Molly Moore is a true DIY artist and creative entrepreneur putting in the time to create a name for herself. Her music is incredibly appealing and she has used SoundCloud to connect with, engage with, and grow her audience. In this podcast, she offers a great tip for reaching out to people with one word and also shines some insights on her creative writing process.
Twitter is like an ocean and you are a pebble sinking to the ocean floor. But with the right tools, you can be a skipping stone bouncing over the water gaining more attention with each pass. Here are 11 tools that you won’t hear about from Twitter (that will make you a marketing guru).
How to Use Reddit, or These Two People Talked On The Internet And What Happened Next Will Frikkin Blow Your Mind
Reddit is an extremely powerful sharing tool online that is usually the first step in having your content go viral. In this episode, we speak with Nick Smith, who has seen several of his videos go viral (think 2,000,000 views in a DAY) thanks to his strategies on Reddit.
Your brain is hardwired to create. You couldn’t not do it if you tried. So, when you find yourself in those times of “having to create something,” give yourself permission to take the day off. Give your creative brain time to recharge. Enjoy your day. The creativity will come again. And probably stronger than if you had tried to force it. (A special short Christmas episode with 1 small stocking stuffer)
Periscope is a live-streaming tool for broadcasting to fans. Here are 9 reasons why it is a game-changing tool that needs to be in every artist’s toolbox.
Musicians can improve Twitter with Twitter analytics, building Twitter lists, tagging photos, saving drafts, and hosting a Q&A.