up and customize the theme in MMM.

      Let me know if you have any additional questions and thanks again for your interest in MMM.

      This video explains a bit more about it:

  • Timothy payn says:

    This video brought the holes in my strategues to my attention. Payday you will hear from me again. 💯

  • Bukola says:

    Hi John,

    Thanks for the clear and concise video. Is the MMM blueprint available now?

  • Shawna says:

    Thanks for the vid. I am well versed in creating and implementing sales funnels, fb ads, and good copy. My question is, how are you upselling your albums for a package deal if they are listed on cd baby and itunes as stand alone items?
    Thx John

    • John Oszajca says:

      Hi Shawna,

      Great question. If you are offering a better price on a 2 for 1 deal than if they were just stand-alone, it’s a no-brainer to buy it from your website, rather than those other sites.

      That said, I recommend artists sell exclusively from their own website for the most part. Not to mention that listing your music on those other sites can work to undermine your ability to sell from your own website.

      Plus you cannot customize offers from those sites, like you can on your own website (like 2 for 1 offers).

      While streaming does play a role in what I’m teaching, it’s really only something that comes up at the very end of an album release cycle.

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

  • Hi John,
    Is there a time frame to start using MMM ? If I buy before Chrismas and starting MMM in February, for instance, is there a problem ? Is this a scheduled thing ?

    • John Oszajca says:

      Hi Rejean,

      Thanks for your interest.

      No, there’s not time limit/schedule or anything that you need to stick to. MMM 4.0 is hosted inside of an interactive members area, right here on the MMM website. You can login at any time and go through the course at your own pace. Plus if you ever get stuck along the way, you can either leave a comment on the lesson you are working on, or contact us directly by email, and either myself or my support team will get back to you. We respond to all support requests within one business day.

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

  • Just want to be on the list

  • Winsor Bell says:

    Please fill me in on more information please thank you very much

  • Dana Magett says:

    Tell me more

  • Ron says:

    This was so informative. I’m excited to get started.

  • Definitely need help getting songs played on the radio and all the other different places that you mentioned

  • James says:

    Hi John my name is James I just watched your video and I must say I am very excited to begin my independent music now thank you for your free video and I must apply this method now

    • John Oszajca says:

      Hi James,

      Thanks for your interest and for taking the time to check out the video. I’m glad it has given you some ideas on how to move forward.

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

  • Majid Dease says:

    Man oh man this was the most direct, and easy relative not to mention the most beneficial nformation that I have had the pleasure to experience in such a long time. I’ve wasted hard earned money on cds, books and countless pamphlet inquiring the best methods to do this and that concerning marketing my music but by far this is the guru of all of them. Thank you for the breakdown and upliftment of my knowledge towards my goal of pushing my music out there to the masses in such an easy step by step way…I am interested in hearing more but as of right now I have to move some things around in order to purchase this valuable set of priceless hear with me because it’s on my Xmas list for myself and my entertainment group because something this good must be shared and experienced..thank you for taking the time out for those hungry for knowledge, progress, and success.

    • John Oszajca says:

      Hi Majid,

      Thanks for taking the time to check out the video. I really appreciate your interest and I’m happy to hear that you found the information to be helpful.

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


  • Ivory Rose says:

    I need help with marketing my music 🎶

  • Hey John, really enjoyed your video and I’m very interested in this and thanks for sharing. I’ve been writing and recording for a long time and been trying to learn more about online marketing. I’ve been as so many people beating a dead horse so this is something I’m gonna try and get when my budget allows it. Thanks man and God bless

    • John Oszajca says:

      Hi Brian,

      Thanks for your interest and for taking the time to check out the video. I’m happy to hear that his strategy resonates with you.

      Please let me know if I can ever help with anything else.

  • Brando Neal says:

    Definitely love the knowledge and the wisdom

  • JokafaZe says:

    This sounds great but im sure its going to cost me money that i dont have to get it going just like all of these do. If its so easy why is everybody not doing it.

    • John Oszajca says:

      Hi JokafaZe,

      Thanks for your interest. Yes, like with any business, you will have some expenses and cost of doing business. That’s to be expected.

      That said, this is not any kind of magic bullet strategy. It does take work and it takes some effort to dial things in, to get the kind of numbers you need to see to be profitable. And like with any business there is no guarantee of success.

      I mention this in the video, but one of the reasons not everyone is doing this is because typically independent artists tend to follow the lead of the traditional music industry and their methods of marketing, which are not ideal for independent artists, whether those artists know it or not. Often times they just aren’t aware that there is an approach that gives them more control over the outcome, that also does the job of actually selling your music actively, rather than passively hoping that someone just buys it.

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

  • deandre says:

    hope it works

  • Please email video and details. Very interested but don’t have time to watch right now. Thanks, Teresa.

  • King Jay Carter says:

    It doesn’t sound like a bad at all I would like to see if it could work for me let’s work.

    • John Oszajca says:

      Hi King Jay,

      Great! Thanks for your interest. I’m confident that you could have success with this approach to marketing your music.

      Let me know if I can ever help with anything.

  • JERROLD says:

    I’m sold on the idea I have the Time to master your course,i really want to get with your program

    • John Oszajca says:

      Hi Jerrold,

      That’s great news! I’m glad the content resonates with you and hopefully I’ll see you in the members area soon.

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

  • Qualo jones says:

    The nlueprint video is going to be interested

  • Robert B. says:

    I write music in different genres, Recently copyrighted and just don’t know how to market it…

    • John Oszajca says:

      Hi Robert,

      Thanks for your interest. In this case you’d likely want to market your self as an artist, rather than as an active player in any particular genre. That way the eclectic nature of what you do can be a part of your particular branding.

      This might mean targeting smaller and more varied audiences, but ultimately you’d be looking for crossover interest from the varied aspects, into the entirety of what you do.

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

  • Miles says:

    Hi John, this is great stuff! I’m really looking forward to taking your course. Quick question, how would you recommend a musician with multiple bands or projects approach building one or more campaigns, and potentially selling across separate email lists? For example, if I’m promoting my solo act, but also another band of which I’m a member, are there protocols for how to let your fans know about your other projects, or for adding them to the other email list?

    • John Oszajca says:

      Hi Miles,

      Thanks for your interest. I’m happy to hear that this strategy resonates with you.

      I would suggest marketing each as a separate funnel. That way you can keep your audience targeting very specific to each project and find your ideal fan avatar for each.

      Eventually you might find some crossover interest among the different subscriber lists for each project, and email is a great way to keep the projects in front of people and foster that kind of crossover.

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

  • Hey John, Im simply needing a good landing page to collect emails of subscribers, can you help?

    • John Oszajca says:

      Hi Jamahl,

      Thanks for your interest. Yes, that’sa huge part of making the strategy work.

      In the course I give you a real world example of a working “squeeze page”, as well as explaining the basic elements of it that make it work. The MMM 4.0 course also comes with a custom website theme template for WordPress, that includes all of the various page types you need to execute the strategy, including the page you are asking about.

      You can find out more about MMM 4.0 here:

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

  • Warren gray says:

    I am a producer/Artist and looking to break ground in the music industry and for a chance to be heard.

  • deepak verma says:

    i am a song writer along with a singer ,i wrote many songs till now but still i didnt get any plateform to release my songs on a high level,
    would you like to help me, because i want build my carrer as a musician.

    • John Oszajca says:

      Hi Deepak,

      Thanks for your interest. The blueprint video will give you a really great overview of some steps you can take now, to begin building the right audience for your music.

      Let me know if I can ever help with anything.

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