The Power of Words – Podcast Episode #30

Posted on July 1st, 2018   Comments: 12

the power of words

In Episode #30 of the Music Marketing Manifesto Podcast you will hear the audio replay taken from a music marketing webinar I held earlier this week.

The focus of the webinar, and therefore this episode, is the power of words!

Promoting your music online means creating content. That might be a Facebook ad, a social media post, a landing page, a blog post or an email. But the actual words you use in that content, and the approach you take, has a tremendous impact on the results you ultimately get.

This discipline of using words to drive engagement and sales is called “Copywriting”, and weather you know it or not, it’s one of the most important skills you will ever learn.

Listen in as I explain why copywriting is so important, and share some of my best strategies for creating content that converts.

If you would like to download the presentation slides that I used in the webinar, you can do so here.

And if you would like to know more about the “Copywriting for Musicians Workshop” mentioned in the podcast, you can click here to get all the details.

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