Welcome to Music Marketing Manifesto 4.0

Welcome to the Music Marketing Manifesto 4.0 members area! Please watch the introductory video below to get up to speed.

In short, Music Marketing Manifesto 4.0 is designed to teach you a sound and proven strategy for selling your music in a profitable and sustainable way.

Music Marketing Manifesto is an advanced music marketing course. It assumes you already have an album recorded and mastered and are ready to start selling it. The course also assumes you already have a fundamental knowledge of many of the popular social media tools available such as Facebook and Twitter. However, if there are any areas that you simply don’t understand, use the comment feature at the bottom of each lesson. I will do my best to make sure that myself, or someone on my staff, answers any and all questions you might have about the process.

There are no magic bullets out there people. Every artist is different and results will vary significantly. By following the steps in this course you are not guaranteed any specific income or results. That being said, I personally use the techniques in this course, and have worked with thousands of artists in various capacities over the last few years. And I can tell you from first hand experience, if applied correctly, the techniques you will find in this course really do work. So get to it!

Click here to go to the first lesson.

293 Comments

  • Ian Griffiths says:

    Hi,
    How’s it going there in MMM land?
    This is a great program, recommended by Rick Barker no less…

    I have a problem, and I’m sure there’s a simple solution to this:

    Why do all my page links appear in the footer menu of my ‘thank you’ page (after somebody has signed up to free tracks)? My ‘thank you’ page is the sales pipe template option…

    The only way I can solve this is to use full width no sidebar template…

    Help would be appreciated
    Many thanks,
    Griff

    • Hi Ian,

      Steve here from support. There is a much more comprehensive way to fix this issue and that’s by creating custom menus.

      You can do this under “Appearance >> Menus” . There are four different menu types in the theme template:

      1) Main Navigation (top of the page)
      2) Main footer (which you are asking about)
      3) Squeeze page footer
      4) Sales page footer

      You can set up custom menus for each of these locations. First, select a location (in this case the main footer). Then give the menu a name. Then from the left, tick only the pages you wish to have in the menu. Then click “Add to menu”. Then save any changes.

      Let us know if we can ever help with anything else.

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