Being found online isn’t just about putting up a website, throwing content on it, and hoping people will come — It’s so much more than that. It all starts with making sure your website is optimized for search engines (SEO). Through both on-site and off-site strategies we can make sure you’re found on major search engines and that your awesome music is heard by audiences everywhere.
Social media has given musicians and music festivals the opportunity to connect with their audiences and fans in a way that was previously unimaginable. It’s now common to have a personal connection with your fans. Everyday is like a meet and greet! Build a loyal audience who will also act as advocates for your music. Social media marketing for the music industry is an art form, and quite different from other industries.
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Search Engine Optimization (SEO) for music marketing is all about being found online organically. The secret to SEO is to make sure everything about your web presence is unified and sending similar messages to search engines (like Google) in an effort to be found by more people when they are searching online.
You know it – the music industry is an incredibly competitive space. With proper SEO strategies, you will be sure to see higher, more qualified leads coming to your site. Some of the ways we can help you with your SEO initiatives are:
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Did you know that a shocking number of people turn to their connections on social media to promote the music they’re listening to? With apps like Spotify, Shazam, Google Play, and other music streaming services it’s never been easier to share your music through social media.
Social media offers a great opportunity to build a personal relationship with your audience and to find new audiences! You don’t have to do it alone though, let me help you with the following services:
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Make your marketing so useful people would pay for it.
– Jay Baer