ShareTweet When Facebook announced their music service it raised a great deal of questions and excitement about how this could change the delivery, marketing and purchasing of music online. They […]
ShareTweet So, you have your social media and networking sites all set up, you’re interacting with fans, and your YouTube channel is growing all the time – but there’s something […]
ShareTweet Continuing on from the previous post, in part 2 at our look into social media sites we’ll be casting our eye over twitter, MySpace and LinkedIn, to see what […]
ShareTweet Last week we imparted our wisdom on the top 10 mistakes that artists make on social media. Following on from that post, this week we’re focusing on the five […]
ShareTweet If you followed last week’s advice, you should have the format of your newsletters sorted. This week, we’re focusing on the mistakes that artists make when using social media. […]
ShareTweet It’s a tough time to be a musician, or the right time, depending on who you’re listening to. Whether you’re afraid or fearless, one thing that’s certain is that […]
One of our premier free tools, the Zimbalam Artist Page, allows our musicians to create simple websites, to centralise all their content, contact information and even plan and implement promotional campaigns. Artist Pages are easy to create and require no HTML knowledge to customise. A fully stocked Zimbalam Artist Page will hold all your important band information. An explanation of our Artist Website tool.
The internet has had a disastrous effect on traditional media, people are becoming more dependent on blogs, e-zines and social networks to discover music and are less dedicated to established players, however, as a musician in the 21st century, the NME’s loss is your gain. Think of your online media campaign as equivalent to gigging and be prepared to give stuff away…
Getting your music heard online, amongst millions of other artists, tracks, videos and pictures of funny cats is no easy job. Social networks, however, allow us as musicians and marketers to communicate with people who are interested in our music and allow them to easily recommend and share our work with their friends.