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Saturday, October 15, 2016

What Email Marketing Can Do For Your Band

No label? No problem.

Trent Reznor and Collective Soul shunned agencies to market themselves. With the right tools, so can you.

The music industry is rapidly changing.

Record sales are down and recording labels have smaller budgets. As a musician, you now have to look at what labels used to do for bands, then figure out how to do it for yourself – cheaper, easier and quicker than ever.

You may never have thought of it before, but email is the best tool for attracting fans, promoting gigs and even selling your merchandise.

“But I’m an Artist, Not a Marketer!”

You’re probably sitting there at your computer thinking that you already write, play, produce and distribute your own music – where could you possibly find the time to find email subscribers? And once you do, how will you be able to interact with those subscribers and build lasting relationships?

We realize that bands are made up of musicians, not marketers, but it’s not as difficult as you think. Email marketing is the best way to get the word out and generate buzz in our post-CD society. In fact, it’s much quicker and less expensive than traditional marketing methods.

What You Will Find In This Guide

•How famous bands like Nine Inch Nails, Coldplay and Radiohead use email marketing
•Strategies for building an email list both online and offline
•Multiple ways to interact with your fans via email
•Social media strategies
•Much, much more!

Ready to Increase Your Band’s Sales and Profits?

Email is a great way to keep listeners up-to-date on your band’s latest news. And if you’re looking to sell more music, email continues to outperform social media and search when it comes to conversions.

To download your free Guide To Email Marketing For Bands click on the below link:

Email Marketing For Bands

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