Music Marketing Manifesto Podcast


Are Facebook Ads the New Touring? Podcast Episode #19

Facebook Ads and Touring

39 comments

In episode #19 of the Music Marketing Manifesto Podcast we are going to take a look at Facebook advertising and the notion that it is to modern independent musicians, what touring has been in decades past. Now before all you road veterans get yourselves all worked up in the comments below, I am not hear […]

Your Guide To Music Licensing – Podcast Episode # 18

Ali Handal

12 comments

In episode #18 of the Music Marketing Manifesto Podcast Ali Handal, co-founder of Triple Scoop Music, joins us to offer insight into the world of music licensing. Triple Scoop Music is a boutique music licensing company that focuses on serving photographers, filmmakers, and leading brands worldwide. Ali gives us an insider’s perspective on how music […]

How to Land A Sponsorship For Your Band – Podcast Episode # 17

sponsors written on blackboard

11 comments

In episode #17 of the Music Marketing Manifesto Podcast we are joined by James Book of Top Secret Productions to talk about sponsorships. What they are, how they work, and the best way to go about trying to secure one for your band or music. James Book is the former bassist of the gold selling […]

Spotify: Helping Or Hurting Independent Artists?

Spotify monster

29 comments

  A few weeks ago I posted something on the MMM Facebook page about the Fact that Taylor Swift recently pulled her entire catalog from Spotify. She was quoted as saying “I’m not wiling to contribute my life’s work to an experiment that I don’t feel fairly compensates the writers, producers, artists, and creators of […]

Here’s How You Release The Number #1 Blues Album In America

16 comments

  Over the last few months I’ve had the pleasure of working as the marketing director for blues artist Janiva Magness‘ newly formed indie label, Fat Head Records. The label’s first release debut at #5 on Billboard’s Blues Chart and has held the #1 spot on blues radio for much of this summer. In the […]

How A Very Unusual Band Consistently Converts 20% Of Their Subscribers Into Album BUYERS – Podcast Episode 14

The New Jacobin Club Band

8 comments

  In the latest episode of the Music Marketing Manifesto Podcast, Xerxes Horde from the New Jacobin Club, joins us to discuss how he’s been able to use the strategies learned in MMM 3.0 to outsell two years of web sales in under three months, and generate some pretty impressive sales and subscriber stats. The […]

CD Baby Founder, Derek Sivers, on the Habits of Successful Independent Musicians: Podcast Episode 13

Derek Sivers, founder of CD Baby

26 comments

In this episode of the Music Marketing Manifesto Podcast, CD Baby founder Derek Sivers, joins us to discuss how he transitioned from musician to owner of the world’s largest distributor of independent music. He also discusses some of the defining patterns and traits he observed in their best selling artists. To listen in just go […]

A New Take On Crowd Sourcing & A Discussion About Haters: Podcast Episode 12

Patreon Logo

9 comments

In this episode of the Music Marketing Manifesto Podcast Tyler Palmer joins us to discuss Patreon; crowd funding platform with a twist. We also have a frank discussion about haters and trolls, what’s normal, and whether or not it’s worth taking any of it on board. We also share some of the more outlandish hate […]

1200 Albums Sold To A List Of Just 3000 Fans – Podcast Episode 11

19 comments

  In episode 11 of the Music Marketing Manifesto Podcast we’ll be talking with independent singer songwriter, Danika Holmes. Danika is a Music Marketing Manifesto member who recently wrote in to report that she was able to sell 1200 copies of her Christmas album to a list of approximately 3000 fans, in just a few […]

The Vegan Black Metal Chef & Niche Marketing In Music

The Vegan Black Metal Chef

11 comments

  I’m excited to introduce you guys to what is possibly the coolest guest I’ve ever had on the Music Marketing Manifesto Podcast, the Vegan Black Metal Chef. The Vegan Black Metal Chef combines music and cooking in a very unexpected and fun way, which has led to coverage from ABC, the Washington Post, Wired, […]

« Previous Page Next Page »