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Calling Galleries Not Your Thing?

Artists are notoriously bad at tooting their own horn. They want the visibility, but hate going after it.

So let us do it for you! 38 more words

Art Promotion

Self-Expression, or Self-Exploitation? Share Your Creativity Online Without Selling Your Soul.

On the Internet, many people seem to take literally the old saying, “sharing is caring”.

The more you share, the more you care.

Online, that can mean essentially anything: from artistic works in progress to prettily filtered selfies to disarmingly candid thoughts and sometimes shockingly personal stories. 606 more words

Art Marketing Done For You!

There are numerous programs for artists on how to do your own marketing.

Let’s face it…most (not all) artists are not particularly adept at business and would rather someone else just do it for them. 192 more words

Art Promotion

An Artist' Guide to Creating an Effective Music Marketing Plan (Part 1 of 3)

Over the years I’ve seen the same problems occur again and again. An artist will call us up looking for help promoting a new album that they’re planning on releasing in a few weeks or less! 1,802 more words

Music Knowledge

Get Paid For Your Best Work: Basic Notes For Avoiding Artistic Poverty

These seven guidelines just might help you (and me) from languishing at a “survival job”. Do whatever it takes to keep your dreams, inspiration and creative energy from fading with time and the ceaseless onslaught of the nine-to-five daily grind. 1,819 more words

Decoding Top Music Charts



From Billboard to DJ Mag and Beatport, booking agents often look to these places to determine who would be a good fit for venues, and of course, who will bring in the most revenue. 576 more words