Today, we will talk about how to get people to listen to your music. I know every day is a struggle trying to get people to listen to your music.
It can also be frustrating as a music artist trying to get people to like you and your music. So what are ways you can encourage your potential fans into checking you out?
Maybe this could be a possible Facebook status or a likely email idea to your current fans. Set the stage by telling people the story behind your music.What encourage you or inspired you to write this song.
Is there a story behind it. Let your fans connect with you on an emotional level and bring the value into what you do. When people can relate to you, they will want to listen more and more likely to check out your music.
An online presence is more important than ever before to the artist. Since the majority of your fans will never meet you face-to-face, it is essential to build a good reputation online.Yes, there are a ton of artist out there, so how do you encourage people to become a fan of yours? People like other people, because of how they feel about them. Maybe it is because of your personality that sparks them.
Perhaps it is because you are so passionate about making music. Maybe you inspire those people through your words.
Maybe you are a good storyteller. Perhaps it is your charisma. Knowing YOU can make a big difference in how to get people to like you. What is your best quality about yourself and use that to attract potential fans?
The first thing people will notice is YOU before your music. If they like you, they will be more willing to check out your music.
If people like you already, they are more likely to tell another ten more people about you. If Jill likes your music and says her friend that they should check it out, well then her friend trust Jill enough to go check out your music. If you deliver what was expected, you gain confidence. People come back to people when they know what to expect. So keep giving your fans what they want.
Your potential fans also want to be heard. Connect with them. Read what they have to say. Comment, like and share, and maybe they will return the favor. Wouldn’t you be most likely to check out someone else’s music if they are always connecting with you? You can connect with others through Forums, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, etc.…
The possibilities are endless. If someone comments on your YouTube, blog, music, Facebook, Twitter, etc.… respond. Be sure to create an online home, so people will know where to find you and your music, which is your website. Maybe you will want to put a Facebook comment feed on your website to encourage more connection with your fans. Don’t forget that mailing list either, so you can keep continuing to build a relationship with your fans.
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