What would I do with just $500 to spend on music marketing?

Music Marketing Budget

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Most musicians are on significantly limited budgets and typically there is very little money set aside for marketing. In this episode I field a question from listener, Jason Eli, who asked how I would spend my money if I had just $500 (approximately) to spend on music marketing.  If you’ve got a question that you […]

From 0 to 26 Album Sales Per Day, Using MMM

Kevin Goetz from Mute Prophet

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In the latest episode of the Music Marketing Manifesto Podcast we are going to speak with Kevin Goetz from the metal band, Mute Prophet. Kevin is a Music Marketing Manifesto member who I have watched over the last few years as he (along with other members of his band) took Mute Prophet from obscurity and […]

LIVE Music Marketing Q & A – Replay

John Oszajca from Music Marketing Manifesto

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In episode #38 of the Music Marketing Manifesto Podcast we are going to be doing something a bit different… This episode consists of the audio taken from a LIVE Music Marketing Q & A that I held last week. During the Q & A, dozens of attendees sent in questions about the best way to […]

How to Grow Your Fan Base With Just $5/Day

Five Dollar Ad Strategy

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In Episode #32 of the Music Marketing Manifesto Podcast I am going to teach you how to grow your fan base using Facebook ads for just $5 a day. This strategy varies from many other strategies that I teach in that it is less focused on lead generation, and more focused on slow and steady […]

Marketing Music Outside of the United States…

marketing your music outside of the US

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When it comes to building your fan base, it’s not just about the U.S.. You have millions of potential fans and music buyers  spread out around the world and they shouldn’t be neglected. But many international musicians have felt that while one thing might work in the United States, it doesn’t always work in other […]

9 Billboard Chart Positions, 30,000 Email Subscribers, and 9000 Albums Sold Using MMM – Podcast Episode #22

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In episode #22 of the Music Marketing Manifesto Podcast we are going to speak with Josh Solomon of The Empty Pockets. Josh is a Music Marketing Manifesto member who used what he learned in the course to transform his band’s last album release from a “flop” into an ENORMOUS indie success story. When the band’s […]

My New Favorite Facebook Advertising “Hack”

Facebook Lookalike Audience Video

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As we’ve talked a lot about over the last few weeks, “targeting” is one of the most crucial aspects of any online advertising campaign. Target the wrong audience and nothing will work. You’ll pay too much for clicks, and those that do click simply won’t convert. Unfortunately, targeting also happens to be one of the most […]

Are Facebook Ads the New Touring? Podcast Episode #19

Facebook Ads and Touring

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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

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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 […]

Facebook Lead Ads – Game Changer?

Facebook Lead Ads

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Facebook has just announced a new feature within their ad network that may just be a game changer for musicians like us. That is to say, musicians who understand that their success will directly correlate to the size of their mailing list. The new feature allows advertisers (that’s you) to run ads with a “native […]

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