Growing Your Fan Base With Free Social Media Strategies

Posted on April 1st, 2019   Comments: 21

Music marketing manifesto podcast with Rick Barker

If you’ve ever gone through any of my training programs then you know that I’m a huge fan of paid advertising. I think that it’s an invaluable tool for musicians who want to get their music in front of a large number of people very quickly.

Having said that, it’s not for everyone. Some musicians just don’t have the budget, and others are simply not at a place in their career to be able to take on the financial risk that comes along with paid advertising.

Fortunately there are many free traffic generation strategies out there for musicians who are not quite ready to try their hand at paid advertising.

Enter Rick Barker…

Rick Barker is music industry veteran. He’s the former manager of Taylor Swift, and he’s the author of “The $150,000 Music Degree“.

In episode #34 of the Music Marketing Manifesto Podcast, Rick joins us to talk about ways that you can use sites like Facebook and Instagram to grow your fan base and generate income from your music – for FREE!

If you’re looking for the link to the FREE webinar Rick mentioned on the show, you can find it here.

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What do you think about the strategies Rick outlined on the show? Are you ready to give them a try? Have you already had some success doing what he recommends? Please share your feedback in the comments below…

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