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Larry Scullark
Larry Scullark
March 9th 2017

How To Get More Views on YouTube

YouTube can seem like a place where everyone you see is getting thousands or millions of views yet your video is stuck in the hundreds. Don’t worry! Follow our tips below to grow your YouTube channel, get more subscribers and gain more traffic and views. Getting Started Your content must have a purpose. This can be …

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Larry Scullark
Larry Scullark
February 20th 2017

How to Make a Music Website

The artist website is one of the most important elements of your brand! Digital record sales and streams continue to rise, and rest assure your fans are on the internet practically every second, so you should be there too. This article will explain how to create your music website step by step from inception to …

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Larry Scullark
Larry Scullark
February 12th 2017

How to brand your music! What is branding? Indie Musician Tips!

What is a brand? It’s the way your fans and the public perceive you. What people say about you when you leave the room. Logos are not brands, they represent brands. Brand marks also know as logos, names, slogans, they are used to identify goods and services. Branding is not just business. It’s who you …

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Larry Scullark
Larry Scullark
January 31st 2017

Top 3 Products from the 2017 NAMM Show

The NAMM Show is heaven on earth for musicians, and this year we wanted to bring the top products from NAMM to you! In this post, you’ll see 3 Innovadiv products from GIK Acoustics, Studio Linked, and Sparktacular that need to be in your music toolkit. Enough with the intro, let’s get started! 1. GIK …

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Guest Writer
Guest Writer
January 5th 2017

5 Tips to get Your Music Played in the Club

This is by far the easiest of the ways to get your music played. I play more independent artists at the club by far than on radio. 1. Have your music ready Clean and dirty (explicit) versions, on a flash drive and tell the DJ what beats per minute (BPM) your song is. 2. Don’t think your …

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