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Manuel is a passionate, driven, and techsavvy AV technician, artist and music composer with over ten years of experience, specializing in the captivating world of music and entertainment.

Manuel is an expert in creating soundtracks for short filmsfeature films and video games.

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music advertisingI know the title “Guerrilla Music Advertising” might seem a bit odd, but bear with me, and I will explain everything. In this article, you will learn the number one way to grow your fan base and build a successful music career Dance to Your very own Tune With a lifetime career in Music - The music industry offers a diverse range of rewarding and engaging career opportunities. Here are some of the top careers in the music business: Artist Manager As an artist manager, you will be responsible for handling the business aspects of being in a band. This role, also known as a band manager, involves promoting the… , starting right now.

When I stopped following music advertising experts who had not accomplished much in the music industry Marketing and Music: Any Song Can Become Famous? - Today let's dive into a topic that's been buzzing around a lot: the relationship between marketing and music. We all know that marketing plays a massive role in the music industry, but does it actually hold the power to make any track a hit? Or does talent still stand a chance? First off, let's address… and began to learn ninja skills from those who were making millions of dollars online, everything became much easier.

Now, all I do is imitate what these successful individuals do to make so much money and then apply it to my music.

So, here are the top two things musicians can learn about marketing from old-school internet marketers:

  1. Free Traffic is Best

As a music advertising expert, you should be aiming for a free traffic model in your business. The reason for this is that most indie artists are on a limited budget, and if you spend money daily on advertising, you could likely go bankrupt.

The best way I know to get free traffic to your site is to post a video on YouTube every day of your band covering a current chart hit. If you stick with this, you are guaranteed free traffic for life!

  1. What if your band is not good?

I understand that many bands and musicians fail to make any progress in their careers because they don’t believe strongly in their own music and think there’s no way they could ever make it in the music industry compared to other artists like Lady Gaga and such.

However, if your band isn’t great, that’s okay; just admit it, because I have a secret sauce you can add to your music that could put you far ahead of other musicians if you apply it daily.

The method goes like this:

The best way to become great at music is to spend 30 minutes each day writing new material. I go into the bathroom with my iPhone and record ideas without editing anything out. I just sing and play whatever comes to mind and set my iPhone timer to half an hour, so I don’t have to keep checking my watch.

By doing this, I have more songs than I know what to do with, and after a month, I can genuinely see that the quality of my music is much better than when I started.

It might sound cliché, but I believe every great singer or guitarist began as not-so-great, and because they practiced every day, they were able to raise the standard of their work to the desired level.

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