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bigthink.com Andrew Graham-Dixon, who has been called "the most gifted art critic of his generation," revisits the scandalous, sensational life of Italian painter Caravaggio and finds in it a model for success in troubled times.
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thetoinetracksshow.com Its important to understand how consumers behave towards the music market. From purchasing music digitally or physically, to the spending power of ticket sales and merchandise, are all factors that need to be measure to find trends. In which leaves possibilities of outlining new niche markets and potential fans. In this episode, I went around Columbia College Chicago campus and ask some students basic questions such as; How do they consume music (physically or digitally)? How much are they willing to pay for an album? Other then looking at reports from music service companies such as RIAA www.riaa.com and Nielsen SoundScan www.nielsen.com I wanted to hear directly from the consumers of music. My purpose is to share music consumers responses in order for artists to use the information in their marketing plans. Also to raise awareness of how its important to have marketing plan behind their business as being the artist and the brand.
Gap + Threadless have come together to give you great t-shirt designs, made by artists from all over the world. Grab your tee at www.Gap.com Featured artists: Phil Jones, Jordan L. Bender, Samuel Charrois Animations by: Optimus, Chicago Edited by: Collin James Diederich Music by: robotboot Video by: Threadless
To Get More Fan Building and Music Marketing Secrets Click Here Now: fanformula3-0.com 7 day Workshop Reveals All! Hey! Its Brandon Oris Brown here! If youre a singer, song writer, music artist, or anybody looking to break into the music business, I want you to pay close attention because Im about to expose what the record labels dont want you to know about building a career. Im gonna give you some mind blowing information and really give you a prospective of what record labels dont want you to know. Because its really causing the sells of CDs to really decline and companies like iTunes, Apple are just making massive amount of money and the record labels will suffer from it. So what the record labels have you believe in is that the music industry is dead. People arent really buying anymore; people arent really consuming music anymore. And a lot of people believe that music industry is dead… Music industry is no longer a place for people to make an honest living and to really create their dreams. Now, what you dont know and what you need to know is that this is the most lucrative time in the history of music to be an artist. Its the most lucrative time in the history of MUSIC for you to be an artist! music industry exposed music industry music industry exposed record label the music industry the industry exposed you-tube
lorenweisman.com – artistsguide.net – How to market music – Music Marketing Strategies for indie artists. LW Music Consulting YouTube Video. Just because you tried it and it didnt work, doesnt mean it doesnt work. It could just mean you didnt do it right. The new rules of music marketing strategies and marketing social media for indie artists are still being written. Some are further along than others, but trying a concept out and after a week, if it doesnt work, it is a pretty bad idea to just throw out the baby and the bathwater so to speak. When it comes down to the exacts of how to market music today, the attention to detail has to be considered. I cant even begin to say how many music consultations I have given where I have been told, "oh I worked on trying to push youtube and twitter but they dont work." Really? So for all the success that has been had by so many, all the profits, all the sales and exposure that others have had, they are all wrong huh? You are suddenly the worlds foremost expert on saying it doesnt work, because it didnt work for you? Get with the times. Wind the watch and catch up. As a music consultant, I tell all independent artists, regardless of whether they are working on setting up their own music business, working on getting signed or looking for management or an agent, they all need social media marketing. Period. Regardless of whether they are Independent artists or major label artists, they all need the content, the interaction <b>…<b>
lorenweisman.com – artistsguide.net – Promoting your music – The right way – How do I get my music heard? LW Music Consulting YouTube Video. The music marketing 101 basics: When it comes down to answering the question: How do I get my music heard and promoting your music the right way, when you are handing out, sending out or requesting music industry professionals or fans alike to listen, the answer can be a challenge. Vince Cirino and I talk a little about promoting your music by handing off cds along with the best and worst ways to hand off your materials with Rod Kim shooting the video. Vince has one of the best business cards out there. It is a ticket stub with all his information. It stands out in a professional and yet fun way. Also as someone that got one of his cards, when I brought it home, I immediately knew it was his and made sure to enter his information in to my contact list. It is a mix of the marketing items as music as the way you approach someone in person. be confident, be respectful, be the salesman, but be aware of all the others that are selling the same thing. Hence, music marketing. You have to make sure you are marketing your music by creating an interesting music marketing approach to get those people to listen. A simple hand off and saying "heres my cd" is not the best approach. As a music consultant, I have heard the spectrum of pitches when it comes to an artist soliciting a listen. The most memorable are the artists that make an effort to <b>…<b>
Today Reebok CrossFit, a revolutionary strength and conditioning programme, teamed up with artists 3D Joe and Max to break the Guinness World Record for the largest ever 3D street art. The painting measured an impressive 1160.4m² and was unveiled at Londons West India Quays, Canary Wharf. Here the public were invited to take part in a Reebok CrossFit WOD (workout of the day) on the spectacular artwork.
lorenweisman.com – facebook.com – Musicians and Bands – The Artists Guide: Getting in to the music biz. LW Music Consulting YouTube Video. This is a little video short on The Artist Guide to Success in the Music Business. TheArtists Guide to Success in the Music Business is a detailed analysis of the subjects that all musicians should understand and apply in order to pursue a successful and sustainable career in music. Called one of the best music industry books of today by critics, this music business guide is full of ideas and practical advice. This Music Industry book provides comprehensive detail on how to optimize success and achieve sustainability and self-empowerment in todays music business. From production and performance to marketing and career-building, this music business book instructs artists on how to take the hard-earned lessons of a fellow musician and put them to work in their own careers. Few books currently provide both the spectrum of information needed by someone just starting out in the music industry business as well as a window onto the complex facets of the industry faced by seasoned professionals. My advice is both inside and outside the box. Its not an ego-driven rant, but a delivery system of information and insight gathered throughout my career, which has spanned almost two decades of unprecedented change in the music industry. It is the kind of book that will be found in practice spaces, in instrument cases, in recording studios, and on <b>…<b>
Find us on Facebook :www.facebook.com Joshua Mason (Josh Hutcherson) is a troubled 15-year-old who is abandoned and finds himself in Carmel, California. Being an incredible art prodigy, Joshua gets introduced to the world of art forgery. While there, he meets Amber (Hayden Panettiere) and befriends a retired artist named Annemarie Sterling (Lauren Bacall) who recalls the early days of Carmel artists and their legacy of artistic integrity.
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We believe that in 2012, there should no longer be an issue of cost or lack of technology for artists to be able to create deeper, fuller engagement with their fans, and break down that metaphoric wall that isolates them from their fanbase. In this presentation, we outline the way websites used to work for bands and artists, to how things have changed with social media. We dive into some of our tips from the last 3 year of working with the worlds largest artists and half a billion fan relationships on our platform, that we have seen work well for artists to grow their social media presence, by diving deeply into the concept of Edgerank. Edgerank is the algorithm that determines when and where your posts show up, so knowing how it works is crucial to future success. We also go into the idea of Site-To-Social tools like BandPage Everywhere, which allow you to put custom content on your website while still allowing fans to push that content onto their social streams.
Explore our online Music Business courses at: bit.ly Mike King is a course author, instructor, and the Director of Marketing at Berkleemusic, the online extension school of Berklee College of Music. Prior to working at Berklee, he was the MarketingProduct Manager at Rykodisc, where he oversaw marketing efforts for label artists including Mickey Hart, Jeb Loy Nichols, Morphine, Jess Klein, Voices On The Verge, Bill Hicks, The Slip, Pork Tornado (Phish), Kelly Joe Phelps, and Frank Zappas estate.
www.MyMusicMarketing.net is a website desiged to provide valuable music promotion & music marketing info for every band, artist and music producer. We can help you get many new fans and get some exposure to your music. You can learn more by reading our articles designed to help you with music promotion and music marketing, were determined to provide you with knowledge on how to increase your social pressence. Follow us on Facebook – www.facebook.com Twitter – twitter.com Google+ – plus.google.com
On the 21st episode of This Week in Music, Ian Rogers visits Robb McDaniels, founder and CEO of INgrooves at his offices in San Francisco, CA. The duo talk about INgrooves digital distribution and marketing services for artists, the evolution of INgrooves since its inception in 2001, as well as todays current music streaming services and monetization strategies for them. 0:43 – What is INgrooves? 01:10 – What is the value of INgrooves to artists? 03:32 – Why did INgrooves focus on dance and electronic music when it started out? 06:15 – What is the business model for INgrooves? 08:15 – What services INgrooves offers beyond digital distribution. 17:05 – Why Ian Rogers used INgrooves himself when managing an artist (Get Busy Committee) 18:49 – Various tiers of INgrooves marketing 19:54 – Discussing the two major digital distribution spaces (Buying and locker content vs. renting content) 21:32 – The huge cash flow gap that exists in the music streaming service model 25:50 – Re-capturing the music listening experience from itunes by developing new services on top of streaming services. 28:30 – What music Robb is currently listening to
"When technology is the story and not the artist, then you have a problem." – Billy Corgan Shira Lazar talks with Billy Corgan about the current state of the music business and the impact that social media has on the overall music listening experience. To Billy, it is pivotal for artists to figure out a qualitative experience using technology that will draw the audience into a bigger experience that goes beyond music. He thinks that a visual component is necessary to create a more interactive and engaging experience in todays world. He also discusses having to let go of his original concept of success, being an avid consumer of music, his love for what technology can do for music, how the quality of music should take precedence over social media statistics, how the new money is in marketing and not in selling music, how its important for an artist to create a world that people will be interested in visiting, how its important for fans to show their support for a band through social media, Spotify as a transitional model and how artists have to be more diverse and smarter. Interview from www.youtube.com
In this clip from www.artistshousemusic.org – George Howard of Loyola University, New Orleans and ArtistsHouse continues his Music Business 101 series with an introduction to the all-important art of marketing your music to the people who need to hear it. He discusses the concepts of attraction and retention and how they apply to your music, delves into an exploration of Malcolm Gladwells The Tipping Point and how the concepts explored therein can be reverse-engineered to your advantage, and encourages you to dig into your own values and passions to discover what it is you should be trying to communicate to your growing fan base.
lorenweisman.com – tag2nd.com – Delivering the message through social media promotion of your content. LW Music Consulting YouTube Video. Delivering the Message. Whether you are an independent artist or an independent business owner, it is all about delivering the message about your shop, your product, your music or what ever it is that you are trying to share. The big difference in your success getting that message out with the internet and all the social media sites, comes down to how you deliver the message that you want to today and how to turn that delivery in to new fans, new customers and effective followers. Social media promotion is at the root of the marketing that every one should be doing, but it goes further than that. Like music marketing, you cannot just put up one song, one picture and one blog. Delivering the message in the most effective way requires ongoing, updating and consistent content to build recognition and a larger fan or customer base. A good reputation can come from consistent posts where you share about your business, different elements, ideas and concepts on a regular basis. This ongoing upload of content will not only help get the word out, but it will help get that reputation out and showcase your abilities, your strengths along with your sounds, your services or your products. As a college speaker who is spending a great deal of time with audiences in and now out of just music, I keep yelling that content is king and the organization you <b>…<b>
www.TalentLifeStyle.com When a new freelancer or business person is starting off, I often hear them talk about competitors. The popular belief is that when youre doing a job search or starting a business, you dont want any competitors. In reality, competitors can save you thousands of dollars, months of work, a lots of heartache. By piggypacking on existing competitors success, you can generate leads, get customers and become better and more profitable in a much shorter amount of time. Check out the TalentLifestyle website at www.TalentLifestyle.com to get the free no BS Quickstart Video Course. This course will show you how to start your freelance business and get your first paying client. This guide also applies to artists, photographers, writers, makeup artists, DJs, dancers and other artistic and creative skilled freelancers.
This is the first 30 minutes of my extensive introduction to the business of freelancing. If you want to become a freelance illustrator, concept artist, or graphic designer, this is the lecture for you. Check out the site to learn more: www.theartoffreelancing.com Im Noah Bradley, and you can find my work here www.noahbradley.com
In this clip from www.artistshousemusic.org – Atlanta-based artist manager Delante Murphy sits down with ArtistsHouse Music to talk about life as a manager — what it takes to be a manager, what a good manager should know, and what a manager needs to be prepared to do on behalf of their clients. He also shares some insights about marketing music and creating buzz both online and through traditional channels, and introduces us to one of his new clients, Redd Stylez as well as some of his favorite cigars.
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lorenweisman.com – artistsguide.net – Promoters – Music marketing strategies for the best music promotion. LW Music Consulting YouTube Video. Regardless of whether you are an artist, a musician, a band, a painter, a comedian, an entertainer or any type of business person that is pushing a product or series of products, promoters and promotion are not only your friends, promotion is the oxygen to breathe life in to what ever you are putting out. Then, when you think about it, promoters are your life support. Now, you can be your own life support and run the promotional elements of your career but you have to do it right, effectively and productively. Promotions for the artist of today have changed drastically and while the price tag in some areas has gone down, it is still going to cost you something and it is crucial to connect with a promoter that has a clear pulse of the what is happening today. Not to mention, that they have to know exactly how to do it. Everything, from a song to an album, or a download to an auxiliary promotional item, all need to have the presence, recognition with solid music marketing strategies and push to grab the attention and get the sales. Even if your promotional marketing is pushing a service instead of an item, such as someone coming to see your show, coming to eat at your restaurant or attending any type of event, it still comes down to a sale. The point is, whether you are doing all the promo yourself, hiring a promotion company or <b>…<b>
In this one hour webinar recording, Tanya Lux, Senior Product Marketing Manager from Corel discusses the benefits of using Corel Painter 12 and Wacom tablets. Tanya provides a variety of tips for making the most of the seamless integration between a Wacom tablet and Painter. Plus, she shares some pointers for getting started in Corel Painter 12+.
www.TalentLifeStyle.com When we start our freelance business, the first marketing task on our mind is to put up a website! Hold on a moment, why do you need a website, do you know? Showing off your stuff, talking about how great you are aside, the goal of having a website is to market and get customers right? That being said, the best way to get customers with your website is to build an opt in page where you bribe your visitors with free information in exchange for their CONTACT information. By doing so, you get a LEAD that you can contact and SELL to. Check out the TalentLifestyle website at www.TalentLifestyle.com to get the free no BS Quickstart Video Course. This course will show you how to start your freelance business and get your first paying client. This guide also applies to artists, photographers, writers, makeup artists, DJs, dancers and other artistic and creative skilled freelancers
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