6 Tips on How to Boost SEO for Your Website

Search engine optimization (SEO) is a powerful tool that can help you get discovered organically and book more gigs. The Google search bar is most people’s first stop when looking for any kind of information — so if your website doesn’t rank highly for your target keywords, chances are slim you’ll ever be seen. The […]

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How Many Fans Do Musicians Need to Be Successful on Patreon?

Monetizing superfans is being touted as a way for artists to make a living, and Patreon is arguably the original superfan monetization platform. David “D4” Nguyen offers an experienced look at what it takes to be successful on Patreon. The article, authored by David “D4” Nguyen and published on Hypebot, explores the necessary fan base […]

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7 Ways To Make Money on YouTube as a Musician

YouTube offers tons of features to help creators like you optimize the money they’re making from the platform. Are you utilizing everything they have to offer? If not, here are some big ones you definitely don’t want to miss in 2024… The article on the Symphonic Blog, authored by Randi Zimmerman, outlines various strategies that […]


10 SEO Tips For Musicians.

When you want to know something about anything, where do you turn? Nowadays, to a search engine. Practically everyone uses search engines every day to find information, big or small. The article from Bandzoogle, titled “10 SEO Tips for Musicians,” provides a comprehensive guide for musicians aiming to improve their online presence through effective search […]


5 Ways to Root Out Your Superfans | Two Story Melody

The first step in this journey is you need to build stronger relationships with the fans you already have and if you don’t have a lot of fans you need to work on getting a core group of them into your world. The article “5 Ways to Root Out Your Superfans” from Two Story Melody, […]


The 6 Things To Add To Your Music Portfolio

A music portfolio is a must for all musicians. Whether you’re a producer looking for new clients, a band looking to connect with industry professionals, or a student looking to gather materials for applications, a portfolio will allow you to showcase your music and who you are as an artist. The blog article from Bandzoogle […]

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Top Artists Use This Strategy to Build a Loyal Fanbase

Building an engaged community of loyal fans is the key to long-term success as an artist. The article from discusses how artists can build and maintain a loyal fanbase by focusing on offering exclusive content and using owned channels. Key strategies include: The article concludes that by using these strategies, artists can sustainably build […]

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10 Effective Strategies to Grow a Fanbase for Your Music on Social Media

In today’s digital age, social media has become an indispensable tool for musicians looking to grow their fanbase and expand their reach. With millions of users actively engaging on platforms like Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and TikTok, the potential to connect with fans and build a dedicated following has never been greater In this insightful blog […]


How To Navigate a Distribution Deal for Music | Disc Makers

Historically speaking, artists have needed assistance getting their music into people’s hands. Enter the music distributor! The article “How To Navigate a Distribution Deal for Music” by Chris Huff on Disc Makers Blog delves into the evolving landscape of music distribution and how independent artists can effectively navigate it. Traditionally, music distributors acted as intermediaries […]


10 emails you can send your fans right now – ReverbNation Blog

Here’s the sad reality: Most musicians neglect their email list. Even though email subscribers are your MOST reliable fans (and customers!) The blog article titled “10 emails you can send your fans right now” from ReverbNation Blog, authored by Chris Robley, offers practical email ideas for musicians to keep their audience engaged throughout the year. […]