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What Millennial Artists Are Doing Wrong

NOT WORKING FOR ANYBODY. You don’t want to climb the corporate ladder. Why work for others when you can work for yourself. That is a very brave and is in fact, very commendable trait of millennials. Why, if everyone only applies this and strives really hard to attain their goals, then the world will be a […]

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12 Networking Hacks for Introvert Artists

1. Be an expert at emphatic listening. Introverts may not talk much but they’re the types of people that are good listeners. Play up with your strengths by developing your listening skills. This should come easy for you. You won’t be an annoying person to be with because you don’t talk much but make sure […]

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Reputation Management for Your Band

Do you ever stop to think about your reputation? When you were  just an “ordinary” citizen (read: when you still have no band), sure, it’s pretty much okay to not give a damn what other people think. But now that you have a band, you should care about your personal reputation as well as the […]

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Reasons Why You’re Not As Successful as You Should Be

YOU’RE NOT NETWORKING. Don’t roll your eyes now. We know you’re an artist and we know you’re not a fake but who says you should kiss ass when you’re networking? Networking simply means making good relationships with people. Although it helps that you hand out really awesome business cards at a party but good networking goes […]

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Four Sneaky Ways to Market Your Music

I know you don’t want to be sneaky but I’m sure you don’t want to be an annoying salesman who pushes people to buy stuff, either. You somehow want to keep your dignity and voice intact. These “sneaky” marketing techniques aren’t actually sleazy, they’re just hacks so you market more without exerting more effort.  That […]